This unit of study explores the specialist breast care nurses’ role in the management of follow-up care, survivorship and the impact and care required if breast cancer reoccurs. It is designed to equip nurses with knowledge about metastatic breast disease and addresses communication and psychological issues In the advanced stage of breast cancer care.
This unit of study identifies key aspects of continence management and addresses myths and barriers, relevant anatomy, physiology and function, assessment, causes and types of incontinence, management, appliances and aids, and community resources.
The focus of this unit of study is the needs of the client with both substance use and other complex needs. The clients’ groups are young people, pregnant women, those with mental health needs, those under an involuntary treatment order and those who have blood born virus diseases.
This unit of study is designed for registered nurses working in the orthopaedic environment. The purpose of the unit of study is to examine the pathophysiology and management of patients with orthopaedic conditions with a focus on trauma and musculoskeletal disorders.
This unit of study is designed to allow students to explore, consolidate and apply clinical knowledge of acute and chronic disorders that affect older people.
This unit of study is designed for nurses working in the audiometry setting. The focus of this unit of study is on integration of theory to practice and the competencies required to work as an audiometry nurse.
This unit of study explores the impetus for change in conventional health service delivery and the issues related to providing health services for people with chronic disease.
The aim of this unit of study is to help students explore child development within the theory and context of the family’s bio-psychosocial and cultural environment.
This unit is suitable for nurses caring for people diagnosed with cancer in a variety of practice settings including acute wards, specialist oncology units, outpatient and community care.
This unit of study is designed to explore issues specific to nursing practice in the cardiac critical care setting.