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Learning Disability Nursing
Learning Disability nurses work with people with learning disabilities and their families in a wide range of settings. The philosophy of care and support for people with learning disabilities is one of partnership in which the nurse works alongside the person to support them to lead a healthy and valued lifestyle and to exercise their rights as members of society.
UCAS code: B761
School of Nursing and Midwifery
The course at Keele helps students to learn about and apply this philosophy in the many different services for people with learning disabilities. The course will also equip you with the appropriate knowledge and skills to work with people with learning disabilities who have more complex and specialist needs. Clinical skills are an essential part of the course and students have access to expert staff in the Clinical Skills Laboratory to help develop and assess their practice. The University also provides excellent support through its personal tutor system. Wider benefits of enrolling on our courses include; experienced student support, excellent IT and library facilities, preparation for a range of roles as a professional learning disability nurse and a range of practice based experience whilst you study.
What will this mean for my future?
Placements are designed to complement your theoretical and classroom based work and you’ll be supported by a team of experienced mentors. This will prepare you for a career in learning disability nursing in a range of settings.
- Knowledge for Professional Nursing Practice - Learning Disability Nursing
- Developing Professional Nursing Practice - Learning Disability Nursing
- Transition to Professional Nursing Practice - Learning Disability Nursing