Adult nursing is a rewarding and challenging profession – you will have the responsibility for someone’s life, but be able to make a difference, to improve lives. We’re looking for students who are caring, courageous and compassionate. You’ll train in the School of Healthcare’s own hospital wards and practice in real life hospitals such as St James University hospital and Leeds General infirmary alongside qualified nurses and doctors.
Adult nursing involves caring for individuals and groups in health and sickness, in a variety of healthcare settings, from community health to accident and emergency and intensive care.
Find out more about the Adult Nursing course here at Leeds.
Child nursing is child-focused and family-centred and involves everything from nursing children from newly born through to adolescence. Throughout your degree, we’ll help you develop the qualities that define a Leeds child nurse – to become intuitive, empathetic communicators who are committed advocates for the children. We have dedicated Children’s ward in our school at work closely with Leeds Children’s Hospital for training, development and placements.
Find out more about the Child Nursing course here at Leeds.
Mental Health Nursing
Mental health nursing is a demanding and important profession. We’re looking for students who are caring, courageous and compassionate to support people with issues ranging from anxiety and depression to personality and eating disorders or addiction to drugs or alcohol. We’ll help you become a self-aware, dynamic problem solver, promoting psychological, physical and social interventions for your patients.
We have our own community flat to prepare you for placements, which are extensive and stimulating, in areas such as community mental health teams, continuing treatment and recovery units, 100% of Our Mental health graduates are in jobs after six months..
Find out more about the Mental Health Nursing course here at Leeds.