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Our courses in adult and children’s nursing, mental health nursing and midwifery will give you a professional edge in the healthcare sector.
Fuel your passion for healthcare with a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and leave with a professional qualification. You'll be supported in our clinical skills labs and simulation suite with the best possible learning facilities, in our dedicated learning spaces in Stoke-on-Trent and Stafford.
You'll be supported all the way through your course by personal tutors, field/course leads for your chosen subject area and mentors in clinical practice, along with student guidance advisors and study skills support. Peer mentoring from fellow students is also available.
You'll gain experience in a variety of settings including hospital and community, within our partner trusts and independent providers.
Nursing and Paramedic students get a unique chance to collaborate as the Ashley 2 Clinical Skills Lab becomes A&E for a day.
Sunday 01 November 2020
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These state-of-the-art labs allow a number of clinical procedures to be simulated on mannequins, enabling students to reach a level of confidence and proficiency before carrying out procedures on real patients.
Our labs provide the environment for you to learn fundamental skills associated with emergency pre-hospital care. This includes: advanced patient assessment techniques, airway management, obtaining intramuscular, intravenous and intraosseous access, advanced life-support skills.
You'll experience a range of real-life activities such as life support, venepuncture, birth management, obstetric emergencies, cannulation and drug administration.
Whichever health course you choose to study at Staffordshire University, you will have the opportunity to work in a great range of diverse clinical practice learning placements, where you’ll gain experience and connections to give you an edge in your future career.
Whatever your specialism, you'll get to practice in a caring, compassionate and competent manner and you'll enter the job market with a clear edge over the competition.
Highly-skilled and experienced mentors will play a pivotal role in supporting you in practice, as well as guiding you through assessment. They'll plan and co-ordinate your learning experience, balancing the amount of direct supervision you require against independent learning. Wherever you live we'll advise and support you in your travel arrangements.
Our students fully engage in diverse and dynamic placement environments which enable them to be totally equipped to work in any healthcare environment.
Our NHS settings include:
University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM)
Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals NHS Trust
South Staffordshire and Shropshire Mental Health Foundation NHS Trust
Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust
Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Leighton Hospital
Discover how a Nursing degree can connect you to a rewarding career in healthcare.
95% of our graduates enter into degree-related employment within 6 months of finishing their course.
UK trained nurses can work all over the world and their skills are always in demand. You'll be able to choose from a variety of organisational settings from giving care in large hospitals to people's own homes.
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My elective placement was a fantastic opportunity and I’m honoured to be able to share my experience. The enthusiasm, support and encouragement from the staff at Staffordshire University was extremely positive.
I have been lucky enough to work with the community midwives, on the birthing unit, on delivery suite, also on maternity and medical wards. The variety of placements have given me a range of skills and knowledge which have helped me develop as a midwife.
It's been nice to have a range of placements. We go to Telford, Shrewsbury and Stoke so we get to see different Trusts and how they work.
Everybody that I know within my cohort has received not only one job offer, but a few of them have received several job offers – and it's all thanks to the training we've received and the variety of placements that we've had. It's opened your eyes to areas that you didn't think you'd experience or that you'd be interested in.
Karen's interests are in student placement learning, orthopaedic nursing and the student experience. She completed her Masters' degree dissertation on student nurses with dyslexia in clinical practice. Karen is Practice Learning Allocation Lead …
Helen is a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council Register and a Senior HEA Fellow. She teaches on modules including Clinical Skills, Competent Adult Nurse and Professional Values, Attitudes and Behaviour.
I have worked in the clinical nursing and midwifery field since 1980 and currently maintain a small clinical practice within the contraception and sexual health arena.
Maxine is a registered mental health nurse and has worked in a variety of settings since 1999. Her research interests include therapeutic alliances, the diagnosis and label of psychosis and the subject of personality disorder.
Rachel’s midwifery studies took her to Tanzania where she delivered care at Amana Hospital, which sees on average a challenging 80-100 births each day.
Ill health in childhood sparked an interest in nursing for graduate Amy, who is now an award winning nurse specialising in infection prevention and control.
After gaining her PhD, Marie is now a Consultant Midwife, leading the development of educational resources, and training, in evidence-based care across the UK.
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