glasgow caledonian university nursing
The Department of Nursing and Community Health is one of the largest providers of Pre-Registration Nursing Education in Scotland and brings together academic and clinical staff who have the expertise and passion to deliver education that is energised, engaged, informed by contemporary evidence and co-created.
I have worked with people with learning disabilities for a number of years, and really enjoy it. I was looking for a course which would give me broader scope to improve people’s lives. My degree will allow me to work with children or adults with learning disabilities, to ensure that they are able to live fulfilling, healthy lives, as independently as possible.
We offer a range of programmes at undergraduate, post-registration and postgraduate levels and also Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses. Our undergraduate programmes lead to registration with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) or Health & Care Professional Council (HCPC). Our postgraduate and CPD programmes are geared to the needs of qualified health professionals.
Our innovative teaching methods assist and contextualise learning through problem-solving activities with case studies, learning through simulated practice, blended learning, peer support, practice placements and input from expert practitioners from a variety of fields of contemporary nursing, healthcare and health promotion practice.
Our programmes are designed to produce proactive graduates who can respond flexibly to different health problems and changing health needs through curricula that are linked to current national and international policies and strategies designed to improve the health of the population.