Applied Anaesthetic Care


Are you a Registered Nurse looking to expand your scope of practice? Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to gain competence in delivering anaesthetic care. Working as part of the anaesthetic team, you will gain experience in the pharmacology of anaesthesia, contemporary equipment and medicine in use today, and the clinical skills you need to drive your career as a registered practitioner in the right direction.

During this module you will face practice-based challenges, building on your existing skills in respiratory and ventilatory support, haemodynamic monitoring, and blood gas analysis. You will gain experience in specialist techniques for ENT, obstetric and paediatric anaesthesia for use in the operating theatre.

Academic credits
Delivery method
On campus
This module will be delivered at University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust, Stoke
Off campus
Start date

January  2024 - Date TBC or

April 2024 - Date TBC

Health, Science and Wellbeing

Entry requirements

Applicants must have registered status (NMC) and must be employed in the operating department. Consideration may be given to registered nurses from other practice areas but they must be able to access supervised practice in the operating department in line with course requirements




Rebecca Wright

Senior Lecturer

I am the lead for direct entry BSc (Hons) in Operating Department Practice I contribute to both the teaching and planning for both direct entry and apprenticeship students.

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How to apply

Please apply direct to Sue Parker (UHNM)

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