Intensive Care Nursing Level 6 6KNIC306
Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care
8 days taught over 11 weeks
Available course dates:
From: 28 September 2023 To: 07 December 2023
07 September 2023
Specific dimensions are highlighted against each learning outcome:
- Critically evaluate relevant critical care research to promote evidence based practice (KSF-HWB1-10/IK1-3/G2)
- Critically appraise policy, protocols, organisation and management of care for intensive care patients and their relatives (KSF-HWB1-10/IK1-2/G2)
- Critically review how the intensive care nurse effectively interacts within the inter-professional team to provide collaborative care within the ICU, hospital, and community setting (KSF-HWB1,8/IK1-3/G2)
- Debate the ethical and legal issues associated with intensive care nursing practice (KSF-HWB1-10/IK1-3)
Achieve relevant Step 2 and 3 core clinical competencies set out in the National Competency Framework for Adult Critical Care Nurses (CC3N 2015). Copies of this document are available online at: http://www.cc3n.org.uk/competency-framework/4577977310
Who will I learn with?
Who is this for?
Qualified nurses working in intensive care who have completed the step one national critical care competency framework or equivalent.
ALL SELF-FUNDING APPLICANTS must have a letter from the unit manager agreeing to provide clinical support and a mentor to undertake competency assessments.
How will I be assessed?
Online open book exam and practice assessment document
What is the teaching schedule?
Term 1 - 28/09/2023, 05/10, 12/10, 26/10, 02/11, 16/11, 30/11, 07/12
Term 3 - 09/05/2024, 16/05, 30/05, 06/06, 13/06, 20/06, 27/06, 04/07