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Why Enrol in our Programme

Accredited by the Singapore Nursing Board3

Ranked 9th for Nursing & Midwifery in the UK4

Blended-learning delivery catered to nurses 
(2-weekend block teaching every 6 months)

Broad range of assessments used across the curriculum such as assignments and projects

Fully taught by qualified and registered nurses from Northumbria University

Bachelor of Science Nursing
(Top-up)

With an ageing population, demand for healthcare professionals in Singapore has increased significantly.

This is felt more acutely for nurses who make up the largest professional group of healthcare workers in the country5. Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) efforts are focused on growing the current workforce and boosting productivity through innovation and evidence-based practice6.

Supporting the Ongoing Development of
Registered Nurses

This Degree programme from the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health supports the ongoing development of Registered Nurses and incorporates the following Singapore Nursing Board (SNB) guidance and regulations7 :

  • Code for Nurses and Midwives (SNB, 2018a)8
  • Core Competencies of Registered Nurse (SNB, 2018b)9
  • Scope of Professional Nursing and Midwifery Practice (SNB, 2019)10

This programme is designed for students with a nursing registration and valid Practising Certificate (issued by the Singapore Nursing Board) wishing to advance their study from a Diploma to a Bachelor’s Degree.

Supporting the Ongoing Development of
Registered Nurses

This Degree programme from the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health supports the ongoing development of Registered Nurses and incorporates the following Singapore Nursing Board (SNB) guidance and regulations7 :

  • Code for Nurses and Midwives (SNB, 2018a)8
  • Core Competencies of Registered Nurse (SNB, 2018b)9
  • Scope of Professional Nursing and Midwifery Practice (SNB, 2019)10

This programme is designed for students with a Nursing registration and valid Practising Certificate (issued by the Singapore Nursing Board) wishing to advance their study from a Diploma to a Bachelor’s Degree.

Module Highlights

Innovations in Healthcare

Empowers nurses to maximise efficiency and efficacy in patient treatment options

Health Promotion

Equips nurses with health literacy and promotion skills to improve awareness of the importance of early detection and screening

Nursing Older People with Complex Needs

Develops knowledge and competence in nursing older people across health and life continua

Leading and Developing Practice

Focuses on the transition to Graduate Nursing practice pertaining to leadership and practice development

8 Modules Relevant to Nursing in Singapore

  • Research as Evidence for Nursing Practice
  • Innovations in Healthcare
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Health Promotion
  • Healthcare Law and Ethics
  • Nursing Older People with Complex Needs
  • Health Assessment and Clinical Decision Making
  • Leading and Developing Practice

Information Session

Flexible schedule with full-faculty support: Northumbria University offers an SNB-accredited BSc Nursing Degree with around-the-clock support and a blended delivery method to accommodate nurses’ rotating shifts.

Date: 28 May (Tue), 4 Jun (Tue), 18 Jun (Tue) & 25 Jun (Tue)
Time: 1pm – 2pm

Speaker: Siti Johari
Assistant Manager, Recruitment
Kaplan Higher Education Academy

Speaker:
Siti Johari
Assistant Recruitment Manager
Kaplan Singapore

8 Modules Relevant to
Nursing in Singapore

  • Research as Evidence for Nursing Practice
  • Innovations in Healthcare
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Health Promotion
  • Healthcare Law and Ethics
  • Nursing Older People with Complex Needs
  • Health Assessment and Clinical Decision Making
  • Leading and Developing Practice

Fully Taught by Qualified and Registered Nurses

Dr Jane Elizabeth Murray
Assistant Professor / Programme Director /
Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Healthcare Law and Ethics,
Research as Evidence for Nursing Practice


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Dr Jane Elizabeth Murray
Assistant Professor / Programme Director / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Healthcare Law and Ethics,
Research as Evidence for Nursing Practice

Dr Jane Murray is an Assistant Professor at Northumbria University. She has been a Mental Health Nurse for almost 30 years, specialising in the care of older persons, particularly those with dementia. She has an extensive teaching record both nationally and internationally. Dr Murray is currently leading a preregistration nursing programme at the Shanghai University of Traditional Medicine and a Bachelor of Science Nursing programme at Kaplan in Singapore. She has been an academic since 2008, teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, as well as supervising PhD students. Dr Murray holds an MSc in Professional and Academic Learning and a Doctor of Philosophy from Northumbria University. Her Doctorate focused on how professional caregivers communicate with people with dementia and is entitled Wholetruth, Untruth and Lies; an ethnographic study of communicative interactions between professional care givers and people with dementia. Additionally, she is a registered teacher and has specialist practitioner status (older persons mental health) from the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Dr Murray is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has been appointed to the Royal College of Nursing Older Peoples steering committee.

On top of her international leadership roles, Dr Murray has taught extensively in Borneo, China and Malaysia. This teaching has focused on the care of the older person as well as healthcare law and ethics, which is also part of her special interest in relation to older people.

Her current research is focused on issues relating to people with dementia and their families, and includes the use of continuous glucose monitoring for people with diabetes and dementia, and the use of musical instruments to frame the oral histories of adults living in 24 hour care environments. Dr Murray is passionate about improving care for older people both nationally and internationally, and regularly speaks on these topics.

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Mr Jaden Allan
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Modules: Innovations in Healthcare

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Mr Jaden Allan
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Modules: Innovations in Healthcare

Mr Allan has 17 years of lecturing experience, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Mr Allan holds a Master of Science from Northumbria University in Education. Additionally, he holds a Postgraduate Certification of Education and is registered with the United Kingdom (UK) Nursing and Midwifery Council as a lecturer. Mr Allan has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and is a Registered Nurse in the UK and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (Advanced HE).

Mr Allan joined Northumbria University having spent many years as a Registered Nurse working in UK NHS hospitals. His experience and responsibilities included a variety of clinical specialities within acute surgical and critical/intensive care. His later role focused on organising a range of health professional student placements, while providing support to students and supervisors/assessors during their clinical rotations in collaboration with Further and Higher Education Institutions.

Mr Allan's roles at Northumbria University includes Director of International Development and Recruitment for the faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Director of Programmes, Director of Learning and Teaching, and Director of Transnational Education for the department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health. These roles include responsibilites such as international curricula writing, validation, revalidation and delivery, quality assurance and assessment monitoring, departmental development (staff and organisational in the UK and global market) and liaising with international partners and universities to develop a collaborative portfolio of Transnational Education (TNE) and international students, both on campus and globally.

Mr Allan's learning and teaching interests are developing clinical skills, simulation-based education (all levels), leadership, and peer support and compassion in nursing. He also has a particular interest in the use of technology to enhance and share learning.

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Dr Laura Jillian Park
Lecturer, Adult Nursing / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Health Assessment and Clinical
Decision Making


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Dr Laura Jillian Park
Lecturer, Adult Nursing / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Health Assessment and Clinical Decision Making

Dr Laura Park is a lecturer at Northumbria University and has a nursing background in stroke care. Dr Park has been an academic since 2015 and first worked at Northumbria University as a graduate tutor before transitioning to a lecturer in 2020, following the completion of her PhD. Dr Park's teaching and research passions include clinical skills, simulation, interprofessional working/learning, technology enhanced learning (TEL) and virtual reality (VR). Dr Park’s passion for clinical-skill teaching led to her co-creating websites. The focus of Dr Park’s PhD was on working relationships within an interprofessional stroke context. Dr Park is currently involved in a number of research projects, which include research into alternative assessment strategies following COVID-19, VR pedagogy and simulation.

Dr Park has had opportunities to teach internationally with her current international experience including teaching in country as well as module development and leadership on a Joint Bachelor of Science Nursing programme in Malta. Dr Park is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and is currently completing the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice qualification programme. Finally, Dr Park has co-authored on a chapter published in "Learning to Care: The Nursing Associate" and "Fundamentals of Pharmacology for Nursing and Healthcare Students". Additionally, Dr Park has a number of journal publications from 2018 to 2022.

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Ms Anna Marie Walsh
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Leading and Developing Practice

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Ms Anna Marie Walsh
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Leading and Developing Practice

Throughout her career, Ms Anna Walsh has always been interested in providing teaching and learning opportunities for people engaged in pre- and post-qualifying nursing. Ms Walsh is an experienced Clinical Mentor and Preceptor. Ms Walsh moved to her first Higher Education post in 1996 and was appointed as a Research Assistant at the University College of St Martin’s (now the University of Cumbria) where she researched practice development, teamwork, patient satisfaction and staff perception of shift work. Furthermore, she assisted in the implementation of Clinical Governance training for National Health Service staff. Ms Walsh also gained classroom teaching experience working predominately on the subject of research methods – a subject she continued to teach when she took up her next post.

Ms Walsh moved to Northumbria University in 2000 as a Senior Lecturer and now holds the title of Assistant Professor. During her time at Northumbria University, she has developed an extensive range of skills and abilities in curriculum implementation and review. Ms Walsh is an experienced Programme Leader for large Pre-Registration Adult Nursing cohorts, with a good track record of ensuring robust quality assurance and professional standards. She has always used facilitative leadership approaches to support colleagues delivering these programmes. As a Module Leader, Ms Walsh works with teams on subjects such as career involvement in practice, clinical nursing practice, professional values, reflexivity, service user and the undergraduate dissertation. She has also worked on collaborative ventures with partners in Grenada, Malaysia, Malta and Shanghai. Ms Walsh has a particular interest in the subjects of leadership and management in healthcare, as well as medical ethics.

Ms Walsh has built strong working relationships across a range of placement providers through her role as Academic Assessor for clinical practice. She is a member of the Royal College of Nursing and volunteers as a Public Governor at her local National Health Service Trust. Ms Walsh is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and her current research focuses on service user and career involvement in education.

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Ms Sithandazile Ncube
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Teaching and Learning

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Ms Sithandazile Ncube
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Teaching & Learning

Ms Sithandazile Ncube has 4 years of lecturing experience at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Ms Ncube holds a Master of Public Health Degree from Northumbria University. Additionally, she holds a Certificate in Teaching and Learning, and is currently studying for her PhD. The focus of her PhD is exploring the experiences of mental health and learning disability nurses working in police custody, using an interpretative phenomenological analysis approach.

Ms Ncube has 13 years clinical experience working in a variety of settings. She has worked in forensic mental health services, including in medium secure wards, the forensic community mental health team and, most recently, police custody as a Liaison and Diversion Practitioner. She gained experience in service development by establishing a Liaison and Diversion service, while working for Cumbria Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust. This service offered mental health assessments to defendants in police custody and Magistrate courts. While working to set up this service as a Liaison and Diversion Practitioner, she worked autonomously with criminal justice third-party agencies, including the police, probation officers, magistrates and solicitors. In addition to assessing defendants and advising criminal justice partners, her role was pivotal to designing and delivering mental health training to criminal justice partners with regard to screening defendants for mental health and learning disability problems. She is skilled in engaging with stakeholders from a wide range of settings in care services.

She has also worked with Liaison and Psychiatry teams, offering assessment to patients who present at Accident and Emergency departments with mental health concerns. Her skills include utilising a multidisciplinary approach in undertaking crisis assessments and care planning for patients presented in a mental health crisis, namely, self-harm and suicide.

Prior to joining Northumbria University, Ms Ncube held a Diploma in Education from Zimbabwe and has experience teaching at a secondary school level. She has a keen interest in engaging students in learning and continuously improving the learning environment. Her relevant skills include curriculum writing and development, employing a range of teaching methods to deliver assessments while incorporating the student voice and designing teaching materials that align with learner needs and modes of learning.

Ms Ncube is currently studying for her PhD and in addition, she has engaged with leadership development programmes, including Diversifying Leadership, sponsored by Advanced Higher Education, England, with the aim of facilitating leadership development. She is also actively engaged with the Northumbria University research strategy and is currently working on numerous projects to be published in the near future. She is keen to present her work in conferences. Her latest conference presentation was in 2022 in Oxford, for the Mental Health Nurse Academics UK Conference. She looks forward to sharing the findings from her PhD, which has passed the data collection stage to an international audience.

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Ms Susan Tiplady
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Nursing Older People with Complex Needs

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Ms Susan Tiplady
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Nursing Older People with Complex Needs

Ms Susan Tiplady is an Assistant Professor at Northumbria University. She has been a Registered General Nurse for 40 years and is a credible practitioner with extensive clinical and academic knowledge of caring for older people. Her teaching subject expertise centres around the care of the older person and spans both adult pre- and post-registration professional development. Her academic and research activities focus on the development of a workforce skilled in the health and social care of older people, integrated health and social care, development of care home placements for student nurses and the involvement of older people in nurse education.

Ms Tiplady has extensive knowledge of module development and leadership. She has developed modules from proof of concept to validation approval. Module leadership experience includes ensuring smooth running of modules, which includes having knowledge and responsibility for all university quality assurance processes, continuous reviewing of modules, and responding in line with student and staff feedback.

Prior to lecturing, Ms Tiplady has worked extensively in environments caring for older people and has held senior clinical, managerial, commissioning and academic posts in a variety of settings across education, primary, intermediate and secondary care.

Ms Tiplady’s current research activities include evaluating the Enhanced Care of Older People (EnCOP), a framework for competency development and assessment. Specific to the needs of the older population, the Competency Framework provides a standardised and integrated approach to workforce development across the whole care system, from those providing essential care to specialist and advanced-level practice. Ms Tiplady is passionate and committed to improving services for older people.

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Dr Benjamin Olusola Ajibade
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Health Promotion

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Dr Benjamin Olusola Ajibade
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Health Promotion

Dr Benjamin Ajibade is an Assistant Professor at Northumbria University. He has been a Registered Mental Health Nurse in the United Kingdom (UK) for 20 years, with experience in adult and children’s mental health including forensics, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), children and young people with complex mental health disorders, adult eating disorder, rehabilitation and recovery, and specialising in the care of older persons, particularly those with dementia. He has an extensive teaching record both nationally and internationally.

Dr Ajibade is currently leading two modules in the Bachelor of Mental Health Nursing programme at Northumbria University and teaches in the Bachelor of Science Nursing (Top-up) programme at Kaplan in Singapore. He formerly led two modules with the University of Sunderland at the International College of Business and Technology (ICBT), Sri Lanka. He has been an academic since 2008, teaching across undergraduate, postgraduate and Doctoral programmes, as well as supervising PhD students.

Dr Ajibade holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning Higher Education from the University of Sunderland, a Master of Science in Health Practice from Northumbria University and a Professional Doctorate from the University of Sunderland. His Doctorate focused on international students’ transition from their educational context to the UK Higher Education pedagogy and is entitled to an investigation of the sociocultural factors impacting the transition to higher education by Nigerian nursing students in the UK via the use of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology. Additionally, he has a Registered Manager Award in Nursing Management at the Department of Health and Care: South Tyneside College.

Dr Ajibade has an extensive teaching experience with international students from all backgrounds while at the University of Sunderland in London and has also taught in Sri Lanka. His teaching is focused on nursing leadership and management, mentorship, teaching and learning in Higher Education, public health, research methodologies including data analysis software, healthcare law and ethics and care of the older person.

His current research is focused on issues relating to students’ transitions from an international context, internationalisation and decolonisation of the curriculum and dementia and care of older people, the impact of mental health on the individual and their families and innovative methods of qualitative data collection using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® and pedagogic research including students learning, assessment and feedback.

Dr Ajibade is passionate about improving people’s lives regarding equality, diversity and inclusiveness, student transition nationally and internationally, and regularly speaks on these topics at conferences and presentation events.

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Ms Elaine Verna Walls
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Innovations in Healthcare

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Ms Elaine Verna Walls
Assistant Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Innovations in Healthcare

Ms Elaine Verna Walls has about 6 years of lecturing experience, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Ms Walls holds a Masters in Public Health from Northumbria University. Additionally, she holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning, and a fellowship of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom.

Ms Walls has almost 30 years of qualified nursing practice experience, ranging from acute hospital care to community public health nursing. Ms Walls worked as a community practice teacher in public health practice for 6 years prior to joining Northumbria University. The fundamental aspects of her role were supporting qualified staff to gain further skills in health promotion and prevention, and encouraging the development of new and targeted services to take practice forward. Ms Walls has recently secured a post with the UK regulatory Nursing and Midwifery Council as Nurse Education Advisor.

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Dr Peta Jane Greaves
Associate Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Research as Evidence for
Nursing Practice


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Dr Peta Jane Greaves
Associate Professor / Module Lead
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK
Module: Research as Evidence for Nursing Practice

Dr Peta Jane Greaves is an Associate Professor of Nursing and a Registered General Nurse. She has over 20 years of lecturing experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She holds a PhD from Northumbria University, an MSc in research methods and a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Professional Learning.

Dr Greaves worked for 15 years in general critical and cardiac care and has held senior positions in hospitals and national patient safety management. Her academic career includes 4 years as a hospital/university lecturer-practitioner and 13 years’ experience as a senior lecturer with Northumbria University.

Dr Greaves’ research interests include studies of Early Warning Scores in acute and community-based care. Her recent work focused on the outcome of acute illness in people with learning difficulties.

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Nur Afrah Binte Mohamed
Senior Staff Nurse, Khoo Teck Phuat Hospital
Bachelor of Science Nursing
Northumbria University Student (2024)

The pursuit of Nursing is a perpetual journey of knowledge acquisition and skills development that offers an ever-evolving landscape of learning opportunities. In the field of Nursing, where every certificate of academic achievement is a stepping stone for career advancement, it is imperative that I remain committed to the continuous enhancement of my skills and knowledge.

This Nursing Degree from Northumbria University at Kaplan has improved my understanding of patient care, honed my technical skills and strengthened my leadership abilities. For example, the “Healthcare Law & Ethics” module has equipped me with the ability to navigate complex ethical dilemmas in healthcare, ensuring that I prioritise patient welfare and autonomy in my professional decisions.

I found the Bachelor of Science Nursing Degree offered by Northumbria University at Kaplan a compelling choice for those seeking to advance their Nursing education due to its flexible study schedule, comprehensive curriculum and reasonable programme fees. With a supportive and stimulating environment, spearheaded by inspiring lecturers, my academic journey at Kaplan has been truly enriching and transformative. In addition to enhancing my knowledge and skills, this programme boosted my confidence, which has been instrumental in improving my job performance and paving the way for opportunities that lie ahead in my Nursing career.

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Nur Afrah Binte Mohamed
Senior Staff Nurse, Khoo Teck Phuat Hospital
Bachelor of Science Nursing
Northumbria University Student (2024)

The pursuit of Nursing is a perpetual journey of knowledge acquisition and skills development that offers an ever-evolving landscape of learning opportunities. In the field of Nursing, where every certificate of academic achievement is a stepping stone for career advancement, it is imperative that I remain committed to the continuous enhancement of my skills and knowledge.

This Nursing Degree from Northumbria University at Kaplan has improved my understanding of patient care, honed my technical skills and strengthened my leadership abilities. For example, the “Healthcare Law & Ethics” module has equipped me with the ability to navigate complex ethical dilemmas in healthcare, ensuring that I prioritise patient welfare and autonomy in my professional decisions.

I found the Bachelor of Science Nursing Degree offered by Northumbria University at Kaplan a compelling choice for those seeking to advance their Nursing education due to its flexible study schedule, comprehensive curriculum and reasonable programme fees. With a supportive and stimulating environment, spearheaded by inspiring lecturers, my academic journey at Kaplan has been truly enriching and transformative. In addition to enhancing my knowledge and skills, this programme boosted my confidence, which has been instrumental in improving my job performance and paving the way for opportunities that lie ahead in my Nursing career.

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Designed for Registered Nurses
in Singapore

The programme supports the ongoing professional development of Registered Nurses and incorporates Singapore Nursing Board guidance and regulations. The programme has 4 unique modules that are particularly relevant to Nursing in Singapore. These are Health Promotion, Innovations in Healthcare, Leading and Developing Practice, and Nursing Older People with Complex Needs, aimed at empowering students and cultivating the next generation of Nursing care leaders through evidence-based practice and innovation to address the needs of the Singapore population and changing local demographics.

About
Northumbria University

Northumbria University has gone from a regional and national institution to an international institution. The University has been named University of the Year 2022 in the UK by the Times Higher Education Awards1. It reflects the quality learning and teaching that we do at Northumbria University.

Insights into Dementia and Expert Advice for Nursing Careers

In a rapidly ageing society, how do we adapt to a society that has a growing number of people with dementia? In this video, Dr Jane Murray, Assistant Professor and Programme Director of the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health at Northumbria University, shares her expertise on dementia and its associated issues, including key developments in this field and how they impact health professionals.

In addition, with over 30 years of experience as a Nurse, Dr Murray also shares her insights into opportunities for a Nursing career and how registered Nurses in Singapore can enhance their employability with a Nursing Degree that is accredited by the Singapore Nursing Board3.

Information Session

Find out how you can advance your career with a Nursing Degree, fully taught by qualified and registered nurses from Northumbria University via a blended-learning format, designed specifically for nursing professionals.

Date & Time: 20 Mar (Wed), 6pm – 7pm
Venue: Wilkie Edge Campus, Conference Room (Level 5)

Speaker:
Dr Jane Elizabeth Murray
Assistant Professor / Programme Director
Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
Northumbria University, UK

Discover how to achieve greater heights with a Nursing programme accredited by the Singapore Nursing Board that 
is fully taught by qualified and registered nurses from Northumbria University. This programme is mostly assignment-based and tailored to the busy schedules of nurses.

Date & Time: 23 Mar (Sat), 12pm – 1pm
Venue: Wilkie Edge Campus, Synergy Pod 201 (Level 2)

Speaker:
Siti Johari
Assistant Recruitment Manager
Kaplan Singapore

Convenient Access from Major Healthcare Facilities via the MRT

Kaplan City Campus @ Wilkie Edge is situated in the heart of the city, conveniently located near 6 MRT stations across major train lines and easily accessible from major healthcare facilities in Singapore.

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National Healthcare Group hospitals:

  • IMH – Institute of Mental Health
  • KTPH – Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
  • NSC – National Skin Centre
  • NTFGH – Ng Teng Fong General Hospital
  • TTSH – Tan Tock Seng Hospital

SingHealth Group hospitals:

  • CGH – Changi General Hospital
  • KKH – KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
  • NCC – National Cancer Centre Singapore
  • NHC – National Heart Centre
  • NNI – National Neuroscience Institute
  • SGH – Singapore General Hospital
  • SKGH – Sengkang General Hospital
  • SNEC – Singapore National Eye Centre

Private hospitals:

  • FPH – Farrer Park Hospital
  • GH – Gleneagles Hospital
  • MAH – Mount Alvernia Hospital
  • MEH – Mount Elizabeth Hospital
  • MENH – Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital
  • PEH – Parkway East Hospital
  • RH – Raffles Hospital
  • TMC – Thomson Medical Centre

MRT Stations:

  • BB – Bras Basah
  • BEN – Bencoolen
  • BU – Bugis
  • CH – City Hall
  • DG – Dhoby Ghaut
  • ESP – Esplanade
  • LI – Little India
  • ROC – Rochor
  1. https://the-awards.co.uk/2023/en/page/archive-2022
  2. https://www.kaplan.com.sg/bachelors-degree/bachelor-of-science-nursing-top-up
  3. https://www.healthprofessionals.gov.sg/snb/accreditation-of-nursing-education-programmes/accredited-nursing-programmes
  4. https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings/nursing
  5. https://www.moh .gov.sg/news-highlights/details/adddressing-shortage-of-nurses
  6. https://www.rvo.nl/sites/default/files/2022/03/P1-Healthcare%20and%20RD%20 Landscape%20in%20Singapore.pdf
  7. https://www.healthprofessionals.gov.sg/snb/guidelines-and-standards
  8. SNB (2018a) Code for Nurses and Midwives. Singapore: SNB.
  9. SNB (2018b) Core Competencies of Registered Nurse. Singapore: SNB.
  10. SNB (2019) Scope of Professional Nursing and Midwifery Practice. Singapore: SNB.
  11. https://www.caretogobeyond.sg/nursing/about-nursing#Why-is-nursing-rewarding
  12. From Career Conversion Programmes for Enrolled Nurses and Registered Nurses. Refer to WSG’s websites for more information: Career Conversion Programme for Enrolled Nurses (CCP-EN), Career Conversion Programme for Registered Nurses [CCP-RN(Diploma)] & Career Conversion Programme for Registered Nurses [CCP-RN(Degree)]

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