Studying for a Foundation Degree in Health

1st Edition

Mary Northrop, Jayne Crow, Sarah Kraszewski

Routledge
Published July 27, 2015
Textbook - 312 Pages
ISBN 9780273786207 - CAT# Y160213

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Summary

Studying for a Foundation Degree in Health is designed to provide clear, relevant knowledge and to support appropriate skills development amongst students enrolled on foundation degree and equivalent level courses, in health and social care. Combining academic study skills, work-based learning skills and practice-focused content in one volume, this is the first textbook to focus specifically on the Band 4 role of associate and assistant practitioner within the health sector.                                                             

Features include:

- 13 chapters that cover the core topics students will be expected to demonstrate proficiency on by the end of their degree, including health promotion, healthcare delivery, safeguarding, quality in healthcare and research and evidence-based practice;

- Learning outcomes and activities, enabling students to actively engage with their course content;

- Content written by authors from a broad range of health disciplines, including nursing, radiography, physiotherapy, dentistry and public health, accurately depicting the dynamic field of healthcare in the UK today.

Written by authors with a wealth of experience in running foundation degrees in health, the book aims to provide students with lifelong learning skills that will benefit them while on their course, during future study and in the workforce.

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