At UCLan, our post-qualifying framework (PQF) allows health and social care practitioners to continue their professional development and achieve further qualifications in their field. You have the opportunity to study individual modules in subject areas that interest you. You can select from a comprehensive and contemporary range of modules that fit your personal development and career plans; either on an individual basis or combined in a planned programme to eventually achieve a degree.
6 x 3 hour sessions (10 credits at Level 6)
School of Community Health and Midwifery
No Partner College
Next cohort: June 2019
Students must have a current professional registration with a relevant professional/statutory body, such as the Nursing and Midwifery Council
This course will involve you working with vulnerable groups of individuals, including children. In order to ensure that the University offers places on their programmes to suitable candidates you will all be required to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance (formerly termed CRB). We will be able to guide you through this process once you have been offered a conditional place of study at the University of Central Lancashire.
It is important to note that should your Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check prove to be unsatisfactory for the purpose of the course you have applied to, your offer of a place for that course may be withdrawn. If you have already enrolled on a course and your DBS check subsequently discloses a criminal conviction, you may be required to withdraw from the course even if you have already started. If you are aware that your DBS check will disclose a previous conviction, please contact the course leader for advice as not all convictions may preclude you from continuing with the course.
The module will be of benefit to newly appointed practice nurses, newly qualified nurses and nurses in the acute or community sector considering working in general practice.
The content of this module links to the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP, 2012) General Practice Nurse Competencies.
The teaching strategies consist of classroom based teaching. You are required to attend for 6 consecutive weeks 5-8pm at the Preston campus and one further attendance to undertake the assessment.
Web-based software (Blackboard) facilities will further support the nurse in their studies.
This module has been developed to enable nurses to obtain knowledge of working in general practice.
Sessions will be delivered in a face-to-face format. This web-based software allows for live delivery and participation in the sessions no matter where you are based.
Summative assessment will be a presentation.
A variety of lecturers with expertise in their specialities are involved in delivering the course.
The aim of this module is to enable nurses to obtain knowledge of working in general practice and to prepare them for role development to meet the ever changing needs of primary health care. The nurse will critically examine the ways of working in general practice thus promoting an adaptable and responsive nurse who promotes the highest standards of client care.
On successful completion of this module a student will be able to:
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For details of the standard fee for UK/EU students studying this course please contact the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.
For 2018/19 fees please refer to our fees page.
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