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Holistic Assessment of Adults in Specific Care Settings

Institution code: 

One semester.


What are the aims of the module?

  • To provide the student with an opportunity to demonstrate motivation and commitment to the development of the holistic assessment processes of adult patients/clients in a specific practice setting.
  • To engage in comprehensive enquiry with identified aspects of holistic assessment of individual’s.
  • To extend opportunities for critical self-evaluation.
  • To achieve specified holistic assessment competencies in the work place.

Dates of attendance: Semester two







Session Times: 09:00am - 16:00pm

Please note it is your responsibility to check module dates prior to commencing your studies. The correct dates can be found by following the relevant module page.

Should you require any academic advice about this module please contact the Course Leader/Module Leader:

Mark Ranson

01473 338529

Course modules

What will I study?

There will be an emphasis on practitioners identifying learning content based on their personal development plan, specific to the holistic assessment needs of their particular adult patient/client group.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment consists of the compilation of a portfolio of evidence including documentation and assessment of actual holistic assessments carried out, an Objective Structured Clinical Examination and a critical self-evaluation.

Full downloadable information regarding all University of Suffolk courses, including Key Facts, Course Aims, Course Structure and Assessment, is available in the Definitive Course Record.


Course Leader and Senior Lecturer