Teenage/Young Adult Cancer Care StudyCoventry University
£ 644 - (719 €)
- Vocational qualification
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
Cosa impari in questo corso?
IT for adults
This 20 credit postgraduate level module is delivered by blended learning, meaning that students spend four days in the same classroom which is complemented by additional online learning activity by way of tutorials and group support.
The module is aimed at enhancing knowledge for the student who is looking to build their academic profile in the speciality.
The four full days (0900–1700hrs) are split over two periods and are delivered at Coventry University's Campus in Coventry. This module is co-taught with students on 378CPD Introduction to Teenage Cancer Care but is assessed differently and has different elearning webpages.
Additional Benefits: this module has been developed with leading experts in the field many of whom deliver teaching on the module. This module can be used within the Post Graduate Certificate in Teenage/Young Adult Cancer Care.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
- Academic credit for a named teenage cancer module;
- opportunity to network with fellow students in the speciality;
- access to experts in the field enhancing knowledge acquisition;
- opportunity to build to a full postgraduate award;
- provides networking opportunities to explore, discuss and share best practice nationally;
- enhanced IT skills/literacy/confidence;
- demonstrates compliance with Manual for Cancer Services: Teenagers and Young Adults Measures (NCAT 2011);
- individuals gain greater job satisfaction, which leads to a deeper commitment to delivery of services and patient care;
- staff can bring new knowledge and ideas into the work place, inspiring local changes.
The main themes are:
- teenagers/young adults in society;
- teenager/young adult cancers;
- teenager/young adult cancer care needs;
- assessment, psychosocial issues, communication needs;
- policy and service delivery;
- specific issues for teenagers/young adults with cancer;
- survivorship/living with and beyond cancer;
- palliative care;
- interprofessional working;
- professional boundaries.
The 4 full days (0900–1700hrs) are split over two periods and are delivered at Coventry University's Campus in Coventry. This module is co-taught with students on 378CPD Introduction to Teenage Cancer Care but is assessed differently and has different elearning webpages.
Classroom-based learning: 24/25 January 2017 and 28 February/1 March 2017, 9.00am to 5.00pm.
There is access to the Universities E-Learning unit flying squad for help with technical queries.
Discussion forums/blogs are moderated by tutors who monitor attendance and engagement.HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
A 4000 word paper that includes a critical evaluation of the topic selected.TEACHING CONTACT HOURS
Each module requires 200 hours' student effort with 20 tutor contact hours that are delivered through the 4 day attendance in the classroom. There are teaching materials available online for students to read through. The remaining time is self-directed."