MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
BSc Nursing (Mental Health) options

Year 1, Component 03

HS221-4-FY
HS221-4-FY
Person-Centred Care 1
(60 CREDITS)

This module will prepare you for practice-based learning and to assess, plan and deliver person-centred care. You will develop confidence and competence in the range of fundamental nursing knowledge, proficiencies and procedures and develop an understanding of your professional accountability as a registered nurse. You will also be introduced to fundamental research capabilities so that you can locate, identify and incorporate evidence from a range of sources with your emergent practice.

HS221-4-FY
Person-Centred Care 1
(60 CREDITS)

This module will prepare you for practice-based learning and to assess, plan and deliver person-centred care. You will develop confidence and competence in the range of fundamental nursing knowledge, proficiencies and procedures and develop an understanding of your professional accountability as a registered nurse. You will also be introduced to fundamental research capabilities so that you can locate, identify and incorporate evidence from a range of sources with your emergent practice.

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