Mr Neil Hore
Senior Lecturer
Interprofessional Studies
Telephone: (01792) 513087
Room: Office - 205
Second Floor
Vivian Building
Singleton Campus

Teaching

  • SHC314 Introduction to Pathology and Therapeutics for Health Scientists

    This module builds upon existing scientific and clinical knowledge, carrying on the progression to application of knowledge to the clinical environment. Pharmacological aspects of care and management will be incorporated. Students will be encouraged to scrutinize their own practice and discuss rationales for patient management by applying their knowledge of pharmacology and pathophysiology via group presentations.

  • SHE100 Foundations in Human Anatomy and Physiology and Common Medical Conditions

    This module is designed to meet the specific needs of students on the Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE) in Paramedic Science for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). The module assumes no prior knowledge of the subject material and provides an overview of the structure and function of each organ system. The module enhances material delivered in lead lectures and makes use of the pre-existing Visual Bioscience software developed by the College.

  • SHE214 Planning and Evaluating Paramedic Care

    This module further develops paramedic skills with particular emphasis on care of medical and trauma emergencies.

  • SHN3059 Managing Complex Care in Rapidly Changing Situations (Mental Health)

    This module aims to give an overview of specialist aspects of mental health nursing practice, especially when care can be considered complex and situations rapidly change. The module also aims to give a greater insight into the application of legal, ethical and professional issues to practice. This module draws on the content of modules within Years 1 and 2 and experiences in practice to consolidate the knowledge, skills and attitude for professional practice in the field of mental health nursing.

  • SHNM00 Introduction to Nursing (Adult)

    This module will enable students to develop the knowledge, skills and professional values that underpin safe, effective, evidence-based practice. A range of teaching methods will be used to develop fundamental nursing skills including, bio science, infection prevention and control, moving and handling; vital signs; recognition and response to abnormal parameters; nursing documentation; therapeutic management of aggression and de-escalation; fundamental care delivery; basic life support; and introduction to medicines management. Students will learn about historical and contemporary nursing practices and explore how nursing will develop in the future.