Principles of Adult Nursing
Principles of Adult Nursing 2022-23
School Of Medical And Health Sciences
Module - Semester 2
Principles of assessment, planning, implementing and evaluation for holistic & person-centred care using compassionate leadership.
Models of communication and building therapeutic relationships with patients, clients, families carers and the MDT.
Providing care to meet the needs of people across the lifespan who live with complex, multiple physical and mental health co-morbidities - ti include experiences of child, mental health and learning disability nursing.
Principles of maternity provision/ EU statutory maternity care requirements/ Pregnancy and maternity care
Principles of assessment of the needs of adult patients in any setting to include recognising signs of deterioration in the adult patient
Psycho-social aspects of health and well-being and illness for patients and their families Multidisciplinary & multi agency team working through inter-professional learning activities Introduction to culture, religion, spirituality and bereavement care & last offices to include sudden death Risk awareness/risk assessment/risk management tools reporting major incidents and near misses Transfer of care between services and discharge planning Evidence based practice/research linking with policy and strategy development for professional practice development
-good -60 - 69 B- to B+ Grade:To achieve a ‘good pass’ the student will need to demonstrate a critical evaluation and application of the theoretical principles used to support the delivery of holistic patient-centred care supported by some critical evaluation relevant literature, policy and guidelines. -excellent -70 >A-to A* Grade: To achieve an ‘excellent pass’ on the module, students will be required to demonstrate comprehensive critical evaluation and application of the theoretical principles used to support the delivery of holistic patient-centred care supported by a critical evaluation of relevant literature, policy and guidelines. -another level-50-59 C- C+ to Grade:To achieve a ‘pass’ on the module, students will be required to demonstrate some critical evaluation and understanding of the theoretical principles used to support the delivery of holistic patient-centred care supported by relevant literature, policy and guidelines.
- Critically analyse how health care professionals and adult nurses meet the fundamental needs of clients/service uses using a holistic approach and evaluate the psycho-social implications of ill health.
- Critically analyse the theoretical frameworks, national and local guidelines which are used in the delivery of person-centred care.
- Critically evaluate evidence based practice/research linking with policy and strategy development for professional practice .
- Critically evaluate nursing and care provision in different contexts, taking into account culture, diversity, groups and the individual needs across the lifespan.
- Critically review the contribution made by registered nurses to the multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of contemporary healthcare.