HS509-5-SP-CO:
Community Engagement

The details
2019/20
Health and Social Care (School of)
Colchester Campus
Spring
Undergraduate: Level 5
Current
Wednesday 03 October 2018
Wednesday 02 October 2019
15
04 October 2018

 

Requisites for this module
(none)
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Key module for

BSC B740 Nursing (Adult),
BSC B740CO Nursing (Adult),
BSC B742 Nursing (Adult) (Including Year Abroad),
BSC B742CO Nursing (Adult) (Including Year Abroad),
BSC B760 Nursing (Mental Health),
BSC B760CO Nursing (Mental Health),
BSC B762 Nursing (Mental Health) (Including Year Abroad),
BSC B762CO Nursing (Mental Health) (Including Year Abroad)

Module description

No information available.

Module aims

No information available.

Module learning outcomes

No information available.

Module information

No additional information available.

Learning and teaching methods

Students will complete a scrapbook portfolio, focused on examining a chosen health challenge, and using evidence gathered from a wide range of sources. Lectures: Skills/IT Laboratory: Use of Moodle and online learning resources Learning will be self-directed, with guidance provided by virtual learning activities, and supervision by personal tutors. The student will be able to draw on experiences from all previous placements in relation to completing the module assessment. Students will be guided to a range of learning activities available through the University's VLE, which they will be expected to access on and off campus. Seminar groups, facilitated by personal tutors, will enable periodic review of personal study and provide peer feedback on portfolio work completed. Primarily, the module will foster the development of abilities to consider health need analysis, and the development and evaluation of health promotion strategies.

Bibliography

  • (no date) Mental health promotion : a lifespan approach / edited by Mima Cattan and Sylvia Tilford..
  • Sines, David. (2013) Community and public health nursing, Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Upton, Dominic; Thirlaway, Kathryn. (2014) Promoting healthy behaviour : a practical guide, Harlow, England: Pearson, 2014.Harlow.
  • Coles, Lesley; Porter, Elizabeth. (2008) Public health skills : a practical guide for nurses and public health practitioners, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Marmot, Michael; Wilkinson, Richard G. (2006) Social determinants of health, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Department of Health. (2010) Healthy Lives, Healthy People: our strategy for public health in England.
  • Linsley, Paul; Kane, Roslyn; Owen, Sara. (2011) Nursing for public health : promotion, principles, and practice, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hubley, John; Copeman, June; Woodall, James. (2013) Practical health promotion, Cambridge: Polity.
  • Wills, Jane. (2014) Fundamentals of health promotion for nurses, Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell.
  • Thorpe, G. (2018) 'Academic Writing and Assessment Skills', in Essentials of nursing practice, Los Angeles: SAGE., pp.35-52

The above list is indicative of the essential reading for the course. The library makes provision for all reading list items, with digital provision where possible, and these resources are shared between students. Further reading can be obtained from this module's reading list.

Overall assessment

Coursework Exam
100% 0%

Reassessment

Coursework Exam
100% 0%
Module supervisor and teaching staff
Tina Lewis, Jim Sumpter
Bea Bard bbard@essex.ac.uk

 

Availability
Yes
No
No

External examiner

Mrs Juliet Amanda Drummond
The University of Wolverhampton
Senior Adult Lecturer
Mrs Julia Mary Terry
Swansea University
Associate Professor
Mrs Juliet Amanda Drummond
The University of Wolverhampton
Senior Adult Lecturer
Mrs Julia Mary Terry
Swansea University
Associate Professor
Resources
Available via Moodle
Of 15 hours, 0 (0%) hours available to students:
0 hours not recorded due to service coverage or fault;
15 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).

 

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