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HLTH6211 MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Apprenticeship End Point Assessment

Module Overview

The End Point Assessment is a standardised 'module' that takes place at the end of any apprenticeship. The End Point Assessment for the Advanced Clinical Practitioner apprenticeship is stipulated jointly by the Institute for Apprenticeship (2018) and Skills for Health (2018). Full details can be found in the Integrated Degree Apprenticeship for Advanced Clinical Practitioner Level 7. https://haso.skillsforhealth.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/2018.03.22-Advanced-Clinical-Practitioner-Assessment-Plan.pdf

Aims and Objectives

Learning Outcomes

Syllabus

The End Point Assessment is a requirement of the apprenticeship process and includes no syllabus of its own. Rather, it is an assessment which is undertaken over a maximum 3 month period whereby the apprentice, having successfully completed all the 'on programme assessment' components, passes through the apprenticeship 'gateway' and is permitted to demonstrate via a synoptic assessment process the knowledge, skills and behaviours of the apprenticeship standard.

Learning and Teaching

Teaching and learning methods

The apprenticeship End Point Assessment includes no formal teaching. However students are supported in their preparation for this End Point Assessment by the module blackboard site, appropriate assessment guidance, exam/presentation preparation, and by 1:1 and group tutorials.

TypeHours
Completion of assessment task240
Tutorial10
Total study time250

Resources & Reading list

Raybould,S (2016). Presentation Genius: 40 Insights from the Science of Presenting. 

Wilkinson,I; Raine,T; Wiles,K. et al (2017). The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine. 

A Multi Professional Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice in England.

How to Write a Case Study.

Stanley,D (2016). Clinical Leadership in Nursing and Healthcare: Values into Action (Advanced Clinical Practice). 

Assessment

Summative

MethodPercentage contribution
Open Book Exam  (2 hours) 50%
Presentation  (1650 words) 50%

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