Long Term Conditions and Case Management Level 7 7KNIM708
Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care
Available course dates:
From: 02 May 2023 To: 20 June 2023
15 March 2023
This modules aims to give greater insight into policies that determines the provision of care for those clients with long term conditions and enhance skills through the use of best evidence when assessing and managing clients through self-care, disease management, and case management.
What will I achieve?
The student will be able to:
- Develop skills to lead complex care co-ordination and proactively manage the care of patients with long term conditions (LTC) in relation to the diverse challenges such as cognitive impairment and wellbeing. Support self-care, self-management and managed care at the end of life.
- Critically appraise current health care policies relating to clients with LTC and analyse the potential impact of government policy on service provision.
- Demonstrate a capacity to deal systematically with complex health and social issues raised by the care of patients with LTC, and make sound judgments in the absence of complete data
- Critically review the role of health informatics and be able to manage data sets in relation to the care of patients with LTC
- Identify and critically review the contribution of both quantitative and qualitative evidence about the care and experiences of people with LTC and integrate this analysis when making judgments and decisions about care management.
- Demonstrate self-direction, independent learning ability and autonomy in tackling problems and in planning and implementing tasks at an advanced level and an ability to communicate complex material clearly and appropriately in writing, and through verbal presentation within and across organizational boundaries
Who will I learn with?
Lecturer in Adult Nursing
How will I be assessed?
What is the teaching schedule?
Term 3 -
02/05/2023, 16/05, 06/06, 20/06