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Mental Health Nursing & Learning Disabilities

The Mental Health Nursing and Learning Disabilities team work together to deliver research led learning and consultancy across a range of pathways and programmes.

The key qualities that we bring in addition to our teaching experience and clinical expertise are extensive service user involvement in all aspects of selection, learning and assessment, clinical supervision to support your learning in practice and excellent relationships with our practice learning partners.

STUDY Mental health nursing

Our BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing Degree is a popular choice with students aiming for registration as a mental health nurse.

Find out more about our BSc in Mental Health Nursing

Placements

Mental Health Nursing students will have the opportunity to experience a range of different placements throughout their degree. 

Learn more about Mental Health Nursing placements 

Graduate Stories

Graduates from the School of Nursing have gone on to work in a number of different roles, in a range of settings. Find out more about our alumni here.

Read our Graduates' stories

 

Continuing Professional Development

The Faculty offers a range of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) options for those who are employed in health and social care professions.   

Find out more about our CPD options

Contact us

If you have any questions about studying Mental Health Nursing at Canterbury Christ Church University, please get in touch.

Pathway Director: peter.wilson@canterbury.ac.uk

Admissions enquiries: claire.goodwin@canterbury.ac.uk

 

100% of our most recent Mental Health Nursing students were in jobs or further study six months after finishing their course

DLHE 2015-16

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Last edited: 06/09/2017 12:34:00