Glycaemic control is central to managing diabetes and reducing the risk of complications for many people. This module contributes to the development of knowledge and understanding of the evidence to underpin clinical decisions and practice in assuring effective glycaemic control.
There is an emphasis on the research and evidence base; participants are encouraged to compare and contrast their findings with national and local guidelines. They will have the opportunity to engage in live webinars to discuss optimal ways of delivering personalised care when supporting the management of glycaemic control. Learning and development will be facilitated through a blend of eLearning units, interactive webinars and masterclasses led by thought leaders in the evolving field of glycaemic control, along with self-directed study. Clinical case studies and personal reflection will form the basis of discussion and sharing of best practice.
Assessment Method: 5,000 word assignment
Study Method: Supported online learning
Duration: 6 months
No. of Credits: 30 at Level 7
Accrediting Institution: University of Hertfordshire
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Course code: 7FHH1195
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