NB: NPE 362 semester mark: General nursing science 20%, midwifery 40%, community/PHC 20%, management 20%. Final assessment: General nursing science comprehensive assessment 80%. (Pharmacology, management, general nursing science and PHC) and midwifery OSCE 20%. Clinical learning experiences and laboratory work: these modules comprise 300 hours of compulsory clinical practical work and laboratory work each (per semester). Students will complete these modules in specified healthcare units. NB: Only selected BCur students may register for this module.
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