Nursing: Adult Nursing (3 Years) [BNurs] - Overview
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Adult Nursing (BNurs)
This course provides students with the opportunity to develop the necessary knowledge, attitudes and skills to become visionary thinkers, with the potential to lead future developments in nursing research, education, policy and practice at local, national and international levels.
You will study the theoretical basis of nursing practice and a range of theories of human functioning drawn from behavioural, social and biological sciences.
Emphasis is placed on the importance of competence in clinical nursing practice combined with in-depth knowledge and evidence-based decision making skills.
Get an overview of the benefits of undergraduate study at The University of Manchester.
- Download or order: Undergraduate Prospectus 2015 entry
- As this course is funded directly by the UK NHS, places are only available to students who qualify for 'home student' status.