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Cardiovascular Disease Risk Assessment
Level: Diploma Module (L5)
Duration: 6 months
Notional study time: 300 hours (including time to study learning materials and complete assignments).
This module looks at the prevention of CVD at a depth that professionals and healthcare support staff will need if they are to implement the governmental initiatives across the UK, to tackle what is still the UK’s single biggest killer. It will deepen understanding about the physiology, patho-physiology, organisational requirements and systematic approaches that teams will need to have in order to make an impact on this disease, and will support those learners who wish to undertake risk assessment, risk management and individual patient support.
For this eLearning course of study, please check out the IT System Requirements you will need in order to access our eLearning materials.
Delivery method: eLearning distance learning materials
Assessment method: 4,000 word assignment.
Course Information Sheet: Download PDF
Start date 05 August 2013 First coursework submission date 10 February 2014
Start date 04 November 2013 First coursework submission date 05 May 2014
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