Critical Care Nursing
What is critical care nursing?
Critical care, ICU or emergency nursing is a specialisation which manages critically ill patients experiencing high-dependency, life-threatening conditions.
Why study critical care nursing?
Postgraduate nursing degrees in this speciality area are designed to produce high-level clinicians who are able to care for critically ill patients – who will develop specialised knowledge and highly sought-after skills to lead and advocate for optimal care of patients within an interdisciplinary team.
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