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Level: Diploma Module (L5)
Duration: 4 months
Notional study time: 150 hours (including time to study learning materials and complete assignment)
This Diploma level validated course is designed for health care professionals caring for patients within the community setting with atrial fibrillation. Comprehensive study materials will be provided and the knowledge and skills gained from self directed study will enable you to critically evaluate the role of the healthcare professional in identifying and diagnosing atrial fibrillation. Treatments options will also be examined according to evidence and National Guidelines. At the end of the course you will be empowered to translate evidence and guidelines into practice to improve and deliver high standards of care directly to the client.
Delivery method: Written distance learning materials
Assessment method: 2,500 word assignment
Course Information Sheet: Download PDF
Start date 03 March 2014 First coursework submission date 07 July 2014
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