Module Critical Care: Contemporary Issues (level 6)

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Duration Part-time, Single Module
Start date April 2021
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The aim of this module is to explore contemporary issues underpinning the development of specialist knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the critically ill adult.

You will need to complete an induction prior to commencement of your first module. We have a comprehensive online induction package to welcome you to both the University and your programme of study. Alternatively classroom-based induction days take place at our Lancaster and Carlisle campuses and are usually scheduled for the first week of each semester.

The running of this module is dependent on there being sufficient numbers of interest.

Graduate destinations

This module can be studied as part of the University Advanced Diploma Practice Development: Acute and Critical Care. Alternatively, you may wish to use this module towards one of our top-up degrees: BSc (Hons) Nursing Practice or BSc (Hons) Practice Development.

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