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Are you a working health professional looking to develop a deeper understanding of the care of diabetes in patients? Join Staffordshire University and get access to the experts in the field that put you at the forefront of diabetes care.
Our module covers the care of patients of diabetes in primary and secondary care situations, and your teaching and learning will be tailored to your current professional needs. With us, you’ll build the knowledge base from biology/pathophysiology to explore the specific care needs of the group due to disease progression, linking with areas of health education, teaching, monitoring, support and the wider health care team involvement in the long term and holistic care and management required by the person with a diagnosis of diabetes.
You will explore a range of topics during the module, including support issues, nutrition, pathophysiology, long term management and sexual health. This module will also take you through the latest research and treatment options available, and the multicultural issues that are associated with diabetes mellitus.
A variety of differing teaching and learning strategies are incorporated in this course including:
Contact Hours: (48) - 14 hours Lectures, 5 hours Discussion, 5 hours Interactive group work, 5 hours Case studies, 1 hour Class tests, 14 hours Specialist speakers from the diabetic care arena, 4 hours Clinical visits.
Independent Study Hours: (102) - 54 hours Reading and study, 48 hours Assignment preparation. Blackboard may be accessed as a support mechanism and resource.
Please note that during due to covid-19 (and subject to approval) 4 hours of clinical placement experience will be replaced with 3 hours of lectures and 1 hour of discussion
Experience and interest in this clinical speciality. Working in a health care setting. Nurses in all fields, Midwives, Paramedics, Social workers, Doctors can all apply to attend this module.
Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020
Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)
Times Higher Awards 2020
The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021
Midlands Business Awards 2020
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