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Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Care 3 year full time course in Waterford Institute of Technology
The BSc in Applied Health Care aims to develop a self-aware, reflective graduate who is confident in the delivery of health care in a variety of settings. Graduates may be involved in the organisation and or delivery of direct health care in hospitals, community care, general practice, pharmaceutical industry and health research. The course also prepares students for the emerging area of internet and telephone health care delivery.
This is the first programme of its kind in Ireland and the underpinning philosophy is to ensure that all personnel working in health care are appropriately educated and trained to deliver safe care to the patients in a range of health care settings.
Unique features of the course
Placement occurs in each year of the course, which allows the student to put theory into practice in a real health care setting. Prior to going on placement, students will be required to have satisfactory Garda Vetting/Police Clearance, Mandatory Training (CPR, Manual Handling) and Occupational Health. This will be coordinated by WIT staff. All placements will be discussed on an individual basis with students and where possible will reflect their specific areas of interest in direct health care delivery
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- Course Length 3 years
- Start date September 2015
- By Aisling Cusack
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org