Nursing is one of the most in-demand professions out there and the need will only continue to rise.
Nurses play a crucial role in healthcare settings and are on the front lines of public health. They are advocates for their community and patients, ensuring that their needs are met and their voices are heard.
In this course, you'll develop academic skills to further prepare you for a degree in Nursing, Midwifery or Health Science and gain deep understanding of health, physiology and how to care for people so you can make a difference to your community.
You will be introduced to theories that show how development occurs across the physical, cognitive and socioemotional domains.
This paper will challenge you to become more analytical in your thinking and to broaden your perspective on health and wellbeing.
You will learn:
Human Structure and Function: A fascinating and intriguing understanding of human anatomy and physiology.
The unique development of individuals through the lifespan.
Academic research, literacy and communication skills through enquiry based learning.
Major health issues facing NZ and key documents which underpin healthcare provision, including the Treaty of Waitangi.
The impact of social and environmental determinants of health.
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