Preparing for Professional Practice - HEA00017H
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- Department: Health Sciences
- Module co-ordinator: Mrs. Carole Lindsey
- Credit value: 10 credits
- Credit level: H
Academic year of delivery: 2019-20
- See module specification for other years:
Module will run
||Summer Term 2019-20
- To enhance the student midwife's confidence and competence to emerge as a qualified midwife.
- To develop leadership, decision making and management skills for professional practice.
- To consolidate the student's understanding of the professional responsibilities of a qualified midwife.
Module learning outcomes
This module will enable the student to:
- Enhance their confidence and competence to emerge as a qualified midwife.
- Act appropriately in more complex situations and make effective decisions.
- Demonstrate the ability to manage their time effectively.
- Develop their understanding of leadership and management skills for professional practice.
- Apply professional and legal frameworks regulating midwifery practice.
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Special assessment rules
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Written feedback for summative assessment is provided on the standard proforma, within the timescale specified in the programme handbook.
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