Manylion y cyrsiau
|Math o Assessiad||Manylion / Hyd Assessiad||Cyfran|
|Asesiad Ailsefyll||Semester 1 No formal assessment in semester 1||100%|
|Asesiad Semester||Semester 1 No formal assessment in semester 1. Please see NY10400/60 for assessments to be submitted in semester 2 and semester S.||100%|
Wedi cwblhau'r modiwl dylai'r myfyrwyr fedru:
Describe the qualities associated with being an accountable professional.
Draw on strategies to deliver specifics health promotion
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
Registered nurses must be able to meet the person-centred, holistic care needs of the people they encounter in their practice who may be at any stage of life and who may have a range of mental, physical, cognitive or behavioural health challenges.
Registrants “must also be able to demonstrate a greater depth of knowledge and the additional more advanced skills required to meet the specific care needs of people in their chosen fields of nursing practice.” (NMC 2018a, p.6).
The All Wales Practice Assessment strategy for pre-registration nursing programmes, which leads to entry to the professional register, identifies the process by which student performance is measured against NMC Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses (NMC 2018a).
The proficiencies in this document specify the knowledge and skills that registered nurses must demonstrate when caring for people of all ages and across all care settings. They reflect what the public can expect nurses to know and be able to do in order to deliver safe, compassionate and effective nursing care
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 this 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
|Math o Sgiliau||Manylion Sgiliau|
|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|
Mae'r modiwl hwn yn cydymffurfio a FfCChC Lefel 4