Medicine is the science that studies the prevention and cure of diseases. It aims to maintain and restore health and to this end studies the physical, chemical and biological processes of life, the structures and functions of the body, the causes and mechanisms of disease, and the means of diagnosing, treating and preventing them. FInd out more about this with our nursing course.
By doing this course you will have access to various career opportunities in this field; for example child protection with young people in care, older people, people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health difficulties, homeless people, people with drug dependencies, or with any other group of people with specialist needs.
The nurse is a staff that provides medical care to the sick. Its role is to constantly monitor patients, to perform treatments, to perform some medical or surgical manoeuvres, to monitor the complications that occur in a patient during hospitalisation and the accidents that may occur during treatment.
The nurse must be well prepared professionally to know the pathology and emergency therapy in order to be able to provide first aid until the arrival of the doctor. In conclusion, the role of nurse is important in medicine, you have to be very communicative to get along easily with the patients, to have empathy, to have critical thinking and creativity in problem solving and also have attitude and confidence.
Who is the Nursing Course for?
The 1 year Nursing Course is ideal for people who like to interact with other people. If you are a sociable, patient person who likes to help marginalised and vulnerable people in society, this is the right course for you.
In the first semester you will develop a Practice Skills Portfolio that helps you to reflect and make the best use of supervision.
Course Length: 1 year;
Start dates: January / April / August / September;