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Principles for Managing Long-Term Conditions 7KANP122

Key information

Subject area:

Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care


Course type:

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)


Credit level:

7


Credit value:

30


Duration:

4 months


Available course dates:

From: 23 April 2024 To: 09 July 2024
Application deadline: 15 March 2024

Course overview

To develop a detailed insight into the complexities related to caring for people with long-term conditions (LTC). To enhance skilful LTC management and promotion of selfcare by using contemporary evidence and resources

What will I achieve?

- Develop skills to lead complex care co - ordination and proactively manage the care of patients with long term conditions (LTC)

- Critically evaluate strategies that support self care and self-management for patients with LTCs

- Evaluate elements of the bio-psycho-social effects of LTCs

- Critically appraise current health care policies relating to clients with LTC and analyse the potential impact of national and/or international may have on service provision.

- Critically review the contribution of both quantitative and qualitative evidence about the care and experiences of people with LTC

- Evaluate the effects of different forms of tools including telehealth on the management of people with LTCs.

Who will I learn with?

Nicola Davis

Lecturer in Nursing Education (AEP)

Who is this for?

Qualified healthcare professionals

How will I be assessed?

Written assignment

What is the teaching schedule?

23/04/2024,

30/04,

07/05,

14/05,

21/05,

28/05,

04/06,

11/06,

18/06,

25/06,

02/07,

09/07 

Course status:

Places available

Full fee £3100

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