NURSING & MIDWIFERY COURSES

INTRODUCTION

AHRO University is dedicated to the development of well-educated and highly skilled professional nurses and midwives to support the world healthcare system and continues to assist in addressing the human resource needs of world’s health services.

This course prepares the learner to professionally provide care that meets health needs of the individual, family, and community. It will also boost the learners’ knowledge about how to deal with different nursing / midwifery situations in an ethical manner and within limits of the law.

TARGET GROUP

To be admitted in this programme, a candidate must be a registered nurse or midwife who completed Advanced Diploma or bachelor’s degree from a recognized nursing or midwifery institution.

COURSE CONTENT

Module 1: Review on Fundamentals of Nursing and Midwifery

Module2: Advanced Nursing techniques 1

Module 3: Review of Advanced Nursing Techniques 2

Module 4: Health Services Management

Module 5: Use of clinical data

 TEACHING LEARNING METHODS

This program will run for the duration of 6 months (180 days) with different modes of delivery like online/ on-site interactive sessions, discussions, seminars and workshops, ICT laboratories, individual and group work, case studies, and clinical placements.

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARD

Based on the guidelines from the International Council of Nursing (ICN), the awards are credit-based. Therefore, upon completion of the required competences and skills, successful learners will be awarded a Diploma certificate in Nursing or Midwifery accompanied by a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate.

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees: £4300

Intakes: Jan | July

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INTRODUCTION

The aim of this course is to equip learners with the advanced and safer nursing techniques allowing them to professionally provide high quality care to clients who experienced traumatic brain injuries.The learners will apply high levels of decision-making, problem-solving and critical thinking concepts to contribute to health promotion, disease prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation care of clients with traumatic brain injuries.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners should be able to:

1.Demonstrate advanced knowledge in relation to traumatic brain injuries

2.Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving in nursing management of clients who experienced traumatic brain injuries

3.Use critical thinking skills in minimizing the complications of traumatic brain injuries.

4.Adopt high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP

Graduates from any of the medical or nursing and midwifery professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

1.Overview on Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)FI

2.Current Evidence Based Practice in Management of Traumatic Brain Injuries

3.Complications and preventive measures of TBIV

4.Application of therapeutic communication skills in management of traumatic brain injuries                                                                      

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS 

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving, and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides, and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module. 

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARDS

Upon completion of the course, successful learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed their formative assessment at 50% and summative assessments at 50%, with 90% attendance in all the course activities. 

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

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INTRODUCTION

This course aims to equip learners with the advanced nursing techniques allowing them to professionally provide skilled and safer care for clients who experienced venous thrombosis. The focus is the integration of these concepts for providing advanced nursing care for specific physiologic and psychosocial responses of clients with venous thrombosis.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of deep vein thrombosis.
  2. Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving in nursing management of client with deep vein thrombosis.
  3. Adopt critical thinking skills in minimizing the complications of deep vein thrombosis.
  4. Use high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP

Graduates from any of the medical or nursing and midwifery professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

Overview on Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

Current Evidence Based Practice in Management of Client with Deep Vein Thrombosis

Complications and Preventive Measures of Deep Vein Thrombosis

Application of therapeutic communication skills in management of Deep Vein Thrombosis  

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS 

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving, and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides, and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module. 

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARDS

Upon completion of the course, successful learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed their formative assessment at 50% and summative assessments at 50%, with 90% attendance in all the course activities. 

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this course is to prepare the learners to professionally provide advanced care for clients having need of urinary catheter.

This course will also integrate the learners in clinical places and allow them to be able to perform advanced and safer procedures related to urinary catheterization, communicate effectively with clients, and assess their health needs. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners would be able to:

  1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge in relation to the anatomy and functions of genitourinary system.
  2. Demonstrate advanced skills in performing the procedure for insertion of urinary catheter.
  3. Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving in planning and providing care to client with urinary catheter.
  4. Adoptcritical thinking skills in the procedure of removing urinary catheter.
  5. Use high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP 

To be admitted in this program, candidates must be graduates from any of the medical or nursing and midwifery professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

Review on Urinary System

Current Evidence Based Practice in Urinary Catheter insertion

Ongoing Nursing Management

Removal of Urinary Catheter 

Application of therapeutic communication skills in urinary catheter care                                                                    

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS 

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving, and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides, and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module. 

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARDS

Upon completion of the course, successful learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed their formative assessment at 50% and summative assessments at 50%, with 90% attendance in all the course activities. 

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this course is to prepare the learners to professionally provide advanced and safer care to clients and their families, as “Clean Care is Safer Care”. The learners will apply high levels of decision-making, problem-solving and critical thinking concepts to contribute to health promotion, disease prevention, disease treatment and client rehabilitation considering the principles of infection prevention and control. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge in relation to the concepts of infection prevention and control.
  2. Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving in practicing hands hygiene techniques.
  3. Demonstrate advanced skills in implementing the techniques of environmental hygiene.
  4. Adopt critical thinking skills in applying the principles of HAIs preventive measures. 
  5. Use high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP

Graduates from any of the medical or nursing and midwifery professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

Generalities on Infection Prevention and Control (IPC)

Hand Hygiene

Environmental Hygiene and Safety                                                                                                          

Current Evidence Based Practice in Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) 

Application of therapeutic communication skills in IPC 

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARD

Upon successful completion of the course, learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed formative assessment and summative assessments each at 50% with 90% attendance in all the course activities.

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this course is to prepare the learners professionally foradvanced and safer care for clients in need of palliative care. The course aims to enable the learners to integrate and perform advanced and safer palliative care, communicate effectively with clients, and assess their health needs. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of palliative care 
  2. Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving in planning and providing palliative care 
  3. Use critical thinking skills in implementing the pharmacological and / or non-pharmacological interventions of pain management
  4. Demonstrate advanced skills in addressing psychosocial and spiritual needs of clients and families.
  5. Adopt high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP

Graduates from any of the medical or nursing and midwifery professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

Overview on Palliative Care

Current Evidence Based Practice in Provision of Palliative Care

Pain Management

Application of therapeutic communication skills in palliative care   

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS 

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving, and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides, and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module. 

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARDS

Upon completion of the course, successful learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed their formative assessment at 50% and summative assessments at 50%, with 90% attendance in all the course activities. 

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this course is to prepare the learners to professionally provide advanced care for clients diagnosed as having clean or infected wound. The learners will apply high levels of decision-making, problem-solving and critical thinking concepts to contribute to health promotion, disease prevention, disease treatment and client rehabilitation. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of skin integrity and wound healing.
  2. Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving in wound care.
  3. Demonstrate advanced skills in applying different sterile dressings.  
  4. Use critical thinking skills in application of different types of bandages.
  5. Demonstrate advanced skills in techniques of wound debridement  
  6. Use high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP

Graduates from any of the medical or nursing and midwifery professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

Current Evidence Based Practice in wound care  

Debridement

Bandages

Application of therapeutic communication skills in wound care                                                                     

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS 

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving, and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides, and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module. 

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARDS

Upon completion of the course, successful learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed their formative assessment at 50% and summative assessments at 50%, with 90% attendance in all the course activities. 

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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INTRODUCTION

This course prepares the learner to professionally provide care that meets health needs of the individual, family, and community. It will also boost the learners’ knowledge about how to deal with different nursing / midwifery situations in an ethical manner and within limits of the law. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge in relation to the expended and extended role and responsibilities of the professional nurse/ midwife.
  2. Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving concepts in relation to ethical principles while providing nursing / midwifery care.
  3. Adopt critical thinking skills in dealing with legal issues in nursing / midwifery
  4. Use high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP

To be admitted in this program, a candidate must be graduates from any of the medical, nursing and midwifery or healthcare professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

Code of ethics in Nursing / Midwifery careCO

Ethical Principles

Legal Issues in Nursing & Midwifery

Therapeutic communication skills in nursing and midwifery profession 

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS 

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving, and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides, and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module. 

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARD

Upon completion of the course, successful learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed their formative assessment at 50% and summative assessments at 50%, with 90% attendance in all the course activities. 

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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INTRODUCTION

This course aims to equip learners with the advanced perioperative nursing techniques. The learners will apply high levels of decision-making, problem-solving and critical thinking concepts to contribute to health promotion, disease prevention, disease treatment and client rehabilitation considering the principles of infection prevention and control.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After taking part in this course, the learners should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of nursing assessment and preparation of clients undergoing surgery.
  2. Apply high levels of decision-making and problem-solving as circulating or scrubbing nurse
  3. Demonstrate advanced skills in applying the principles of asepsis in operating room
  4. Use critical thinking skills during interventions of intraoperative phase.
  5. Demonstrate advanced skills in management of surgical wound
  6. Adopt high level communication skills as cornerstone in therapeutic relationships.

TARGET GROUP

Graduates from any of the medical or nursing and midwifery professions – post registration.

COURSE CONTENT

Pre-operative Nursing care

Intraoperative nursing care

Current Evidence Based Practice in Postoperative nursing care

Application of therapeutic communication skills in perioperative nursing techniques 

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS 

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving, and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides, and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module. 

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

AWARDS

Upon completion of the course, successful learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed their formative assessment at 50% and summative assessments at 50%, with 90% attendance in all the course activities. 

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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INTRODUCTION

This course aims to cater for the crucial need of the society and would go a long way in fulfilling the mental health requirements of the people keeping in mind the shortage of mental health personnel. This course is designed to assist learners in developing further expertise and in-depth understanding in the field of adult mental health. It will help learners to appreciate the client as a holistic individual and develop skills to function as educator, manager and researcher in the field of mental health. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course the learners will be able to: 

  1. Review the concept of mental health and illness in adult.
  2. Explore the trends and issues in the field of mental health and illness in adult. 
  3. Understand psychobiology in mental disorders and its implication. 
  4. Appraise the different theories related to mental health.
  5. Identify and critique mental health in specific populations- adolescent, women and old age.
  6. Demonstrate understanding of ECT therapy.

TARGET GROUP

Graduates from Nursing& Midwifery/ Medicine/other healthcare professions including Psychology & Social work (Post registration as applicable)

COURSE CONTENT

Overview of fundamentals of mental health and illness

Review of theories related to mental health

Review of mental health disorders

Reviews of evidence based practices in mental health of specific areas and populations

Communication in mental health

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS

Interactive lectures conducted online (virtual learning environment) and on-site, problem-solving and case-based approaches to learning. Course materials include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation slides and other relevant materials applicable to the course/ module

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed as follows:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

AWARD

Upon successful completion of the course, learners will be awarded with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate, provided they have passed formative assessment and summative assessments each at 50% with 90% attendance in all the course activities.

Credit: 20 (200 hours of learning)

Fees:  £640

Intakes: Jan | April | July | October

 

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FORTHCOMING COURSES 

 

Postgraduate Certifications (Online)

 
1. Certificate Nursing and Midwife Prescription
2. Certificate/ Diploma/MSc Palliative Care
3. Certificate Nursing Leadership & Management
4. Certificate Nursing Informatics
5. Certificate Nursing Administration
6. Diploma Prescription for Nurses
7. Diploma in Oncology Nursing
8. Diploma ICU Nursing
9. Diploma Diabetes Care
10. Diploma Critical Care
11. Diploma Dermatology
12. Diploma Emergency Nursing
13. Diploma Palliative Care (Nursing)
14. Professional Doctorate in Nursing Leadership
15. MSc Advanced Nursing
16. MSc Adult Nursing
17. MSc Family Nursing Practitioner
18. MSc Nutrition and Health Promotion
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