|Module code||NSA 3600 / NSA 4600|
|Level||6 / 7|
|Fees||See the Fees and funding below|
|Module leader||Tina Moore|
|Start date||February 2018|
This module aims to provide a framework for you, as the practitioner to develop proficient knowledge and skills involving a systematic and comprehensive assessment / care management of an acutely/critically ill patient. You will also gain the ability to quickly identify signs of deterioration and as a result, provide timely and appropriate care interventions.
The core focus of this module is the early recognition of clinical deterioration in the patient and timely, appropriate interventions. This module is suited to any qualified nurse caring for patients who have the potential to physically deteriorate either in the hospital or community setting.
This module runs on a Thursday between 09.00 - 16.00 for the theoretical content. You will stay within your own Trusts for the practice experiences (outreach team / ICU).
Current adult learning approaches will be used to develop your autonomous learning. This will be achieved by using different methods of teaching/facilitation that is appropriate to the topic. For example, peer group exercises/group discussions; computer assisted learning aids, simulated learning, physiology workbook. The work based nature of this module will facilitate the effective linking of theory and practice.
The assessment is in two parts:
The fees* below refer to the 2019/20 academic year unless otherwise stated.
Per credit: £60
30 credits: £1,800
*Course fees are subject to annual inflation.