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22-23 Accredited 20 credits
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We offer a project module, Promoting Sexual Health in Practice (UZVSQA-20-3) which is not competency assessed, and therefore not requiring a clinical placement.
Our modules can contribute towards a BSc/MSc qualification.
The syllabus content of this level 6 (undergraduate level) module includes:
On successful completion of this Integrated Practice for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare module, you will be able to:
You must be a first level nurse, recorded on the first part of the NMC register, a registered midwife or Allied Health Professional. Clinical competencies need to be achieved within the practice environment with support from identified sexual health nurse or doctor mentors and Faculty Registered Trainers
The aim of this 20 credit Integrated Practice for Sexual and Reproductive Health module is to facilitate nurses to achieve the Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (DFSRH); a nationally recognised accreditation for competence in contraception and sexual health and will be underpinned with theoretical and practical knowledge providing an academic component.
View the Integrated Practice for Sexual and Reproductive Health flyer (PDF).
For further information about part-funded places and to explore suitability to undertake this module, please contact Module Leader, Hettie.Lean@uwe.ac.uk
Learning and Teaching
Clinical competencies need to be achieved within the practice environment supported by mentors and Faculty Registered Trainers. Individual and academic support is provided by the University's Practice Educators.
This module uses a variety of teaching and learning strategies and includes the following:
Scheduled learning (approximately 60 hours) includes e-learning, tutorials, demonstration, masterclass and seminars and learning in practice.
Independent learning (approximately 40 hours) includes hours engaged with essential reading and completion of an e-portfolio.
Learning in practice (approximately 100 hours)
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20 credit level 6 module
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