Person Centred Adult 2 PT
Person centred Adult Nursing 2 (PT) 2023-24
School Of Medical And Health Sciences
Module - Semester 1 & 2
•Critique of healthcare policy and influences on delivery of nursing care in all settings-Context of health and social care in Wales, UK, European & globally e.g. 1000 lives plus, Transforming Care, EC directives, WHO,
•The adult nurse’s role in relation to evolving perceptions of nursing (public, political, professional & media);
•Sensitive communication tailored to individuals’ needs across the lifespan ;
•Communicate making best use of policy and legislation to encompass dignity, respect and diversity;
•Addressing delivery of nursing care in an ageing population, safeguarding people;
•Role of the adult nurse in managing nursing in all care settings;
•Enabling and encouraging individuals and groups to achieve their potential;
•Role of carers and partnerships in care; transitions in care e.g. moving into nursing/residential care;
•Communicating with adults & carers across the lifespan, inter-professional roles, communication & relationships, working in teams;
•Language and cultural awareness and sensitivity;
•Appropriate communication for the delivery of nursing care across the adult lifespan using concepts of empathy, advocacy, dignity and respect;
•The nurse’s role in advanced care planning and relationship building;
•Communicating with distressed people and families;
•Critique and adapt theories and models of nursing care delivery suitable for all care contexts;
•Evaluate application of models for health and wellbeing; health protection/promotion
•Evaluate the process and interventions used to meet the needs of adults in practice;
•Advancing skills for adult nursing, education of others in all healthcare environments.
•Pharmacological knowledge of medicine management and numeracy in preparation for registration of an adult nurse.
•Care delivery; advanced skills for adult nursing e.g. principles of ILS, and consolidation of skills to solve problems e.g. CPR in various situations; nurse prescribing.
•Skills to ensure matching with current BCUHB and National clinical knowledge to practice agenda.
•Adult altered physiology, and the impact on health/lifestyle
•Evaluating the individual and family’s needs and responses through the application of health psychology & sociology
•Delivery of care in partnership through effective negotiation;
•Nurse’s role in enabling people to live with and respond to chronic conditions, taking into account factors such as grieving, body image; •Critique current frameworks/guidelines – cancer, dementia, critical/high dependency/trauma care; •Governance/safety/quality of care •Resource management •Justify decision making for patient care; prioritising nursing care; documenting nursing care; multidisciplinary team working; •Management of the fundamentals of care; •Awareness of self, influencing factors, limitations, context and settings; •Critiquing and applying the evidence base for adult nursing. •Safe & effective discharge planning •Patient Management strategies, risk assessment, response to crisis
- 1. Critically analyse nursing in different contexts, taking into account culture, diversity, groups and individual differences across the lifespan
- 2. Evaluate how professional relationships are developed through appropriate communication ensuring respect & dignity
- 3. Select, apply and evaluate appropriate models and or frameworks of health and wellbeing in the context of nursing practice
- 4. Implement and evaluate the knowledge and skills required for safe, compassionate & effective nursing practice
- 5. Critically analyse appropriate evidence to support decision making during the delivery of care