|1.||Investigate issues related to ageing and chronic disease;|
|2.||Propose current health prevention approaches, models and strategies that can improve patient outcomes;|
|3.||Critically analyse the theory underpinning physical, social and psychosocial effects of ageing and chronic disease and life limiting illness, and the effects on quality of life;|
|4.||Investigate care coordination and self-management in the context of quality, safety and risk in varied health contexts;|
|5.||Critically review patient self-management programs and their implementation in health care;|
|6.||Advocate, communicate and maximise evidence-based nursing care for older persons living with a chronic disease and their families and carers; and|
|7.||Explore and deliberate interdisciplinary and collaborative practice and promote health care partnerships.|
|Assignment||Interdisciplinary and collaborative practice in ageing and chronic disease (500 words)||10%|
|Case Study||Working collaboratively within interprofessional teams (2500 words)||50%|
|Assignment||The need for self-care (2000 words)||40%|
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