University of Lincoln
Advanced Clinical Practice
Applicants should hold at least a lower 2nd Class Honours degree in a science subject and a minimum of 3 years' experience as a practising healthcare professional. Applicants should also be currently registered with a professional statutory regulatory body (such as the Nursing and Midwifery Council) and possess written employer support to undertake the programme.
Modules: advanced emergency care; advanced practice for long term conditions; advanced practice for palliative care; advanced practice in minor illness and minor injury; assessment; diagnosis and clinical judgement in practice; care of the bariatric patient; conflict resolution in health care; contemporary practice in acute mental health; contemporary practice in dementia care; contemporary practice in learning disability care; contemporary practice in working with adults and children; contemporary public health; evidence based therapeutics for advanced practice; introduction to contemporary advanced clinical practice; loss, grief and bereavement; older adult mental health; pathophysiology and diagnosis in physical health; people, personality and disorder in mental health care; prescribing effectively; prescribing in context; research and service evaluation for clinical practice; service transformation project; the consultation; therapeutic practice in advanced care.
Assessment strategies include oral and written exams, participation in symposia, case studies, simulations including Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), presentations, reflective commentaries and podcasts, as well as a final project.
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