Nurses – how do they assess human health? (Year 12 & 13)

Location
University of Birmingham
Category
Lectures Talks and Workshops
Dates
Wednesday 13th November 2019 (13:00-15:00)
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Event Capacity: 120

Year Group: 12 and 13

Subject(s): Nursing

Attendee Requirements: None

About: Nurses have a key role in assessing whether or not a patient is healthy. Have you ever considered whether the way this is done in children and in adults is the same or is different? This masterclass will give you the opportunity to learn more about how nurses clinically assess patients and you will have the chance to get some hands-on experience of how this is done in practice. If you’re thinking about a career in nursing or healthcare, or if you’ve ever been a patient and wondered why medical examinations are done in a certain way, this is the masterclass for you. Come along and find out more about the nursing research that is done at the University of Birmingham and how this influences the way in which the next generation of nurses are trained and how it influences every day clinical practice.

Additional Information: Individual bookings can be made by students in Year 12 and 13. Please note you may not be allocated all the places you request depending on availability.

To find out more about any of the Masterclasses, please e-mail the Masterclass team.