PRACTICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE PART 3A

SHE Level 3
SCQF Credit Points 20.00
ECTS Credit Points 10.00
Module Code M3B726118
Module Leader Janine Scott
School School of Health and Life Sciences
Subject Nursing
Trimesters
  • A (September start)
  • B (January start)
  • C (May start)

Summary of Content

This practice learning module for all four fields of nursing practice, consists of a practice learning experience and a University day at the end of the module for debriefing/PAD sign-off. Theoretical concepts will be applied to practice to develop knowledge and understanding. Students will be developing independence and actively participating in care, demonstrating increasing confidence and competence. The type of PLE is identified within the Scottish PAD for each individual field. The module provides students with the opportunity to develop further professional skills for nursing practice within the NMC Platforms and Annexes. Within this module students will undertake 234 of hours of practice as part of the total 2300 hours required for the programme which is stipulated in the NMC Standards for pre-registration nursing programmes.

Syllabus

-360b7 Future Nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses (NMC 2018) b7 Practice Assessment Document b7 NMC Platforms and Proficiencies b7 NMC Annexes A & B: Skills and Procedures b7 EU Legislation: Directive 2005/36/EC (Adult Field only )

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of the module the student should be able to:1. With reference to the Participation in Care Framework, demonstrate safe, effective and person-centred practice at the INDEPENDENT level of performance.2. Demonstrate evidence of critical thinking through the application of theory to practice.3. Safely demonstrate skills and procedures within Annexe A and Annexe B of the Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses (NMC 2018).4. Critically evaluate own practice and identify own future learning development needs through collaborative discussion with the nominated practice supervisor(s) and, practice assessor and academic assessor.5. Demonstrate achievement of the proficiencies for successful completion of PLE7 as per the PAD.

Teaching / Learning Strategy

Students will be supported and supervised in their practice learning experience by a nominated practice supervisor who may be a registered nurse or another registered health and social care professional to develop their proficiencies, skills and procedures in practice. The level of supervision provided to the student will reflect their own individual learning needs. The 'Participation in Care' Framework contained within the PAD details the expected level of performance for each part of the programme. The student's final assessment will be undertaken by a nominated practice assessor in collaboration with a nominated academic assessor to confirm achievement of the platforms and proficiencies for this PLE. The GCU (2019) Practice Grading Rubric will be used to confirm a grade for the placement.

Indicative Reading

ARNOLD, E. & BOGGS, K., 2019. Interpersonal Relationships: professional communication skills for nurses 8 th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders. ATHERTON, H. & CRICKMORE, D., 2011. Learning Disabilities: Towards Inclusion . 6 th ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. BURTON, R. & ORMORD, G., 2011. Nursing: Transition to Professional Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOUGHERTY, L. & LISTER, S., 2015. The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures . 9 th ed. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. EDWARDS, D., HAWKER, C., CARRIER, J., REES, C., 2015. A systematic review of the effectiveness of strategies and interventions to improve the transition from students to newly qualified nurse. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 52(7), pp. 1254 - 1268. FELSTEAD, I., 2013, Role modelling and students' professional development, British Journal of Nursing , 22 (4), pp. 223-227. GLASPER, A. & RICHARDSON, J., 2010. A textbook of children's and young people's nursing. 2 nd ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. FOWLER, J., 2010. The Staff Nurse Survival Guide . 2 nd ed. Mark Allan Group Quay Books. GORMLEY-FLEMING, E., MARTIN, D., 2018. Children and Young People's Nursing Skills at a Glance. Chichester: Wiley. HIGGINS G., SPENCER, R.L., KANE, R., 2010. A systematic review of the experiences and perceptions of the newly qualified nurse in the United Kingdom. Nurse Education Today. 30, pp. 499-508. MACQUEEN, S., BRUCE, E. & GIBSON, F., 2012. The Great Ormond Street Hospital Manual of Children's Nursing Practices. Chichester: Whiley-Blackwell. MWEBE, H., 2017. Psychopharmacology: A mental health professional's guide to commonly used medications. St Albans: Critical Publishing. RENTON, S., MCGUINNESS, C., STRACHAN, E., 2019. Clinical Nursing Practices . 6 th ed. Edinburgh: Elsevier. SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT, 2014. Making it Easy: A health literacy action plan for Scotland . [online] Scottish Government. [viewed 23 August 2019] Available from: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0045/00451263.pdf> NORMAN, I.J. & RYRIE, I., 2015. The Art and Science of Mental Health: A textbook of principles and practice. Maidenhead: Open University Press: McGraw Hill. NORMAN, I J., RYRIE, I., 2018. The Art and Science of Mental Health Nursing: Principles and Practice . 4 th ed. Open University Press. PEATE, I. & GORMLEY-FLEMING, E., 2019. Fundamentals of Children's Applied Pathophysiology: An Essential Guide for Nursing and Healthcare Students. Chichester: Wiley. PRICE, J. & MCALINDEN, O., 2018. Essentials of nursing and young people . London: Sage Publications Ltd. RENTON, S., MCGUINNESS, C., STRACHAN, E., 2019. Clinical Nursing Practices . 6 th ed. Edinburgh: Elsevier. TEMPLE, J., 2012. Becoming a Registered Nurse: making the transition to practice. Learning matters. Websites: Better Together: Scotland's patient experience programme <http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/20095545/0> Flying Start NHS Scotland <http://www.flyingstart.scot.nhs.uk/> Inpatient Experience Survey <https://www2.gov.scot/Topics/Statistics/Browse/Health/InpatientSurvey> JISC, Developing students' digital literacy <http://www.jisc.ac.uk/guides/developing-students-digital-literacy> RCN Digital Literacy <https://www.rcn.org.uk/clinical-topics/ehealth/digital-skills> NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde http://www.nhsggc.org.uk/content/ National Institute of Clinical Excellence <http://nice.org.uk/> Nursing and Midwifery Council <http://www.nmc-uk.org/> NHS Education for Scotland (NES) Effective practitioner www.effectivepractitioner.nes.scot.nhs.uk <http://www.effectivepractitioner.nes.scot.nhs.uk> NES The health literacy place <http://www.knowledge.scot.nhs.uk/healthliteracy.aspx> Scottish clinical skills network <http://www.knowledge.scot.nhs.uk/home.aspx> Scottish Government- Health and Community Care <https://www.gov.scot/health-and-social-care/> <http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Health> S cottish Government - Nursing and Midwifery Workforce <https://www.gov.scot/policies/health-workforce/nursing-and-midwifery/> The Royal Marsden Manual Online <https://www.rmmonline.co.uk/>

Transferrable Skills

Development, or enhancement, of -360b7 Communication (verbal and non-verbal) and team working b7 Assessment, planning, analysis, evaluation and clinical judgement b7 Independent learning skills b7 Reflection b7 Theory and practice integrations and problem solving b7 Critical thinking and decision making skills b7 Confidence

Module Structure

Activity Total Hours
Tutorials (FT) 6.00
Placement 234.00

Assessment Methods

Component Duration Weighting Threshold Description
Placement 01 n/a 100.00 40% Practice Learning Experience