Nursing - Comprehensive Advanced Health Assessment
Certificate in Comprehensive Advanced Health Assessment
This programme will allow nurses and midwives to develop the knowledge and skills to complete a comprehensive advanced health assessment in practice.
Assessment is a fundamental role of nursing/midwifery practice and involves a comprehensive, systematic collection of information about the service user.
The content within this programme supports the Department of Health's (2019) policy on the development of nursing and midwifery graduates towards roles as Advanced Nurse and Midwife Practitioners. The module in this course is also one of the mandatory modules on the Certificate in Nursing/Midwifery Medicinal Product Prescribing.
Who Should Apply?
Nurses and Midwives
- Comprehensive Advanced Health Assessment: Integrate and synthesize knowledge of altered homeostasis
- Develop skills in order to make accurate clinical judgements
- Anatomical and physiological organ systems
- Strategies for enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration
Registered Nurse/Midwife with NMBI or equivalent;
Currently employed in health care provision;
Applicants will normally hold a level 8 qualification;
Applicants who do not have a level 8 qualification may apply for entry to the programme in accordance with the procedures outlined in the DkIT Recognition of Prior Learning Policy.
Important notice about this course
AUTUMN COURSE NOW FULL AND CLOSED TO ANY FURTHER APPLICATIONS.
This programme is oversubscribed and there is NO waiting list for the September 2021 intake.
NEXT COURSE RUNS IN SPRING 2022. WE WILL BE OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS TO THIS INTAKE FROM END OF OCTOBER.
Applicants must submit copies of their CV, academic transcripts and professional registration with their application.
This course will be delivered over one semester with face to face lectures and online/blended learning content.