Glasgow Caledonian University
Nursing Studies Adult (Pre-registration)
Applicants should hold: A recent (last 5 years) 2nd Class Honours degree or above; English and maths at standard grade, GCSE or National 5; 2 satisfactory references (1 of which should be academic); proficiency in spoken and written English. Students whose native language is not English will be required to demonstrate English proficiency by gaining an English language qualification; e.g. IELTS or equivalent. An IELTS (International English Language Testing Score) overall score of 7.0 is required.
Modules include: The art and science of nursing; developing skills for compassionate and competent care; practice learning experience part 1; inter-professional context of practice; promoting values-based nursing in contemporary practice; adult nursing to empower, enable and enhance person-centred care; enhancing skills for compassionate and competent care; challenges in contemporary global health care; practice learning experience part 2; working in organisations (inter-professional and critical perspectives); dissertation; practice learning experience part 3.
Assessment is viewed as an integral and core element of the learning process. Students are encouraged to discuss, interpret, analyse and evaluate information at a depth appropriate for their academic level, and in doing so, become active, self‐directed participants in the educational process. Assessment strategies include care studies, essays, patchwork assessments, reflective portfolios, OSCAs and OSCEs, examinations, seminars, presentations, debates, vivas, projects and dissertations.
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