Foundations in General Practice Nursing Level 6 or 7 credits. 40 credits
This fully funded course is an excellent opportunity for nurses recently employed in General Practice. It will enable the development of knowledge, deeper learning and understanding of the General Practice Nurse role for registered nurses new to primary care and who wish to further enhance their clinical practice and leadership in their role.
Delivered by subject specialists and experts in their field, this course also includes exploration of the context of practice nursing and of primary care, clinical governance and QoF, and is designed to equip students with the confidence and competence to fulfil the role of General Practice Nurse (GPN)
This course is suitable for: Qualified nurses new to GPN role. GPNs wishing to deepen their understanding and learning of GPN role. Newly qualified nurses applying for this course may also have the opportunity to access the General Practice Nursing Fellowship supported by the Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI)
You can study this unit at level 6 or 7 which can be the starting point put towards a future qualification. By taking further accredited units from the BU CPD framework, you can top up your advanced diploma to degree or build your own Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree.