Rehabilitation and recovery in people with long-term effects of COVID-19: a multidisciplinary approach module (PN50171)
This module aims to enable multidisciplinary healthcare professionals to understand the long-term effects of COVID-19 in non-hospitalised and hospitalised patients, including those admitted to ICU. Through critical evaluation of current and emerging evidence on rehabilitation, (supported) self-management interventions and new service pathways, the learner will be enabled to develop, implement and evaluate multidisciplinary and person-centred rehabilitation practice to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Knowledge and understanding
- Demonstrate critical knowledge of current and evolving evidence on the aetiology and long-term effects of COVID-19
- Demonstrate a critical understanding of current and evolving evidence on the impact of post-COVID-syndrome on physical, social, cognitive, psychological and vocational functioning, and on mental and emotional well-being.
- Demonstrate a critical understanding of current and evolving evidence on the rehabilitation needs of people with long-term effects of Covid-19, and how rehabilitation pathways, treatment and self-management strategies, including telerehabilitation can address those needs.
Subject-specific practical and intellectual skills and attributes
- Critically appraise evidence-based interventions, underpinning theories, and rehabilitation pathways for people with long-term effects of COVID
- Critically evaluate the psychometric (measurement) properties of assessment tools used in post-COVID rehabilitation
Transferable, employability and enterprise skills and attributes
- Critically engage in reflective practice and provide evidence-based, person-centred rehabilitation and self-management support to people experiencing long term effects of COVID
Essay (3,0000 words)
You will be expected to demonstrate robust critical analysis and synthesis of evidence relating to the module content. You will reflect upon and critically analyse current practice and critically evaluate evidence-based interventions, pathways or approaches necessary to support people experiencing long term effects of Covid. By choosing an element of healthcare delivery pertinent to personal practice, you will also demonstrate their ability to critically appraise person-centred approaches to rehabilitation and recovery. This will enable them to develop strategies for their use in the evaluation and treatment of physical, social, cognitive, psychological and vocational functioning. (ILOs 1,2,3,4,5,6)
Any Health and Social Care professional with a degree or equivalent.
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