Nursing

We recognise that Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is fundamental in the development of your career.

In addition to being a requirement set by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, we understand that the setting in which you practice is constantly changing, and you are increasingly expected to develop new skills and knowledge that will further enhance the quality of patient care.

We offer a comprehensive portfolio of short course modules to assist health care professionals using a blend of teaching methods, from study days on campus to online distance learning.

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  1. Professional Knowledge for Nurse Led Practice

    This course will prepare practitioners to explore their specialist zone of professional practice.

  2. Renal Nursing Theory

    The aim of this course is to develop your knowledge and understanding of renal nursing.

  3. Return to Nursing Practice

    This part-time short course allows you to re-join the Nursing and Midwifery register and return to your field of practice in a safe and confident manner.

  4. Solution Focused Interactions

    This course will enable participants to develop their awareness of Solution Focused Interactions and to facilitate the acquisition of core skills involved in this approach.

  5. Supporting Professional Development

    This course provides practice educators with the knowledge and understanding to lead and support teaching, learning and assessment.

  6. Unplanned Care of Acutely Ill/Injured Children and Young People

    This course will develop your core competence in the care of acutely ill or injured children and young people.

  7. Work Based Learning

    This work based learning module offers you a tailor-made professional development opportunity to demonstrate and enhance competence to practice in your specialist environment.

  8. Wound Care

    The aim of this course is to develop the skills of nurses working in hospitals and the community.

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  1. Introduction to Nursing CPD - Rachel Unwin

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    Adult Nursing Lecturer Rachel Unwin explains the options for Continuing Professional Development in nursing at RGU.