Management of Patients with Long-Term Conditions (Level 6)
Monday 15 January 2018 - Monday 26 February 2018
Nursing, Ambulance Service
Ambulance & Nursing
Leadership, Service improvemnt and innovation
This module aims to support practitioners in promoting person-centered care for the patient with a long-term condition and explore emerging models of service provision for the patient with a long-term condition; to provide opportunities for enhanced collaboration between services in the heath and social care sectors, also across primary, secondary and tertiary care; to facilitate enhanced understanding of the psychosocial experience of long-term conditions for the patient and their carers; to explore inequalities in health and public health/ health promotion strategies related to long-term conditions and to support the development of leadership and service development for patients with long-term conditions.
What will I learn?
Module aims to enable students to:
Gain an understanding and appreciation of common long-term processes and conditions.
Gain an understanding of the psychosocial aspects of the patient experience and its relevance to the provision of individualised, person-centred care.
Gain an understanding of the delivery of appropriate therapeutic management plans for patients.
Explore public health/ health promotion strategies for the person experiencing a long-term condition.
Explore multi- agency, partnership working in the provision of effective management plans for the person with a long-term condition; including involvement and role of user movement groups e.g. MIND; National Rheumatic Arthritis Society (NRAS).
Develop cultural competence and an appreciation of the role of individual difference in the practitioner: patient relationship.
Develop an appreciation and understanding of the positive strengths that the patient experience can contribute towards living with a long term condition.
Consider effective symptom management.
To support and promote self-care to maximise the quality of life of the person with a long-term condition
To build relationships with existing user groups /movements in identifying best practice in approaches to health care needs and services.
To support and promote self-care to maximise the quality of life of the person with a long-term condition.
There will be some shared teaching with the M level (level 7) Managing Patients with Long-term Conditions unit. This will often comprise keynote lectures from service users/ expert patients and subject and clinical specialists.
How will I learn?
Face to face learning
15,22,29 January 2018
* Please be advised that course dates and timings may change
Marie McGee M.Mcgee@uea.ac.uk