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Advanced Knowledge and Skills for the Management of the Critically Ill Adult Module


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This course is aimed at practitioners in the arena of critical care including intensive care, critical care outreach roles or other extended/advanced practice. All students must have access to clinical practice for the duration of the course.
University of Bradford, School of Health, Unity Building, 25 Trinity Road, Bradford, BD5 OBB, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

This part time postgraduate module of 30 credits is open to registered nurses. It can be studied as part of a programme leading to postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma or MSc. It can also be studied as a stand alone module to meet SSPRD requirements supporting extended nursing roles.

This module aims to synthesise critical thinking in the evaluation of knowledge and skills in order to effectively appraise, assess and intervene in the management of the critically ill. To develop and implement interventions supporting the wellbeing of a critically ill adult.




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