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Two years nursing course

Postgraduate - Adult Nursing with Placement

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MScAdult Nursing (Pre-registration)

January / September 2020

As an adult nurse, your patients might have long-term illnesses or minor health issues, and they could be at any stage in their adult life. On this two-year accelerated course, you’ll learn how to assess your patient’s needs and provide sensitive support, and how to collaborate with colleagues across a range of professions (including doctors, physiotherapists and dieticians).

In addition to time spent in practice on placement, you’ll have a mix of simulated and technology-enhanced learning, university attendance in shared groups, field-specific groups, or interdisciplinary learning. Working in small groups in our Clinical Simulation Suite, you’ll learn many skills to support the development of your practice. It’s here that you’ll work on simulations of a patient’s journey from admission to discharge.


2 Years Adult Nursing

January / September 2020

Students from all disciplines have the opportunity to undertake a two years Master program in Adult nursing and this program would prepare them towards attaining evidence 2,300 hours of theoretical learning and 2,300 practice learning (4,600 hours in total) in order to be eligible to apply for registration as a Registered Nurse.

  • >> You will work with staff and clinical partners as co-producers in your learning experience.
  • >> A wealth of facilities at university are available to you.
  • >> You will experience state-of-the-art-clinical and immersive simulation suites.

At the University of Salford, students are given a well relaxed and friendly environment, with access to facilities, support and opportunities that will enable you to succeed.


MSc Nursing (Adult) 2yrs

September 2020

Once you have completed the programme and registered with the NMC, most people get some experience as a staff nurse, usually within community or in-patient organisations operating within the NHS, voluntary and independent sectors of health. The opportunities are endless but some ‘typical’ career options are presented below. Some people are keen to remain working directly with service users in clinical areas and seek promotion to senior staff nurse or ward sister / manager roles where their expertise is used to lead care given by a team of nurses. Some adult nurses develop particular clinical skills and knowledge that will allow them to become specialist nurses in a given area of care (e.g. district nurse, clinical nurse specialist or nurse consultant).