Classroom-based activities will include lectures from experts in the field, case-study discussions and journal club activities, where you will be supported to relate your learning to your area of practice. Sharing experiences from practice and peer to peer learning will also be encouraged.
Self-directed study will be vital to your success on the course and will be used to help you prepare for and consolidate learning from the classroom based activities.
You will be assessed on a 3000 word critical discussion of the evidence for an aspect of supportive care (e.g. comprehensive geriatric assessment, involvement in shared decision-making, carer support.)
This course is worth 15 credits at Level 7.
This course is worth 15 credits toward eligible programmes.