Return to Nursing Practice
Return to Practice (Nursing) 2023-24
School Of Medical And Health Sciences
Module - Semester 1 & 2
By the end of the module students will understand: • Accountability and professionalism – being a safe, effective, compassionate, and evidence-based practitioner within their field of practice (adult, child, learning disability or mental health) • Delivering needs-led person-centred care – facilitating autonomy and enabling choice; Language and cultural awareness • Digital literacy skills: teaching, learning and communication within the academic and clinical domain • Medications management and demonstration – evidence-based policy and practice; professional accountability • Promoting health, preventing ill health: long term conditions and self-management; recognising health inequalities across lifespan and populations • Clinical Decision making – care coordination in inter-professional teams • Evidence-informed practice and quality improvement, applying theory into practice. • Leading and managing care and working in interdisciplinary teams. Continuous learning through reflective practice
- Critically appraise, apply the knowledge, and demonstrate the skills, to be an accountable professional, working in partnership with people and other professionals to deliver safe and compassionate evidence-based person-centred care, taking into account the circumstances, characteristics, values, culture, and health beliefs of the individual within the relevant field.
- Demonstrate professional accountability and the use of clinical governance and quality improvement processes to maintain and improve nursing practice, standards of healthcare and to respond autonomously and confidently to planned and uncertain situations in the relevant field.
- Demonstrate the ability to carry out accurate, compassionate nursing assessment of people using appropriate diagnostic and decision-making skills whilst providing effective planning, implementation, and evaluation of care for service users and others in all settings in the relevant field.
- To critically reflect on everyday professional practice, enhancing self-awareness to develop professional knowledge, skills, and resilience, in the relevant field.
- To develop decision-making, problem solving, and critical analysis capability in the relevant field.
- To update numeracy and digital literacy skills to enable former registrants to engage in professional activities in the relevant field.
Once for Wales Return to Practice - Practice Assessment Document and Ongoing Record of Achievement
Authentic World safeMedicate medication calculation and management test
Reflective portfolio consisting of five reflective accounts documenting students' personal and professional development