Adult NursingAnglia Ruskin University
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- Cambridge (Inghilterra)
Cosa impari in questo corso?
IT for adults
Skills and Training
The aim of the course is to enable you to achieve the NMC proficiencies for entry to the professional register and to become a professional practitioner, who assumes the responsibilities and accountability of a registered nurse caring for adults. It will also allow you to develop and influence nursing practice, and to demonstrate mastery of the evidence base that underpins adult nursing.
- Fundamentals of Nursing
Planning Care for the Adult Patient
- Applied Research for Health Practice
- Long Term and End of Life Care
- Complexities of Acute Care
- Developments and Innovations in Health Care
- Leadership and Management
- Major Project
The learning and teaching strategy underpinning this course aims to ensure a student centred and enquiry based approach, which develops creative problem-solving abilities and thereby supports evidence-based practice. Evidence-based practice is an approach to learning that acknowledges the gradual acquisition of skills and knowledge over a period of time through practice and study. A key factor in this process is the facilitation of learning by the practice placement supervisors, sign-off mentors and educational facilitators.
This course uses a variety of assessment methods and techniques including:
- Literacy, Numeracy and Informatics
- Formal Examination
- Written Assignments
- Case Studies
Practice is assessed on a pass/fail basis and is designed to incorporate the essential skills clusters, skills proficiencies as well as aspects of interprofessional learning.