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Professional Values (Mental Wealth) Module - Introduction, Learning Outcomes, and Assessment Criteri

Module Aim

Welcome to the Professional Values (Mental Wealth) module. This guide provides you with a comprehensive information about this module. This will run on the first term and introduces you to the professional values that act in the best interests of people whilst collaboratively working in health and social care delivery. This will enable you to explore person centred care over the lifespan that promotes safe and compassionate practice, develop appropriate communication, personal and partnership working skills required to meet the needs of clients/ carers/ service users. You will have the opportunity to explore their experiences and knowledge and apply this to evidence-based practice. 

This guide contains information about the module, a detailed timetable and guidelines for the module summative assessment. General guidelines for completing the module and reference to relevant university policies and procedures are also included. 

This module aims to explore the fundamental concepts of professional values and its translation into clinical practice, grounded in the relevant ethico-legal principles and humanities. This will also include mental wealth concepts such as self-care and resilience to equip you with life skills for sustainable nursing practice. 

At the end of this module, students will be able to:

 

Knowledge

 

 1.Understand the code of conduct and be able to apply professional standards of practice and behaviour expected for nursing associates (EID, SID, CID, COI).  
 
2.Recognise and respond to factors that may adversely impact on safer and effective care provision by demonstrating courage and transparency through duty of candour, reporting any situations, behaviour, errors or discriminatory behaviour that could result in poor practice (IC, CID, CC) (IC and EID). 
 
Thinking skills 
 
3.Reflect on and understand the demands to professional practice which includes recognising signs of vulnerability to self and other healthcare professionals, escalating appropriately (EID, SID, CID).  
 
4.Recognise the importance of applying relevant legal, regulatory and governance requirements, policies, and ethical framework, including any mandatory reporting duties in order to provide non-discriminatory, person centred and sensitive care (EID, SID, CID).  
 
Subject-based practical skills 
 
5.Act in accordance with the code of conduct to promote professional responsibility in adopting a healthy lifestyle to maintain a level of personal fitness and wellbeing required to meet people’s needs and mental, physical and emotional resilience (Mental Wealth) (EID, SID, CID) 
 
6. Develop the skills to communicate effectively with colleagues and people, their families, carers at all stages of life, with a range of mental, physical, cognitive and behavioural health challenges whilst seeking and responding to feedback to develop professionalism, life skills and self-reflection (EID, SID, CID, COI, DP) 
 
Skills for life and work (general skills) 
 
 7.Apply technological skills to numeracy and literacy to provide safe effective practice and care (DP, IC). 

Module Learning Outcomes

Using Gibb’s reflective model of reflection and personal examples, describe how your use of reflection has promoted a deeper understanding of both people and situations I our practice.”

1.Understand the code of conduct and be able to apply professional standards of practice and behaviour expected for nursing associates (EID, SID, CID, COI).  
 
2.Recognise and respond to factors that may adversely impact on safer and effective care provision by demonstrating courage and transparency through duty of candour, reporting any situations, behaviour, errors or discriminatory behaviour that could result in poor practice (IC, CID, CC) (IC and EID). 
 
Thinking skills 
 
3.Reflect on and understand the demands to professional practice which includes recognising signs of vulnerability to self and other healthcare professionals, escalating appropriately (EID, SID, CID).  
 
4.Recognise the importance of applying relevant legal, regulatory and governance requirements, policies, and ethical framework, including any mandatory reporting duties in order to provide non-discriminatory, person centred and sensitive care (EID, SID, CID).  
 
Subject-based practical skills 
 
5.Act in accordance with the code of conduct to promote professional responsibility in adopting a healthy lifestyle to maintain a level of personal fitness and wellbeing required to meet people’s needs and mental, physical and emotional resilience (Mental Wealth) (EID, SID, CID) 
 
6. Develop the skills to communicate effectively with colleagues and people, their families, carers at all stages of life, with a range of mental, physical, cognitive and behavioural health challenges whilst seeking and responding to feedback to develop professionalism, life skills and self-reflection (EID, SID, CID, COI, DP) 
 
Skills for life and work (general skills) 
 
 7. Apply technological skills to numeracy and literacy to provide safe effective practice and care (DP, IC).

1.Relevance (15%) – Identifies key issues of an assignment and develops lines of arguments.


2.Depth (10%) - Consider material in sufficient depth to adequately address key concepts and principles of area of study/assessment topic.


3.Development of argument (25%) - Appraise and evaluate basic concepts, principles and theories; suggest solutions to problems.


4.Use of evidence (20%)- Uses relevant evidence from a wide range of available and appropriate sources

5.Referencing 10% - reference sources appropriately according to UEL guidelines 

6.Written communication (10%) - Well written, coherent, accurate reports/essays (including grammar, spelling, sentence and paragraph construction and assignment structure) in accordance with the module guidelines. There is a clear introduction, body and conclusion

7.Reflection 10% - reflection on learning and performance. Can reflect on experience, demonstrating learning and future development planning.

 

The assignment word count is 1500 words (+/- 10%).  If you fail to comply with the word count, then the assignment will be marked and graded and a 10% deduction applied.

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