Assessment and Management of Minor Injury

Attendance
Duration
Location
Start Date
Duration
1 semester
Location
Waterside
Start Date
June

Overview Updated 07/11/2019

This module is designed to equip registered allied health professionals from a variety of settings with the underlying principles required to facilitate integrated, autonomous assessment and management of minor injury. This can be accessed as a stand-alone module or as part of the MSc Advancing Practice.

Course

Highlights

  • Integrated and clinically focused module content which supports the development of advanced practice within the scope of minor illness.
  • Facilitated by practicing clinicians with additional guest lecturers from relevant specialities.
  • A part time module which can be undertaken as a stand-alone option or as part of a full MSc.

Additional

Information

Module Information

It can be taken as a stand-alone module or part of MSc Advancing Practice award; Post-graduate Diploma in Advancing Practice; post graduate Certificate in Advancing Practice or MSc Advancing Practice (Top Up).

Course Details

This is a 20 credit, level 7 module which utilises an active blended learning approach; with course material delivered across six taught days in addition to registrants participating in online activities.

Module content will include:

  • Review of anatomy and physiology pertinent to minor injury.
  • Consultation and history taking skills.
  • Examination of structures pertinent to minor injury.
  • Informed diagnostic reasoning, critical decision making and record keeping.
  • Exploration and critical appraisal of integrated evidenced based management strategies.
  • Age related considerations.
  • Professional, legal and ethical responsibilities.

Registrants are required to undertake two methods of assessment; structured and timed case-based assessments in addition to a 3000-word portfolio. To successfully complete this module registrants must achieve the minimum pass threshold for both elements of assessment.

Contacts

Course enquiries
study@northampton.ac.uk

Application status enquiries
admissions2020@northampton.ac.uk

Current student enquiries
SID@northampton.ac.uk

International student enquiries
international@northampton.ac.uk

Enquire online
Online enquiry form

Applying for 2019
Facebook Applicant Group

Office hours:
Mon – Thu: 9am – 5pm
Fri: 9am – 4.30pm

Phone Call

Home / EU: 0300 303 2772

International: +44 (0)1604 894503

 

Entry Requirements

 

Course Content

Module

  • Assessment and Management of Minor Injury (20 Credits)
    Module code: NURM078
    Core Module Y

Fees & Funding

20/21 Tuition Fees

Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 20/21 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.

Part Time: £825 per 20 credit module

19/20 Tuition Fees

Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 19/20 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.

Part Time: £810 per 20 credit module

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Updated 07/11/2019

  • This module is designed to equip registered allied health professionals from a variety of settings with the underlying principles required to facilitate integrated, autonomous assessment and management of minor injury. This can be accessed as a stand-alone module or as part of the MSc Advancing Practice.

    Course

    Highlights

    • Integrated and clinically focused module content which supports the development of advanced practice within the scope of minor illness.
    • Facilitated by practicing clinicians with additional guest lecturers from relevant specialities.
    • A part time module which can be undertaken as a stand-alone option or as part of a full MSc.
  • This is a 20 credit, level 7 module which utilises an active blended learning approach; with course material delivered across six taught days in addition to registrants participating in online activities.

    Module content will include:

    • Review of anatomy and physiology pertinent to minor injury.
    • Consultation and history taking skills.
    • Examination of structures pertinent to minor injury.
    • Informed diagnostic reasoning, critical decision making and record keeping.
    • Exploration and critical appraisal of integrated evidenced based management strategies.
    • Age related considerations.
    • Professional, legal and ethical responsibilities.

    Registrants are required to undertake two methods of assessment; structured and timed case-based assessments in addition to a 3000-word portfolio. To successfully complete this module registrants must achieve the minimum pass threshold for both elements of assessment.

    Additional

    Information

    Module Information

    It can be taken as a stand-alone module or part of MSc Advancing Practice award; Post-graduate Diploma in Advancing Practice; post graduate Certificate in Advancing Practice or MSc Advancing Practice (Top Up).

  •  

     

    Contacts

    Course enquiries
    study@northampton.ac.uk

    Application status enquiries
    admissions2020@northampton.ac.uk

    Current student enquiries
    SID@northampton.ac.uk

    International student enquiries
    international@northampton.ac.uk

    Enquire online
    Online enquiry form

    Applying for 2019
    Facebook Applicant Group

    Office hours:
    Mon – Thu: 9am – 5pm
    Fri: 9am – 4.30pm

    Phone Call

    0300 303 2772

    +44 (0)1604 892134

    +44 (0)1604 892546

  • Module

    • Assessment and Management of Minor Injury (20 Credits)
      Module code: NURM078
      Core Module Y
  • 20/21 Tuition Fees

    Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 20/21 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.

    Part Time: £825 per 20 credit module

    19/20 Tuition Fees

    Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 19/20 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.

    Part Time: £810 per 20 credit module

*Course data provided by Unistats

Is this course
for you?

Apply Now

Waterside

Our brand new £330 million campus.

Now Open

Discover the campus

360° Tour