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About Emergency Nursing
Masters degrees in Emergency Nursing equip postgraduates with the skills to assess, manage, treat and monitor the provision of care to patients in medical emergencies. Emergency nurses are often the first point of contact for anyone admitted to the emergency department of a hospital.
Related subjects include Emergency Care, Critical Care and Ambulatory Care. Entry requirements typically include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Nursing or Medicine, and some courses ask that you already have some professional nursing experience.
Emergency nurses primarily offer treatment to people who require prompt medical attention to avoid long-term disability or death. This means you will be trained to handle a large variety of emergency situations, within a fast-paced working environment.
You’ll be equipped to deal with emergencies including heart attacks and strokes, gunshot wounds and car accidents, as well as acute alcohol / drug intoxication, and psychiatric and behavioural problems. Training usually includes a placement within an emergency department or critical care setting.
Emergency nurses are often employed by hospital emergency departments, but may also find work aboard medical transport such as helicopters and ambulances and in other urgent care areas.
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The Postgraduate Certificate in Emergency Nursing Practice enables UK registered healthcare professionals to achieve professional development and gain experience in this specialist area. Read more
The aim of these courses is to facilitate registered nurses currently practising in specialist areas to develop further their knowledge and skills, enabling the delivery of evidence-based specialist nursing care. Read more
This course is ideal if you’re a healthcare practitioner seeking to advance your practice and enhance your knowledge of evidence-based research. Read more
This P.Grad.Cert. in Specialist Practice programme has been developed, in partnership with associated health service providers, to meet the demands and challenges within the health care system and specifically within specialist care. Read more
The Ultrasound in Emergency and Critical Care PG Cert will appeal to a wide range of healthcare professionals who wish to develop focused ultrasound skills as an extension of their clinical practice. Read more
Do you want to become a paramedic? If you have a health related undergraduate degree, this exciting course will enable you to become an autonomous practitioner with the knowledge, skills and clinical expertise to deliver safe, effective and appropriate treatment to patients. Read more
The Postgraduate Certificate in Acute and Critical Care addresses the complex care required by critically ill patients. Patients can become acutely or critically ill at any time and the more ill the patient becomes, the more likely they are to be vulnerable, physiologically unstable and require complex care. Read more
The Master of Clinical Practice programme incorporates the Postgraduate Diploma Clinical Practice (Advanced Critical Care Practice) and Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Clinical Skills, and is only available to Trust employees appointed into the role of Advanced Critical Care Practitioner. Read more
If you're a graduate healthcare practitioner aiming to become a competent and confident critical care nurse, our course will prepare you for delivering quality, safe care in a demanding environment. Read more
This part-time, work-based learning MSc in Advanced Specialist Blood Transfusion Practice is ideal for Healthcare Practitioners working in the field of Transfusion Practice who want to consolidate their skills and develop to an advanced level. Read more
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