|This module will be assessed through a 3000 word reflection exploring a case which they have managed. Students will need to explore their own development in enhancing their role within case management.
|The ability to study at Level HE3
Working in a role which involves case management
|This module aims to develop the skills of case management to enable health and social care professionals to deliver improvements in caring for people with long term conditions.
|On successful completion of the module, the student will be able to:
Knowledge and Understanding
• demonstrate an advanced understanding of generalist and specialist assessment tools for case management e.g. single assessment process
• demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the role of targeting, commissioning and procurement for case management for fair access to services
• critically appraise the role of the case manager
• critically evaluate risk assessment and risk analysis
• embrace the theoretical mechanisms which inform decision-making and it’s application to the context of case management
• co-ordinate, organise and monitor complex care packages to support personalised care plans
• demonstrate competency in providing care to vulnerable people with long term conditions to enable and promote independence, dignity and choice to maximise independence
• evaluate the effectiveness of tools for client outcome measures
• evaluate service outcomes using effective data collection
Key Transferable Skills
• demonstrate awareness of the need for cross-disciplinary working
• demonstrate awareness of the legal and ethical considerations in case management
|Concepts of reflection in and on practice
Exploration of roles involved in case management
Models of case management
General and specialist assessment tools for case management
Evaluation of client outcome measures and effective data collection
Risk assessment and risk analysis
Decision-making in the context of case management
Cross disciplinary working in case management
Skills of targeting, commissioning and procurement for fair access to services
Patient and carers perspective
Leading and pro-actively managing complex care co-ordination
Identification of relevant government publications
Legal and ethical considerations in case management e.g. advocacy and empowerment – end of life issues
Health and social care interface
Innovation in supportive technology
|Methods of Teaching/Learning
|The module will be facilitated using an enquiry based learning approach, with keynote lectures by relevant professionals and student-led seminars. This will develop the key skills of negotiation and cross-disciplinary working integral to the role of case management.
OVERALL STUDENT WORKLOAD
36 hours taught
72 hours work based learning
12 hours action learning sets
80 hours self directed study
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|29TH JULY 2010