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The assessment components comprise a Structured Oral and Practical Examination (SOPE) - this will be up to one hour in duration, and a Clinical Portfolio of Evidence, containing the following:
This component of assessment provides the opportunity for you to demonstrate clinical competence and appreciation of the role of a paediatric advanced practitioner in the context of Suspected Physical Abuse skeletal survey imaging.
A series of online paediatric quizzes and workbooks will be available in addition to tutor support and feedback.
The course syllabus typically covers:
Management and Organisation
You must be a HCPC registered radiographer working in paediatrics on a regular basis (to be determined with the module leader).
This 30 credit Paediatric Imaging - Suspected Physical Abuse module aims to equip paediatric imaging practitioners with the relevant skills to enable them to understand the legal complexities involved in the imaging of children with suspected physical abuse (SPA).
Delivered by lecturers with extensive SPA knowledge and clinic experience, the module will encourage you to develop your professional skills and techniques.
This level 7 (Masters level) module is distance-based, following an optional attendance of the Non-Accidental Injury/Suspected Physical Abuse Study Day. Teaching will be delivered through a combination of self-directed and e-learning activities to cover image appraisal, practical tasks and the formation of a portfolio of evidence.
This module has been approved and accredited by the College of Radiographers for the purpose of professional practice.
Learning and Teaching
This module's learning approaches will embrace UWE Bristol's current vision associated with Technology Enhanced Learning. Such learning will include, but not be limited to, asynchronous delivery of lecture material through narrated presentations, notes and other guided reading,
The learning and teaching strategy for this module has been developed to show achievement of an appropriate level of familiarity with paediatric anatomy and images that gives you more confidence in understanding the images you are producing.
Teaching and learning methods will include, but not be limited to, delivery of lecture material through narrated presentations, notes, seminars, group work and tutorial support.
Includes hours engaged with essential and other guided reading, VLE discussion board forum with specific objectives, narrated presentations workplace tasks, and other study tasks deemed appropriate to the development of your knowledge, case study preparation, assignment preparation and completion etc. You will be working in the field of paediatric imaging or encountering such patients on a regular basis. There will be competency based tasks to complete locally as per the clinical portfolio component.
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30 credit level 7 module
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