NMHS32000 Erasmus Clin Plac 3C (G)
Academic Year 2021/2022
This module builds on the students previous experience of medical-surgical or specialist care settings in general nursing. The aim of this module is to deepen student’s insight and understanding of the way that care is planned, organised and delivered within a range of pre-specified clinical settings.
Students will be provided with opportunities to observe and engage in patient care, under the supervision of the registered nurse, in the following settings: care of the older person, emergency department, intellectual disability, outpatients department, maternity care, community care, mental health and psychiatry nursing, operating theatre, paediatric ICU/HDU, public health nursing and medical-surgical nursing.
Students are expected to be pro-active in the acquisition of their clinical skills, using the competency document for guidance and as evidence of satisfactory clinical performance. The credit load of the module reflects the student effort hours per week required to achieve the learning outcomes.
The Erasmus student on clinical placement in a hospital or community setting will experience the provision of health care in an Irish context.
On completion of this module students should be able to demonstrate the on-going development of competence in the following domains of competence:
o Professional/ethical practice in relation to the care of the patient in a specialist or medical-surgical setting
o Holistic approaches to care and integration of knowledge in a specialist or medical-surgical setting
o Take responsibility for assessing, planning, organising, implementing and evaluating nursing care of a patient / client.
o Interpersonal relationships with patients, family and other professionals
o Organisation and management of care in a specialist or medical-surgical setting
o Personal and professional development.
The Erasmus student will demonstrate an ability to provide care for services users in the context of Irish health care and social policy, while discovering and learning about Irish culture. Additionally the Erasmus student will be supported by UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems and its healthcare partners while engaging in the experience of providing care needs for our clients in the Irish clinical setting.
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