Module introduction     Introduction to NursingUniversity of the West of Scotland              2012
Intended learning outcomesYou will be able to: Identify and contact the module team; Outline the structure and content o...
PurposeTo develop your understanding of the  role of the nurse in caring for and         safeguarding people
Module learning outcomes  Principles           Policies & issues                CareEvidence-base          Communication
Your module team     Moodle
Structure Campus            PlacementWeeks 1 to 9      Weeks 10 to 13
CampusModified lecturesWorkshopsTutorialsOnlineIndependent study
Module information      Moodle
ContentDesigned to help you meet the module learning outcomes
ContentTimetable
Responsibilities Attendance Punctuality Preparation Behaviour
Assessment2 essential components:1. Written assignment;2. Practice placement assessment.                  Remember  You mu...
AssessmentAssessment guidance
Written assignmentFormative               Summative 500 words              1500 words 15th Oct. 2012         19th Dec....
Formative assessment:Annotated bibliography Locate 4 credible sources of evidence related to  confidentiality in nursing;...
Summative assessment:Introduction to Nursing Workbook3 sections1. Confidentiality2. Communication3. Dignity and respect in...
Introduction to Nursing       Workbook
Academic support Questions about your assignment?  – Post on Moodle  – Posts will be reviewed and answers provided Timet...
Practice placement assessmentFormative               Summative Week 2 to 3            Week 4 Strengths and areas    Pa...
Practice placement       assessmentHealthcare Support Worker (HCSW)       Induction Standards
HCSW Induction Standards14 standards focusing on: Basic things you need to know and do e.g.  – Roles and responsibilities...
Intended learning outcomesYou will be able to: Identify and contact the module team; Outline the structure and content o...
Introduction to nursing       Module introductionUniversity of the West of Scotland              2012
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  • Following a period of study and reflection.
  • Level 7 (Year 1 - Certificate Level) 20 academic credits (1 of 6 modules in Year 1 = 120 credits in total by the end of Year 1)
  • Values-based, person-centred care.4 module learning outcomes on which the content and assessment are based.
  • Online to the Moodle site, highlighting the tabs for navigating around the siteClick on the Module team tab to identify the local module team, site deputy and module coordinatorClick on the Module Handbook tab and identify key sections of the Handbook.
  • Highlighting recommended reading given in the Module Handbook to help students prepare for each week. The more prepared students are, the more they will gain from taught sessions.
  • Go back to the Moodle siteUse the Module Handbook tab to access the recommended readingUse the Week 1 and Week 2 tabs to demonstrate how students will access this information week-to-week.
  • Go to Moodle and use the Timetable tab to access local timetable, stressing the need to check the online timetable at least every week for changes. Times and venues subject to change – highlight student responsibility for being in the right place at the right time.
  • Attendance – highlight the 75% rule (less than 75% - not eligible to submit assessment). It is the student’s responsibility to sign the Registers.Punctuality – no admittance to class after 10 minutes from start timePreparation – lecturers will assume the recommended reading has been doneBehaviour – ground rules to be discussed in the next session e.g. mobile phones etc.
  • Go back to Moodle and access assessment tab.
  • Summarise written assignment. Stress the importance of the formative assessment.
  • Stress that the topic is also part of the summative assessment so completing the formative assessment will help with the summative. Already part of the way there.
  • 3 main areas in the form of a workbook.
  • Go back to the assessment tab and access the Introduction to Nursing Workbook.Brief explanation of Turnitin and student guides for the same. Access Moodle and Assessment tab for link. Electronic submission, plagiarism.
  • Stress the role of the Mentor – more information on this later in Preparation for Practice sessions.
  • Students assessed against the HCSW induction standards.
  • Go back to Moodle and access the HCSW standards information leaflet via the Practice Placement tab to identify the standards. Stress that these are all contained in the OAR to be discussed during the Preparation for Practice sessions.
  • Consider outcomes – does anything need further clarification? Any questions?
  • NURS07022 Module Introduction

    1. 1. Module introduction Introduction to NursingUniversity of the West of Scotland 2012
    2. 2. Intended learning outcomesYou will be able to: Identify and contact the module team; Outline the structure and content of the module; Describe your responsibilities in relation to learning and assessment.
    3. 3. PurposeTo develop your understanding of the role of the nurse in caring for and safeguarding people
    4. 4. Module learning outcomes Principles Policies & issues CareEvidence-base Communication
    5. 5. Your module team Moodle
    6. 6. Structure Campus PlacementWeeks 1 to 9 Weeks 10 to 13
    7. 7. CampusModified lecturesWorkshopsTutorialsOnlineIndependent study
    8. 8. Module information Moodle
    9. 9. ContentDesigned to help you meet the module learning outcomes
    10. 10. ContentTimetable
    11. 11. Responsibilities Attendance Punctuality Preparation Behaviour
    12. 12. Assessment2 essential components:1. Written assignment;2. Practice placement assessment. Remember You must pass both to pass the module overall
    13. 13. AssessmentAssessment guidance
    14. 14. Written assignmentFormative Summative 500 words  1500 words 15th Oct. 2012  19th Dec. 2012 Not graded but will  Graded to give the help with summative overall module mark
    15. 15. Formative assessment:Annotated bibliography Locate 4 credible sources of evidence related to confidentiality in nursing; Summarise the main points of each source, including a citation for the source; Provide a reference list of these sources in accordance with UWS Referencing Guidelines.
    16. 16. Summative assessment:Introduction to Nursing Workbook3 sections1. Confidentiality2. Communication3. Dignity and respect in care
    17. 17. Introduction to Nursing Workbook
    18. 18. Academic support Questions about your assignment? – Post on Moodle – Posts will be reviewed and answers provided Timetabled academic support sessions
    19. 19. Practice placement assessmentFormative Summative Week 2 to 3  Week 4 Strengths and areas  Pass required to pass for improvement the module overall
    20. 20. Practice placement assessmentHealthcare Support Worker (HCSW) Induction Standards
    21. 21. HCSW Induction Standards14 standards focusing on: Basic things you need to know and do e.g. – Roles and responsibilities – NHS policies and procedures – Safety and security in the workplace Moodle
    22. 22. Intended learning outcomesYou will be able to: Identify and contact the module team; Outline the structure and content of the module; Describe your responsibilities in relation to learning and assessment.
    23. 23. Introduction to nursing Module introductionUniversity of the West of Scotland 2012

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