|1.||Investigate infectious processes and evaluate infectious control methods employed in a health care setting;|
|2.||Analyse risks involved in managing wounds that can complicate healing and cause adverse outcomes and provide management strategies;|
|3.||Assess and classify a variety of wounds;|
|4.||Present patient care plans in the role as dermal clinician for the assessment and management of wounds;|
|5.||Consult with health care professionals and coordinate referral to health practitioners in the care of clients with wounds;|
|6.||Adapt knowledge and treatment techniques within the scope of the dermal clinician to client scenarios.|
|Presentation||Oral Presentation (10-15 minutes, 1000 words)||20%|
|Practicum||Practical Assessment (45 minutes)||35%|
|Assignment||Written Assignment (2000 words)||45%|
Microbiology and infection control for health professionals 4th ed.
Bishop. P. & Lee. G. (2009)
Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education.
Wound Care: A collaborative practice manual for health professionals 4th ed.
Sussman. C & Bates-Jensen. B (2013)
Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.
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