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This module will not run during 2016/17.
Applied pathophysiology in children/Acutely ill child
These two modules,
Clinical reasoning in physical assessment: lifespan perspectives
This module will enable healthcare practitioners such as nurses,
Critically ill child
This module is for healthcare practitioners wishing to expand their existing paediatric critical care knowledge and skills and to enable them to care holistically for these children within a critical care environment.
Dementia care: improving practice
Dementia is a prevalent and complex condition often having a profound impact on the individual and their supporters.
Examination of the newborn
This module aims to develop expert practice in undertaking examination and assessment of the newborn baby’s wellbeing.
The aim of the module is to enable those with no previous specialist knowledge to gain an evidence based understanding of contemporary diabetes care in order to maximize their effectiveness with patients in the clinical setting.
High dependency issues in maternity care
This module will enable participants to explore issues related to the provision of care to women in high dependency situations and reflect on their current skills developing further skills as necessary.
12 Lead ECG interpretation
This module will enable students to develop their understanding of cardiovascular pathophysiology and the associated electrocardiographical findings that underpin systematic Electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation.
Hospital avoidance: managing complexity
Current health policy focuses on avoiding unnecessary emergency unplanned admissions.