Entry requirements (UCAS Code B700) Highers: BBBB/BBBCC A-Level:BCC Irish Leaving Certificate: B2, B2, B2, B2 at Higher Grade Essential Subjects: English (H) and one science subject (H/A) English (GCSE) Mathematics (SG2/GCSE at C) Recommended Subjects: Biology or Human Biology (H/A Level/GCSE/ILC-O)
Non Standard Entry requirements Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Medically fit for nursing –Occupational Health Screening If a disability is declared - University and School support is available Face-to-face engagement Achieved through attendance at BAHNS Open Day (NMC Requirement)
Key Features Enquiry Based Learning Shared learning with the Bachelor of Nursing programme in years 1 & 2 Interprofessional Education International focus
Our Graduates: Gain employment and develop careers in: Clinical Practice Education Research Management
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Mary Ballentyne Year 2 Level Coordinator BN/BAHNS -ALL FIELDS Careers Day 2014
BN Undergraduate programme Requirements 3 year programme Adult, Children’s, Mental Health, Learning Disability Nursing 3 Highers BBC to include English Standard grade Mathematics at a 2 or above.
BN and BA(H)NS Year 1 Focus: Person-Centred Care Shared learning, all 4 fields Syllabus- nursing theory and practice, IPE, psychology and sociology, anatomy and physiology, research Practice learning within acute care, community settings, at home.
BN and BA(H)NS Year 2 Focus: Patient Safety Interprofessional Education Nursing (specific to field) Research Methods in health and Social Care Health and Well Being Biological Science Practice learning experience Direct entry for international students and articulation
Year 2 Tri C International Placement P5 and or P6 in Sweden, Norway, Spain, Canada, Nepal = for 15 weeks Arranged by Department International representative Student must have good attendance and good academic profile with no resits in year 2
Placements Medical, Surgical, Older Adult, Primary Care, Health Visiting, District Nursing, School Nurses, ED Nursing Homes, High Dependancy, Addictions, Specialist Nurses and Units, Mental health spoke Learning Disability Supported Accomodation
BN Year 3 Interprofessional Education Management and Leadership Clinical Decision making Optional modules Practice Learning Experience Focus: Effective practice
Learning and Teaching Approaches Lectures Synchronous and asynchronous online group discussion Student-led face to face seminars Small group tutorials Simulation Laboratory practical's Interactive workshops Enquiry based learning Directed study Independent Learning Service User Forums Professional Drama groups Active Research projects
Teaching & Learning Services My Caledonian -University information -GCU Student Association GCU Learn -Undergraduate site -Module information -Discussion/communication -Course work submission Learning Development Centre Library
Student Support Services Student Health and Wellbeing Services Positive Living Qualified Mentors in Practice Student Staff Consultative Group x3 a year Programme Board and Student Representation Academic Adviser role
International Working: Grameen Caledonian Partnership Professor Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Grameen Caledonian Partnership Grameen College of Nursing WHO Collaborative Centre