University of Roehampton – Nursing programme
The University of Roehampton is currently developing its first nursing programme for September 2019. This unique Adult Nursing course will specifically focus on developing nurses to work in community or primary care settings. Service User and Carer involvement is a key part of the development and delivery of the programme, to ensure that graduates are fit for purpose and that they meet the needs of the community they serve. The University has an existing pool of Service Users and Carers, but they would very much like to increase this pool to reflect the diversity of the community. They are looking for people from a range of backgrounds and with a range of experiences of health and social care as a Service User and/or as a Carer. There are a variety of ways you can be involved, including:
- Course design, development and evaluation
- Student recruitment and selection
- Sharing your story
- Assessing students
In return, they offer induction, training, support and remuneration for your time. You can be involved as much or as little as you would like.
To find out more, please email [email protected].