A nursing diploma and a Nursing BSc program, both with specialties in adult, children's or mental health nursing, and a BSc in midwifery are available from City University's St. Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery. Undergraduate and doctoral programs, and graduate level study leading to MSc/Postgraduate Diplomas in advanced professional practice, gastrointestinal nursing, advancing women's healthcare, advancing cancer nursing practice, community health, nursing research and primary care nursing with specialist practitioner qualification are offered by King's College London's Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery. Two routes to qualification as a registered nurse at the degree or diploma level – a BSc(Hons) adult nursing/registered nurse, which focuses on adult nursing, and a diploma of higher education nursing/registered nurse with BSc(Hons) top-up, which enables students to specialize in adult, children's, mental health or learning disabilities nursing – are available from Kingston University.
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London is one of Europe's most exciting capital cities, attracting a constant stream of new residents. This increases the demand for healthcare, making nursing a critical profession in the London area. While many nurses work within England's National Health Service, there are also opportunities for employment in independent hospitals, home care and hospice settings. Add the high density of colleges and universities, and you'll find that London offers numerous nursing education and career options.
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