Level 6 (degree) and Level 7 (masters)
Blended learning approach with face to face delivery in Plymouth
Critically review the 4 pillars of Advanced Practice – Leadership, Clinical, Education, Research, which characterise the work of the advanced practitioner within a diversity of clinical settings.
Critically analyse the challenges to and opportunities for leadership that stimulate and facilitate effective service change, supporting inter-professional working and service user involvement to facilitate high quality care.
Critically evaluate contemporary policy drivers and framework within the health and social care sector in relation to an advanced level of practice.
Identify and critically analyse the professional issues relation to their own practice role within the context of integrated care delivery.
Critically debate the professional, political, legal and ethical demands of working within the context of advanced practice as an autonomous practitioner.
The summative assessment for this module is an essay.
(Please note that these assessment details are provisional – if you require further information please contact the module lead or the Professional Development Unit).
15, 22, 29 September and 6, 13, 20 October 2021.
*Please note, delivery 1 is now fully booked*
12, 26 January and 2, 9, 16, 23 February 2022.
26 April and 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 May 2022*
*Delivery 3 dates are still to be confirmed and may change.
(Occasionally delivery dates might be subject to change – always check with the module lead or Professional Development Unit).
Please be aware that all modules run to minimum numbers. In the event that there are low numbers, this module may be rescheduled to an alternative date. Some modules are also subject to maximum numbers – for further information please contact the Professional Development Unit.
This module can be studied as a standalone module or as a core module towards the following programmes:
- application forms
- change of name forms
- pre-course information
- downloadable guides
- student card.
- be a registered practitioner working in an area of practice that will allow you to meet the module outcomes
- ideally be in possession of previous study at degree level to study the module at masters level.