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Faculty of Health & Wellbeing

MSc Advanced Clinical Practice


2018-2019

General introduction to the programme


The MSC Advanced Clinical Practice programme will offer you a programme that has been developed to
ensure that on completion you have reached the required educational level of an advanced clinical
practitioner (ACP). The successful completion of the MSc Advanced clinical practice does not mean that
you are able to work as an ACP, you must also meet your employer’s requirements through completion
of their bespoke competencies to be able to be classified as an ACP.
The modules on the programme will follow nationally prescribed guidance on the ACP role.
The programme has been developed in response to the needs of stakeholders who require an advanced
clinical practitioner who will be able to assess, diagnose and prescribe as well as ensure that care and
management of the patient is delivered and evaluated.
Please note that if your profession does not allow you to prescribe you are still able to complete the
programme and work as an ACP. Therefore you will undertake modules that will enhance your role.
This programme is based on developing your role to be able to fulfil this advanced practice specification.
In addition, the programme ensures that the 4 pillars of ACP are considered: Clinical practice,
management/ leadership, education and research. These 4 aspects are embedded within the modules.

What are the aims of the programme?


The MSc Advanced Clinical Practice aims to develop an advanced clinical practitioner who is able to
analyse and synthesise complex problems across a range of settings, managing complete clinical care
episodes. The practitioner will be able to demonstrate core and specific clinical competence that
encompasses the four pillars of advanced clinical practice which are clinical practice, management/
leadership, education and research.

What should you achieve at the end of the programme?


Learning outcomes for Post graduate certificate clinical practice
On successful completion of the Post Graduate Certificate Clinical Practice you will be able to
1. Demonstrate competence in the skills required to comprehensively assess, diagnose and manage
complex cases within your field of practice, utilising a range of tools and techniques
2. Synthesise information from diagnostics and clinical assessment to develop an appropriate and
effective treatment plan.
3. Deliver practice that is current and evidence- based for service users presenting with a wide range
of undifferentiated conditions
4. Evaluate and justify the rationale for the clinical decision within the context of advanced clinical
practice
5. Demonstrate the application of concepts of clinical reasoning, reflection and person centred
practice in areas of assessment, intervention and outcome measurement.
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Learning outcomes for Post graduate diploma advancing clinical practice


On successful completion of the Post Graduate Diploma Advancing Clinical Practice you will be able to
1. Demonstrate your ability to assess a service user holistically and autonomously at an advanced
level, using complex decision making and critical thinking skills.
2. Use knowledge and evidence base creatively to underpin the decisions made for client care within
the clinical setting, including facilitating medication management
3. Model leadership and communication skills which allow you to work across professional,
organisation and system boundaries
4. Synthesise and apply knowledge to solve complex practice problems and to form safe and
effective solutions within an area of advanced clinical practice
5. Demonstrate your ability to work with others to enhance service delivery and outcomes for service
users

Leaning outcomes MSc advanced clinical practice


On successful completion of the MSC Advanced Clinical Practice you will be able to
1. Demonstrate your ability to encompass the four pillars of advanced clinical practice within your
role, which are leadership, education, research and clinical practice
2. Critically debate and articulate the concept of advanced practice, and appropriately define and
justify the scope and boundaries of your clinical practice
3. Use quality improvement methodology to evaluate and improve practice and health outcomes
4. Demonstrate a culture of learning and development within your workplace that meets your needs
and that of other professionals
5. Demonstrate initiative and originality, utilising an inter-professional approach which enables
sharing of expertise in a variety of educational activities.

What will you study?


To enable your development as an advanced clinical practitioner modules have been created that are
considered core to this role. As such you have no choice over which modules to take as all of them are
considered essential components for ACP (Please note that at this current time some professions cannot
prescribe if this is the case you will undertake 40 credits in two other modules). If you are in a profession
that supports non-medical prescribing then you are required to take this / have this module. This is
reflective of both national and local guidance on the knowledge required for this innovative role. Your
studies throughout the programme will include Pathophysiology, diagnostics and decision making for
advanced practice module. This will enable you to develop the ability to interpret diagnostics.
Pathophysiology components ensure you link this to the investigations that you have requested and
undertaken.

You will also undertake 2 advanced practice skills and clinical reasoning modules. Using a structured
systematic approach to assessing a system these modules will allow you to enhance your assessment
skills and develop your ability to make clinical decisions. Throughout key cases will be used and you will
be expected to use these skills in clinical practice with supervision from your clinical facilitator.

The non–medical prescribing (NMP) programme is also required (please note that this is core for all those
professions who currently are able to prescribe/ support NMP). Please see the NMP programme
information for further details. If you are in a profession that does not support this programme then an
alternative 40 credits will need to be undertaken. These modules will take the form of a 20 credit
negotiated module and one 20 credit module that supports and enhances your role as an ACP (drawn
from current provision on the MSc Health and Wellbeing programme). The decisions around this will be
taken in conjunction with your supporting Trust/ Organisation and the Programme Director.
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As part of the programme you will also need to complete the leadership: advancing innovation,
transforming healthcare module (from MSc Health and Wellbeing provision). It is envisaged that you will
complete this module in the second year of study if doing the programme on a part time basis.

You will complete your MSc programme with the Research Modules. The aim of the Research Modules
within your programme are to enable you to develop sound knowledge and understanding of different
research approaches and methods which will enable you to plan and undertake a substantive
dissertation or project in a topic relevant to your profession. Your clinical facilitator, supporting Trust/
Organisation, Programme Director and/ or Personal Academic Tutor (PAT) will direct you to the most
suitable area to research.

At the end of these modules you will be able to produce clear aims and objectives for your study and be
able to select and evaluate key research and other evidence. You will be able to select and justify a study
design or methodology and be able to analyse and interpret relevant data. You will be able to reflect on
the processes undertaken in carrying out a dissertation or project and discuss findings in relation to
theoretical perspectives and your professional practice.

You will undertake 2 research modules, the Research Approaches and Methods module (RAM) which
develops knowledge and understanding of research methods, followed by a Dissertation or Project. You
will experience a variety of learning and teaching methods including the use of online materials, taught
sessions and individual and small group supervision. The assessment for these modules is the production
of a research plan or proposal followed by a substantive dissertation/project in which the proposed
research is carried out.

How will you be taught?


Learning and teaching strategies will involve you as an active participant; you will be encouraged to use
self-evaluation and reflection on your own experience in order to deepen and consolidate your
understanding as well as plan for your future learning. Modules are organised using a range of teaching
and learning methods to facilitate your academic and professional development. These will involve
working both collaboratively, with other students, as well as independently. These methods include a
blend of classroom based, online and work based learning activities.

Teaching and learning methods are supported by technologies e.g. our Virtual Learning Environment
(VLE) accessed via Blackboard. As the programme uses a blended learning approach it is essential that
you access the modules sites on the VLE and actively participate in the learning activities.

To ensure your development as an ACP you will need to develop and maintain a portfolio of evidence
that reflects the four pillars of advanced clinical practice: clinical practice, management/leadership,
education and research. This details your development in the role as an ACP and reflects on your
assessment, diagnostic, prescribing and clinical management of cases. Your Trusts/ Organisations will
have developed competencies bespoke to the clinical setting which they will require you to complete.
Although the portfolio and competencies are not an assessed component of this programme to ensure
links between theory and practice several modules will have a practice component as part of their
assessment (which must be passed). This will take the form of, for example, a clinical case poster
presentation, practice assessment of key skills and practice development project. You will then use these
practice assessments to inform your portfolio of evidence.
It is expected that your chosen clinical facilitator (please note your Trust/ Organisation will select your
clinical facilitator) will require evidence of your development and therefore need to see your portfolio of
evidence regularly to assess your progress with the designated competencies. This will also be part of
your annual appraisal within the Trust/ Organisation. In addition the Programme Director/ PAT will meet
with you to evaluate your progress as you develop the ACP role.

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It is advisable that throughout your programme you choose a ‘buddy’ (critical friend). This person should
be a qualified advanced clinical practitioner and be in a position to support your learning in practice.
They are not an assessor or teacher but a suitably qualified practitioner who can offer you support and
guidance as appropriate. When you attend the NMP programme there is an expectation that you will
select a buddy, please see NMP programme information for further details.
As part of this programme you will have access to an ACP discussion forum to ensure that all those
attending the programme can gain peer support and be able to share their experiences.

The successful completion of the MSc Advanced clinical practice does not mean that you are able
to work as an ACP, you must meet your employer’s requirements through completion of their
bespoke competencies to be able to become an ACP. Your Trust/ organisation are therefore
responsible for ensuring that you have successfully completed the bespoke competencies.

How will you be assessed?


Throughout the programme your knowledge and skills will be informally assessed through a variety of
learning activities. You will be encouraged to engage in self-assessment and may be actively involved in
peer assessment. Formative assessment (during the module but not part of the final assessment)
opportunities will be offered within each module as a part of your on-going learning. For example this
may take the form of a case discussion, an essay plan or presentation where you will been given
formative feedback by the module leader.

The MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Programme’s Assessment Strategy conforms to the University’s
Regulations and Credit Framework for the Conferment of Awards. For each 20 credit module, the
assessments are weighted at 4000 words or equivalent. Formal or summative assessment will take place
throughout the programme and may include essays/ reports, reflective writing such as a critical
reflection, case studies, written exams, and practical skills assessment for example an OSCE (Observed,
Structured, and Clinical Examinations) and oral individual presentations. Assessments are designed to
measure your knowledge, understanding and skills, and are based on the postgraduate criteria for
assessment. All assessments focus on your ability to progress and integrate theory and practice enabling
you to demonstrate the fulfilment of the module learning outcomes.

What are the entry requirements?


Entry requirements for this programme are in line with University policies on widening participation and
equality of opportunity. Applicants should normally possess:

 a relevant first degree in health/ social sciences, 2:2 or above


 you should have been a qualified health care professional for a minimum of 3 years
 you should be working clinically as a registered health care professional in the UK

It is also essential that you have professional registration to practice in health and/or social care.

Students should be working in the field of practice relevant to their proposed study or have sufficient
access to it to support their studies.

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In addition to the University entry requirements you must have support from clinical practice as you are
required to have a clinical facilitator who will support your learning and development in the ACP role.
Please note that the supporting Trusts/ Organisation have strict entry requirements for this programme
that may take the form of an interview and/ or OSCE format. It is anticipated that you will be working in
a post that is at a level suitable for undertaking the ACP programme. Please note that if you are required
to do the NMP programme you must meet the defined entry requirements for that programme.

Where will you be taught?

You may be taught at Canterbury Christ Church University campuses in Canterbury and/or Medway
depending on the number of applicants and their learning and development needs. You will also be
required to engage with work based and online learning activities.

Much of your learning will take place in clinical practice as part of your role. Your clinical facilitator will
meet with you throughout the programme to support your practice learning.

How long will you normally need to study to complete this programme?

As a full time student you will normally be required to complete your studies in one year. As a part time
student you will normally be required to complete you programme within 3 years. Extensions to study
are only granted in exceptional circumstances.

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HOW TO APPLY

Please contact the programme administrator, Sara Church:


Telephone: 01227 922418
Email canterbury-healthadmin@canterbury.ac.uk

For further details, please contact Dr Alison Gallagher


Email alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

For further information please contact:


Faculty of Health & Wellbeing
Canterbury Christ Church University
North Holmes Road
Canterbury, Kent CT1 1QU
Email: canterbury-healthadmin@canterbury.ac.uk
Tel: 01227 922418

This programme is offered by the School of Nursing

http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/health-and-wellbeing/nursing/nursing.aspx

MANDATORY REGISTRATION
All students NEW to the MSc Advanced Clinical
Practice programme MUST attend a registration
event.

The times and dates of these events will be sent


electronically to all new students and you are
therefore required to submit a valid e-mail address
when completing your application form.

Failure to attend a registration event will delay your


ability to access University services.

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2018 - 2019

It should be noted that any reference to campus locations/groups are subject


to change and dependent upon student numbers

Advanced Practice Skills and Clinical Reasoning 1


(MACHF4APS) (September 2018 cohort)

Module Lead Dr Alison Gallagher (Canterbury)


alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

Thursday 13 September 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 16.00


Thursday 27 September 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 12.00
27 September 2018 (Practical) 12.00 – 16.00
Thursday 11 October 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 12.00
11 October 2018 (Practical) 12.00 – 16.00
Thursday 25 October 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 16.00
Thursday 8 November 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 16.00

Advanced Practice Skills and Clinical Reasoning 1 (MACHF4APS) (September


2018 cohort)

Module Lead Dr Alison Gallagher (Medway)


alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

Friday 14 September 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 16.00


Friday 28 September 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 12.00
28 September 2018 (Practical) 12.00 – 16.00
Friday 12 October 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 12.00
12 October 2018 (Practical) 12.00 – 16.00
Monday 26 October 2018 09.00 – 16.00
Friday 9 November 2018 09.00 – 16.00

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Advanced Practice Skills and Clinical Reasoning 2 (MACHF4APR) (January 2018


cohort)

Module Lead Dr Alison Gallagher (Canterbury)


alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

Wednesday 3 October 2018 09.00 – 16.00


Wednesday 17 October 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
17 October 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Wednesday 31 October 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
31 October 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Wednesday 14 November 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
14 November 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Wednesday 28 November 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
28 November 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00

Advanced Practice Skills and Clinical Reasoning 2 (MACHF4APR) (January 2018


cohort)

Module Lead Dr Alison Gallagher (Medway)


alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

Thursday 4 October 2018 09.00 – 16.00


Thursday 18 October 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
18 October 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Thursday 1 November 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
1 November 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Thursday 15 November 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
15 November 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Thursday 29 November 2018 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
29 November 2018 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00

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Advanced Practice Skills and Clinical Reasoning 2 (MACHF4APR) (September


2018 cohort)

Module Lead Dr Alison Gallagher (Canterbury)


alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

Thursday 9 May 2019 09.00 – 16.00


Thursday 23 May 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
23 May 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Thursday 6 June 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
6 June 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Thursday 20 June 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
20 June 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Thursday 4 July 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
4 July 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00

Advanced Practice Skills and Clinical Reasoning 2 (MACHF4APR) (September


2018 cohort)

Module Lead Dr Alison Gallagher (Medway)


alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

Friday 10 May 2019 09.00 – 16.00


Friday 24 May 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
24 May 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Friday 7 June 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
7 June 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Friday 21 June 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
21 June 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00
Friday 5 July 2019 (Seminar) 09.00 – 13.00
5 July 2019 (Practical) 13.00 – 16.00

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Pathophysiology, Diagnostics and Decision Making for Advanced Practice


(MACHF4PDD)

Module Lead Dr Alison Gallagher (Canterbury)


alison.gallagher@canterbury.ac.uk

Thursday 17 January 2019 10.00 – 15.00


Thursday 31 January 2019 10.00 – 15.00
Thursday 14 February 2019 10.00 – 15.00
Thursday 28 February 2019 10.00 – 15.00
Thursday 14 March 2019 10.00 – 15.00
Thursday 28 March 2019 10.00 – 15.00
Thursday 2 May 2019 09.00 – 17.00

Pharmacology and the Principles of Prescribing (MNPHS4PHP) and Prescribing


in Advanced Practice (MNPHS4PPR)

Module Lead Liz Williams (Canterbury)


liz.williams@canterbury.ac.uk

Wednesday 6 February 2019 09.00 – 13.00


Tuesday 19 February 2019 09.00 – 16.00
Wednesday 20 February 2019 09.00 – 16.00
Wednesday 27 March 2019 09.00 – 16.00
Thursday 28 March 2019 09.00 – 16.00
Tuesday 14 May 2019 09.00 – 16.00
Wednesday 15 May 2019 09.00 – 16.00
Wednesday 10 July 2019 09.00 – 16.00
Thursday 11 July 2019 09.00 – 16.00

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SEPTEMBER COHORT 2018

Provisional Timetable – Advanced practice skills and clinical reasoning 1 MACHF4APS

GROUP 1 – Canterbury – maximum 20 students Thursday

WEEK Provisional Date Content Lecturer Venue


3 13TH September Intro to module- Alison G 9-16:00
2018 assignment overview
Consultation frameworks/
assessment tools
History taking
5 27th September Library session 1 hour Manfred 9-12
2018 Gastro intestinal Alison G classroom
assessment 12-16 – Sim
suite
7 11th October GU assessment – male / Nicole South 9-12
2018 female classroom
12-16- Sim
suite
9 25th October Musculoskeletal assessment Liz Van Rosen 9-16;00
2018 Assignment overview Alison G classroom

11 8th November Neurological assessment Alison G 9- 16:00


2018 Assignment overview Classroom

GROUP 2 – MEDWAY – maximum 20 students - Friday

Week Provisional Date Content Lecturer Venue


3 14th September Intro to module- assignment Alison G Classroom
2018 overview
Consultation frameworks/
assessment tools
History taking
5 28th September Library session 1 hour David 9-12
2018 Gastro intestinal assessment Liz Van classroom
Rosen 12-16 sim
suite
7 12th October GU assessment – male / female Nicole 9-12
2018 South classroom
12-16
simsuite
9 26th October Musculoskeletal assessment Alison G 9-16:00
2018 Assignment overview classroom
11 9th November Neurological assessment Alison G 9-16:00
2018 Assignment overview classroom

( provisional Exam -W/C 10th December 2018 , Practice assessment due in 10th December 2018 )

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JANAURY 2018 COHORT

Provisional timetable – Advanced practice skills can clinical reasoning 2 MACHF4APR

GROUP 1 – CANTERBURY CAMPUS- MAX 20 STUDENTS- Wednesday

Week Provisional Date Content Lecturer Venue


6 3rd October 2018 Intro to module- Alison G Classroom
assignment overview
Decision making theory/
clinical reasoning
Case studies – overview of
history taking
8 17th October Library session Alison G Classroom/
2018 Respiratory assessment sim suite
10 31st October Cardiovascular assessment Alison G Classroom/
2018 sim suite
12 14th November Eye assessment John Clulow Classroom/
2018 Assignment overview Alison G sim suite

14 28th November ENT assessment Liz (TBA) Classroom/


2018 Assignment overview Alison G sim suite

GROUP 2 MEDWAY CAMPUS- MAX 20 STUDENTS – THURSDAY

Week Provisional Content Lecturer Venue


Date
6 4th October Intro to module- Alison G Classroom
2018 assignment overview
Decision making theory/
clinical reasoning
Case studies – overview of
history taking
8 18th October Library session Alison G Classroom/
2018 Respiratory assessment sim suite
10 1st November Cardiovascular assessment Alison G Classroom/
2018 sim suite
12 15th Eye assessment John Clulow Classroom/
November Assignment overview Alison G sim suite
2018
14 29th ENT assessment Liz (TBA) Classroom/
November Assignment overview Alison G sim suite
2018

Week 20 - OSCE – 7th and 8th January 2019 – Canterbury Sim Suite 9th and 10th January 2019 – Medway
Sim suite. PAD to come in 7th January 2019

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SEPTEMBER COHORT 2018

Provisional Timetable for pathophysiology, diagnostics and decision making for advanced practice.
MACHF4PDD

Week 21 Day 1- Date 17th January 2019 – Thursday 10 - 3

Approx. Content Facilitator Room


Timing
60 mins Introduction to module/ team / each Alison G Classroom
other. Overview of assignment Ollie / Ian
120 mins Introduction to diagnostic reasoning Ollie / Ian
Order/ request investigations
Surgical sieve/ anatomical sieve ---- diff
diagnosis/ red flags
Pathophysiology versus presentations
Break
approx 20
mins
100 mins Case based discussion – introduce the Ollie /Ian
concept, link to exam.
Use cases to illustrate pathophysiology,
diagnostic reasoning and key
investigations required

Week 23 Day 2- 31st January Thursday 10-3

Approx. Content Facilitator Rooms


Timing
60 mins Library session Manfred Classroom
85mins Case base discussions- 2 – 3 cases Ollie / Ian
debated Inflammation – acute / chronic –
pathophysiology
Break 15
mins
80mins Acute inflammation --- sepsis . Discuss Ollie / Ian
60 mins management of sepsis Ollie / Ian
Key investigations related to
inflammation – linked to the above

Week 25 Day 3- 14th February Thursday 10 - 3

Approx. Content Facilitator Rooms


timing
45 mins Case base discussions 2 – 3 cases ---- Ollie / Ian Classroom
relate to exam / presentation
100mins Atheroma , plaque, clot formation-- Ollie / Ian
pathophysiology
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Break 15
mins
80 mins Chest pain, ACS, peri / endocarditis, Ollie / Ian
60 mins dysrhythmias Ollie / Ian
Key clinical investigations- linked to
the above

Week 27 Day 4- 28th February Thursday 10 - 3

Approx. Content Facilitator Rooms


timing
45 mins Case base discussions – 2 -3 cases- Ollie / Ian classroom
reference to exam/ presentation
100 mins Thromboembolism - pathophysiology Ollie / Ian
Break 15
mins
80 mins Breathlessness—pleural effusion, PE, Ollie / Ian
60 mins asthma, pneumothorax Ollie / Ian
Key clinical investigations – linked to
the above

Week 29 Day 5 – 14th March Thursday 10 - 3

Approx. Content Facilitator Rooms


timing
45 mins Case base discussions – 2 -3 Ollie / Ian classroom
cases – reference to the exam/
presentation
100 mins Impaired kidney function – Ollie / Ian
pathophysiology
Break 15
mins
80 mins AKI, DKA, abdo pain Ollie / Ian
60 mins Key investigations- linked to Ollie / Ian
the above

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Week 31 Day 6 – 28th March Thursday 10 - 3

Approx. Content Facilitator Rooms


timing
45 mins Case base discussion 2- 3 Ollie / Ian classroom
cases
100 mins Headaches – pathophysiology Ollie / Ian
related circulation of brain for
example
Break 15
mins
60 mins Key investigations –
differential diagnosis
Break 10 Ollie / Ian
mins
60mins Exam / presentation guidance Alison G
Q&A Ollie / Ian
Module evaluation

Provisional only- Exam and presentation : W/C 29th April 2019. Presentations will be 2nd May 2019 9 – 5
room. Exam date, time and venue yet to be provided but will be W/C 29th April ? 3rd May 2019

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