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Nurse training

Watch this Royal College of Nursing film to see why you should train to become a nurse at Evelina London.

 

Evelina London is the second largest children’s teaching hospital in London.

We train children’s nurses from London South Bank University (LSBU) and Kings College London (KCL) on a Bachelor of Science three-year (BSc) degree or Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) two year programme.

However, we do offer elective placements to student nurses from other universities.

All our student nurses rotate through different disciplines gaining a wide variety of learning opportunities in both acute and community settings.

Nurse training at Evelina London

Why I chose Evelina London 

"I am extremely privileged to have had three years training to be a nurse in Evelina London. All the staff are incredibly supportive of us newly qualified nurses.

"I've experienced three different wards in two years in the hospital's rotation, and I am looking forward to the prospect of learning many new things in future areas."

Band 5 staff nurse

Wonderful specialities

"Since coming here as a newly qualified nurse, I have found all members of staff, especially senior nurses, very supportive. The reason I chose Evelina London is because of all the wonderful specialities and rotation programme that it offered me."

Band 5 staff nurse

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