This course is designed to provide up to date knowledge and identify the evidence upon which to base both current and future practice.
Modules include: cardiac and respiratory specialist practice; clinical examination and history taking; advanced life support; smoking cessation; lung failure; applied healthcare research (both qualitative and quantitative); evidence'based health care; heart failure; policy and practice.
Course Additional Entry
2.2 Honours degree, professional nursing registration (Registered General Nurse or Registered Sick Children's Nurse) and 3 years' minimum experience in cardiorespiratory nursing.
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