- select and apply knowledge and skills to complex and unexpected situations
- implement strategies to promote and evaluate partnership working
- anticipate potential stressful situations and participate in minimising risk
- demonstrate sound clinical judgement in a range of situations and critically evaluate the effectiveness of clinical judgement in a range of professional care contexts
- participate in quality assurance and risk management strategies to create and maintain a safe environment
Prospects Broader skills: - gives a brief but effective summary of the strengths, attributes and skills that can be cultivated through nursing and related programmes of study. It also encourages you to consider the skills developed through your other activities, such as paid work, volunteering, family responsibilities, sport, membership of societies, and leadership roles.
Nursing graduates tend to find employment or go on to further study. There are options to work with different age groups, or in specialist areas such as theatre nurse, health visitor, midwife, community nurse, prison nurse, armed forces or you might prefer to go into roles involving health promotion or consultancy. For some roles you wil need further training. The suggested links will direct you to high quality information on the range of careers available.
See Finding and Applying for jobs in Nursing for more information.