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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) IN PSYCHIATRIC NURSING - Ireland Premium

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) IN PSYCHIATRIC NURSING Why Study Psychiatric Nursing? Psychiatricnursing involves caring for people with mental illness, of all ages andfrom a wide variety of backgrounds. Care is delivered in a range ofsettings such as hospitals, hostels, day centres, community and theservice user’s home. The primary objective of psychiatric nursing is topromote positive attitudes to mental health and to help people achieveoptimal health. The programme is delivered in a varied and diverse wayand students are encouraged to develop effective interpersonal skills sothat they may work effectively with individuals with mental healthproblems.The programme involves the study oftheoretical and practice-based subjects related to psychiatric nursing.Students will be exposed to classroom teaching and taught practiceplacements in a variety of home, residential and community settingsthroughout the Mayo/Roscommon region. Opportunities may also exist forstudents to avail of placem ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) IN PSYCHIATRIC NURSING

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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing – Add on (Level 8) - Ireland Premium

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing – Add on (Level 8) COURSE OVERVIEWThisprogramme will commence in September 2012 and be delivered on apart-time basis for one academic year (one day per week). This honoursdegree is generic in design and assists in providing the necessaryacademic and professional competencies to practise nursing in a modernhealth-care environment.COURSE CONTENTMandatory programme modules include:Contemporary Issues in NursingResearch Skills in Nursing PracticeApplied Physiology & PharmacologyApplied Social ScienceIn addition students are required to choose four elective modules. These modules are offered subject to sufficient demand.For course queries please contact:Ann MaherTel: 094-9043254 Email: ann.maher@gmit.ie ENTRY REQUIREMENTSApplicantsare required to hold a National Diploma/Degree in Nursing at Level 7 ofthe National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) and are also required tobe registered as a nurse with An Bord Altranais. All applicants will ber ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing – Add on (Level 8)

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) IN GENERAL NURSING - Ireland Premium

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) IN GENERAL NURSING Why Study General Nursing? Generalnursing involves caring for people of all ages both in hospital andcommunity settings. It incorporates theory, practice and a combinationof theory and practice modules related to nursing. The programmecombines classroom teaching and practical nursing placements in avariety of clinical and non-clinical settings throughout theMayo/Roscommon/Galway region. On occasion, students may be on placementoutside of these areas.Students will undertake a36-week paid internship in their final year of study, during which theywill gain clinical experience as well as making a significantcontribution to service. Weekly protected reflective time for studentsis a built-in component of this experience. Graduates are entitled toentry to the Professional Register of General Nurses maintained by AnBord Altranais.Programme ModulesBiological and Related SciencesSocial SciencesFundamental Nursing PracticePersonal and Professional ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) IN GENERAL NURSING

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Nursing - Orthopaedic Nursing - Ireland Premium

<p>The philosophy underpinning the PGDip Orthopaedic Nursing is valuing the concept of the specialist role of the orthopaedic nurse as persons&nbsp; experience musculoskeletal&nbsp; disorders.&nbsp; The course seeks to validate this through the development of expert orthopaedic nursing to meet the complex needs of adults in a variety of care settings. This programme is a Postgraduate Diploma, 30 credits of a level nine prgramme of the National Framework of Qualifications (National Qualifications Authority of Ireland (NQAI), 2003).</p> ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Nursing - Orthopaedic Nursing

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Nursing - Medical Surgical Nursing - Ireland Premium

<p>The MSc in Nursing comprising of 10 clinical pathways is available as a part-time programme completed over <span>two </span>years from the date of first registration for the programme (ie 60 credits in Year 1 and 30 credits in Year 2).</p><p>&nbsp;Students who&nbsp;apply for the MSc in Nursing may opt to exit the programme at the end of the first year with a <strong>Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing award</strong> upon successful completion of modules to the value of 60 credits (applicable to all pathways - see below).&nbsp;</p><p>A student who subsequently wishes to continue progression for the degree of Master must complete the programme <span>within 5 academic years</span> from the date of successful completion of the Postgraduate Diploma Examinations, subject to the programme being available.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;<span>Also, students who have successfully completed all modules to t ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Nursing - Medical Surgical Nursing

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Nursing - Public Health Nursing - Ireland Premium

<p>This level nine programme aims to develop informed and skilled public health nurses. On successful completion of the programme, participants can apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland for registration as a Public Health Nurse (RPHN).</p><p><span>Application Process: Please visit </span>www.pac.ie<span> to apply. Closing date for receipt of application form&nbsp;is no later than 5pm, Friday the 8</span>th<span> of April.</span></p><p>&nbsp;</p> ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Nursing - Public Health Nursing

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Bachelor of Nursing Science - Intellectual Disability (ID) - Ireland Pro Plus

Programme Overview The Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNSc) – Intellectual Disability, is a four year degree pre-registration programme.  On completion of the programme graduates will be eligible to register as an Intellectual Disability Nurse with An Bord Altranais having obtained an honours degree awarded by NUI Galway.  The programme is offered in conjunction with Cregg House and other Health Service Executive organisations and groups in the Western region.  The overall aim of this programme is to enable students to become nurses who are knowledgeable, insightful, questioning, skilled and caring. What is Intellectual Disability Nursing? Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability (RNID) develop the ordinary life skills we all take for granted so that persons with an intellectual disability can live their lives as fully and independently as possible. RNIDs work in children’s services, adult services, services for the elderly and in respite servi ... (Training Available by St. Angela's College) Bachelor of Nursing Science - Intellectual Disability (ID)

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Nursing - Medical Surgical Nursing - Ireland Pro Plus

The MSc in Nursing comprising of 10 clinical pathways is available as a part-time programme completed over two years from the date of first registration for the programme (ie 60 credits in Year 1 and 30 credits in Year 2).Students who apply for the MSc in Nursing may opt to exit the programme at the end of the first year with a Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing award upon successful completion of modules to the value of 60 credits (applicable to all pathways - see below). A student who subsequently wishes to continue progression for the degree of Master must complete the programme within 5 academic years from the date of successful completion of the Postgraduate Diploma Examinations, subject to the programme being available. Also, students who have successfully completed all modules to the value of 30 credits in the PG Certificate in Nursing programme may apply to transfer into a relevant pathway of the MSc in Nursing programme with the option of exiting with a Postgraduat ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Nursing - Medical Surgical Nursing

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Nursing - Public Health Nursing - Ireland Pro Plus

This level nine programme aims to develop informed and skilled public health nurses. On successful completion of the programme, participants can apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland for registration as a Public Health Nurse (RPHN). Application Process: Please visit www.pac.ie to apply. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Nursing - Public Health Nursing

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Nursing - Practice Nursing - Ireland Pro Plus

The Postgraduate Diploma in Practice Nursing will be delivered in blended learning format over two academic years. The aim of this programme is to challenge nurses to think critically and creatively about practice nursing and to enable students to develop their knowledge and skills in order to keep pace with developments in the field of primary care. On completion of this programme students will be equipped with the necessary theory, practical and policy knowledge required for the professional development of the practice nurse in primary care. This Postgraduate Diploma in Practice Nursing offers healthcare professionals a flexible option to study while they continue to work and validate their professional experience. Students who enrol in the Postgraduate Diploma in Practice Nursing will do so for their career progression, research capacity building, higher specialist training, and general interest in practice nursing. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Nursing - Practice Nursing

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Additional Nursing Courses & Classes in Ireland

Bachelor of Nursing Science - General - Ireland Pro Plus

Programme Overview The Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNSc) – General, is a four year degree pre-registration programme.  On completion of the programme graduates will be eligible to register as a General Nurse with An Bord Altranais having obtained an honours degree awarded by NUI Galway. The programme is offered in conjunction with SligoGeneral Hospital and other Health Service Executive organisations and groups in the Western region.  The overall aim of this programme is to enable students to become nurses who are knowledgeable, insightful, questioning, skilled and caring. What is General Nursing? General Nurses care for persons of all ages, in hospitals, GP practices and in the communities where they live.  They work as part of a team of health care professionals (Doctor; Physiotherapist; Occupational therapists etc.) who look after a person’s physical; psychological; spiritual and social wellbeing.  They care for persons with various typ ... (Training Available by St. Angela's College) Bachelor of Nursing Science - General

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Nursing Studies - Ireland Pro

The Nursing Studies course introduces students to the theory and practice of nursing science and serves as a foundation for those who wish to pursue a career in the nursing profession.  The Higher Education Links Scheme enables students to progress to degree courses in the IT colleges or universities. ... (Training Available by Irish Training Institute) Nursing Studies

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pre-nursing studies - Ireland

Level 5 NQAI QualificationsFramework FETAC Code: DCHSNCourse:Pre-Nursing StudiesThis one year full-time course isdesigned to enhance the candidates awareness andunderstanding of the role and the responsibilities of theprofessional nurse. It is also a foundation course for thosewho wish to pursue a nursing career. Course DescriptionThis course introduces students to thetheories and practices of nursing. The course providesstudents with a working knowledge of hospitals and nursinghomes. It also helps candidates gain an understanding of thefundamentals of caring. Candidates gain first hand experienceby attending work placements for one day each week. Course ContentIntroduction to NursingAnatomy & PhysiologyHuman Growth and DevelopmentHealth and Safety in the WorkplaceSocial StudiesOccupational First-AidBiologyCommunicationsWork PlacementInformation technologyBusiness CalculationsNutrition CertificationFETAC Level 5 Nursing Studies AwardCertificate in Patient Lifting andManual Handlin ... (Training Available by Inchicore College of Further Education) pre-nursing studies

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Health Science (Pre-nursing) - Ireland

CERTIFICATIONFull FETAC award DCHSX (Level 5)Duration1 YearENTRY REQUIREMENTSLeaving Certificate (including LCA) and interview. Mature students are particularly welcome. Two written references areto be presented at interview.CAREER OPPORTUNITIESThis course will also serve as an excellent foundation in the core subjects for mature students who wish to pursue careersor further study in the Health or Social Care professions.COLLEGE LINKSIn addition to the specific DCU nursing route outlined above, graduates of this course may use the FETAC links scheme to progress to a wide variety of courses offered by the Universities and Institutes of Technology. Please refer to theFETAC links section on our website www.colaistedhulaigh.ie ... (Training Available by Colaiste Dhulaigh (CDVEC)) Health Science (Pre-nursing)

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Pre Nursing Certificate Full time - Ireland

Pre Nursing Certificate Full time The Pre Nursing course is designed as programme of preparatory study to enter a degree programme in Nursing Studies. Students undertaking this course can also apply for training positions in General Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing, Intellectual Disability Nursing and Childrens Nursing. Nurses look after people who are unwell or who, for some other reason, need special care. They provide care and advice for patients, and they work in a variety of settings. The Pre Nursing course introduces students to the caring role of the nurse and emphasises the importance of interpersonal communication. It equips them with the skills and knowledge to care for patients in a safe and hygienic environment. Students will learn the basic principles of infection control and are taught to apply standard precautions in relation to infection control. They will learn the structure and function of the human body and gain an understanding of the interrelationship between the sy ... (Training Available by Portobello Institute) Pre Nursing Certificate Full time

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DC215 - B.Sc. in Nursing (General) (Bachelor Honours Degree) - Ireland

Understanding the Course:Nursing - helping individuals and communities to enjoy the best health possible.A nurse has two very important roles in the community:to help individuals/communities achieve, maintain or regain the best possible health.to provide comfort, support and dignity in times of illness or death.It is a profession that calls for intelligence and empathy. This degree will help you understand the needs of people who are in the care of nurses. It will also give you a sense of 'how nursing works', as well as the personal and professional qualities that are associated with effective nursing practice. You will learn why people are nursed in particular ways and how to deliver the nursing care that is required.Your academic learning and practical learning will go hand in hand and you will be encouraged to reflect on your experiences as you progress through the course.About You:If you are a caring individual who feels that you can contribute to the well being of others with inte ... (Training Available by School of Nursing - DCU) DC215 - B.Sc. in Nursing (General) (Bachelor Honours Degree)

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Higher Diploma in Children's Nursing - Ireland

Understanding the Course:Providing qualified nurses with the skills to enable them to meet the changing healthcare needs of children and familiesThe Higher Diploma in Children's Nursing is a one year full-time course designed to meet the needs of registered nurses who wish to register as a Children's Nurse (RCN) or for those who are currently involved in the provision of care to children who do not have a children's nursing qualification The aim of the course is to ensure that the students are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to practice as a competent and professional registered children's nurse.It is delivered at level 8 (NQAI, 2005)The course is designed to enhance knowledge and skills that have been developed during pre-registration and post-registration nurse education and through experience as a qualified practitioner. Students will be encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning and to integrate the theory of children's nursing with practical experien ... (Training Available by School of Nursing - DCU) Higher Diploma in Children's Nursing

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Refining adult nursing practice (KYN292) - Ireland

This course is the final practice-based module in the Adult Branch of the Pre-registration Nursing Programme and leads to the Diploma of Higher Education in Adult Nursing. You will re-examine and further develop professional knowledge gained from previous courses. Students work in an extended period of supernumerary practice to develop their practice of all aspects of the NMC Domains, including care delivery. The course provides learning resources that focus on the health illness continuum and dependency levels, as well as different venues for health care delivery. Emphasis is placed on the delivery of sensitive high-quality care in settings where increasingly complex skills are required. ... (Training Available by Open University in Ireland) Refining adult nursing practice (KYN292)

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Developing adult nursing practice (KYN291) - Ireland

This course is the first practice-based module in the Adult Branch of the Pre-registration Nursing Programme and leads to the Diploma of Higher Education in Adult Nursing. It enables you to develop your performance in practice, theorise practice and develop nursing skills. It also builds upon and develops skills of learning, including information literacy and ICT skills. It begins with perspectives on health and public health, moving towards studying increasing levels of illness and dependency. It is studied alongside Reflecting on whole lives - diverse perspectives on health and illness (KYN275) which develops the theoretical debate that underpins this nursing practice course. ... (Training Available by Open University in Ireland) Developing adult nursing practice (KYN291)

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Nursing Studies - Ireland

Nursing StudiesAimThis FETAC Level 5 Certificate course is aimed at students who wish to progress to Third Level Nursing Degree programmes in Ireland and further afield, especially England, Scotland and Nothern Ireland. There is a strong emphasis on Nursing theory and Practice. Personal development and practical skills are also key elements. Due to the competitive nature of entry into nursing and the limit of places available to FETAC graduates, students are also prepared for further study or immediate employment in the wider caring professions. For further information on how FETAC can act as an entry route into a Nursing Degree programme, please visit www.nursingcareers.ie. Students attend block placement of 3 weeks during the course of the academic year in hospitals, nursing homes and day care centres.Duration1 yearExamining BodiesFurther Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC)AwardsFETAC Level 5 Certificate in Nursing Studies DCHSNEntry RequirementsLeaving Certificate Standar ... (Training Available by Cork College of Commerce) Nursing Studies

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