This module provides an introduction to core nursing concepts, such as law, ethics, research, numeracy and health promotion. Completion of this module will empower the student to participate effectively in the delivery of healthcare practice. And the student will have the opportunity to undertake a range of clinically focussed skills appropriate to their relevant professional body. This core module also addresses key areas in study development using a variety of learning strategies to ensure the student can effectively acquire and utilise knowledge.
This module will introduce the student to normal anatomy and physiology, key sociological and psychological concepts and principles of health promotion. Completion of this module supports the student in acquiring the knowledge to apply understanding of abnormal physiology to patient physical states. Through a variety of learning strategies the student is supported to appreciate how health education and health promotion can have a positive effect upon patient wellbeing.
The aim of the module is to equip health and social care professionals to respond to the physical health needs of adults with mental health problems, as this client group has high levels of morbidity and mortality. The module aims to better equip staff to work between primary and secondary care to ensure that the range of health needs are met. During the module there will be opportunities for staff to develop physical healthcare assessment skills and engage in health promotion strategies. The module may be taken as a stand-alone module or as part of the BSc Mental Disorder pathway.
The module is intended to allow nurses to study the theoretical and practical aspects of the contemporary role of the nurse. Students will learn how the structure of NHS settings has changed in the last few years to make it easier for health care professionals, and in particular nurses, to deliver continuously high standards of care. This module is suitable for: ¿ Qualified nurses and health visitors (HVs)whose registration has lapsed to return to practice in line with the PREP Standards (NMC, 2011) ¿ Qualified nurses whose registration is subject to sanctions imposed by the NMC and are required by the NMC to undertake the return to practice programme. (The Nursing and Midwifery Order, 2001) ¿ EU & EEA qualified nurses to register in the UK in line with Registering as a nurse or midwife in the UK (NMC, 2011). ¿ Registered nurses / HVs seeking to update and refresh their skills and knowledge. ¿ Registered nurses / HVs identified by their employer as requiring an update to refresh their skills and knowledge.
The aim of the module is to equip health and social care professionals to respond to the physical health needs of adults with mental health problems, as this client group has high levels of morbidity and mortality. The module aims to better equip staff to work between primary and secondary care to ensure that the range of health needs are met. During the module there will be opportunities for staff to develop physical healthcare assessment skills and engage in health promotion strategies.
Athroniaeth y modiwl craidd hwn yw'r gred bod datblygiad parhaus yn sail i ymarfer proffesiynol. Drwy gydol eu bywydau proffesiynol, mae angen i nyrsys cymwys fod yn gyfrifol am eu dysgu a'u datblygiad eu hunain. Er mwyn cyflawni hyn, mae angen iddynt allu adnabod eu hanghenion dysgu a datblygu, a llunio strategaethau priodol i'w diwallu. Mae datblygu'n cynnwys agweddau personol a phroffesiynol oherwydd nad oes modd gwahanu'r ddwy agwedd. Mae'r modiwl hwn yn seiliedig ar gynnwys modiwlau eraill yn y flwyddyn a phrofiadau ymarfer er mwyn datblygu cysyniad ymarfer proffesiynol. Bydd myfyrwyr yn dangos yr hyn y maent wedi'u dysgu drwy greu portffolio a thestun cyfansawdd.
This module will enable students to develop the evidence based knowledge, skills and professional values required to assess and manage complex care in deteriorating situations. This module uses a variety of contemporary learning approaches to develop knowledge and skills in managing complex care needs, collaborating with the multidisciplinary team, appraising best evidence for nursing practice and the comprehensive and systematic assessment of patients / service users with complex needs.