护理学士课程

護理學士課程

  • 大学联合招生计划
  • 本地非联招/国际本科生招生计划
学位
  • 这是一项为期五年的全日制及学分制荣誉课程,学生修毕课程后,将获香港中文大学颁予护理学士学位。
修读模式
  • 全日制:五年
  • 学生可因应过往获取的资历,申请具认可学历入读本课程。
课程简介

此课程旨在培育学生成为香港护士管理局的普通科注册护士,在现时高科技及多元化的医疗体系中,为病人提供优质护理,促进公众健康。本课程的主要范围涵盖生物及行为科学、健康维持与促进、护理实务和理论、护理科研及资讯科技。学生亦可透过到社区及医院实习,汲取照顾病人的经验。

课程结构

本课程设计完善,各学年的课程内容紧密相扣,以帮助学生建立稳固的理论及知识基础,培育其成为专业护理人才。课程从知识与技能培训著手,内容涵盖全方位护理,包括基础护理以至为有复杂健康问题的患者提供的个人化护理。

学生须修读医学院基础课程内四个学科,以及本课程四十个主修学科(共112学分)。

入学资格

大学联合招生计划
透过香港中学文凭考试成绩申请入学之最低要求如下:

  • 中国语文及英国语文考获3级;及
  • 数学(必修部分)及通识教育考获2级;及
  • 两项选修科目 (其中一科以生物、化学、组合科学、综合科学或物理较优先) 考获3级

本地非联招/国际本科生招生计划
申请者需备有中文书写及广东话对答的能力,及以香港中学文凭考试成绩以外的资历申请入学:

  • GCE高级程度会考/国际高级程度会考 (三科高级程度科目/ 两科高级程度科目+ 两科高级补充程度科目); 或
  • 国际文凭大学预科课程; 或
  • 持有在香港以外国家/地区认可并足资入读该有关地区大学之学历; 或
  • 副学士/高级文凭学历。

(详情请浏览以下网址:http://admission.cuhk.edu.hk/non-jupas-yr-1/requirements.html)

就业前景及进修

中大那打素护理学院在过去二十五年培育了超过五千名毕业生。本院的护理本科毕业生可在医院或小区医护机构担任注册护士(普通科),从事包括但不限于外科护理、内科护理、儿科护理、肿瘤护理、骨科护理、紧急护理或基层健康护理的工作;更可接受专科培训,如助产护理。另外,取得优异成绩的毕业生可进修研究院课程,然后晋升成为专科护士、顾问护师、临床经理、院务主任或教学人员。多年来,本院毕业生不但就业前景良好,在个人的护理职业发展上亦表现卓越,当中不少成为业界独当一面的领袖,对香港的医护发展贡献良多。

学院藉二十五周年院庆,颁发杰出校友奖予在医护、社会服务或其他个别范畴取得卓越成就,以及对社会作出积极贡献的校友。

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义工服务

中大那打素护理学院致力培育发扬矜悯为怀精神的护理专才。护理学士课程的同学积极参与各式各样的义务工作及小区服务。部分同学不单参与义务工作,更投入组织与策划小区服务。

护理学院院会义工服务
每年,护理学院院会竭力为护理学同学提供不同类型的义务工作机会,包括小区健康检查、探访儿童之家及老人院等。

近期义工服务:

「香港中文大学医学院小区健康及药物安全外展队」

香港中文大学医学院小区健康及药物安全外展队(简称「外展队 」) 于二零一三年成立,旨在向社会大众推广健康及药物安全知识。截至二零一七年十月,「外展队 」已于全港各区服务了超过一万三千位市民。我们邀请了两位参加「外展队」的护理学同学与大家分享他们难忘的义工体验以及参与义务工作的得着。

护理学士课程五年级学生罗映墀同学和三年级学生黄恩乐同学的分享

 

学生交换计划

学生交换计划是护理学士课程的一个主要选修科目,约有一半应届毕业生有机会参加此计划到境外大学交流学习,为期二至三个星期,目的是加深学生对内地及海外不同国家的护理及医疗卫生系统的认识,并亲身体验各地文化,增进对不同护理教育与护理实践方法的了解。学院会赞助75%的机票及住宿费用,以及旅程中所有预先安排的讲课和实习参观费用。

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学生大使计划

那打素护理学院一向视学生为最重要的学院成员及人力资源,为了进一步加强与同学的联系,以及提升同学的领导才能,学院于2008年9月推出学生大使计划。这计划的主要目的是:

  • 加强同学与学院之间的了解与合作
  • 增进同学在推广学院及护理专业方面的热诚及能力
  • 发掘同学的领导才能,并增强其自信心
  • 提升同学的沟通与演说技巧及组织活动的能力
  • 扩阔同学的视野,并促进他们对护理、教育及社会的了解

​学院每年从护理学士课程各级学生当中,招收二十多名充满干劲热诚的同学成为学院的学生大使,并为他们举办多项促进学术及专业发展的培训活动,鼓励他们积极参与此计划。

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护理学会—学生分享

SIN Cheuk Pong, Bongo (President of CUHK Nursing Society)

Hi everyone! I am the President of the 24th Nursing Society, CUHK. A year has already passed and many precious memories were created.

Since last year, a number of events and activities have been organised successfully. We have tried our best in organising the Inauguration Ceremony, the Spring Dinner, the Health Check for the aged and the Orientation Camp, to name but a few.

I would like to express my gratitude to CUHK Nethersole School of Nursing for always being so supportive to our activities, and also to the professors, teachers and students of the BNurs programme for their active participation. Certainly these activities would not have been that successful without their support and participation!

Welcome all Year 1 and senior-year intake BNurs students to our nursing family, which is filled with love, care and happiness. We are going to organise a singing context and several other events soon. Please feel free to join! 

  

CHAN Kei Lam, Kary (President of Shaw College Nursing Society)

It is my pleasure to be a nursing student at CUHK, where I can learn professional skills and develop passionate attitude for my future career. I am so grateful for the opportunity to study in the Nethersole School of Nursing with supportive teachers and classmates.

Being the President of the Nursing Society was a new but enjoyable challenge for me in the first year of my university life. It’s never an easy task to coordinate with 8 committee members who have different personalities and different ways in handling problems. We knew nothing about each other at the beginning; but fortunately with concerted efforts, we finished all the tasks and overcame all the obstacles with laughter and tears. Throughout the year, many events such as the Valentine’s Day Charity Sale, the College Photo Day and community services were organised by our Nursing Society. These events helped me catch a glimpse of the glamorous university life and taught me to bear the responsibility to serve. For example, we worked together overnight preparing food and decorations for over 70 graduates on the College Photo Day. It was a tough job but still we were delightful especially when seeing the smiley faces of the students, making all our hard work worthwhile! Perhaps this is the reason motivating us to join the Nursing Society to serve the nursing students of our college.

It is my honour to take up the role of the President of the Nursing Society and learn to be a mature leader capable of dealing with different challenges and maintaining good interpersonal relationships with other people. I’ll never regret for the decision I have made, which indeed provides me with a golden opportunity to broaden my horizons and become a better me. I am eager to share my valuable learning experience and pass on the Nethersole spirit to students in the coming year.

   

CHIU Long Yi, Maki (President of Chung Chi College Nursing Society)

Hello! I am Maki Chiu, the President of the Chung Chi College Nursing Society. Looking back on what our Society has achieved in the past year, I can feel a strong sense of pride and accomplishment in my heart. If you ask me, “What would you consider as the most demanding thing in your university life?” My answer, undoubtedly, is being the leader of the student society. Being the President, not only do I need to get along with my fellow committee members, but I also have to know their abilities and strengths for effective allocation of work. In the beginning, we didn’t know each other very well. But after successfully organising several activities together, we have built up a closer relationship with each other. The memories of the Spring Dinner, the College Photo Day and the Orientation Camp are still vivid in my mind. Externally, I need to touch base and liaison with nursing societies of different colleges. Maintaining a good relationship with them is crucial in uniting all nursing students together. I have had a fruitful year and with all these experiences, I have become a more mature and considerate person.

Being considerate, passionate and cooperative is essential for our future career, not to mention being a professional nurse. I have never regretted making such a leap, and I sincerely hope that all of you can join us.

    

IP Mau Him, Vson (President of United College Nursing Society) 

Being the President of the United College Nursing Society is a little step to enrich my university life at the start. Many people asked me, “Why did you choose to be the President?” I answered, “When you take one more step, you can see one more thing–this is the reason I want to try.” 
So, what have I learnt in this role? 

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” — Helen Keller
 
Our Society has a role in organising various activities and services for nursing students, such as the Valentine’s Day Charity Sale, the College Photo Day and community services for older adults. Problems and difficulties emerged abruptly in the planning and implementation process. Hence, it would not have been possible to smoothly run the events without my 13 supportive committee members putting their heads together. Everyone has their own strengths and abilities that are worth learning or referencing. It is an arduous journey, but it gives me lots of precious memories and joyful moments. 

Hardship is good for personal growth. 
  
People tend to escape from difficulties which, however, are key to unleash our potential. Being the President, I must get my ducks in a row and get the show on the road even in stressful situations. All these difficulties enhance my resilience and mental toughness. 

I am very pleased with these golden experiences and moments that define my character today. It is my honour to study at CUHK and be a part of the Nethersole School of Nursing. 

  

LAU Yin Hei, Ryan (President of Lee Woo Sing College Nursing Society)

Hi! I am Ryan, the President of the Lee Woo Sing College Nursing Society. It is my pleasure to be one of the students in the Nethersole School of Nursing as well as the Lee Woo Sing College. It is particularly challenging to take up the president role as I did not have much leadership experience in my secondary years. I would say it is really a precious chance for me to learn and experience more after entering CUHK. 

One of the most important and valuable things that we learnt during the year is how to organise an event successfully. It is not easy to hold an event, no matter the scale, as you have to prepare lots of materials and resources beforehand, such as sending invitation emails, purchasing materials for decoration, etc. During the event, you need to deal with lots of unexpected circumstances and make sure that the whole event is on schedule. We have learnt how to run a programme smoothly, which is also one of the prerequisites for being a nurse, who needs to ensure that every action taken in the hospital is accurate and on schedule. 

On the other hand, being the President of the Society, I have learnt how to cooperate and communicate with other committee members. During meetings, I initiated and led discussion with consideration of each member’s views and opinions. All these helped improve my communication skills which are also critical for a nurse.

I am proud to be a student of the Nethersole School of Nursing. The experience is really invaluable and I look forward to my school life in the coming years.  

   

WONG Tsz Him, Alvin (President of New Asia College Nursing Society)

It is my pleasure to be a nursing student here as the School nurtures our professional knowledge and practical skills. Moreover, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to the School, teachers, and fellow classmates for giving me unforgettable memories in the first year.

Being the President of the New Asia College Nursing Society is challenging but delightful. It is my honour to have a group of dedicated committee members working together and supporting me all the way. Throughout the year, we organised a range of events for nursing students of our college, such as the College Photo Day, the Valentine’s Day Charity Sale and the Spring Dinner. Through these events we have not only gained valuable experiences, but also developed strong bonding between committee members. We’ll always treasure these experiences though we all have encountered difficulties during the course.

If I had not been admitted to CUHK Nursing, I would not have had the opportunity to be trained as a professional nurse, as well as to develop myself as a mature leader by taking up the role of the President of the Nursing Society. My learning experience at CUHK Nursing is so invaluable and I cannot wait to start another amazing year at the School!

I will try my very best to pass on the Nethersole spirit to the newly admitted students in the coming year. I sincerely hope that every nursing student can have a fruitful and treasurable study life at CUHK.

   

毕业生分享
Chan Chun Hong, King 陈俊匡
(2018 Graduate of Bachelor of Nursing)Studying nursing in CUHK was a fruitful and memorable journey, thanks to the people I have met and the opportunities I have been given.To all the teaching staff, thank you for your support along the way. Whenever I faced difficulties in learning or clinical practice, I could always openly discuss them with you. I still vividly remember how daunting it was during our first clinical placement and final exam of Total Client Care (TCC). Fortunately, your invaluable advice has guided me through this intellectually challenging yet rewarding process. You have not only equipped me to be a competent nurse through evidence-based learning, but also reinforced the core values of nursing: care and compassion. I will always remember to care for my patients’ holistic wellbeing.

I am also grateful for all the opportunities The Nethersole School of Nursing has given me: joining an exchange programme to Beijing, attending nursing conferences, participating in community and research projects. These experiences have enabled me to gain a glimpse of the various career paths that I may embark on to serve the community, both within and beyond the clinical environment. While studying in the vibrant campus of CUHK, I have met friends from diverse backgrounds and built friendships that would last forever.

After graduation, I hope to contribute to the School through the Nursing Alumni Association and serve the community as a healthcare professional.

Chan Wing Man, Jasmine 陈泳雯
(2018 Graduate of Bachelor of Nursing)

Time flies and my university life has come to an end. I would like to express my deepest gratitude to my alma mater for making my past 5 years wonderful and fruitful.

Thanks to CUHK, I gained experience of working as a nurse in health education and promotion. I was a Campus Health Ambassador and responsible for launching health promotion projects at school; I joined a trip to Xi’an and exchanged ideas on health education, promotion strategies as well as ideal healthcare system with local university students in the healthcare fields.

Thanks to The Nethersole School of Nursing, I broadened my horizons and extended my knowledge of nursing professions in different territories. I have been to Beijing to learn about the nursing development in China via visiting NGOs and hospitals; I have been to Wakayama to gain first-hand experience in Japanese nursing education via attending local nursing lectures and tutorials.

Thanks to Wu Yee Sun College, I utilised my nursing and communication skills in service-learning programmes. In Sichuan, I conducted health assessments and delivered lessons on health topics to local primary school pupils. In Cambodia, I interacted with local children in the AIDS orphanage and hostels for the physically handicapped. In Yunnan, I designed exercises for the senior citizens in the old age home.

Every end is always a new beginning. Thanks to CUHK, The Nethersole School of Nursing and Wu Yee Sun College, I have equipped myself with a solid foundation in nursing, from knowledge, skills to insights. I am now getting ready to set sail on my new nursing journey, strive hard and fly high in the sky!

Chu Hoi Yi 朱恺懿
(2017 Graduate of Bachelor of Nursing)I am Chu Hoi Yi who graduated from the Bachelor of Nursing Programme in 2017. It has always been my pleasure to be nurtured in the cradle of professional nurses, especially in CUHK. Unfailing support from my School and the University has offered possibilities to each student for his/her own fruitful university experience. Being a student ambassador, I have been given ample opportunities to explore myself, realise potentials, and unleash excellence in leadership. Exposure to local and international nursing events has provided me with insights into the state-of-the-art and current development and culture of nursing worldwide.Besides, I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincerest gratitude to all the experienced teaching staff for their passion in cultivating the next generation of nurses. Nursing is an art and science far more than only compassion. This programme has well paved the way for me not only by evidence-based knowledge, practical skills and core nursing values, but also diverse pathways for further professional development after graduation.Looking back on my undergraduate years, the incredible moments that I experienced in CUHK nursing are beyond words, which will be engraved in my mind forever and ever. I will never forget how the seniors supported me during my highs and lows. Be one of us to share our excellence, joy and virtues!
Lau Chi Wah 刘智华
(2017 Graduate of Bachelor of Nursing)

I am really grateful for being a member of CUHK Nursing in the past five years, for which I experienced a fruitful university life here.

Thanks to all the teachers in the Nethersole School of Nursing, I could learn professional nursing skills and knowledge step by step. I could feel that every teacher cared about their students so much as I received strong support from them, which well prepared me to become a nurse now. The care and the love of my teachers inspired me to be passionate in teaching a nurse learner. If I have the opportunity to become a mentor of a nurse learner in my future career, I wish I would try my best to teach them with a passionate heart, just like what I experienced from my teachers in my university life.

Studying in CUHK was a memorable experience. We were provided with ample opportunities to meet people from other majors or different backgrounds, which greatly broadened my horizons. I made so many good friends from different disciplines throughout my university life to share each other’s highs and lows in the job.

Although I graduate from CUHK now, this is not the end of my connection with the School, as the CUHK Nursing Alumni Association helps me to establish contact with experienced nurses graduated from CUHK.

I wish I would try my every effort to serve the community with compassion!

Mac Hiu Tung 莫晓彤
(2014 Graduate of Bachelor of Nursing)

“Nurses are ubiquitous angels that take care of you from cradle to grave.  I am lucky enough to have engaged in this profession and proud to be a student of the CUHK.  Throughout my undergraduate studies, I have experienced a lot as a student ambassador.  I could hardly forget the moment when I stepped into the campus as a freshman.  My panic feeling was soon relieved by the passion and hospitality of the seniors.  Thanks to the endless support from my School and the faculty, I have been given an array of invaluable opportunities to stretch my leadership potentials and unleash my unexplored talents.  Compassionate heart and holistic care could merely describe nursing for the meaning is far beyond observation.  From beads of sweat to tears of joy, this inspiring environment has not only taught me a set of skills, but also left me with a lot of unforgettable memories of the nice people and her beautiful landscape.”

Law Wai Yin 罗蔚延
(2012 Graduate of Bachelor of Nursing)

“"Care” is the essence of nursing. Practicing with a pair of deft hands (skills), a brilliant mind (knowledge) and a caring heart (empathy) has been strongly emphasized throughout the years of study. These qualities are essential for delivering holistic and compassionate care to clients, and for preparing me to become a professional and competent nurse.”

Chiang Wai Kit Wilson 蒋伟杰
(2001 Graduate of Bachelor of Nursing; Chairperson of the CUHK Nursing
Alumni Association; APN of Prince of Wales Hospital)

“I am Wilson, an APN in the Department of Medicine and Therapeutics of the Prince of Wales Hospital. I was graduated from the Bachelor of Nursing programme of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2001. The programme has broadened my intellectual horizons and sharpened my professional nursing skills. It has provided me with opportunities to develop a mindset for reflective and critical thinking, and strong skills in strategic and systematic analysis. These skills are particularly useful when handling complicated situations in my daily work. You will find it a fantastic experience of studying in this programme!