Aims/Description: This Unit is the fifth unit on the BMedSci Nursing (Adult) degree apprenticeship. The unit is designed to enable the students to critically analyse the evidence based principles which underpin nursing interventions as they develop into autonomous practitioners.

Restrictions on availability: This unit is part of a professional, apprenticeship programme for students seeking registration with the NMC .It is only available to students in Division of Nursing and Midwifery. All assessments must be passed in order to achieve an overall pass.

Staff Contact: POLLARD CAROL L

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