Diabetes Management in Primary Care
Forthcoming Diabetes Courses. Please choose your preferred start date and course type from the drop down lists to book your place online. Do not select a date that is listed below as Full as you will not be allocated a place. What’s the difference between accredited and non-accredited / CPD courses? Click here to find out.
Please note that our October course is online CPD only and will not involve any attendance at the Training Centre. Please ensure that you select the correct option from the drop down menu as the cohort is not available with accreditation.
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4 Sep 2017
Bradford | Full
- 4 Sep 2017 Start Date (no attendance)
- 12 Dec 2017 Revision Day
- 10 Mar 2018 Workshop Day
- 11 Mar 2018 Workshop Day
3 Oct 2017
Online | CPD
- 3 Oct 2017 Start Date
13 Nov 2017
Bradford | Current
- 13 Nov 2017 Start Date (no attendance)
- 24 Feb 2018 Revision Day
- 19 May 2018 Workshop Day
- 20 May 2018 Workshop Day
Course Delivery & Duration
This diabetes training course uses our proven and popular combination of self study and face to face workshops. Six months of self-directed study is facilitated by a distance learning pack which concludes with two days of compulsory workshops. Attendance at the revision day is optional.
Students use our brand new electronic distance learning pack. This will give a more interactive learning experience, but students who prefer a paper pack may purchase one at a small additional cost.
|Notional Study Time||300 hours (accredited) or 250 hours (CPD)|
Dietician, GP, Nurse, Pharmacist, Podiatrist, Registered Healthcare Practitioners
Teesside University UCPD Primary Care: Management of Diabetes 30 Credits Level 5
Certified by the CPD Certification Service
This six month multi-professional diabetes training course focuses upon the assessment and management of the individual with diabetes. Emphasis is placed upon the health needs of the individual, health promotion and self-empowerment. This module is aimed at health care professional (doctors, nurses, dieticians, podiatrists and pharmacists) who have a role in the delivery and management of care for those clients and their families experiencing diabetes and who wish to respond more effectively to the health needs of their clients. Upon completion of the course the participant will be able to suggest, initiate and vary treatment to individual needs. The content covers screening, diagnosis, management of diabetes and micro-and macro-vascular complications.
- Demonstrate a detailed knowledge of the disease processes in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes
- Critically analyse the relationship between risk factors and the complications of diabetes
- Demonstrate a detailed knowledge and awareness of the psychological and physical management and care of a person with diabetes
- Analyse, apply and interpret evidence from a range of sources to underpin the care and management of diabetes
- Demonstrate intellectual flexibility in the application of relevant theory to the management of diabetes
- Recognise and initiate screening, diagnostic and assessment skills in relation to people with diabetes
- Apply, develop and critically analyse care strategies to promote the health and well being of the person with diabetes in primary care
- Explore and modify care delivery processes in response to the assessment of people with diabetes
- Critically analyse the importance of a multi-professional approach to care and reflect systematically on their own role within such a team
- Demonstrate effective writing skills appropriate to level 5. (accredited course only)
- Setting the Scene
- Healthy Living
- Specialist Section (GP/Nurse, Podiatrist, Dietitian, Pharmacist)
- Other Specialist Sections (optional, contains text from other sections)
One hour unseen examination comprising of True/False statements based on the content of the module.
4000 word case study critically analysing the management of a person with diabetes in primary care (accredited course only).