HNB2008 - Contemporary Nursing C
|1.||Critique the evidence and models of chronic care informing nursing care and intraprofessional and interprofessional collaboration for individuals, family and communities;|
|2.||Appraise the person-centred approach in the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of habilitation, rehabilitation, supportive and palliation phases, in individuals with long term or chronic illness across the lifespan;|
|3.||Exemplify the importance of engaging in culturally appropriate, safe and sensitive communication that facilitates trust and building of respectful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, other cultures and people of diversity and their families who are confronted with chronic illness;|
|4.||Appraise the pathophysiology, pharmacotherapeutics and quality use of medicines in management of persons with chronicity and justify decision-making and nursing management in the safe use of medications; and|
|5.||Critically review the core values and principles of continuing and palliative care, including therapeutic and intraprofessional and interprofessional communication, digital health approaches, legal and ethical dilemmas, and legislative requirements for end of life care.|
|Test||Online weekly quizzes (4)||20%|
|Assignment||Oral Group Case Study Presentation (10%) and Individual Written Work (750 words, 15%)||25%|
|Assignment||Case study with Care Plan (equivalent 2,000 Words)||55%|
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