You will learn to critically appraise the clinical, legal and ethical issues pertaining to caring for the End-of-Life patient.
Aim of Course
The aim of the Module is to enable health professionals to explore some End of Life issues for clients in a variety of health care settings.
Develop academic writing skills and referencing and how to assess evidenced based information.
Critically evaluate the principles underlying communication and its impact on planning and providing care for clients around End-of-Life care.
Evaluate in a critical manner the specialist knowledge and skills required to deliver optimal care in of End-of-Life care nursing.
Demonstrate an appropriate level of competence in relation to the assessment, planning, delivery and evaluation of End-of-Life nursing practice.
Demonstrate critical thinking ability which enhances clinical diagnosis, treatment implementation and evaluation through discursive knowledge, reflective of evidence-based practice.
Critical appraise the clinical, legal and ethical issues pertaining to caring for the End-of-Life patient.
Develop, implement and evaluate policies and criteria for appropriate nursing interventions across a wide range of End-of-Life services.
Ensure that professional accountability is maintained in accordance with clinical guidelines to ensure the safe and effective delivery of healthcare.