Clinical Decision Making Level 6 Online Module
Wednesday 15 April 2020
Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals, Ambulance Service, Operating Department
15th April 2020
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. You will learn to be an effective practitioner, able to make clinical decisions with patients and clients during their health and care journey.
Is this course for me?
Students should be registered with the NMC or HCPC
What will I learn?
The Clinical Decision Making module is a new module designed to enable students to develop a deeper understanding of clinical situations and how health care professionals make clinical decisions. Patients/clients have the right to expect those responsible for their care and treatment to be effective in their practice. This requires that the practitioner be appropriately educated and trained to be able to take responsibility for their actions (RCN 2008). This module will support the practitioner in developing an understanding of the theory and frameworks underpinning clinical decision making to support their own practice.
How will I learn?
15th 27th April 2020
11th 26th May 2020
8th 22nd June 2020
Alison Hasselder A.Hasselder@uea.ac.uk
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