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Graduate Diploma in Emergency Nursing

Course Description

The Graduate Diploma in Emergency Nursing is aimed at advancing the range, breadth and depth of professional knowledge and skills in the care of persons presenting with acute illness or injury to an emergency department. It is aimed at qualified nurses who are currently employed in an emergency department and who have a minimum of six months’ of emergency nursing practice and one year’s acute medical/surgical ward experience. Particular emphasis is placed on recent national and international research findings and evidence-based guidelines aimed at ensuring optimal outcomes for ED patients. For more see www.ucd.ie/nmhs

Entry Requirements

Hold a primary degree in Nursing or equivalent. Be registered on the appropriate division of An Bord Altranais’ Nurses Register. Have at least six month’s experience in emergency nursing and one year’s acute medical /surgical ward experience. Be employed in an ED prior to commencing and for the duration of the course

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