Nursing BSc (Hons) Top UpCoventry University
£ 11.359 - (12.717 €)
- Bachelor's degree
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
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This course has two start dates: September 2015 and January 2016.
This course has a September and a January intake.
This course is aimed at international nurses who have completed their initial registration in their country of origin and wish to study nursing theory full-time at Coventry University for one year to achieve Nursing BSc (Hons).WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
This academic programme provides an opportunity to explore the knowledge base which underpins nursing practice and to share learning with nurses from other parts of the world. The Course comprises of five mandatory modules and one optional module. Successful completion of six modules will lead to the award of BSc (Hons) Nursing.
The educational aims of the programme are to:
- provide continuing professional education for nurses: this complements and enhances the academic content of their initial training course;
- increase the extent to which professional nursing practice in global healthcare is research based;
- critically and rigorously analyse the relevant literature: this underpins the evidence base of nursing;
- influence the strategic direction of patient care within one’s own field of practice at national and/or international level;
- facilitate continued professional development and the advancement of nursing practice.
The academic programme is studied full time, and is composed of five mandatory modules which focus on theoretical development.
Some of the theory modules include shared learning with UK resident diplomate level Registered Nurses, which is a great opportunity to debate and discuss health care from an international perspective. The mandatory modules are:
- Principles of Professional Nursing Practice (381CPD);
- Leadership and change in public service management (306CPD);
- Health Assessment Skills (354CPD);
- The Scope of Public Health (309CPD);
- Reviewing Research for Professional Practice (301CPD).
Principles of Professional Nursing Practice
This module is specifically designed to meet the needs of international nurses undertaking the BSc (Hons) Nursing. It recognises the particular needs regarding cultural, educational and professional acclimatisation. The focus of this module will be on the principles underpinning professional nursing practice, incorporating evidence-informed practice and developing the skills of lifelong learning as a professional requirement. It will concentrate on enhancing related skills including information technology and information literacy in preparing students for further learning.
Leadership and Change in Public Service Management
This module will examine current leadership and organisational theories in order to promote a critical appraisal of management principles applied top public service settings. The module is also designed to evaluate the role of public sector governance and how the use of quality improvement initiatives impact on the users experience.
Health Assessment Skills
This module is to introduce students to the knowledge, principles, skills and techniques, to support the undertaking of holistic assessment. The module is designed for students working in a variety of settings and whose assessments may lead up to establishing medical diagnosis.
The Scope of Public Health
This module aims to provide an understanding of the scope, nature and elements of multidisciplinary public health in order to increase awareness of the collective perspective in enhancing the health of populations. It will examine underpinning theory and its application to contemporary public health practice, including the issues surrounding health needs assessment in determining public health priorities for action.
Reviewing Research for Professional Practice
This module essentially enables students to examine a body of research evidence and develop skills in critically reviewing selected literature of relevance to health studies or professional practice. The conduct of the review will enable students to build upon and enhance their skills and knowledge base in research and project management. In so doing students will be prepared to foster research based innovation and change in practice. In turn, this has potential to underpin personal development, enhancement of information and knowledge resources and processes, along with improvements in quality within the student’s own practice setting."