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Advanced practice:minor ailments management | HP7003X-PS | Level 7 | Credits 15 | 2020/21
Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
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Advanced practice:minor ailments management | HP7003X-PS | Level 7 | Credits 15 | 2020/21
Availability
10/02/2021 | Available
10/02/2021, 17/02/2021, 24/02/2021, 03/03/2021, 10/03/2021, 17/03/2021
** Applications will ordinarily close 28 days before start date of a course.

Description

*This module is for Paramedic Practice students only*

 

This module is designed for healthcare practitioners working towards advanced roles in primary care and community settings. It offers the opportunity for the practitioner to evaluate the key challenges underpinning NHS targets within the field of hospital avoidance and ambulatory care.

The course is also offered as an undergraduate award (level 6).

 

PreRequisites

Programme entry requirements. Students should:

•be registered health professionals with a minimum of 2 years post qualifying experience in a healthcare setting. 

•have identified a suitably qualified mentor and appropriate work setting for completion of the competence assessment document. 

Practitioners would benefit from undertaking ‘Clinical Reasoning in Physical Assessment:  Lifespan Perspectives’ (or the equivalent) before undertaking this module.

 

Advanced practice route

Applicants for this route will be required to meet all the following additional requirements: a minimum of two years full-time experience (or the equivalent in part-time hours) in health or social care employment be employed in a senior role demonstrate they are working in a practice setting which enables the achievement of the specialist compulsory module outcomes relating to the Advanced Practice competencies (Great Britain, Department of Health, 2010).

 

Assessment

Essay and competence assessment document

 

Learning Outcomes
  1. Demonstrates an in-depth knowledge of pathophysiology in the management of ailments.
  2. Critically consider the ethical and legal issues influencing decision making in the management of minor ailments.
  3. Critically examine constraints in risk management for discharge planning or referral to other agencies.
  4. Synthesise and evaluate existing theoretical discourses and practices to develop evidence based protocols.
  5. Critically explore multiprofessional working for effective management of minor injuries for hospital avoidance.

 

Who is the module for:

- Students should be registered health practitioners with a minimum of two years post qualifying experience in a healthcare setting who have identified a suitably qualified mentor and appropriate work setting for completion of the portfolio.
- Practitioners would benefit from undertaking the postgraduate module Clinical reasoning in physical assessment: lifespan perspectives (or the equivalent) before undertaking this module.

 

Course length: 5 Teaching Days

 

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Course Leader
Name: Naomi Murphy
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Price

Self Funding: £850.00

*Trust Commissioning and Trust Non-contract funding same price as above

Mode of Delivery
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