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Fundamentals of Community Practice  (NR3160)

Please note: This module is compulsory on the BSc Community Practice but may be taken as an optional module on the BSc Clinical Practice.

Module code: 

NR3160

Credits: 

30

Level: 

6

Aim:

This module forms the basis of a number of Community nurse education pathways available from Cardiff University, namely BSc Community Health Studies (SPQ), BSc Community Practice and MSc Advanced Practice (Community Health Studies). It is aimed at nurses who currently work in any community setting or in an area where it is planned that services and roles will move wholly or partially from secondary to primary care in the future.

This module has been developed on an all-Wales basis in order to develop nurses to work effectively in community settings. The overall aim of module is to provide nurses with generic core knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively in a community setting.

The themes of the module will be:

  • Community as the context of care
  • Professional role and accountability
  • Practice in the community
  • Family centred care

Delivery: 

Each theme has a  theory and practice component and  the module will be delivered over a 15 week period.  The module will include 7 taught days, 4 directed study days and 20 days in clinical practice 

Module Dates 2014-2015:

16 18 23 30 September 2014; 7 14 21 28 October; 4 11 18 25 November; 2 December

10 12 17 24 February 2015; 3 10 17 24 31 March; 7 14 28 April; 5 May

Venue: Cardiff

Module leaders

Mrs Gina Newbury

Position:Lecturer: Primary Care and Public Health Nursing
Ms Gina Newbury
Telephone: +44 (029) 20 91 7836Extension: 7836

Ms Jayne Foley

Position:Lecturer: Primary Care and Public Health Nursing
Ms Janye Foley
Telephone: +44 (029) 2091 7735Extension: 7735