|One day workshop at venue|
|Post course activity pack|
|Case study submission|
|Credits||10 level 5|
This sixteen week module aims to further develop knowledge and skills to facilitate the initiation and management of insulin therapy in a patient with type 2 diabetes.
More people with Type 2 Diabetes are now requiring insulin therapy. This conversion is increasingly being made in Primary Care. This module aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of the health care practitioner to initiate insulin therapy in such individuals. The module examines the need for insulin therapy, explores regimens and patient educational issues.
GP, Nurse, Registered Healthcare Practitioners working in primary care who are already managing people with Type 2 diabetes.
Teesside University Certificate of Credit insulin Conversion in People with Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care 10 credits level 5
- Reasons for insulin therapy
- Insulin choices
- Types of insulin regimens
- Delivery devices
- Patient education
- Self-monitoring of blood glucose
- Management issues
Dates & Locations
Students on the university accredited module will submit a 2000 word case study.
There is no assessment on the non-accredited course.
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|Study Type||Blended Learning|
|Start Date||Multiple dates available|