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Nursing Education Guidelines in CHI at Crumlin

Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin has long been involved in children’s nursing education in Ireland, with the School of Nursing first opening in 1956. 

Nursing education in CHI falls within five broad categories:
  • In-service clinical education provided within the clinical area, and delivered or facilitated by the Clinical Education Facilitator Team and/or Subject Matter Experts.
  • Programmes for registered nurses developed, coordinated and delivered by the Centre of Children’s Nurse Education.
  • Registration programmes delivered in partnership with CHI’s affiliated Higher Education Institutes, leading to registration as a Registered Children’s Nurse.
  • Specialist practice programmes in areas such as intensive care nursing and emergency nursing which are jointly delivered in partnership with the CCNE and our affiliated universities.
  • Nurses engaging in continuing professional development programmes or higher education programmes delivered by HEIs or other education providers, some of which lead to registration, e.g. Advanced Practice, Nurse Prescribing.

The documents included on this website are created by nurses in CHI and are intended to support the provision of a quality learning environment.  These guidelines are reviewed by the Nurse Education Committee of CHI at Crumlin and approved by the Director of Nursing.

Contact the Nursing Practice Development Unit for further information:

Tel : + 353 (0) 1 428 2884

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