This course is delivered by Interactive Blended Online Learning including two pre-recorded lectures, videos and a minimum of five live sessions offered with a module support tutor to ensure learners get the opportunity to ask questions and discuss with peers.
This Principles of Diabetes for Professional Practice Short Course is accredited by the University of Hertfordshire and is taught at Level 5/Diploma level.
This course is aimed at any health care professional who participates in the assessment, management and delivery of care for people with or at risk of developing diabetes.
This course aims to equip health care professionals with the knowledge and skills required to recognise patients at risk, and will focus on the prevention, recognition and management of metabolic syndrome and diabetes.
Assessment Method: 2,000 word portfolio and 2,000 word case study
Study Method: Interactive Blended Online Learning
Duration: 6 months
No. of Credits: 30 at Level 5
Accrediting Institution: University of Hertfordshire
Course Information Sheet: click to download
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