Clinical Assessment and Management Learning Contract -
Before applying for this module and for dates of next course you should contact Module Leader : [email protected]
The aim of this module is to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and skills, to enable the participating registered health care professionals to independently carry out assessment on patients with specific conditions and plan appropriate management within their specialty. The module also aims to enable the healthcare professional to build on their knowledge and skills to then practice autonomous patient care within defined protocols without reference to a medical practitioner.
This module is only offered at Honours degree level SCQF level 10 at 20 Credits (MHB723009) or 40 Credits (MHB723005)
The module runs over a 30 week period. Academic credit is gained through students successfully completing a learning contract, which the student compiles with the help and agreement of a suitable clinical mentor, their nursing line manager and suitable academic support. Students need to identify their own learning opportunities and provide a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate they have met the module’s learning objectives.
Workplace support: (NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde employees must have support from their Chief Nurse and be permitted to practice under supervision in your clinical area. Before applying for the module you need to have the agreement of a suitable clinical mentor, senior nurse and academic support.
Module leader : Dr Mark Cooper, Lecturer Practitioner, NHSGG & C, [email protected] or Tel: 0141 211 0558
After you have had a discussion with Mark Cooper, Module Leader, please email course application form electronically to [email protected] with a subject line in the email message of clinical assessment application form. (Telephone number 0141 211 1268 if you require any assistance with this ).
Module Fee: £100 (NHSGG & C employees)
Study Leave - Applicants from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde will also need to complete a Study Leave 2 (SL2) form and submit this through their line manager. The study leave form and information on the study leave process can be found on StaffNet at:
StaffNet > Human Resources > Learning and Education > EDU Training
Please note that training for Advanced Practice should be signed and authorised by the appropriate Chief Nurse for their sector/directorate