ND6003: Practice Based Learning 5 - Leading & Managing Service in Practice (Adult Nursing)

ND6003: Practice Based Learning 5 - Leading & Managing Service in Practice (Adult Nursing)

Please note this module descriptor is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.

Module Title Practice Based Learning 5 - Leading & Managing Service in Practice (Adult Nursing)
Module Code ND6003
Module Tutor Rachel Jefferies
School School of Health and Social Care
CAT Points 30
Level of Study 6
Brief Description

This module will help you to identify specific challenges in your workplace examining the skills you need to be equipped with to work as a qualified professional nurse which benefits the patient, the organisation and you. It will identify the most appropriate leadership and management styles for implementing and embedding change and identify the obstacles to successful change management.

Indicative Syllabus
  • Leading and managing in practice
  • Leading change in practice
  • Working within teams
  • Managing resources
  • Managing performance
  • Making decisions in practice
  • Evaluating impact
  • Encouraging improvement and innovation
  • Applying the theory to practice
  • Organisational, environmental and political influences in practice
  • Personal values of a good leadership
  • Applied bioinformatics and Genomics
  • Encouraging contribution
  • Medicines management (Workbook 5 formative)
Learning Outcomes
  1. Critically reflect on management behaviours and skills which influence organisational culture, team building, and promote effective people management in the clinical environment
  2. Critically analyse how theoretical understanding supports practice, reflecting on how your own approaches to management and leadership influence your relationships in the workplace
  3. Examine and critically analyse the impact of organisational, environmental and political context and concerns for managers in the health and social care sectors
  4. Critically explore the ethical requirements of good leadership and management on care, this should include personal values and ethical practice, legislative requirements and the value of learning from experience and listening to others
  5. Identify and critique your own strengths and limitations, considering the impact of your behaviour on others, and the effect of stress on your behaviour
  6. Understand and practice excellent verbal and nonverbal communication which avoids jargon and supports a therapeutic relationship
  7. Understand and articulate the relationship between bio informatics and genomics and the contribution they make to disease reduction
Learning and Teaching Activities
Assessment (For further details see the Module Guide) 001: 100% Coursework: Individual, standard written: 2000 words essay
002: 0% Coursework: Individual, portfolio: Ongoing achievement record
Special Assessment Requirements
Indicative Resources The current reading list can be found in the Module Guide, which your lecturer should make available via Moodle.

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