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Integrated Practice for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare


Course Details


Course/Module Code

UZVRVC-20-3

Level

3

Fees

19-20 Accredited 20 Credits (HEE funding for Sexual Health)

£316.66

Assessed

19-20 Accredited 20 Credits (Sexual Health Fee)

£633.34

Assessed

19-20 Accredited 20 credits

£950.00

Assessed

Course Dates

Under the start date is shown: all attendance days and Apply for this course.

Course Dates

Course Information : Please contact module leader Hettie Lean (Hettie.Lean@uwe.ac.uk) prior to applying to discuss suitability on this course. Fees: Part-funded places may be available (all relevant applicants will receive a 1/3rd discount on this module so the actual fee will be £633.34). Please contact module leader Hettie Lean (Hettie.Lean@uwe.ac.uk) for further details. PLEASE NOTE THAT 10th SEPTEMBER 2020 ATTENDANCE IS ESSENTIAL. Submission date: January 2021. For any further details, please contact module leader Hettie Lean.

Venue

GLENSIDE CAMPUS

Attendance days for the course

Wednesday - 18 March 2019GLENSIDE CAMPUS10:00 - 16:00
Thursday - 30 April 2019GLENSIDE CAMPUS10:00 - 16:00
Thursday - 18 June 2020GLENSIDE CAMPUS09:00 - 17:00
Thursday - 16 July 2019GLENSIDE CAMPUS09:00 - 17:00
Thursday - 10 September 2020GLENSIDE CAMPUS09:00 - 17:00

Applications

University

Assessment

There are two components of assessment:

Component A comprises of three elements:

Element 1: Electronic knowledge assessment (e-KA) of sexual and reproductive healthcare (assessment duration 1hr 45mins). In order to pass this element you are required to engage with and complete the e-learning requirements specified by the FSRH.

Element 2: Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH) Course of Five. This involves 5 hours of workshops and a combination of oral and practical assessments to demonstrate yourapplication of knowledge to practice. This is assessed by a Faculty registered trainer under controlled conditions.

Element 3: FSRH Clinical Experience and Assessment (e-portfolio). Preparation and support for this element of assessment will be provided by a mentor in clinical practice and a UWE Practice Educator.

Component B comprises of one element.

A 1,500 word reflective account of learning. You will be required to reflect on your learning and professional development through the use of a reflective framework.

Campus

Glenside

Careers/further study

Our modules can contribute towards a BSc/MSc qualification.

Content

Core content of the module includes:

  • Evidence base of sexual health, for example, reducing unintended pregnancy.
  • Advocacy and empowerment of service users making choices.
  • Management of ill health to include assessing, planning and evaluating practice.
  • Holistic assessment of clients' physical, social and psychological needs.  
  • Safeguarding; children, young people and vulnerable adults.
  • Promotion of sexual health.
  • Promoting healthy relationships.
  • Contraceptive needs of service users.
  • Sexually transmitted infections: impact and transmission.
  • Participate in integrated sexual health delivery.
  • Reflection on learning and professional development through the use of reflective frameworks.

On successful completion of this Integrated Practice for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare module, you will be able to:

  • Appraise current policy, professional and clinical standards and broader public health priorities in relation to integrated sexual health delivery.
  • Discuss and analyse integrated sexual health practices to meet the holistic needs of service users.
  • Collaborate effectively across the multi-disciplinary team to address clients' sexual health needs, utilising care pathways and evidence based practice.
  • Evaluate and integrate current evidence based interventions to inform and improve sexual health practice.
  • Access and utilise a range of quality assurance tools to underpin practice.
  • Demonstrate professional accountability and governance for clinical decision making.
  • Demonstrate clinical competence in delivering a range of integrated sexual health practices.
  • Analyse opportunities, challenges, or limitations within professional practice.
  • Appraise ethical and legal factors which influence working practices.

Teaching will include five study days, divided into the following:

  • one introductory study day and preparation for the online assessment
  • two days protected study time to complete e-learning modules
  • one day to complete the electronic knowledge assessment (eKA) plus a seminar
  • one day to complete the Course of 5 assessment

Course Director

Hettie Lean

Entry Requirements

You must be a first level nurse, recorded on the first part of the NMC register or a registered midwife. Clinical competencies need to be achieved within the practice environment with support from identified sexual health nurse or doctor mentors and Faculty Registered Trainers.

This module is also open to AHPs belonging to a UK professional regulatory body.

Introduction

The aim of the 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.

Key Facts

For further information 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:

  • Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare e-learning package and use of an e-portfolio
  • Seminar days
  • Clinical learning in practice

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)

Telephone

+44 (0)117 32 81158

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Title

20 credit level 3 module


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