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Special Incident Management

Gain a theoretical framework for the acquisition of a range of clinical skills relevant to the primary emergency clinical setting.

The aim of this module is to provide the you with a theoretical framework for the acquisition of knowledge in the provision of healthcare in a range of challenging and unusual situations. These skills will support you in the safe identification and management of a range of clinical and non-clinical situations where specific interventions are required in order to maximise the clinical outcome. The skills will be supported by the relevant theoretical concepts and knowledge. The skills will be supported by the relevant theoretical concepts and knowledge.

Please note: Teaching may be facilitated off-site on one of the study days, if required.

Other options:

MSc route: available as part of the MSc in Advanced Critical Care Practice and MSc in Advanced Clincial Practice.
Not sure an MSc is for you? Take this module as a Postgraduate Award. Contact us for more information

Induction module

Before completing the course, you will undertake our Induction and Professional Development module, introducing you to all the underpinning regulations, guidance and support available to you during your postgraduate study.

Key Facts

Contact:

Cheryl Grantham/ Eva Mussio/ Claire Runaghan

Leaders:

Samantha Brace-McDonnell
Dr Mike Smyth

Duration: 6 weeks (including 45 teaching hours over 5 days + 1 assessment day and 155 hours of self-directed study)

Assessment:

  • 2,000-word case study
  • 1 x poster/ infographic

CATS: 20

Code: MD940

Next Course: 

Application Deadline: 22/04/2020

03/06/20

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15/07/20


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