Contemporary issues in health care; the future of health service delivery. Required A module that you must study if you choose this course or subject. Research Profile The above information outlines module NU You do this by taking all of its required modules as well as the correct number of optional modules to obtain that year’s total number of credits. Overview of health care system and structure, developments and funding; analysis of health policies, structures and governance systems, and their implications for practice. Determine the timely use of diagnostic investigations to inform clinical decision making when planning, delivering and evaluating person centred care Actively consider access, cost, clinical effectiveness when planning, delivering and evaluating care. Founded in , we’ve been inspiring students for years.
Dissertation Semester 1 and Semester 2 Credits: Overview of health care system and structure, developments and funding; analysis of health policies, structures and governance systems, and their implications for practice. Be aware of the issues surrounding the pharmacological treatment of individual patients and their illness. Choosing a course is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make! At NUI Galway, we believe that the best learning takes place when you apply what you learn in a real world context.
Present, discuss and evaluate their study findings within the context of their practice discipline and the existing literature.
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NMBI – Advanced Practice
Dissertation Semester 1 and Semester 2 Credits: We explore and facilitate commercial opportunities for the research community at NUI Galway, as well as facilitating industry partnership.
This module aims to litersture students with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a comprehensive health history and complete a physical assessment on a patient in the clinical setting. Be able to describe the pharmacological approach to a range of diseases and conditions.
Advanced information literacy strategies, academic writing, systematic research appraisal and synthesis, the role of theory and knowledge epistemology in research and enquiry, research design and methodological approaches, processes involved in research h protocol development, data collection, data analysis and interpretation, ethical principles in healthcare research.
English Learning Outcomes Critically evaluate current developments in the Irish health case with a focus on Advanced Nurse Practice ANP Analyse the impact of international and national policy and policy formation on health service current and future provision Analyse and critically compare frameworks literatkre partnership, quality and governance in different health care contexts including role change and collaborative practice Critically compare and contrast different leadership and management theories and apply these to practice settings.
Unit 4 addresses principles of prescribing in day-to-day practice. Students undertaking the module are supported in developing their dissertation through individual or team supervision.
Content covered will include case management; clinical decision-making; standards of care; ethics; cultural competence; person centred care.
Module offerings and details may be subject to change. Year 2 70 Credits Required NU The module introduces and further develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes of healthcare professionals in the context of clinical governance with specific emphases on leadership theory and skills, inter-organisational partnership principles and frameworks, the concepts of participation and principles of collaboration, team building and understanding individual and organisational change and how to implement change successfully.
Explore the use of an evidence-based evaluation framework in the context of the advanced nurse practitioner role. Course and module offerings and details may be subject to change. Knowledge, competencies and clinical skills for advanced practice in nursing relevant to the specific practice area of the student.
Apply knowledge of therapeutic interventions including pharmacological and non-pharmacological nursing interventions relevant to their advanced practice area Critically reflect on their own and others’ learning and practice. This module will asvanced clinical laboratory experience whereby students will have an opportunity to build on their existing knowledge and develop skills pertinent to physical assessment.
Drugs, Patients and Illness Semester rreview Credits: SinceNUI Galway has been sharing the highest quality teaching and research with Ireland and the world. Algebra and Calculus could be modules within the subject Mathematics.
Semester Most courses have 2 semesters aka terms per year. Use evidence based frameworks, to synthesise and interpret assessment information to identify normal, subnormal and at risk states of health.
Apply ethical principles and concepts in their prescribing practice. Physical Assessment Skills NU Use evidence based knowledge to support their prescribing practice.
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Standards & Guidance
Collaboration, communication, working in groups and team building in health care, and issues influencing the reality of working in an advanced practice role. NUI Galway has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top quality teaching.
The role of evidence based practice, accreditation, regulation in quality improvement and patient safety. View our courses and see what our students and lecturers have to say about the courses you are interested in at the links below.
Course Fees Find Out More. The major element of the programme will be substantial hours on clinical placement with supervision as agreed under the site declaration form. Analysis of the role of the advanced nurse practitioner will be emphasised.