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Diabetes Reducing Cardiovascular Risk Level 7 module

£1,090.00

This Diabetes Reducing Cardiovascular Risk Level 7 module contributes to the development of knowledge and understanding of diabetes. There is an emphasis on the research and evidence base; participants are encouraged to compare their findings with national and local guidelines.

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Study TypeSupported online learning
Duration6 months
LevelLevel 7 (postgraduate)
Start DateVarious

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This Diabetes Reducing Cardiovascular Risk Level 7 module module contributes to the development of knowledge and understanding of diabetes. There is an emphasis on the research and evidence base; participants are encouraged to compare their findings with national and local guidelines. They also have the opportunity to discuss and explore best practice through interactive webinars; focusing on to how to deliver personalised care while reducing cardiovascular risk in people with diabetes. Learning and development is facilitated through a blend of formal presentations, webinars and masterclasses combined with self-directed study. Clinical case studies and personal reflection will form the basis for dialogue and discussion.

Glycaemic control is usually the key issue addressed in practice. However, evidence suggests that cardiovascular complications are reduced through a multifactorial approach which addresses blood pressure, lipid management and lifestyle issues. In some people with diabetes, these interventions have a greater impact on cardiovascular risk than glycaemic control. This module encourages evidence-based analysis and discussion along with a synthesis of different approaches to managing risk in diabetes, which potentially go beyond the guidelines.

 

Assessment Method: 5,000 word account

No. of Credits: 30 at Level 7

Accrediting Institution: University of Hertfordshire

Course code: 7FHH1194

eLearning requirements: click to view

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