We are proud to have educated and trained nurses in the East of England for over 25 years. We know what we are doing. We know what makes a great nurse.
Times change. Policy changes. But at the end of the day, patient care is central to everything we do. Leading positive change to deliver high quality patient care, will be top of your agenda. And ours. Leadership in at the core of our curriculum. Our Dean wrote the book on it: The Essentials of Nursing Leadership.
We’ll equip you with the skills needed to be a great leader in practice. We embed leadership and professionalism in our nursing programmes from the very beginning. We’ll develop your skills so you can work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams, and provide quality care for patients with complex and challenging needs. Developing your management skills of assertiveness, delegation and coaching will be key, as well as tools for resilience to withstand the stresses and pressures of practice.
Briannie, 2nd year Child Nursing
You’ll be ready to make a successful transition from student to registered nurse and to shape positive change in delivering high quality patient care. As a registered nurse, colleagues and patients will be looking to you to lead. You’ll then help educate the next generation through mentoring and coaching. Having being taught by the best with confidence and competence, students will want to emulate you and your approach to leading by example.
Louisa, 3rd year Child Nursing
Students enact leadership in everyday ways through caring encounters, making a difference to people when they are most vulnerable. As qualified practitioners, they go on to hold leadership roles in all sorts of settings, and enabling them to achieve their potential as leaders will improve the experiences of patients