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Tackling the Complexity of Managing Heart Failure Short Course

£875.00

The Tackling the Complexity of Managing Heart Failure Short Course allows the acquisition of both practical skills and clinical knowledge necessary to manage the complex needs of patients and carers from the early diagnostic phase through to end of life.

In addition, it equips the learner with a broader understanding of the multi-systems approach to disease management and strategic service development. This course explores the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of heart failure. It focuses on both pharmacological and non-pharmacological management of heart failure and how this may be impacted by co-morbid conditions.

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Study TypeInteractive Blended Online Learning
Duration6 months
LevelLevel 6 (Degree)
Start DateVarious

Download a Course Information SheetUniversity of Hertfordshire

This Tackling the Complexity of Managing Heart Failure Short Course is aimed at any healthcare professional who participates in the delivery and management of care for people with chronic heart failure, their families and carers.

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.

The Tackling the Complexity of Managing Heart Failure Short Course allows the acquisition of both practical skills and clinical knowledge necessary to manage the complex needs of patients and carers from the early diagnostic phase through to end of life.

In addition, it equips the learner with a broader understanding of the multi-systems approach to disease management and strategic service development. This course explores the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of heart failure. It focuses on both pharmacological and non-pharmacological management of heart failure and how this may be impacted by co-morbid conditions.

It is aimed at healthcare practitioners who are working with people with heart failure and complex needs and will enable learners to apply the evidence in the context of other comorbidities.

Assessment Method: 2,000 word essay, 3,000 word case study

No. of Credits: 30 at Level 6

Accrediting Institution: University of Hertfordshire

eLearning requirements: click to view

Buying for yourself?

Please go ahead and make your purchase.

I have a code to use, what do I do?

When going through the checkout you will be presented with an option to enter a code. You should copy the code you have been sent and then paste it into the field at checkout and it will automatically adjust the value, depending on the value of the code.

eLearning

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Buying for someone else?

You need to purchase a Level 6 Learning Licence which you can then allocate to your learner/s.

I want to book my practice nurse onto this Level 6 course – what should I do?

If you are buying for someone else then for your example, you should purchase a Level 6 Learning Licence:
https://www.educationforhealth.org/product/level-6-learning-licence/ – you are then issued with a code which you pass to the learner to book themselves onto the next suitable date.

Read more about Learning Licences here: https://www.educationforhealth.org/book-with-us/buying-a-place-for-others/learning-licences/

I need to buy for at least ten people.

We have extra support for purchasers buying learning licences at this volume, including a dedicated Partnership Manager who can help with licence usage reports, learner progress on courses and completion data. This allows you to easily demonstrate a return on your investment. We also have discounts available when bulk buying – talk to the team on [email protected] to find out more.

eLearning

Our website and eLearning work best in Google Chrome, Safari or Microsoft Edge and we advise you use one of these browsers to minimise the risk of errors or screen distortion. Please see our eLearning requirements document if you need further advice.

Our Short Courses are removed from the website at least seven days before the start date, so that students have all necessary information for their studies when they begin. Many of our courses fill quickly and are removed once all places are sold so we advise early booking to avoid disappointment.

This course is accredited by the University of Hertfordshire. After purchasing your place from Education for Health, your course information will include the requirement to register for the activity with the University of Hertfordshire before the start date. Failure to do this will result in you not being able to start the course. In this instance our normal Terms & Conditions will apply.

To help signpost you to the right information, here are some frequently asked questions and answers.

Learner FAQs – webpage

Learner FAQs – PDF

Our website and eLearning work best in Google Chrome, Safari or Microsoft Edge and we advise you use one of these browsers to minimise the risk of errors or screen distortion. Please see our eLearning requirements document if you need further advice.

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