Gwybodaeth Modiwlau

Cod y Modiwl
NY10900
Teitl y Modiwl
Arddangos Ymarfer Nyrsio
Blwyddyn Academaidd
2023/2024
Cyd-gysylltydd y Modiwl
Semester
Semester 1 (Dysgwyd dros 2 semester)
Staff Eraill sy'n Cyfrannu

Manylion y cyrsiau

 

Dulliau Asesu

Math o Assessiad Manylion / Hyd Assessiad Cyfran
Asesiad Ailsefyll Reflective essay  Reflective essay on feedback from clinical practice 2000 Words  50%
Asesiad Ailsefyll 800 Awr   Continuous clinical assessment  50%
Asesiad Semester 800 Awr   Continuous clinical assessment  50%
Asesiad Semester Reflective essay  Reflective essay on feedback from clinical practice 2000 Words  50%

Canlyniadau Dysgu

Wedi cwblhau'r modiwl dylai'r myfyrwyr fedru:

describe the qualities associated with being an accountable professional

draw on strategies to deliver specific health promotion strategies

identify fundamental service user needs and plan person centred holistic nursing care

deliver safe, compassionate effective nursing care and evaluate efficacy against individual service user outcomes

implement delivery of nursing care, working effectively with teams to coordinate care for individual service users

describe current strategies used to monitor the safety and quality of care

Disgrifiad cryno

The Level 4 programme is similar to a Foundation Year. Students study 120 credits (over two years/part time). The students will work across primary, community and social care sectors. The programme is mapped to the first year of the BSc Nursing degree, but the structure and mode of delivery will be different. The programme will be delivered as a blended and work-based learning with a commitment that students will be released for 15 hours per during theory modules, attending campus once a week (7½hrs), with an additional day (7½hrs) allocated as self-directed learning.
On successful competition, students receive a HE Cert and can credit transfer onto Level 5 (second year BSc Adult or Mental Health Nursing) part-time pathway of the pre-registration nursing degrees (subject to the number of places available and successful application process.

Cynnwys

Whilst this programme doesn’t require NMC professional approval, students on successful competition will receive a HE Cert and can credit transfer onto Level 5 (second year BSc Adult or Mental Health Nursing) part-time pathway of the pre-registration nursing degrees (subject to the number of places available and successful application process), therefore the content is reflective of professional regulatory NMC requirements.

Mapping of future nurse proficiencies and annexe skills and procedures The Nursing and Midwifery Council (2018) Standards of proficiency for registered nurses identify the proficiencies, communication and relationship management skills and nursing procedures a student nurse must be able to demonstrate to enter the NMC professional register as a Registered Nurse Graduate.

The proficiency outcomes contained within the Practice Assessment Document identify the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours that a student nurse must be able to demonstrate by the end of the programme. They are organised with reference to the NMC proficiency platforms and annexes (NMC 2018):

1. Being an accountable professional
2. Promoting health and preventing ill health
3. Assessing needs and planning care
4. Providing and evaluating care
5. Leading and managing nursing care and working in teams
6. Improving safety and quality of care
7. Coordinating care
Annexe A: Communication and relationship management skills Annexe B: Nursing procedures

Sgiliau Modiwl

Math o Sgiliau Manylion Sgiliau
Addasrwydd a gwydnwch Students will be required to display their learnt knowledge, whilst continuing to develop their problem-solving skills in real time environments. Through mentoring and exposure, students are expected to build on their knowledge and further understand the requirement of being adaptive, creative and inventive in their everyday practice. Further, the clinical area can be challenging and students may be exposed to difficult healthcare situations which can be emotionally draining. This module wi
Cydlynu ag erail This module will consolidate the student’s learning from the previous modules, with the practical application in real time environments. The students will learn of the professional roles and skill mix required within clinical teams to deliver holistic patient centred care. The module will further develop the practical and co-ordinational skills necessary to work in multidisciplinary teams.
Cyfathrebu proffesiynol This module will consolidate the student’s understanding and appreciation of professional communication through exposure and participation in their practice placement. Students will be supported to further develop their learning of professional communication by giving and receiving handover, writing in patients records and clinical charts, presenting information at ward rounds, communicating with patients, families and multidisciplinary team members.
Datrys Problemau Creadigol During this module, students will be exposed to clinical practice, and will be required to participate in the delivery of hands on patient care under direct supervision from clinical colleagues. Students will be required to display their learnt knowledge, whilst continuing to develop their problem-solving skills in real time environments. Through mentoring and exposure, students are expected to build on their knowledge and further understand the requirement of being adaptive, creative and inve
Gallu digidol This module will require the students to continue to use/and learn how to: • use blackboard/pebble-pad • upload entries onto their Professional Assessment Document [PAD] • submit work electronically • sit online examinations • use electronic platforms utilised in the clinical environment
Meddwl beirniadol a dadansoddol Through exposure to real time clinical care, students will fully appreciate the requirement of developing critical and analytical thinking skills. This practical placement module will help students to learn through observing how clinical decisions are informed by symptom presentations, how symptoms can be associated to other clinical data and how investigations and observations can inform treatment options and care delivery, thus demonstrating that wide ranging analytical knowledge is required
Myfyrdod During this practice-based module, students will be exposed to ‘reflection in action’, which will see them developing their practice-based skills through clinical exposure and participation. Students will also further develop their ‘reflection on action’ skills by completing a reflective essay pertaining to their period in clinical practice.
Sgiliau Pwnc-benodol Students will further develop their knowledge and skills in: • professional nursing practice in relation to hands on delivery of care - clinical skills - essential/foundational skills (feeding/washing/toileting) - assessment - care planning - care evaluation - investigations and treatment delivery - communication • the delivery of person-centred holistic care • safe practice
Synnwyr byd go iawn This module will consolidate the student’s learning from the previous modules, with the practical application in real time environments. Students will be able to practise their clinical skills and apply their knowledge to clinical situations under supervision of their practice supervisor. The practice placement will also introduce students to the complexities of clinical practice, which will provide the foundational base for students to further develop during year 2 of the programme.

Nodau

Mae'r modiwl hwn yn cydymffurfio a FfCChC Lefel 4