You are taught through a blended learning approach, with a combination of on-line activities including lectures and seminars, and face to face practical clinical skills workshops. Interactive workshops take a variety of formats and are intended to enable the application of learning through discussion and small group activities. Seminars enable the discussion and development of understanding of topics covered in lectures, and clinical workshops are focused on developing subject specific skills and applied individual and group project work.
Learning in practice provides General Practice Nurses with opportunity to practise and develop their skills under the clinical supervision of a General Practice Nurse and other healthcare professionals, a minimum of 72 hours of supervised practice is expected.
Your progression in the practice setting will be facilitated by your clinical supervisor, the established GP Nurse mentor team and by the University of Worcester Practice Liaison Team and further details can be accessed via the GP nurse mentors video.
Academic liaison librarians for Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Care are available to help you to use information effectively and confidently throughout your course and beyond. You can book an individual appointment via the Library services page. You can also email email@example.com or message the library team through the chat function.
Our Study Happy programme, meanwhile, is designed to help you to study healthier, happier and smarter and includes a year-round programme of events and advice.
In addition, meetings with personal academic tutors are scheduled on at least two occasions throughout the course.