Paediatric Complex; Life Limiting; End of Life CareCoventry University
£ 750 - (840 €)
- Vocational qualification
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
Cosa impari in questo corso?
Skills and Training
Skills and Training
This module aims to assist health care practitioners and paramedics to understand the care required by children and their families when faced with a complex, end of life or life threatening illness.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
The module offers students the opportunity to develop skills in the recognition and management of the complexity of palliative care, end of life and life limiting conditions emergencies in children.
You will explore and examine a range of subjects including critically analysing faith and cultural issues and the impact they have on palliative care, end of life and life limiting conditions and emergencies.
- How effective communication can enhance the patient journey through palliative care, end of life and life limiting conditions.
- Pain assessment and management for palliative care, end of life and life limiting conditions and emergencies.
- The cultural, legal, administrative and practical requirements for preserving dignity in the death of a child.
- The technical skills associated with complex and palliative, end of life care such as locked, dislodged tubes and lines, tracheostomy care and management, parenteral feeding, management of the child with sepsis.
- The legal, professional and ethical issues associated with organ donation in children.
The module is delivered via a web based learning tool cited on Coventry University’s web platform. Audio-visual presentations and other resources will be available on the university intranet to supplement your learning.HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Coursework is aimed at developing skills which will enhance your practice knowledge and management of the child with palliative care, end of life and life limiting care needs. You will develop problem solving, decision making, and analytical skills for practice. Writing about elements of your practice, is seen as an essential aspect of this course and it will enable you to become a confident, evidence based and reflective practitioner.TEACHING CONTACT HOURS
Student activity comprises 198 hours of self-directed learning with 2 hours of coursework assessment support/advice."