Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting) - BSc (Hons) part-time

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The Specialist Community Public Health Nursing course is designed to prepare practitioners for the role of health visitor through meeting the professional standards laid down by the NMC for registration on part 3 of the professional register. It is of interest to you if you are a nurse or midwife and wish to further develop your career through working with clients and communities to improve health.

Why choose to study this course at Bolton? The University is one of the best places in the country to study health courses. Health visiting has been within the educational portfolio of the University of Bolton for many decades. The University is currently in the process of seeking accreditation of…

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The Specialist Community Public Health Nursing course is designed to prepare practitioners for the role of health visitor through meeting the professional standards laid down by the NMC for registration on part 3 of the professional register. It is of interest to you if you are a nurse or midwife and wish to further develop your career through working with clients and communities to improve health.

Why choose to study this course at Bolton? The University is one of the best places in the country to study health courses. Health visiting has been within the educational portfolio of the University of Bolton for many decades. The University is currently in the process of seeking accreditation of the UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative standards to the programme.

The University has a long-standing and excellent reputation for producing effective and innovative health visitors and offering quality, supportive learning opportunities in partnership with primary health care trusts.

Quality assurance processes within the University and through external professional bodies, ensure that courses continue to a high standard and are directly relevant to professional practice.
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