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Children and Young People Recognition and Emergency Care in Critical Illness - Level 6 - AC6714
20th January 2020 10 Weeks (delivered on a Monday)

This module is commissioned by Health Education England as part of its continuing workforce development (CWD) portfolio. If you are interested in participating, please complete the application form and gain authorisation from your Line Manager and your Trust Training Coordinator.

To apply please make a note of the module start month, click on book now and choose the application for the correct starting month. Once your application is complete we will contact you in order to confirm whether or not you have been allocated a place.

In order to assist you in completing your application we have attached guidance notes. Please refer to these while completing your application.

As part of your application you will need to upload a copy of your completed study leave approval form. If you do not attach your approval form to your application or it is incomplete this will delay your application and may impact you being offered a place on the module. Instructions on how to do this are in the guidance notes.

GUIDANCE NOTES

STUDY LEAVE APPROVAL FORM

 

 

If you have any questions or queries about this module please contact us via email at NSBackOffice@northumbria.ac.uk or call (0191) 4060901.

This module will enable you to develop the knowledge and skills required to recognise and manage deteriorating critically ill children and young people.

You will gain a sound knowledge and understanding of specific physiological problems encountered in children and be able to recognise, respond to and manage emergency situations and care. The module utilises High Fidelity Simulation with Sim Baby and junior as a key component.

The student will critically explore specific physiological problems encountered by acutely/seriously ill children and the knowledge and skills necessary for assessment and safe management. and will be able to critically reflect upon the nature of care given to seriously ill children or young people and analyse relevant theories that underpin the emergency care.

Course Information

Award Type Level 6

Delivery Method Blend of Short lectures, Workshops, Directed and Self-Directed Study

Mode of Study
Part Time

Location
Coach Lane Campus

Start 20th January 2020

Duration
10 Weeks (delivered on a Monday)

Sector
Health, Sport and Social Care

Designed by a multi-professional team including Nurses, Midwives and Medical practitioners our range of Continuing Workforce Development (CWD) is tailored towards individuals who are driving and enabling practice development in NHS North East.

Northumbria is the principal provider of nurse education in the North East of England and was named Nurse Education Provider of the Year (post-registration) for three consecutive years by Student Nursing Times.

We have excellent relationships with partner services in health, social care and social work and our range of CPD provision supports practitioners and managers to engage in professional learning and then examine how this can be integrated in the practice arena.

You will attend 10 one-day sessions over a period of 10 weeks. You will learn through a variety of teaching and learning strategies which will be used to facilitate links between theory and practice. This includes simulation using scenarios and sim baby/junior lectures, seminars, clinical skills, group work, directed study.

Summative assessment for the module consists of a written essay, critical exploration of acute and serious illness in children and an Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). You will also be required to participate in student led simulated scenarios to demonstrate competent practice and through dialogue rationalise actions.

 

This course is based at our Coach Lane Campus where you will have access to cutting-edge facilities with technology embedded through all aspects of your CPD course.

 

Northumbria University has been ranked in the top quartile in the UK for research power in Allied Health Sciences and Nursing. Additionally, more than 80% of our research activity in Allied Health Sciences and Nursing is rated as world-leading or internationally excellent (REF 2014).

 

Completing this module will enable you to apply knowledge of child specific and developmental pathophysiology in relation to the critically ill child or young person, and demonstrate the ability to rationalise clinical decisions in recognition and assessment of the critically ill child or young person and in the emergency care given.

You will also be able to demonstrate ability to provide safe and effective emergency care to children and young people including basic and advanced life support and demonstrate critical evaluation of national/local and professional guidelines and practice prior to and during transfer.

 

The course aims to develop requisite skills in recognising, assessing and caring for children or young people who have the potential to, or have become ill.    

Previous evidence of level 5 study.

Knowledge & Understanding:

Apply knowledge of child specific and developmental pathophysiology in relation to critically ill children and young people.

Intellectual / Professional Skills & Abilities:

Demonstrate ability to rationalise clinical decisions in recognition and assessment of the critically ill child and young person in the emergency care.

Demonstrate ability to provide safe and effective emergency care to children/YP including BLS and ALS

Critical evaluation of national/local and professional guidelines and practice accordingly

Personal Values Attributes (Global / Cultural awareness, Ethics, Curiosity) (PVA):

Demonstrate an understanding of the value base required for effective delivery of care; including themes such as safety, personal dignity, compassion, person centred care, evidence based practice, promotion of individuality, independence, rights and choice.

If you have any questions or queries about this module please contact us via email at NSBackOffice@northumbria.ac.uk or call (0191) 4060901.

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