PAR-40010 - Developing Professional Skills and Attitudes
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Level: Level 7
Credits: 15
Study Hours: 150
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Programme/Approved Electives for 2024/25


Available as a Free Standing Elective






Barred Combinations


Description for 2024/25

Students will be able to evaluate professionalism within the clinical context and be integrate their values and experience (and reflection on experience) of proto-professionalism occurring in concert with the professional's evolving knowledge and skills base. Influences on proto-professionalism are considered in terms of moral and psycho-social development and reflective judgement.

To explore and critically evaluate professionalism.

Intended Learning Outcomes

Explore and critically evaluate current concepts of professionalism: 1,2
Crticially review current literature and practice in the assessment of professionalism, professional values and attitudes and apply this to the development of suitable strategies and methods within their own educational settings: 1,2
Develop and evaluate strategies for integrating teaching about professionalism within the curriculum: 1,2

Study hours

Active Learning:
10 hours on-line teaching (asynchronous)
6 hours on-line peer review, evaluation and assessment (synchronous)
4 hours presentation preparation (synchronous)
Independent Study:
100 hours self study including academic reading and research (asynchronous)
30 hours assignment preparation for the project {poster preparation}, (asynchronous)

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