Clinical Decision Making Level 6 Online Module
Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals, Ambulance Service, Operating Department
April 2021 TBC
This module adopts a problem based learning approach and enables you to explore the application of theories and frameworks to your clinical judgement and clinical decision making in your area of practice. You will explore the related legal, professional and ethical issues; clinical reasoning and the management of uncertainty in patients with undifferentiated and undiagnosed conditions. To ensure that you are effective practitioner making clinical decisions with patients and clients many times during their health and care journey.
This module enhances your professional development by drawing on management and leadership, education, research and enhanced clinical practice to enable you to move forward in your level of practice.
Is this course for me?
Students should be registered with the NMC or HCPC
What will I learn?
- Develop knowledge and critical understanding of theories and frameworks of clinical decision-making that will support clinical judgement in practice
- Enhance your knowledge and skills in the management of uncertainty and the application of reasoning in the assessment and management of care
- Critically examine the legal, professional and ethical dimensions of applying clinical judgement and decision making in practice
- Critically evaluate ways in which evidenced based practice will support clinical judgment and clinical decision-making
- Critically reflect on the use of problem-solving strategies in the use of clinical judgement and decision-making in practice
How will I learn?
Online – 6 blocks released every two weeks over twelve weeks
- Narrated power points, recorded conversations, links to digital resources, policy and research analysis,
- Independent Study
- Written Assignment (3,000 words)
Study Dates TBC
Alison Hasselder A.Hasselder@uea.ac.uk
To apply for this as a single module or as Part of the BSc Enhanced Professional Practice as part of your Continuing Professional Development please enter the application system via Professional Development section.
Progressing your studies
Although this module does not sit within a defined programme within the School of Health Sciences, it may be possible for this module to be recognised as an optional credit-bearing module within the MSc Advanced Professional Practice (APP) or BSc Enhanced Professional Practice (EPP) programmes. For further information, please contact email@example.com
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