Graduate Diploma in Anaesthetic Care Specialist Nursing 60 cr
Are you a registered nurse but wish to move on? Studying the Specialist Nursing Programme with the emphasis on Anaesthesia may interest you.
Add specialist skills to your nursing qualification
As an anaesthetic nurse in a clinic you will work with patients who have been anaesthetised and supervise them in operations and examinations. To be able to work independently as an anaesthetist the qualification required is the Specialist Nursing Programme.
Trained Specialist nurses are highly sought after
The course leads to a Specialist Nursing qualification with the emphasis on Anaesthesia.
According to employment offices the demand for these skills is already high and will increase. This is due to fact that many nurses have reached retirement age and highly qualified nurses are sought after within many different fields.
Broad field of work
On completion of the course you will be able to work within surgical care, or as a paramedic, at a pain management clinic and a disaster area whether nationally or internationally. As an anaesthetic nurse you could even be part of a helicopter rescue team involved in national emergencies.
The University of Gävle has extensive experience in educating specialist nurses.
Application deadline march 15
Graduate Diploma in Anaesthetic Care Specialist Nursing 60 cr is an programme with local admission and the application deadline is March 15.
More information about the selection procedure
In the assessment of qualifications, 75 % of the places are ranked on the basis of a merit value which in turn is based on the number of credits earned. The maximum here is 285 credits. The remaining places (25%) are ranked on the basis of the length of the applicant’s professional experience as a nurse: 12 months is the minimum and 60 months is the maximum here. Previous professional experience needs to be confirmed with a certificate of employment which states the time you have been employed. A contract of employment is not sufficient.