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Ward H1 - Womens Health Care - RBHP 58

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Placement Title Ward H1 - Womens Health Care - RBHP 58
Trust
Your Placement Contact Deborah Mariner - Send Email
Placement Address Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva rd, Farnworth, Bloton, BL4 0JR
Placement City/Town: Bolton
Placement Phone 01204 390486
Your University Contact: Lesley Greenhalgh - Send Email

About this placement

What is organised for students on commencement of placement?

  • Team Meet and Mentor Greet
  • Local induction
  • Student Information Package
  • Initial Interview
  • Learning Plan

What are the arrangements for mentors/assessors?

Allocation of Mentor prior to placement. 

What shift patterns are students allocated for learning?

Shift Notes:

Monday - Thursday 08.30 - 17.00hrs Friday 08.30 - 14.00hrs Womens Health Care operates between the hours of 07.30 - 18.00hrs. 

What patient care situations are available in this placement?

  • Gp Referrals Unit
  • Planned Consultations
  • Elective Care
  • Non Elective Care
  • Elective Treatments and Procedures
  • Minor Surgery
  • Acute Care

What nursing model is used for planning care?

What core clinical skills can be learnt?

What core clinical skills can be learnt?

Year 1. (Nursing student placements only)

  • Gain general awareness of gynaecological service delivery provided to the community. 
  • Integration into a clinical hospital environment and exposure to all aspects of Health & Safety, Infection Control and Role responsibilities, policies and procedures. 
  • Oppurtunity to observe and participate in care delivery Exposure to wide range of MDT. 
  • Exposure to a rich learning environment and resources, specialised services, health promotion, treatments and procedures incorporating medical- legal, ethical aspects and facilitating a holistic approach to patient centred care. 
  • Facilitation of learning appropriate to learners stage of training and learning style. 
  • Encourage reflective practice and participate in self evaluation to facilitate personal and professional growth and development

Year 2 (Nursing student placements only)

  • Gain general awareness of gynaecological service delivery provided to the community.
  • Integration into a clinical hospital environment and exposure to all aspects of Health & Safety,
  • Infection Control and Role responsibilities, policies and procedures.
  • Opportunity to participate in care delivery.
  • Exposure to wide range of MDT.
  • Exposure to a rich learning environment and resources, specialised services, health promotion, treatments and procedures incorporating medical- legal, ethical aspects and facilitating a holistic approach to patient centred care.
  • Facilitation of learning appropriate to learners stage of training and learning style.
  • Encourage reflective practice and participate in self evaluation to facilitate personal and professional growth and development.
  • Opportunities to actively participate and contribute to all aspects of care delivery
  • Encourage team involvement as well as independent working, adhering to scope of professional practice and role responsibilities.

Year 2 (Nursing student placements only)

  • Gain general awareness of gynaecological service delivery provided to the community. 
  • Integration into a clinical hospital environment and exposure to all aspects of Health & Safety, Infection Control and Role responsibilities, policies and procedures. 
  • Opportunity to participate in care delivery. 
  • Exposure to wide range of MDT. Exposure to a rich learning environment and resources, specialised services, health promotion, treatments and procedures incorporating medical- legal, ethical aspects and facilitating a holistic approach to patient centred care. 
  • Facilitation of learning appropriate to learners stage of training and learning style. 
  • Encourage reflective practice and participate in self evaluation to facilitate personal and professional growth and development. 
  • Opportunities to actively participate and contribute to all aspects of care delivery 
  • Encourage team involvement as well as independent working, adhering to scope of professional practice and role responsibilities.

What resources are available to help students learning?

  • Resource areas and / or access to library
  • Access to current books / journals (not necessarily paper versions)
  • Access to internet and intranet as appropriate
  • Student notice board / folder is available

What research and practice development activities are being undertaken?

  • Internal audit is ongoing
  • Medical & Nursing Exemplar Audit ongoing
  • HMB NATIONAL Audit
  • PROMMS Audit
  • Prospect Audit
  • Gynaecological Research Nurse and Research Clerk

Spoke Placements

Sexual Health Unit - Exposure to services delivering STI Screening and Family Planning - 1-3 years - 1 day - Ext 4839

Breast Unit - Awareness of services delivered - 1-3 year - 1 day - Ext 5190

Cytology Dept - Gain insight into diagnositics - 1-3 year - ½ day - Ext 5513

Ultrasound Dept As above - 1-3 year - ½ day - Ext 5915

Womens Ward - Exposure to all aspects of care re:breast and gynaecology - 1-3 year - 1 day - 2 weeks - Ext 5718

Oncology Unit 1-3 year - 1 day - Ext 3884

Urology - Exposure to continence services 1-3 year - 1 day - Ext 5388

Theatres - Observe diagnostics and treatments of womens disorders - 1-3 year - 1 day - Ext 4527

 

Practice Educator Facilitator - Lisa.cavanagh@boltonft.nhs.uk - Royal Bolton Hospital