Delivered by academics and clinical experts, this course aims to provide nurses with an introduction to the care and management of clients with long-term conditions, with a focus on primary care and community settings.
- principles of health promotion and change management
- management of specific conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory disease
- working with vulnerable adults
- case management and care coordination
- mental health and mental capacity
- adult safeguarding
- the use of emerging technologies
- understanding the therapeutic alliance and active support for self-management.
Who is it for?
Although initially developed for nurses working in primary and community care, the principles of long-term condition prevention and management apply equally to all nurses and the course therefore also has relevance to those working in secondary care or considering a career move to primary or community care.
This course usually runs in summer as five full days on a Thursday. Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, this course will likely run as a combination of face-to-face and online learning, but the proportions will depend on Government guidance at the time.
May: Thursday 13 and 27 May 2021
June: Thursday 10 and 24 June 2021
July: Thursday 8 July 2021
This course is worth 15 credits at Level 6, and can be undertaken as part of the BSc (Nursing Studies) programme or as a stand-alone course.
This course is worth 15 credits toward eligible programmes.