Professional Recognition Portfolio Level 7 (Health CPD)
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The aim of this module is to provide you with the means to develop a professional recognition portfolio that demonstrates your learning through a series of self - assessment, reflections, and case studies.
The portfolio will be personal to your own Enhanced or Advanced Professional Practice Development. The work included within the portfolio should demonstrate your learning and development across the four pillars of advanced practice (• Clinical • Research • Education • Management/leadership) and the underpinning principles of advanced practice (• Autonomous practice • Critical thinking • High levels of decision-making and problem-solving • Values-based care)
Content Release Dates;
25/09/23, 09/10/23, 23/10/23, 06/11/23, 20/11/23, 04/12/23
27/09/23, 11/10/23, 25/10/23, 8/11/23, 22/11/23, 6/12/23 all 12:30-1.30pm
4/10/23, 18/10/23, 01/11/23, 15/11/23, 29/11/23, 13/12/23 all 2-4pm
- Demonstrate an advanced level of autonomous practice in clinical competence within your professional scope of practice
- Provide and critically evaluate evidence in which leadership underpins values-based care in the practitioner service user relationship.
- Evaluate how education and your commitment towards lifelong learning supports advancement of your role in practice
- Critically appraise and evaluate evidence and use research to advance your role within practice
- Use critical thinking to solve practice related problems
6 Online blocks of learning over 12 weeks
Online webinars and tutorials
20 credits = 200 effort hours
At least one study day per 2-week block of learning
Attendance expected at live (synchronous) tutorials and webinars
ePortfolio which requires a total of 6 patches to be completed, one of the patches is informed by the 500-word formative assessment, the final patch ‘stiches’ the ePortfolio together, and this is the summative assignment
Formative Assessment 500 Word Assignment
Level 7 4000 word ePortfolio
To apply for this as a single module as part of your Continuing Professional Development please enter the application system via our Professional Development section.
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