Teaching

  • SHG262 Mentor and Assessor Preparation - Bronglais (October)

    This module will enable registered nurses or midwives to meet the NMC `Standard to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice¿ (2008) Stage 2 (Mentors) in order to mentor and assess students in clinical practice. Successful completion of this module would enable mentors, after 12 months experience in the role of a mentor, to access further preparation to achieve the knowledge, skills and competence to meet the NMC defined outcomes for a practice teacher (stage 3) or teacher (stage 4) of the framework to support learning and assessment in practice.

  • SHG3005 Care of the Person with Diabetes Mellitus

    The module provides health care professionals with the necessary knowledge and skills to enhance their care and management of the person with diabetes. The emphasis is on the health continuum, the prevention of potentially disabling complications and the promotion of a full and satisfying lifestyle.

  • SHG3021 Mentor and Assessor Preparation - Bronglais (October)

    This module will enable registered nurses or midwives to meet the NMC `Standard to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice¿ (2008) Stage 2 (Mentors) in order to mentor and assess students in clinical practice. Successful completion of this module would enable mentors, after 12 months experience in the role of a mentor, to access further preparation to achieve the knowledge, skills and competence to meet the NMC defined outcomes for a practice teacher (stage 3) or teacher (stage 4) of the framework to support learning and assessment in practice.

  • SHG325 Anaesthetic and Post Anaesthetic Care (PAC) Practitioner

    This module, which has been developed in collaboration with clinical staff, seeks to develop the student¿s knowledge and skills in caring for the patient during the anaesthetic and post anaesthetic care period. Throughout this module the student¿s ability to reflect critically upon their practice and develop evidenced based practice is emphasized. This module would be suitable for nurses or operating department practitioners who seek to develop their knowledge base as part of their continuing professional development.

  • SHG326 The Intra-operative Practitioner

    This module, which has been developed in collaboration with clinical staff, seeks to develop the student¿s knowledge and skills in caring for the patient during the intra-operative care period. Throughout this module the student¿s ability to reflect critically upon their practice and develop evidenced based practice is emphasised. This module would be suitable for nurses or operating department practitioners who seek to develop their knowledge base as part of their continuing professional development.

  • SHG331 Core Concepts in Peri-operative Practice

    The College of Human and Health Sciences has worked with the theatre specialist trainers in order to develop and approve a competency based training programme for qualified staff working in the operating theatre departments. The programme will be delivered in practice, with support from the University. The module will be work based incorporating achievement of identified clinical competencies and theoretical assessments.