CPD Cardiac Care - Adult
Cardiac Care - Adult
This course is specifically designed for those who are interested in working with acutely ill cardiac patients.
This exciting, challenging and interactive module adopts a blended approach to learning. This will enable students to develop essential knowledge and skills to provide high quality care that is underpinned by robust clinical evidence.
- Advanced anatomy and physiology of the heart and circulation
- Physical assessment
- ECG Interpretation
- Cardiac pharmacology
- Cardiac intervention
- Heart failure management
- Advanced life support
- Cardiac rehabilitation including promoting healthy behaviour, supporting BAME patients
- End of life care and supporting grieving family
Teaching and learning
Schedule: 3hrs per week (Live streaming or recorded sessions)
Interaction with fellow students is important as you share experiences and approaches to teaching, learning and assessment, both in real time online classrooms and recorded sessions, taking advantage of the benefits of canvas the virtual resource platform.Please view Timetable
- Registered Nurses and or Allied health care professionals with at least one year experience of caring for patients with acute cardiac disease
- Currently employed in a setting that would provide access to patients/clients experiencing an acute/chronic cardiac condition
How to apply
Please apply using the online application formSelecting Postgraduate Taught from the Level of entry dropdown
Summative assessment strategy:
To successfully complete this module and obtain 20 credits at level 7 You are required to achieve the following:
Completion of Practice assessment document
To complete the practice assessment, you need to identify an assessor (s) who will verify your competencies upon competition.
Practice assessment document forms part of the final assessment and therefore must be completed.
Multiple Choice Question Exam (MCQ) (Unseen)
Level 7 20 credits
Offers the option of studying as a stand-alone module or using the credits to continue on a master’s programme of study.
Information is available by accessing LJMU home page and searching for:
- Module leader: Dr P Rabasse P.Rabesse@ljmu.ac.uk
- Deputy module leader: Professor Ian D Jones I.D.Jones@ljmu.ac.uk
- Programme Leader Masters framework: Rosie McCarthy R.McCarthy@ljmu.ac.uk
Faculty Admissions Team
Faculty of Health
Liverpool John Moores University
79 Tithebarn Street
Liverpool L2 2ER
T: 0151 231 5829
The University may make changes to a programme of study or module where such changes are deemed to be beneficial to students, are minor in nature and unlikely to impact negatively upon students or become necessary due to circumstances beyond the control of the University.
Further guidance on programme changes.