£600 – £750
|2 day workshop at venue|
|Case study submission|
|Credits||30 level 5|
This six-month multi-professional module focuses upon the assessment and management of the patient with diabetes. Emphasis is placed upon the health needs of the patient, health promotion and self-empowerment. It is aimed at registered healthcare practitioners who have a role in the delivery and management of care for those patients living with diabetes and who wish to respond more effectively to the health needs of patients.
On completion students will be able to assess and propose pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment tailored to the individual needs of the patient.
- Online only – online pack with video tutorials
- Blended – as Online with tutor-led webinar Zoom session
- Accredited – as Blended with case study submission
All three options will require you to sit a one hour online true/false exam. Please note that you can start the Online and Blended learning options at any time. Accredited courses will start every three months.
Dietician, GP, Nurse, Pharmacist, Podiatrist, Registered Healthcare Practitioners
Teesside University – 30 credits level 5 (Primary Care Management of Diabetes)
- Screening process, diagnosis and monitoring
- Micro-vascular complications
- Macro-vascular complications
- Multi-disciplinary approaches to lifestyle modification
- Pharmaco-therapeutics associated with diabetes
- Psychological consequences of diabetes
- Multi-professional working
- Primary care diabetes clinics
- National Guidelines
Dates & Locations
All students will take a one hour unseen online examination comprising True/False statements based on the content of the module
Students on the university accredited module will also submit a 3000 word written case study.
|Start Date||You choose your start date|
|Price||£600 / £648 / £750|
This was a very high standard course and pitched at a very good level for general practice.
Have really enjoyed the course; has all been extremely relevant to putting into practice.