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Interprofessional Diabetes Course for Healthcare Professionals


Synopsis and aims:

Nationally, there is a drive on redesigning diabetes services towards a singular pathway across the primary/secondary care interface. NHS England has identified professional education as an essential factor in the modernisation of diabetes services and has provided funding to support the training of health professionals in diabetes care.

This is a six week online course with a one day face to face assessment.

The prime aim of this programme is to provide practitioners from different specialities and with the knowledge and competencies to manage, maintain, treat and/or transfer patients with diabetes to the appropriate tier of care. The outcomes will include improved personal confidence, more effective referral in the tiered structure of diabetes care, appropriate collaboration and engagement with the specialist team(s) and intelligent use new therapies. 


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24/05/202205/07/20220£850.00[Read More]
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The course aims to develop your ability to apply your clinical reasoning experience in a challenging and resource limited environment. No previous experience of working in the prehospital care setting is required. A team of experienced prehospital consultants and paramedics will deliver a mixture of teaching and simulation to achieve the learning outcomes of the course. You will be encouraged to undertake an elective observation day in a prehospital care system and share your experience as part of the module.

Please note that the simulation element of this course may require you to physically manipulate equipment in unfamiliar surroundings. The elective element may require you to attend events or emergencies in the prehospital setting

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16/02/202218/05/20220£800.00[Read More]
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This short course aims to provide delegates with the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to integrate genomic data into routine care of cancer patients in their Oncology Clinic. This will enable delegates to act as “Genomic Champions” to disseminate good practice to their colleagues locally.

The course will be delivered online by experts in Cancer Genetics from the SouthWest Thames Regional Genetics Service based at St Georges University Hospital.

Attendants of the course will be taught through interactive case based lectures. Topics covered include, the cancer genome, assessment and testing for inherited cancer predisposition, consenting for genetic testing, understanding genetic test results and management of families with hereditary cancer predisposition. The focus will be on breast, bowel and colorectal cancer, but other cancer types will be covered.

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10/06/202208/07/20220£750.00[Read More]

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