NHS organisations across Wessex are recruiting adult nurses who are looking to return to nursing after a period of absence. You will be supported by an NHS trust while you study at Bournemouth University or University of Southampton.Return to nursing
Nursing and midwifery
Ensuring the right number of nurses and midwives, with the right skills, values and behaviours, to deliver care at the right time and place.
We’re ensuring that nurses are recruited in the right numbers and that throughout their careers, receive consistent high quality education and training to support the delivery excellent care.
The nursing programme is divided into the following work streams. You can read more about each of these on our national page.
1. Earn, learn and return
2. Transforming nursing for Community and Primary care
3. Preceptorship standards
4. Nurse return to practice
5. Pre-nursing care experience
6. Shape of caring review
Neonatal nurses provide vital care to vulnerable sick and premature newborn babies and play an important role in supporting the parents of the baby at an anxious time.Neonatal Nursing Preceptorship Programme
The Shape of Caring review (Raising the Bar) published in March 2015, aims to ensure that throughout their careers nurses and care assistants receive consistent high quality education and training which supports high quality care over the next 15 years.Shape of caring review