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Unit of Study NURS2015 - Partnering with Older People in Healthcare (2023)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

identify the diversities and challenges of healthy aging, common age-related health conditions and wellbeing

apply analytical, clinical and reflective skills in planning, prioritising, implementing and evaluating nursing practices across a range of diverse ageing circumstances and Australian aged care settings

work collaboratively to articulate cultural responsivity and respect for the identity and dignity of all older persons, inclusive of variations within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

compare healthcare systems, processes, models and philosophies of care that shape the experience of people and their significant others across the ageing continuum

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