HBM1202 - Anatomy and Physiology 2
|1.||Apply novice level evidence-based practice and clinical reasoning to focused assessments, associated symptoms and planning of care and evaluation using person-centred principles across the lifespan including people of diversity and different cultures;|
|2.||Demonstrate primary and secondary assessments used to identify the elements of clinical deterioration and timely reporting using documentation and clinical handover;|
|3.||Demonstrate accurate calculation of drug doses for safe medication administration;|
|4.||Identify common groups of medications and their related pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics; and|
|5.||Apply effective therapeutic communication skills with patients, families and intraprofessional and interprofessional healthcare teams to ensure the provision of safe quality care.|
|Other||Medication Calculation and Rights Test (hurdle)||0%|
|Assignment||Case Study (1500 words)||45%|
|Other||Part A: OSCA Physical assessment (30%) Part B: Self-assessment and reflection of their OSCA (25%) (400 words)||55%|
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