Being able to adapt and meet the challenging needs of a 21st Century healthcare system which is focused on providing the highest quality care in a local setting are some of the real challenges that face practitioners in primary care. The Institute of Health Professions is ready to help you to meet those challenges.
The government has been clear in the agenda for the development of the NHS; the major focus is on providing high quality services locally, improving access for patients and giving patients choice.
The innovative and recognised quality of the programmes for District Nursing, Health Visiting, School Nursing, is what sets the University of Wolverhampton aside from other universities. Whilst studying here the your experience is enhanced by state of the art teaching facilities, first class skills centres and excellent support from teaching staff and Community Practice Tutors of the highest quality.
These programmes will fully equip you as a clinician to be able to cope with all the demands you will face in the changing landscape of the NHS. The focus, for the future of the NHS is primary care, are you up for the challenge?
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