HBM1001 - Anatomy and Physiology 1 and
HNB1001 - Professional Nurse or Midwife
|1.||Apply novice level evidence-based practice and clinical reasoning in relation to the assessment, planning, prevention, management and evaluation of strategies of common areas of clinical risk including infection, falls, and pressure injuries, to ensure positive health outcomes for the individual across the lifespan;|
|2.||Initiate focused assessments to determine functional status of patients to provide physical and psychological comfort and care using a person-centred care approach;|
|3.||Demonstrate novice level intraprofessional and interprofessional communication including patient care documentation, handover and therapeutic communication, as elements of safe effective care; and|
|4.||Demonstrate numeracy skills for future drug calculations to ensure safe practice.|
|Case Study||Case study (1200 words)||45%|
|Other||Part A: Poster Presentation (in pairs; 500 words) Part B: Individual evidence based written assessment on a clinical risk from poster (500 words)||40%|
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