NU6303 Advancing Practice for Patient Safety
Part-Time. See Additional Teaching Mode Information for more info.
€900 See Fees and Costs for full details.
Applicants must be qualified healthcare professionals registered with the regulatory body in their country of residence. Applicants must have a primary degree, NFQ Level 8 or equivalent. See Requirements for full details.
30th June 2022
Course Delivery Method
On successful completion of this module, students should be able to:
- Examine the relevance of clinical risk to patient safety.
- Describe the management of clinical risk in healthcare.
- Appraise the importance of teamwork in relation to patient safety and managing clinical risk.
- Summarise the principles of improvement and how improvement in patient safety can be measured.
- Explain the importance of communication with patients, relatives/carers particularly with regard to open disclosure and adverse events.
Module Objective: To explore and critically examine with students issues relating to patient safety.
Module Content: Content is aligned to the World Health Organisation multi-professional patient safety curriculum guide. It will cover areas such as how to assess patient safety, understanding the importance of teamwork, managing clinical risk and employing quality-improvement methods to enhance care.
Additional Teaching Mode Information
Orientation Semester I 26th August 2021
Runs from 13th September 2021 to 25th October 2021 On-line module
Duration: 200hr(s) Other (Online Learning; Discussion Board Preparation and Participation, Required Reading, Assignment Preparation and Submission, Self-Directed Learning).
Compulsory Elements: Continuous Assessment.
Delivered fully on-line; students do not attend workshop dates.
Applicants must be qualified healthcare professionals registered with the regulatory body in their country of residence. Applicants must have a primary degree, NFQ Level 8 or equivalent.
Applicants who are under 23 years of age must satisfy the minimum entry requirements as for the Degrees in Nursing or Midwifery, as set out here
Admission to the module(s) will be subject to internal university approval processes on the recommendation of the Head of School.
Applicants for Nursing and Midwifery CPD modules who do not hold an up-to-date IELTS certificate showing the requisite Academic Board approved CM&H scores must demonstrate evidence of appropriate work experience within an English language environment for at least the previous 2 years.
These modules will not necessarily run unless minimum recruitment targets of 10 students are achieved.
Fees and Costs
€900 plus €35 application fee.
How Do I Apply
Applications for this module are now open.
- To apply for this module please log on to the UCC APPLY page and create an account.
- Gather any additional documents required (including a passport-style photo), copy of your degree parchment if not a previous UCC graduate.
- An application fee of €35 will be payable on submission of your application via the same platform.