Overview Poverty, austerity and the pressures of modern-day living are making mental health issues ever more visible in the UK today. Indeed, one in four people will experience a mental health problem. Through your skills in compassion, communication and problem solving, you can make a real difference to the many lives affected by this growing concern. The is shortage a mental health nurses in the UK, and whilst this can be challenging, we achieved 100% employability in Unistats. Why study PG Dip Nursing (Mental Health) at Middlesex University? Our two-year course is open to graduates in any subject who are seeking a career as a mental health nurse. Our intake is extremely diverse and we welcome people from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions. Life experience is one of the most significant contributing factors to becoming an effective mental health nurse. We are seeking students who can demonstrate a passion for helping others, demonstrate empathy and care coupled with the ability to collaborate within multi-disciplinary teams and advocate on behalf of clients and their families/carers in a highly sensitive area of healthcare. In addition to developing your core nursing skills, the course will build your knowledge of professional and ethical practice. Developed in close consultation with our trust partners (both acute and primary care), service users and students, this innovative diploma consists of 50% theory and 50% practice. We have established relationships with leading mental health trusts and your placements will enable you to put your learning into practice. Many students gain future employment with one of their placement hosts. On successful completion of this course you will gain registration with the NMC We are proud of our diverse, and supportive lecturing team and a longstanding commitment to service user empowerment and recover with experience of developing national and international programmes. We have range of research centres which inform our teaching who welcome student input, including Drug and Alcohol (DARC), the research centre for Transcultural Studies and the centre for Coproduction. We have award winning high-fidelity simulation centres which will help you connect theory and practice We use a range of assessment to ensure that your knowledge, skills and prior experience are recognised across a range of areas.
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