Nursing Studies with Registration - Mental Health nursing

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Nursing Studies with Registration - Mental Health nursing

King's College London
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Nursing degree in the heart of London leading to professional registration as a Mental Health Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Learn to work with people, and their carers, who have both acute and ongoing mental health problems.

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  • Partnerships with world-class teaching hospitals.
  • Links with industry, health services and policy makers.
  • Excellent employability; our graduates are highly sought after nationally and …

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Nursing degree in the heart of London leading to professional registration as a Mental Health Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Learn to work with people, and their carers, who have both acute and ongoing mental health problems.

Watch the video here, or access the 'interactive' tab to view at a larger size and see any alternative films playOverviewVideo('/prospectus/images/home.jpg','http://podcast.ulcc.ac.uk/accounts/kings/KCL_Marketing/Mental_Health_Final.flv','true','details_125'); KEY BENEFITS

  • Partnerships with world-class teaching hospitals.
  • Links with industry, health services and policy makers.
  • Excellent employability; our graduates are highly sought after nationally and internationally.
  • Renowned for the quality of our research work.
  • World-class academics and gifted students from all walks of life.
  • Approachable, available and supportive staff

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONThis innovative nursing programme leads to the award of a BSc in Nursing together with professional registration as a mental health nurse.

You will learn to work with people who have both acute and ongoing mental health problems. You will work with service users and their carers in a variety of settings and specialist areas such as forensic psychiatry, child and adolescent units, drug and alcohol addiction and eating disorders.

You will also explore the role of the nurse in promoting positive images of those with mental health problems and the relationship between primary care and mental health services.

The integration of theory and research-based practice in the classroom and the clinical setting is emphasised throughout the programme.

Half the programme is spent in clinical practice with placements providing opportunities to develop clinical skills.



ABOUT THE Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery
CAREERS As the number one school of nursing and midwifery in London, we enjoy an excellent reputation producing outstanding clinicians and world leaders in specialist areas. Students who qualify from our programmes gain professional registration as a nurse or midwife respectively from the Nursing and Midwifery Council. With excellent employability from our programmes, many of our qualifying nurses gain employment in prominent London NHS Trusts, while others choose to work elsewhere in the UK and abroad. There is a varied choice of career destinations from hospitals to community/primary care, research to teaching, management to media. Whatever the chosen pathway, students will be well prepared to meet the challenges of a modern career in nursing and the complexities of tomorrow's healthcare. Midwives who graduate from King's are actively recruited by both national and international employers. Many are involved in innovative practices and others work as independent midwives. Many return for further graduate study in midwifery or women's health.
TEACHING STYLE A comprehensive range of teaching and learning methods are used, each tailored to the particular area of study being undertaken, with simulation playing an increasingly significant role in clinical education. Formal lectures account for only a small proportion of the curriculum. As a School we aim to acknowledge the individuality of our students. Student-centred learning is pivotal to our philosophy and the teaching methods employed encourage and support self development and awareness through reflection on experience. We utilise practitioners, researchers and lecturers to deliver high quality research-based teaching.
STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES & ASSESSMENT The programmes include an equal balance of theoretical learning and clinical placement with our partner healthcare providers including leading NHS Trusts together with private and voluntary organisations. Programmes are full-time and during clinical practice students work a shift pattern similar to that of the qualified nurse/midwife. A variety of coursework, written and practical exams are used to assess students. Clinical practice is also assessed.
LOCATION The School is located in the heart of London on the Waterloo Campus on the South Bank of the river Thames. Close links are maintained with the major teaching hospitals and NHS Trusts across London as well as private healthcare providers. Nursing and midwifery students have wide-ranging and unique opportunities to gain experience in some of the most prominent hospitals in London, alongside other areas where healthcare is delivered. This affords students the opportunity to rehearse a wide range of skills, while applying their theoretical learning to practice situations, enabling them to progress their knowledge and understanding of the discipline. For more information about our partners please visit http://www.kcl.ac.uk/nursing/partners
SPECIAL NOTES Nurses and midwives are involved in caring for vulnerable members of society and there is a necessity for all nursing and midwifery students to have enhanced Criminal Records Bureau disclosures. Prior to commencing the programme you must also have occupational health clearance. Students are not required to pay tuition fees for programmes leading to registration as a nurse or midwife.

ABOUT THE Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery
CAREERS As the number one school of nursing and midwifery in London, we enjoy an excellent reputation producing outstanding clinicians and world leaders in specialist areas. Students who qualify from our programmes gain professional registration as a nurse or midwife respectively from the Nursing and Midwifery Council. With excellent employability from our programmes, many of our qualifying nurses gain employment in prominent London NHS Trusts, while others choose to work elsewhere in the UK and abroad. There is a varied choice of career destinations from hospitals to community/primary care, research to teaching, management to media. Whatever the chosen pathway, students will be well prepared to meet the challenges of a modern career in nursing and the complexities of tomorrow's healthcare. Midwives who graduate from King's are actively recruited by both national and international employers. Many are involved in innovative practices and others work as independent midwives. Many return for further graduate study in midwifery or women's health.
TEACHING STYLE A comprehensive range of teaching and learning methods are used, each tailored to the particular area of study being undertaken, with simulation playing an increasingly significant role in clinical education. Formal lectures account for only a small proportion of the curriculum. As a School we aim to acknowledge the individuality of our students. Student-centred learning is pivotal to our philosophy and the teaching methods employed encourage and support self development and awareness through reflection on experience. We utilise practitioners, researchers and lecturers to deliver high quality research-based teaching.
STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES & ASSESSMENT The programmes include an equal balance of theoretical learning and clinical placement with our partner healthcare providers including leading NHS Trusts together with private and voluntary organisations. Programmes are full-time and during clinical practice students work a shift pattern similar to that of the qualified nurse/midwife. A variety of coursework, written and practical exams are used to assess students. Clinical practice is also assessed.
LOCATION The School is located in the heart of London on the Waterloo Campus on the South Bank of the river Thames. Close links are maintained with the major teaching hospitals and NHS Trusts across London as well as private healthcare providers. Nursing and midwifery students have wide-ranging and unique opportunities to gain experience in some of the most prominent hospitals in London, alongside other areas where healthcare is delivered. This affords students the opportunity to rehearse a wide range of skills, while applying their theoretical learning to practice situations, enabling them to progress their knowledge and understanding of the discipline. For more information about our partners please visit http://www.kcl.ac.uk/nursing/partners
SPECIAL NOTES Nurses and midwives are involved in caring for vulnerable members of society and there is a necessity for all nursing and midwifery students to have enhanced Criminal Records Bureau disclosures. Prior to commencing the programme you must also have occupational health clearance. Students are not required to pay tuition fees for programmes leading to registration as a nurse or midwife.
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