You will take the knowledge that you have gained from Assessment 1 and 2 and further develop your knowledge of symptom management through the application to a pat

Assignment Task Purpose This assessment task aims to develop your ability to evaluate, interpret and apply high quality evidence by critically analysing and presenting best practice interventions to optimise care…

Continue ReadingYou will take the knowledge that you have gained from Assessment 1 and 2 and further develop your knowledge of symptom management through the application to a pat

This assessment task aims to develop your ability to evaluate, interpret and apply high quality evidence by critically analysing and presenting best practice interventions to optimise care and symptom management in advanced clinical practice.

Assignment Task Purpose This assessment task aims to develop your ability to evaluate, interpret and apply high quality evidence by critically analysing and presenting best practice interventions to optimise care…

Continue ReadingThis assessment task aims to develop your ability to evaluate, interpret and apply high quality evidence by critically analysing and presenting best practice interventions to optimise care and symptom management in advanced clinical practice.

This first exercise is worth 10 points out of the 20 total points for programming assignment 1. In this exercise you will implement a toy version of a std::list, which is a doubly linked list. Just like in the standard library, the type of element in the list can be passed as a template param

Assignment Task This first exercise is worth 10 points out of the 20 total points for programming assignment 1. In this exercise you will implement a toy version of a…

Continue ReadingThis first exercise is worth 10 points out of the 20 total points for programming assignment 1. In this exercise you will implement a toy version of a std::list, which is a doubly linked list. Just like in the standard library, the type of element in the list can be passed as a template param