The School of Nursing has a mission to provide a rich, stimulating and supportive environment for students and staff, enabling them to develop their full potential by providing excellent higher education, innovative solutions and real-world research to stimulate health and wellbeing within communities and advance nursing excellence at every level.
We “…desire to provide tomorrow’s nurses with the very best opportunities to offer the very best care.” ( Willis, 2012:5)
The School of Nursing offers courses in: Adult Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Mental Health Practice, and Children's Nursing which are approved and monitored by nationally recognised professional statutory regulatory bodies. All of our pre-registration programmes, at both BSc and MSc level, include the academic and clinical education required to become a registered nurse and obtain professional registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) on graduation.
We offer a range of taught undergraduate and postgraduate modular-based courses and research degrees within a stimulating and contemporary environment, utilising modern study environments and the latest IT and clinical skills facilities.
We have service level agreements with a range of service provider organisations across the North West of England. The School works collaboratively with local FE colleges, statutory and independent healthcare providers, voluntary sector and charitable organisations.
Pre-registration programmes, at both BSc and MSc level, include the academic and clinical education required to become a registered nurse and obtain professional registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) on graduation.
Our Nursing courses are taught by practising healthcare professionals, in state-of-the-art facilities, along with real-world work experience.
UCLan has developed close links with healthcare providers across Central Lancashire, who provide our students with clinical placements where they can gain a unique insight into how healthcare is managed in all settings within Nursing.
100% of Pre-registration Children and Mental Health Nursing students went on to professional employment or further education. While 99% of Pre-registration Adult Nursing students also went on to professional employment or further education. (DLHE, 2016).
We provide a range of knowledge transfer activities in response to the needs of our partner health and social care organisations through bespoke training, workshops, consultancy, service evaluations, funded projects, contract research and international conferences.
The School has also had seven nationally-funded knowledge transfer partnerships (KTPs), three of which are complete and four which are progressing well. These KTPs have involved collaborative work with Primary Care and Community NHS Trusts, voluntary sector and charitable organisations and commercial companies over a five-year period.
The School has been successful in being awarded two North West Development Agency innovation vouchers to work with commercial companies. The successful achievement of the KTPs culminated in being shortlisted for the Times Higher Leadership and Management Awards in 2010.