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21-22 Non-Accredited 20 credits
21-22 Accredited 20 credits
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A 3,000 word assignment.
You will complete a critical reflective account of their professional practice area, focusing on the implementation of a service / practice development or initiative in relation to one of the following:
At Masters level, you are expected to critically evaluate, synthesise and provide independent perspectives regarding the delivery of service in this case study. This should include a critical exploration of the literature and debate the wider socio-political implications of dementia care.
This multi-professional module can contribute towards:
This multi-professional course syllabus covers the following areas and is an example time-table only.
The example time-table is subject to change in timing & mode of delivery
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On successful completion of this multi-professional Masters level module, you will be able to:
Learning and Teaching
Multiple Learning Approaches which include online directed studyÂ and face to face learning. This module can be taken as a 20 credit module or as individual days.
Scheduled learning includes lectures and seminars.
Independent learning includes hours engaged with essential reading, case study preparation, assignment preparation and completion.
TEL: The module will be supported by a Blackboard module site where a range of course materials will be available. Students will be expected to access reading materials through the Blackboard site, and engage with additional activities such as accessing video and weblinks. Discussion boards will be enabled for student use, facilitated by the module leader. A range of TEL resources will be utilised as directed study activities.
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20 credit Masters level module
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