During your time in placement you will be supported to consolidate your learning from year one of the programme. You will learn to apply your learning in a practice setting in order to enhance patient care.
Aims and Objectives
Having successfully completed this module you will be able to:
- Participate in the administration of medicines under direct supervision as you continue to develop your knowledge of pharmacology, how medicines act and interact in the systems of the body, and their therapeutic action related to patients you have cared for.
- Demonstrate that you are working towards achievement of the communication /relationship management skills and nursing procedures contained within the skills passport.
- Start to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes you will require to demonstrate competence in the Episode of Care at the end of part 2 of the Practice Assessment Document.
- Actively participate in care with minimal guidance as you work towards achievement of the proficiencies associated with part 2 of the Practice Assessment Document.
- Demonstrate appropriate professional conduct and values throughout the placement.
The specific learning opportunities available within this placement will be determined by the field of nursing being studied and the nature of the practice setting. Student placement lines are designed to provide a breath of learning opportunities across the programme. There may be opportunities to care for individuals from other fields during this placement, the Placement Profile for the area that you are allocated to will indicate where this is possible.
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods
During your practice experience you will learn by working alongside staff from the full multidisciplinary team. You will be supervised by registered nurses and other healthcare professionals before you are assessed by a named Practice Assessor. You will be expected to fully participate in direct care at a level appropriate to your stage of the programme and level of experience.
During your practice experience you will be expected to reflect on what you have learnt and undertake independent learning to enhance your knowledge base and clinical practice. This may form the basis of a discussion of practice experiences/ specific case scenarios with academic staff, peers and/or your Personal Academic Tutor.
Opportunities exist in each practice experience for you to arrange additional practice learning experiences to meet your learning needs.
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Resources & Reading list
Stacey G, Felton A and Bonham P (2013). Placement learning in mental health nursing: a guide for students in practice.. Edinburgh: Balliere Tindall Elsevier.
Placement learning in older people nursing: a guide for students in practice. (2013). Placement learning in older people nursing: a guide for students in practice.. Edinburgh: Balliere Tindall Elsevier.
Holland K and Roxburgh M (2012). Placement learning in surgical nursing: a guide for students in practice.. Edinburgh: Balliere Tindall Elsevier.
Howard P and Chady B (2012). Placement learning in cancer and palliative care nursing: a guide for students in practice.. Edinburgh: Balliere Tindall Elsevier.
Paterson K and Wallar J (2017). Clinical placements: Pocket guide for student nurses.. Banbury: Lantern.
Harris J and Nimmo S (2013). Placement learning in community nursing: a guide for students in practice.. Edinburgh: Balliere Tindall Elsevier.
Mills J and Brand D (2018). Learning in practice for nursing students.. London: Palgrave.
Maxwell M and Parker M (2012). Placement learning in medical nursing: a guide for students in practice.. Edinburgh: Balliere Tindall – Elsevier.
Glasper A, Aylott M and Battrick C (2010). Developing practical skills for nursing children and young people.. London: Hodder Arnold.
Reading S and Webster B editors (2013). Achieving competencies for nursing practice: a handbook for student nurses.. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill Education.
Pearson D and Nicholson S (2016). How to succeed on primary care and community placements.. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.
Coyne I, Timmins F and Neil F (2010). Clinical Skills in children’s nursing.. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Macqueen S, Bruce E and Gibson F (2012). The Great Ormond Street Hospital Manual of Children's Nursing Practices.. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
This is how we’ll formally assess what you have learned in this module.
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This is how we’ll assess you if you don’t meet the criteria to pass this module.
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