Assessment of Patients with Minor Injuries

Overview

Are you a health professional looking to expand your knowledge on the assessment of children and adults with minor injuries? Join the experts at Staffordshire University and get the latest tools you need to make informed decisions in clinical environments.

With us, you’ll explore the principles of clinical and musculoskeletal assessment, alongside the underlying physiology associated with adults and children with minor injuries, allowing you to make informed and professional decisions in the workplace. You will be able to focus on specific areas of clinical assessment, including the examination and assessment of upper and lower limb injuries, wounds, ENT complains, eye injuries and minor head injuries.

This module will be tailored to your own professional needs, taking into consideration your current clinical roles, keeping you up to date with aspects of professional accountability, guidelines and protocols, legal and ethical issues, appropriate documentation, competence, and patient group directions.

Delivery method

Scheduled Learning and teaching activities (40 hours) - lectures, skills practice, assignment tutorials, group work, problem-based learning.

Guided Independent Study (110 hours) 35 hours reading, study and blackboard, 35 hours assignment preparation.

Academic credits
15
Delivery method
On campus
Location
Centre for Health Innovation Stafford

Entry requirements

A qualified and registered healthcare professional. Students must be clinically based (with appropriate liability insurance provision, in employment, or have an honorary contract) and have the written support of their manager who will support the student to achieve protected time for classroom-based learning. 

Fees

£652.50

How to apply

Please email healthyop@staffs.ac.uk

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