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Community Midwives provide midwifery support to women (and newborns up to 10 days old) at home and in community clinics.
Learning Disability Nurses provide support to those with learning disabilities. From working in schools to residential and community centres or in the home, LD nurses support the health needs of people with learning disabilities, their families and carers
School Nurses work within a school setting, often across a number of schools, providing support and advice, with an emphasis on public health and wellbeing.
Advanced Nurse Practitioners manage the complete care for their patient, not solely any specific condition – able to see, treat and prescribe for patients in their own right. Four pillars of practice define the core role and function of the ANP: Clinical Practice, Leadership, Facilitation of Learning and Evidence, Research and Development.
Criminal Justice/Prison Nurses work within the criminal justice setting – either in a prison, or a custody suite supporting people with a wide range of health issues, they are considered expert generalists across mental and physical health.
Community Children’s Nurses provide expert nursing care for children and families in their own homes.
Care Home Nurses provide nursing care for those in residential care or nursing home setting.
Occupational Health Nurses provide support designed to protect the health and wellbeing of people at work. Their role is one of public health, promoting healthy working conditions and preventing problems with health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Public Health Nurses play a vital role in promoting and protecting the public’s health, working with defined populations or social groups.