92616 Core Concepts in Acute Care Nursing6cp; 4 x 7hrs workshops, plus weekly independent online study and participation in online activities
This subject provides a contemporary, evidence-based framework for the assessment and management of acutely unwell patients in relation to some pre-determined core concepts. The subject aims to enhance professional practice by encouraging students to critique their individual and workplace practices in light of what is considered as 'best practice' in acute care nursing, and to consider potential improvements to the practice of acute care nursing at both individual and systemic levels.
Autumn session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125