|Credits:||30 credits at level 6|
|Start Dates:||September 2018 (see below for detailed timetable)|
|Funding:||Open to funded and self-funding applicants dependent on availability|
|Location:||Brayford Pool Campus, Lincoln|
The aim of this course is to introduce practitioners to the key skills and knowledge required to take a comprehensive history and physical examination of the adult patient. The programme will specifically enhance the practitioner’s ability to interpret complex clinical information, and patient observations and findings, in order to enhance patient care and management.
Applications are open for 19th September 2018
To apply, please click on the application button at the top of the page. Select the module title from the drop down menu. Start dates will be listed in the next drop down menu.
Please ensure you are applying for the right course and have gained managerial consent prior to application.
Please note: All communications will be via email, to 'place of work' email addresses provided.
The course is 11 weeks in duration, 1 day per week. In addition, 60 hours supervised practice must be completed, signed and submitted with the portfolio.
1 OSCE Examination (Pass or Fail mark)
2 Portfolio of clinical evidence, including clinical competencies (40% pass mark)
The course is 11 weeks in duration, delivered on Wednesday every week. In addition, 60 hours supervised practice must be completed, signed and submitted with the portfolio.
These contact dates are provisionally timetabled and could be subject to change depending on minimum application level being reached.
Prior to application you must ensure that you have been approved for funding via your Trust or workplace internal process to avoid disappointment. Application to the course does not indicate allocation of a place and we would check this separately with your employer.
We will confirm with you at least four weeks prior to the programme start date if you have been allocated a place.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information