Pathways into Nursing

Pathways into Nursing

Are you an aspiring RHN nurse?

The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) is a well-respected, national charitable hospital and research centre that provides specialist care to adults with complex brain injuries and neurological conditions. Our care spans the entire care pathway, from post-acute rehabilitation services to end-of-life care. We pride ourselves on caring for our patients as individuals, offering hope and practical and emotional support to them and their families.

We offer two pathways into nursing specifically designed for international nurses looking for work in the United Kingdom or newly qualified nurses looking to launch their careers.
RHN is a care provider for vulnerable patients at extreme risk. In consequence, safeguarding patients will always be our highest priority.

Preceptorship programme (for newly qualified nurses and nursing associates)

Our preceptorship programme is designed for newly qualified nurses and nurse associates. It supports them as they develop their confidence as an autonomous professional, refining their skills, values and behaviours as they work with highly experienced professionals in the RHN workforce.

International Nurses Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE) programme

Our OSCE training programme is for internationally trained nurses who need to go through the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registration process to obtain a license to practice in the United Kingdom.