External Examiner – CPD Advancing Tissue Viability & CPD Infection Control for Healthcare Level

Opening Date:
1 Dec 2015
Closing Date:
28 Jan 2016
Salary Range:

The Faculty of Education, Health and Community is looking to appoint an External Examiner to cover both programmes listed below:

CPD Advancing Tissue Viability 30 Credits

This CPD consists of two level 6 modules: –
• 6073PQHEAL Holistic influences on Tissue Viability. This module covers Anatomy and Physiology of the skin; the wound healing process; holistic assessment and identification of factors affecting wound healing. Assessment is a patient focused assignment which identifies holistic wound assessment and management.

• 6070PQHEAL Advancing Tissue Viability. This module covers clinical care including wound assessment, clinical decision making with regard to dressing selection, wound debridement, leg ulcers, and pressure ulcers. Assessment is an assignment focusing on a clinical wound care topic and demonstration of how the student will advance practice in the clinical area, and completion of a clinical diary

CPD Infection Control for Healthcare Level 6
• 6050PQHEAL Infection Control for Healthcare This module covers the host microbe relationship, risk reduction, clinical and environmental situations, operational policies and international developments. The Assessment is a Situational Analysis assignment focussing on an element from the students Clinical Practice area.

Previous experience of External Examination is desirable; however mentoring arrangements can be arranged if appropriate.

The appointment will run from 1 October 2016 until 30 September 2020.

Programme details will be provided to the appointee and a full induction day will be offered. Expressions of interest should be accompanied by an updated CV.

If you would like further information regarding the post please contact Ms. Laura Kinsey, Senior Lecturer/Programme Leader Advancing Tissue Viability CPD Email: l.kinsey@ljmu.ac.uk, Telephone: 0151 231 4471.

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