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This is an introductory module that prepares students for work in the healthcare science clinical practice environment.
This is a core module for the Doctorate in Professional Practice. The module will enable students to explore the theory and principles of practitioner-research and critically reflect on their own practice within their workplace. The module will also systematically explore a range of methods for practitioner-research as well as the ethical issues associated with this.
This is core module for the Doctorate in Professional Practice. It offers students the opportunity to reflect critically on their own practice, identify research questions and design a proposal to conduct practitioner research within their own workplace. This module will also cover important aspects of research ethics and research governance with a focus on their own research based projects and applying for ethical approval.
The aim of this module is to equip students with the necessary skills for work based learning, including self assessment, construction of a learning contract and compilation of a portfolio of evidence. This is the first module for students wishing to pursue the Certificate in Higher Education (CertHE) in Enhanced Practice in Health Care and CertHE in Enhanced Practice in Social Care. It will introduce students to the principles of work based learning and the skills required to facilitate personal and practice development for themselves and for their colleagues.
This module aims to introduce students on the BSc (Hons) Professional Nursing Studies (2 Year Option) to core principles and the requirements for evidence based care that underpin nursing practice in the UK. The module will also introduce students to the principles of studying at a UK university and will identify relevant resources for, and approaches to, academic study.
This module aims to introduce students on the BSc (Hons) Professional Nursing Studies and the BSc (Hons) Professional Nursing Studies (2 Year Option) to the evidence base and core principles underpinning nursing in the UK. The module will also introduce students to the principles of studying at a UK university and will identify relevant resources for, and approaches to, academic study.
The purpose of this module is to provide a critical understanding of the research process and methodological approaches to sound applied research. The module will be delivered in a systematic approach facilitating individual and group learning, and will stimulate the development of research skills that will enable learners to apply them in their work environment and contribute to strengthening the notion and implementation of evidence based practice.
This module provides students with the opportunity to critically examine their role in relation to management and leadership issues. The focus will be on providing the student with knowledge and skills to enhance their practice.
This module will develop the studentsâ€¿ awareness of acute situations, identify and reduce associated risks and how to prioritise in nursing care in the field of childrenâ€¿s nursing. The module will further develop the studentsâ€¿ assessment, intervention and management skills underpinned by professional responsibility.
This module builds upon the knowledge and skills developed in part one of the programme. Students are required to critically explore the evidence for their own professional practice. Those students wishing to undertake the portfolio dissertation should have successfully completed a work based learning module.
This module enables the student to undertake a significant piece of academic enquiry concerning their development as an advanced practitioner. The student will use their own portfolio as data, critically examine this and produce a dissertation equivalent to 20,000 words.