HNB2104 - Nursing and Acute Care 1
HNB2107 - Nursing Professional Practice 1
RBM2202 - Pathophysiology & Quality Use of Medicines 2
HNB2105 - Nursing and Mental Health 1
HNB2106 - Professional Practice 2
HBNB require HNB2104, HNB2105, RBM2202 and HNB2106 only. HBMA require HNB2104, HNB2107 and RBM2202 only.
|1.||Describe holistic assessment of individuals across the lifespan experiencing acute illness.|
|2.||Utilise evidence based practice to explain the interprofessional management of individuals experiencing endocrine, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, cancer and palliative care conditions.|
|3.||Demonstrate skills and knowledge in related clinical skills (e.g. NGT, stoma care, blood transfusions).|
|4.||Utilise evidence based practice in the management of complex wounds.|
|5.||Develop reflective practice skills with technical skill acquisition and clinical simulation.|
|Assignment||Written assessment (1000 words)||15%|
|Examination||OSCA (Objective, Subjective Clinical Assessment) (30 minutes)||15%|
|Examination||Written examination (2 hours)||70%|
|Other||Medication Calculation Assessment - (30 minutes)||0%|
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