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20-21 Non-Accredited 15 credits
20-21 Accredited 15 credits
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The summative assessment will be a 3,000 word written assignment as a case report. You will be required to identify an appropriate case from your area of professional practice and present an evidence based discussion of management of the case. This approach enables you to draw from your professional practice and to direct and apply learning to practice. The case report will be structured to provide guidance and ensure that you meet the learning outcomes of the module.
Formative assessment will take place through scheduled activities.
This Masters level module can contribute towards:
The module topics will be informed by current research evidence relating to chronic fatigue and its management in long term health conditions. Key areas that will be addressed include:
On successful completion of this distance learning module, you will be able to:
Learning and Teaching
This module has 150 allocated hours and a variety of learning approaches will be used to support distance learning. You will be required to engage with online materials and discussion forums and to support this with essential reading.
Typically up to three hours of virtual contact will be scheduled for group discussion and tutor support; preparation will be required for virtual scheduled sessions. We expect that approximately three hours will be directed/scheduled learning and 147 hours will be self-directed
learning and includes assessment preparation and completion time.
Self-directed learning is a key element of the learning strategy to enable you to engage in areas that directly relate to their professional practice and clinical interest. Tutor supported discussions will facilitate students to undertake their independent study. The assessment also supports self-directed learning related to clinical practice and assessment preparation will be encouraged and supported through scheduled activities and discussions.
You will need to have access to a computer and internet access to be able to engage with the teaching and learning methods for this module.
Scheduled learning includes tutorial and online group discussion activities.
Independent learning includes hours engaged with online activities and materials, essential reading, case study preparation, assignment preparation and completion etc.
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15 credit Masters level module
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