|2 day workshop at venue|
|Case study submission|
|Notional study time||600 hours|
|Credits||60 level 4|
This module aims to facilitate the development of knowledge and skills that underpin the role of the primary health care assistant. It is especially relevant for those working in a primary care environment who wish to expand their role and enhance their knowledge and skills in relation to working as a primary health care assistant.
The content covers administrative, practical and clinical matters to enable the student to assist health care professionals in their clinical activities
The course forms the core module of our Certificate in Higher Education (Cert. HE) Primary Care but may also be undertaken as a stand-alone course.
People working within a primary care environment for a minimum of 8 hours a week. They must be supported by a named registered nurse mentor. As part of the assessment involves writing three essays, it is important that students have a good ability to write clearly in English.
Teesside University UCAPD Primary Health Care Assistant 60 credits Level 4
- The evolving role of the Health Care Assistant in Primary Care
- Core principles and values for person-centred care
- Accountability and delegation (Legal and ethical issues)
- Patients’ rights (consent , confidentiality, dignity, equality and diversity, safeguarding)
- Methods of communication, data protection and record keeping
- Clinical skills ad competencies including relevant national guidelines and policies
- Health and safety
- Infection prevention and control
- Personal development
Dates & Locations
Competencies completed in practice and signed off by the registered nurse mentor
A 4,000 word essay.
|Study Type||Blended learning|
|Start Date||Multiple dates available|
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