NMHS10350 Essence of Care Clinical Pract
Academic Year 2021/2022
The student will be introduced to the ‘Compassion of Care’ framework the 6C’s – compassion, communication, courage, commitment and competence in the delivery of care to patients and families. The content delivered will reflect cognitive, affective and motor dimensions of care adopted by nurses in their caring work. The nursing process framework is introduced to patient care issues such as – intimate care, skin integrity (pressure area care), patient positioning, nutrition, fluid balance and elimination. Identify the cardinal signs that reflect the body’s physiologic status (vital signs), the significance of the Early Warning Score (EWS) and the delivery of oxygen therapy.
– Large group teaching with virtual learning activities.
– Simulated problem based scenarios – where students have the opportunity to work in small teams to develop critical thinking strategies to address the clinical issues.
– Clinical skills laboratory workshops – where students have the opportunity to develop and consolidate their motor, cognitive and affective domains.
Assessment: There are three components which involves formative and summative examinations. Virtual learning activities quizze and HSELanD, end of term MCQ and OSCA which you are required to engage in each component . It is compulsory to submit HSELanD certys prior to clinical placement. If you don’t pass the OSCA on the first occasion this will be considered a formative examination and you will be given an opportunity to engage with the OSCA prior to going on clinical placement.
On successful completion of this module students will be able to:
– Understand the ‘Compassion of Care’ framework and how these concepts have a role in the delivery of holistic care to patients.
– Through self reflection the student will develop a holistic approach to nursing care incorporating the 6C’s
– Apply infection control principles ‘5 Moments’ to clinical practice.
– Understand the principle of nursing assessment using the nursing process as a framework in the delivery of patient care.
– Demonstrate the ability to assess, document and interpret patient vital signs (temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation, pain) using the Early Warning Score documentation.
– Develop a understanding how to synthesis nursing literature which is evidence based to support clinical practice
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