Student learning outcomes for this placement are:
Demonstrate enhanced skills in holistic history taking and physical assessment whilst utilising active clinical reasoning to inform a plausible differential diagnoses, and appropriate disposition for a service user with a minor illness or injury.
Following a structured holistic assessment process, effectively manage service users with long-term conditions and co-morbidities supporting with appropriate health promotion, referral and multi-disciplinary approach.
Critically appraise current evidence based literature to justify your clinical assessment, diagnosis, differential diagnoses and subsequent collaborative management plans
Demonstrate a critical understanding of the planning, processes, clinical challenges and limitations relating to the safe discharge or referral of service users within urgent and emergency care.
Following assessment of a wound, demonstrate appropriate wound management including a range of techniques for care and closure.