An Integrated Approach to Adult Congenital Heart Disease M29CPDCoventry University
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- Vocational qualification
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
Cosa impari in questo corso?
IT for adults
Due to the increasing need of professionals to assist people with congenital heart disease to live life to their full potential, this module aims to employ an integrative approach to the care of adults with congenital heart disease and emphasises the importance of palliative care and quality of life. The module will provide students with an opportunity to learn an in-depth understanding of the physical, psychological, social and cultural issues that these adults face.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
- The module will be delivered entirely online, which will allow for flexible student engagement;
- lectures for this module will be given by experts in the field via web conference;
- this module incorporates an inter-professional learning component, which builds upon the University’s IPL experience.
- The history of adult congenital heart disease;
- macro and micro factors that influence service provision for this particular client group;
- indicators of health and the effect of these on adults with congenital heart disease;
- the cultural, social, physical and psychological factors affecting this particular client group;
- how to examine concepts such as quality of life, palliative care, end of life and bereavement care for this client group and their families.
This module will use a web based learning approach with approximately 90% of learning occurring online. The module will be delivered mainly through online discussion forums, online tutorials, inter-professional online activities and sharing best practice with peers nationally and internationally.HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Coursework 1: 1500 word Development of an E-learning Object (50% of module mark)
Coursework 2: 3000 word Case Analysis (50% of module mark).TEACHING CONTACT HOURS
Guided student activity – 40 hours
Self-guided student activity – 160 hours
Total activity – 200 hours"