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MSc Nursing Intake Sept 15

PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 21/03/2017

Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University Care co-ordination in Evidence Based Practice PUP4096 Enhancing Competency in Inter-professional Practice Barry Williams/Laura Taylor PUP4096 Brenda Harris/Roy Johnston

Tue 17 Jan

Mon 16 Jan

Week 1: w/c 16th January 2017

Wed 18 Jan Thu 19 Jan

Grp

L

V

Directed Study – Assessment/Care Planning (3.75hrs) Mental Health LT

10:30-12:00

Adult

LT

MH

LR

H202

LD

JK

LINC S1

09:00-12:00

Defining Long Terms Condition (LTC's) Introduction to the Module / Assignment Guidelines & Feedback from Directed Study (16.01.17) Literature Review Strategy Welcome and Introduction to the module. Writing at Level 5. Summative Assignment guidelines. Formative assessment tasks- 1,2,3 Blogging – Complete the activity listed in Bb

09:00-12:00

Assessment in Acute Paediatric Nursing Practice

Child

09:00-12:00

Care Planning Workshop

MH

09:00-12:00

Health Facilitation – Child

LD

Karen Somers

H203

09:00-10:00 10:30-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-10:30 11:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00

Student Feedback Self-Care Ideology Directed Study - Pain Care Programme Approach Physical Health and Mental Health Learning Disability Nursing Models Blogging** – Complete the activity listed in Bb Overview of A&P respiratory system and principles and practices of caring for a child with a condition of respiratory system Assignment Guidelines 2 Group Work – Formative Presentation Lifelong Health

Adult

LT

H1

Child

AF

H201

MH

VP

H202

LD Adult

JK

LINC S5

09:00-12:00 09:00-10:30 11:00-12:00 09:00-12:00

L

Directed Study – Assessment/Care Planning (3.75hrs) Mental Health Adult

11:00-12:00

Grp

Flipped Classroom* - Review Module Blackboard Content (3.75 hrs) Adult

Introduction to the Module

09:00-10:30

AFTERNOON

Flipped Classroom* - Review Module Blackboard Content (3.75 hrs) Adult

09:00-10:00

09:00-12:00

Fri 20 Jan

MORNING

Adult

DC MF LR

Child

H2

H201 H202

H201

MH

VP

H202

LD

SA

LINC S5

LUNCH

PUP4001 PUP4001

V

Adult 1 Adult 2 Adult 3 Adult 4 Child

DMS

LINC F4 E25 HUB2 E2 H201

Communication Workshop

MH

LR

H202

15:00-17:00

Directed Study – Communication Skills

MH

13:00-15:00

Social Model of Disability

LD

RJ

LINC S1

13:00-16:00

13:00-16:00

Blogging – Complete the activity listed in Bb Review and application of Nursing models, goal setting and decision making in practice Care Planning Workshop Directed Study – Assessment Scales used in Mental Health Formative Assessment 1 (HAL) Student Directed

13:00-15:00 15:00-18:00 13:00-16:00 13:00-17:00

The Changing Role of the Nurse Directed Study – Reading Tissue Viability Directed Study – Care Planning in Mental Health

13:00-16:00

Public Health and LD Issues

13:00-16:00

Blogging – Complete the activity listed in Bb

Adult

13:00-16:00

Principles and practices of caring for a child with a condition of respiratory system

13:00-15:00 13:00-16:00

13:00-16:00

Common Long Term Conditions

13:00-15:00

Drivers for Child Centered Services and Acute Care

13:00-15:00

13:00-16:00 13:00-15:00 15:00-17:00

Adult Child MH

LT

DC MF LR

H201 H202

MH LD

H203

Adult

LT

H1

Child MH

TB

H201

LD

SA

LINC S5

Child

MF

H201

Dementia Part 2

MH

VP

H202

Health Inequalities

LD

JK

LINC S5

Page 1 of 7 *The Flipped Classroom: is a mode of teaching for which you are expected to complete the work that is set, before the class session. The aim is to allow class contact time to be devoted to activities, projects and/or discussion. Therefore, all work that is set MUST be completed prior to the session. **Blogging: is an interactive form of publishing content in Blackboard (Bb) which is used as a platform to share findings with your peers to create professional learning communities. Please NOTE that the activities set are designed to support your preparation for the assessment which will include improving academic skills such as writing at level 5 which must include analysis. Tutorials are opportunities to meet with your academic supervisor to discuss the module assignment therefore please ensure that you agree at date and time to meet with your academic supervisor


PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 21/03/2017

Week 2: w/c 23rd January 2017

Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University Grp

L

V

AFTERNOON

Directed Study – Physiology of Health Activity (3.75 hrs) Adult Directed Study (3.75 hrs) – Complete Cardiac Quiz Child Directed Study – Care Planning and Goal Setting (3.75 hrs) Mental Health

Mon 23 Jun

Grp

L

V

Adult 1 Adult 2 Adult 3 Adult 4

LT DMO LM

LINC F4 E25 HUB2 E2

Child

DC

H243

MH LD

SA

H021

Directed Study – Physiology of Health Activity (3.75 hrs) Adult Personal Study (3.75hrs) Child Directed Study – Care Planning and Goal Setting (3.75 hrs) Mental Health

09:00-10:00

Feedback from Activity

10:30-12:00

Meet the Gallagher’s’ Are the Gallagher’s’ healthy?

Adult

LT

H1

13:00-16:00

09:00-12:00

Raised ICP and COMA Assessment

Child

DC

H243

13:00-16:00

09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00

Group Work – Preparing for Formative Presentations Health and Social Policy

MH LD

LR RJ

LINC F4 H021

13:00-17:00 13:00-16:00

Raised ICP and COMA assessment, plus start of Neuro conditions Directed Study – Goal Setting using SMART Objectives Wider Determinants of Health

09:00-10:00

Revision: The determinants of health

Adult

JS

13:00-15:00

Health Indicators

Adult

LT

H2

10:30-12:00

Adult

LT

13:00-15:30

DMS

H201

Child

DC

H201

All

LR

MH

CK

H202

15:00-17:00

Health and Social Care Policy Group Working Activity Preparing for Formative Presentations Directed Study – Reviewing Journal Articles

Child

09:00-10:30 11:00-12:00 09:00-12:00

Measuring Health Acute Neurological Conditions Presenting in Children’s Services Psychopathology of Delusions Eating Disorders Positive Behaviour Support 1

13:00-16:00

Formative Assessment Task 1 – Feedback (IHAL)

09:00-10:00

Men’s Health

Adult

EHu

H2

10:30-12:00

Screening and Immunisation

Adult

TB

Paediatric Assessment Skills

Child A

09:00-12:00

09:00-12:00

Adult

LM

Women’s Health

Adult

AB

09:00-12:00

Personal Study (Child) Common Side Effects with Medications used in Mental Health Therapeutic Interventions in the Elderly End of Life Palliative Care

11:00-12:00 09:00-12:00

MH

LR

MH LD

CK SA

H203 H105

MH

LR

H202

LD

Sam Nellist

LINC S5

Adult

LC

H2

MH

RK

H202

SA

LINC S5

Child B

Directed Study – Medication used in Mental Health

H203

13:00-16:00

Carers Support – Sefton CVS

13:00-15:00

Polypharmacy

13:00-16:00

Personal Study (Child)

13:00-15:00

Assessment Part 1

15:00-17:00

Directed Study – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and its use in Mental Health

13:00-16:00

Pain Management and Assessment

JK

Mental Health

DC MF BH DS

Adult

15:00-17:00

LD

10:30-12:00

H203

H202

LR

09:00-10:00

JK

Feedback Session on Medication Workbook

MH

Teaching and Goal Planning

Flipped Clas1sroom Polypharmacy Paediatric Assessment Skills

LD

13:00-15:00

Child B

09:00-12:00

13:00-16:00

H2

H202 LINC S5

H202

MH

Theory of Skills Enteral Feeding, o2 Therapy, NP Suction, Removal of Wound Closure

H203 H105

09:00-12:00

13:00-15:00

Critical review of Self-Care Ideology

13:00-16:00

DC MF BH DS

Theory of Skills Enteral Feeding, o2 Therapy, NP Suction, Removal of Wound Closure Introduction to the Medication Workbook

09:12-10:30

H2

LUNCH

Tue 24 Jan Wed 25 Jan Thu 26 Jan Fri 27 Jan

MORNING

MSc Nursing Intake Sept 15

Child A

LD

Page 2 of 7 *The Flipped Classroom: is a mode of teaching for which you are expected to complete the work that is set, before the class session. The aim is to allow class contact time to be devoted to activities, projects and/or discussion. Therefore, all work that is set MUST be completed prior to the session. **Blogging: is an interactive form of publishing content in Blackboard (Bb) which is used as a platform to share findings with your peers to create professional learning communities. Please NOTE that the activities set are designed to support your preparation for the assessment which will include improving academic skills such as writing at level 5 which must include analysis. Tutorials are opportunities to meet with your academic supervisor to discuss the module assignment therefore please ensure that you agree at date and time to meet with your academic supervisor


PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 21/03/2017

Mon 30 Jan

Week 3: w/c 30th January 2017

Fri 3 Feb

Thu 2 Feb

Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University

MORNING

Grp

Communications Workshop

All

L

V

AFTERNOON

13:00-16:00

OSCE Preparation

LT DMO LM JS DS

H203 H204 H020 LINC F4

14:00-17:00

Blogging (3.75 hrs) Adult

13:30-16:00

Skeletal System

13:00-17:00

Directed Study – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Mindfulness (MH)

MH LD

LR ES

H202 LINC S1

13:00-16:00

LD Nurse Role in Supporting Health

13:00-15:00

Promoting and sustaining Independence Workshop Information Prescription

13:00-14:30 14:30-16:00

Transition, Discharge and Referral Systems Investigations, Collection and Interpretation of Results

Adult 1 Adult 2 Adult 3 Adult 4 Child

09:00-13:00

Resilience Workshop

09:00-10:30 09:15-12:00 09:30-12:00

Legal and Ethical Challenges in Paediatric Practice Directed Study – Continue with Common Conditions workbook An Introduction to the Recovery Model Developing Collaborative MDT Skills

09:00-10:00

Collaborative Care: Inter professional Teams

Adult

LT

10:30-12:00

The Future: Primary Care

Adult

LC

09:00-10:30

Assignment Guidance with Application to APIE Processes

Child

MF

H201

09:15-12:00

Bipolar Part 2

MH

LR

H202

13:00-16:00

09:00-12:00

The Older Adult

LD

JR

H240

09:00-10:30 11:00-12:00

Living with Neurological Conditions

Adult

LT

H2

Child A Child B MH LD Adult Child A

EA MF/DC LR/RK JT DMO

H201 H101 H202 H020 H2 H101

11:00-12:30

10:00-12:00

Specialist Communication Acute Trauma Assessment Skills Group Work – Preparing for Formative Presentations HEF Living with an Autoimmune Disorder Round Robin for Skills Practice Directed Study – Common Acute Paediatric Conditions Workbook An Introduction to Child and Adolescent Mental Health

09:00-12:00

Empowerment and Employment

09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00

Grp

H201

Child

Child B MH LD

H201

H2

N/A RW

H202

LUNCH

Wed 1 Feb

Tue 31 Jan

09:00-12:00

MSc Nursing Intake Sept 15

L

All

Child

LD

V

H101

PH

H201

DW

LINC S1

LT JS

H203 H204 H243 LINC S5

Adult 1 Adult 2 Adult 3 Adult 4 Child Child

TB MF

An Introduction to Self-Harm and Suicide

MH

JB

H202

13:00-16:00

Directed Study – Formative Assessment Task 2 (ER, HP)

LD

13:00-17:00

Living with Neurological Conditions

Adult

LT

H2

Child A Child B MH LD Adult Child A

MF/DC EA/MB

H101 H201

JT KOD SB

H020 H2 H104

13:00-17:00 13:00-17:00 13:00-16:00 13:00-17:00 13:00-16:00 13:00-14:30 14:45-16:00 13:00-16:00

Acute Trauma Assessment Skills Specialist Communication Directed Study – Preparing For Assignment ACC Living with Thalidomide Round Robin for Skills Practice Directed Study – Common Acute Paediatric Conditions Workbook Psychosocial Models Medical Social Models Easy Read Health promotion- (DS feedback formative assessment 2 ER,HP)

Child B

H201

N/A

MH MH

RK LR

H202

LD

SA

LINC S5

Page 3 of 7 *The Flipped Classroom: is a mode of teaching for which you are expected to complete the work that is set, before the class session. The aim is to allow class contact time to be devoted to activities, projects and/or discussion. Therefore, all work that is set MUST be completed prior to the session. **Blogging: is an interactive form of publishing content in Blackboard (Bb) which is used as a platform to share findings with your peers to create professional learning communities. Please NOTE that the activities set are designed to support your preparation for the assessment which will include improving academic skills such as writing at level 5 which must include analysis. Tutorials are opportunities to meet with your academic supervisor to discuss the module assignment therefore please ensure that you agree at date and time to meet with your academic supervisor


PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 21/03/2017

Week 4: w/c 6th February 2017

MSc Nursing Intake Sept 15

Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University

MORNING Grp Directed Study – Catch up (3.75 hrs) Adult

L

V

AFTERNOON Directed Study – Catch up (3.75 hrs) Adult

Fri 10 Feb

Thu 9 Feb

09:00-10:30 11:00-12:00

Round Robin for Skills Practice

Child B

H101 H105

Directed Study – Common Acute Paediatric Conditions Workbook

Child A

N/A

09:00-10:00

Living with Bowel Cancer

Adult

EHu

10:30-12:00

Living with Chronic Wounds

Adult

TB

09:00-12:00

An Introduction to KGV (Theoretical Session)

MH

RK

09:00-12:00

Fundamental Health Management Skills

LD

GC

09:00-12:00

Living with Respiratory Disease

Adult

09:00-12:00

Care Planning and Record Keeping in Different Settings and Safeguarding

L

V

Directed Study – Medications used in Mental Health (3.75 hrs) Mental Health 13:00-14:30 14:45-16:00

Round Robin for Skills Practice

Child B

H101 H105

Directed Study – Common Acute Paediatric Conditions Workbook

Child A

N/A

13:00-14:00

Living with Chronic Pain

Adult

DMO

14:30-16:00

Living with Depression

Adult

LM

LINC F4 PSS014A

13:00-15:00

KGV Continued (Practical Session)

MH

RK/LR

H243

15:00-17:00

Directed Study – Further Exploration of KGV

MH

SR/TR

H202

JS

H2

13:00-16:00

Living with Respiratory Disease

Adult

JS

H2

Child

DMS

H204

Child

RW

H204

MH

RK/LR

H243

Child

DC MF EA

H204

H2

LUNCH

Wed 8 Feb

Tue 7 Feb

Mon 6 Feb

Directed Study – Medications used in Mental Health (3.75 hrs) Mental Health

Grp

13:00-16:00

09:00-12:00

Assignment Workshop

MH

RK/LR

H243

13:00-15:00

09:00-12:00 09:00-10:00

Positive Behaviour Support 2 Living with Hypertension

LD Adult

JK JS

E25

13:00-16:00 13:00-17:00

10:30-12:00

Living with Renal Failure

Adult

JS DMO

H2

10:30-12:00

Developing Collaborative Skills in MDT work

Child

DR

H204

09:00-12:00

Formative Presentations

MH

LR

H243

09:00-12:00

Therapeutic Communication and Relationships

LD

CC

H240

09:00-12:00

The Expert Patient – Conference

Adult

MT

09:00-12:00

An Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

MH

LR

09:00-12:00

Long Term Conditions

LD

GC

H021

CAMHS, including Substance Misuse and Empowering Children and Young People Health Promotion and Public Health with an Emphasis on Mental Health Directed Study – Formative Assessment Task 3 (E+E)

H2

LD

Tutorials / Making use of the Originality Score ADULT

13:00-16:00

Feedback on Common Acute Paediatric Conditions Workbook

13:00-17:00

Assignment Guidance Tutorials (Bring Plan) Tutorials By Appointment

All

LR/RK

13:00-16:00

Engaging and Disengaging from Professional Therapeutic Relationships

LD

CC

H2

13:00-17:00

The Expert Patient – Conference

Adult

MT

H2

H243

13:00-15:00

Introduction to Mindfulness

MH

JB

H243

15:00-17:00

Directed Study – Assignment Preparation

MH

13:00-16:00

Acute Liaison Role

LD

JG

H021

H241 H021

Page 4 of 7 *The Flipped Classroom: is a mode of teaching for which you are expected to complete the work that is set, before the class session. The aim is to allow class contact time to be devoted to activities, projects and/or discussion. Therefore, all work that is set MUST be completed prior to the session. **Blogging: is an interactive form of publishing content in Blackboard (Bb) which is used as a platform to share findings with your peers to create professional learning communities. Please NOTE that the activities set are designed to support your preparation for the assessment which will include improving academic skills such as writing at level 5 which must include analysis. Tutorials are opportunities to meet with your academic supervisor to discuss the module assignment therefore please ensure that you agree at date and time to meet with your academic supervisor


PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 21/03/2017

Fri 17 Feb

Thu 16 Feb

Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University

MORNING

10:00-12:00

Tutorials Flipped Classroom Adult

09:00-12:00

Academic Tutorials Child

Grp

L

AFTERNOON

V

Directed Study – Medications used in Mental Health (3.75 hrs) Mental Health

14:00-16:00

Tutorials Flipped Classroom Adult

13:00-17:00

Academic Tutorials Child

09:00-10:00

Living with Dementia

Adult

LT

H2

13:00-17:00

Tutorials / Uniskills Academic Writing ADULT

09:00-12:00

Children Presenting with Signs and Symptoms of Acute Abdomen – Differential Diagnoses and Principles of Care

Child

DC MF

H203

13:00-16:00

Risk Management in Pre & Post Op Care & Module Evaluation

09:30-12:00

Emergency Powers Part 1

MH

BW

H204

13:00-13:30

09:00-12:00

Accessing Leisure

09:00-12:00

Grp

DC

H203

13:30-17:00

Feedback from Directed Study (13.02.17) & Module Evaluation Assignment Guidance (Final Draft)

MH

LR/RK

H204

13:00-16:00

Formative Assessment Task 3 Feedback (E+E)

LD

CC

H021

13:00-16:00

Tutorials / Discover More ADULT

13:00-16:00

I.V. Therapy Skills

Child

MF BH

H101 H104

MH

LR

H204

LD

JK

H021

CC

H021

Assisted Technologies

Adult

H2

09:00-12:00

Theory of I.V. Therapy Skills

Child

DMO MF BH

09:00-12:00

Emergency Powers Part 1

MH

BW

H204

13:00-16:00

09:00-12:00

Numeracy and Pharmacology

LD

GC

H021

13:00-16:00

Assessment and Decision Making in Mental Health – A Workshop Approach Sensory Impairment

09:00-10:00

End of Life Workshop

Adult

LT

H2

13:00-16:00

Tutorials / Discover More

Adult

09:00-12:00

Tutorials – to be negotiated with academic supervisor

Child

13:00-17:00

Tutorials – to be negotiated with academic supervisor

Child

09:00-12:00

An Introduction to Family Interventions

MH

RK

H204

13:00-16:00

Service User Perspective

MH

09:00-12:00

Assignment Guidelines

LD

JK

PSS0 14-A

13:00-16:00

Assignment Guidelines & Module Evaluation

LD

09:00-10:00

Writing Workshops

Adult 1

13:00-14:00

Writing Workshops

Adult 3

11:00-12:00

Writing Workshops Directed Study – Assessment Scales used in Mental Health

Adult 2

15:00-16:00

Writing Workshops Directed Study – Assessment Scales used in Mental Health

Adult 4

MH

V

Child

LD

09:00-12:00

L

Directed Study – Medications used in Mental Health (3.75 hrs) Mental Health

H202

H240

LUNCH

Wed 15 Feb

Tue 14 Feb

Mon 13 Feb

Week 5: w/c 13th February 2017

MSc Nursing Intake Sept 15

13:00-17:00

H204 JK

PSS0 14-A H240

MH

Page 5 of 7 *The Flipped Classroom: is a mode of teaching for which you are expected to complete the work that is set, before the class session. The aim is to allow class contact time to be devoted to activities, projects and/or discussion. Therefore, all work that is set MUST be completed prior to the session. **Blogging: is an interactive form of publishing content in Blackboard (Bb) which is used as a platform to share findings with your peers to create professional learning communities. Please NOTE that the activities set are designed to support your preparation for the assessment which will include improving academic skills such as writing at level 5 which must include analysis. Tutorials are opportunities to meet with your academic supervisor to discuss the module assignment therefore please ensure that you agree at date and time to meet with your academic supervisor


PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 21/03/2017

MSc Nursing Intake Sept 15

Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University

Week 6: w/c 20th February 2017 AFTERNOON

ASSESSMENT WEEK

ASSESSMENT WEEK

ASSESSMENT WEEK

ASSESSMENT WEEK

ASSESSMENT WEEK

ASSESSMENT WEEK

LUNCH

Mon 20 Feb

ASSESSMENT WEEK

Tue 21 Feb

V

Wed 22 Feb

L

Thu 23 Feb

Grp

Fri 24 Feb

MORNING

ASSESSMENT WEEK

ASSESSMENT WEEK

Grp

L

V

ASSESSMENT WEEK

Page 6 of 7 *The Flipped Classroom: is a mode of teaching for which you are expected to complete the work that is set, before the class session. The aim is to allow class contact time to be devoted to activities, projects and/or discussion. Therefore, all work that is set MUST be completed prior to the session. **Blogging: is an interactive form of publishing content in Blackboard (Bb) which is used as a platform to share findings with your peers to create professional learning communities. Please NOTE that the activities set are designed to support your preparation for the assessment which will include improving academic skills such as writing at level 5 which must include analysis. Tutorials are opportunities to meet with your academic supervisor to discuss the module assignment therefore please ensure that you agree at date and time to meet with your academic supervisor


PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 21/03/2017

MSc Nursing Intake Sept 15

Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University

Monday 27th March 2017 MORNING 09:00-12:00

Interim PAR review & Maths (1) Workshop

Grp

L

All

V H202

Friday 7th April 2017 MORNING 09:00-10:00

PAR Verification

Grp All

L

V H202

Directed Study – (Adult 1, 2, 3) 10:00-12:00

Complete Level 2 Core Skill Preventing Radicalisation and check that you have completed the following Core Skills for year 2 • Level 2 Resuscitation Adults • Level 2 Resuscitation Paediatrics • Level 2 Infection Prevention and Control • Level 1 Information Governance

Dates for your diary 2017 (PUP4096) Monday 8th May 2017 – OSCE Practice (optional drop-in) 09:00-16:00, H101 Tuesday 30th May 2017 – OSCE Practice (optional drop-in) 09:00-16:00, H105 Wednesday 31st May 2017 – OSCE Assessment 09:00-16:00, H101 Monday 10th July 2017 – Placement 3 PAR Verification 09:00-12:00, H202 Friday 4th August 2017 – 09:00-12:00, H202 Page 7 of 7 *The Flipped Classroom: is a mode of teaching for which you are expected to complete the work that is set, before the class session. The aim is to allow class contact time to be devoted to activities, projects and/or discussion. Therefore, all work that is set MUST be completed prior to the session. **Blogging: is an interactive form of publishing content in Blackboard (Bb) which is used as a platform to share findings with your peers to create professional learning communities. Please NOTE that the activities set are designed to support your preparation for the assessment which will include improving academic skills such as writing at level 5 which must include analysis. Tutorials are opportunities to meet with your academic supervisor to discuss the module assignment therefore please ensure that you agree at date and time to meet with your academic supervisor

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