Orthopaedic Nursing Academic Credits
|Location||Oswestry Orthopaedic Hospital|
This module runs over two terms within the academic year
Term 2 cont in 3 This course is expected to commence in January 2019, dates to be confirmed
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|Faculty||Faculty of Health Sciences|
The focus of this module is to develop the specialist knowledge and core skills required for the management and delivery of nursing and healthcare interventions to patients with a variety of orthopaedic and traumatic conditions within an intra and multidisciplinary team approach to care, in a range of settings
The module is 30 credits at level 6. Can be studied as a standalone module or part of a Degree programme. This module consists of theory and practice extending over two terms. The module will be delivered in a blended format, including 7 full days attendance and 1 tutorial day, online learning tasks, and clinical practice in the workplace. An extensive range of educational resources is available at Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry. You will be required to demonstrate analytical skills so your level of accountability, decision-making and change management is reflected in the quality of clinical expertise and excellence exhibited.
An awareness of the research process and the importance of evidence-based practice are essential to meet the assessment criteria for this level of work.
This module consists of theory and practice extending over two terms and is designed to underpin theory and application of skills in orthopaedic practice to give students a specialist knowledge and core skills required for the management and delivery of nursing interventions to patients with a variety of orthopaedic and traumatic conditions within an intra-multidisciplinary team approach to care, in a range of settings.
Can be studied as a stand alone module or part of a Degree. Entry requirements include 12 months post registration experience in the orthopaedic specialty.
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