MODE AND DURATION:
: Mixed mode.The unit content is comprised of five Themes. Each Theme is introduced by a resource session (face-to-face or pre-recorded), and has a related tutorial to attend and an eModule on Blackboard to complete.Resource Sessions: Fortnightly from week 1 for one hour. There will be a photo-story lecture online inweek one to introduce students to the unit. There will be only one face-to-face resource session in week 9in the lecture theatre. The other four resource sessions (weeks 1, 3, 5, and 7) have been pre-recorded andare available on Blackboard.Tutorials: Weekly from week 1 for two hours in face-to-face mode.eModules on Blackboard: There are four eModules online for you to complete, which should takeapproximately 2hours per week.
There are 5 Themes over the 10 week semester. Each of the 5 Themes in this unit includesone face-to-face lecture and four pre-recorded resource sessions, eModules on Blackboard, and tutorials.You should anticipate undertaking 150 hours of study for this unit, including resource sessions, tutorialattendance, eModules, readings, and assessment preparation.
Unit Outline Resources:
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On successful completion of this unit you will be able to
1. investigate various concepts of spirituality from diverse perspectives; (ACU Graduate Attributes:4, 5)2. explore individual beliefs, values and spirituality in human life situations encountered within thehealth care contexts; (ACU Graduate Attribute: 1, 4)3. articulate a personal meaning of spirituality in the context of daily life where the integrity of thehuman person is paramount; (ACU Graduate Attribute: 2)4. recognise the spiritual needs of the person receiving professional health care;5. explore the dimensions of spirituality at both personal and professional levels in the delivery ofquality and ethical health care; (ACU Graduate Attribute: 3, 4)Each unit in your course contributes in some way to the development of the ACU Graduate Attributes whichyou should demonstrate by the time you complete your course.