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Topic: Comparing advanced nurse practitioners with general practitioner in primary care

Assessment Information – 60 Credits
Assessment is an essential part of the module and is linked to the learning outcomes. Modules make use of summative and formative assessments and these are described below.

 Types of Assessment 
Formative assessment Has a developmental purpose and is designed to help learners learn more effectively by giving them feedback on their performance and on how it can be improved and/or maintained. Linked to the module learning outcomes it is used to help students prepare for their summative assessment. This may or may not be graded and does not count to the final module score.
Summative assessment Used to indicate the extent of a learner’s success in meeting the assessment criteria used to gauge the intended learning outcomes of a module or programme. Assessment grades are used to calculate end of module grades and overall degree class.

This module has the following assessment tasks that are described below.
Title of assessment: Major Project Report
A report of research / work-based project of up to 15,000 words* to include a critical discussion of application to practice and critical reflection. (Learning outcomes 1-5)
*Citations and references are excluded in the word count
 Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module the student will be expected to be able to: 
Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes:
1.    Identify and critically evaluate relevant concepts, models and principles that inform and illuminate the area of inquiry.
Intellectual, practical, effective and transferable skills learning outcomes:
2.    Demonstrate competence in the management of a research or work-based project in a way that is consistent with both professional practice and ethical principles.
3.    Select, critically justify and apply appropriate methodologies, techniques and practical strategies in data collection, interpretation and dissemination.
4.    Engage in reflective and reflexive analysis of the context, processes and outcomes of the inquiry.


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