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Positive Risk-Taking and Legal Aspects of Care

 

Date:

Tuesday 23 January 2018, 9:30am - 4pm

Location:

University of East Anglia, Norwich

Event Category:

Dementia and Complexity in Later Life

Cost

£125

Duration

1 day

Credits

Unaccredited Short Course

Course Description

This masterclass will provide an overview of the signs, symptoms, pathophysiology and experience of dementia alongside learning activities aimed at advancing participants' understanding and implementation of person-centred Dementia Care.

What will I learn?

Participants can expect to:

  • Identify the main types of dementia and their causes;
  • Advance their understanding of what it might be like to live with dementia;
  • Evaluate approaches to person-centred dementia care;
  • Develop new ideas for working effectively with people living with dementia.

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Course Director

Sarah Housden s.housden@uea.ac.uk

 

 


Minor Illness (Level 7)

 

Date:

Tuesday 9 January 2018 - Tuesday 20 March 2018

Location:

University of East Anglia, Norwich

Event Category:

Acute, Critical, Emergency and Urgent care, Nursing, Health and Social Care

Total Student Effort Hours

200

Level

7

Credits

20

Cost

£810

Course Description

The aim of the module is to enable health care practitioners to develop a holistic approach to the assessment and treatment of patients with minor health problems and to prepare healthcare practitioners to provide evidence-based care in primary care, urgent care and first contact settings.

This module will enable students to develop a range of skills that reflect an individualised, empowering and holistic approach to patient health assessment, care management and treatment in a more advanced and autonomous clinical role.. Demonstrate evidence based practice in the care of a patient with a minor health problem, providing anticipatory guidance and educating patients in self care.

Is this course for me?

This module is for Healthcare professionals who should be working within a relevant clinical area such as A/E, WIC, Primary Care, Community, Urgent Care settings.The module will provide 20 credits towards the Advanced Professional Practice Clinical Pathway. Healthcare professionals can also access it as a standalone module.

What will I learn?

The learning objectives of this module are to:
1. The module will focus on specific assessment, interventions, patient management, health advice and health promotion of adults and children presenting with minor illness

By the end of this module you will be able to:
1. Critically discuss and evaluate a structured approach to an assessment of a patient with a minor health problem.
2. Utilise evidence-based practice in the assessment and management of a patient with a minor health condition.
3. Demonstrate the ability to synthesise information in order to problem solve and effectively manage patients with a minor health condition.
4. Critically explore the limits and opportunities of the autonomous practitioner role and legal and professional issues relating to autonomous practice within minor health problems.

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Study Dates

9, 23 January 2018

6, 20 February 2018

6, 20 March 2018

Course Director

Karen Blair

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Minor Illness (Level 6)

 

Date:

Tuesday 9 January 2018 - Tuesday 20 March 2018

Location:

University of East Anglia, Norwich

Event Category:

Acute, Critical, Emergency and Urgent care, Nursing, Health and Social Care

Total Student Effort Hours

200

Level

6

Credits

20

Cost

£810

Course Description

The aim of the module is to enable health care practitioners to develop a holistic approach to the assessment and treatment of patients with minor health problems and to prepare healthcare practitioners to provide evidence-based care in primary care, urgent care and first contact settings.

This module will enable students to develop a range of skills that reflect an individualised, empowering and holistic approach to patient health assessment, care management and treatment in a more advanced and autonomous clinical role.. Demonstrate evidence based practice in the care of a patient with a minor health problem, providing anticipatory guidance and educating patients in self care.

Is this course for me?

This module is for Healthcare professionals who should be working within a relevant clinical area such as A/E, WIC, Primary Care, Community, Urgent Care settings.The module will provide 20 credits towards the Enhanced Professional Practice Clinical Pathway. Healthcare professionals can also access it as a standalone module.

What will I learn?

The learning objectives of this module are:
1. The module will focus on specific assessment, interventions, patient management, health advice and health promotion of adults and children presenting with minor illness.

By the end of this module you will be able to:
1. Evaluate a structured approach to an assessment of a patient with a minor health problem.
2. Utilise evidence-based practice in the assessment and management of a patient with a minor health condition.
3. Demonstrate the ability to synthesise information in order to problem solve and effectively manage patients with a minor health condition.
4. Critically explore the limits and opportunities of the autonomous practitioner role and legal and professional issues relating to autonomous practice within minor health problems

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Study Dates

9, 23 January 2018

6, 20 February 2018

6, 20 March 2018

Course Director

Karen Blair

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Diabetes Care (Level 6)

 

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Nursing

Start Date

FEBRUARY 2018 TBC

Service Priority

Nursing

Duration

6 days

Level

6

Credits

20

Cost

£810

Course Description

Diabetes Mellitus is a long term condition with significant implications for morbidity and mortality which are reduced with good management. 

This module provides the experienced qualified nurse with the in-depth theoretical knowledge and clinical skills to competently assess, plan, implement and evaluate the specialised nursing care of patients undergoing treatment and stabilisation of diabetes, and of patients requiring support in the everyday management of their condition.

Students undertaking this module will develop a greater understanding of clinical contexts and be able to practice as competent and informed practitioners in diabetes care. At a local level there has been a demand for this module to be developed around local needs and issues affecting patients and clients.

Learning Objectives

This module focuses on the acquisition of research-based in-depth knowledge and clinical skills required for all aspects of diabetes nursing care.  In addition this module aims to develop practitioners skills in  evaluation, to  have the capacity to act as change agent, facilitating their self-awareness and effectiveness within the multidisciplinary team in a variety of clinical contexts

Learning Outcomes

To critically apply knowledge of physiology to the care of patients with diabetes. ( HWB2, HWB6 Level 3)

To demonstrate competence in nursing care related to physiological investigations and treatment. (HWB8 Level 3)

To examine critically and use research findings related to patients with diabetes. (IK2 Level 3)

To promote client autonomy and self-empowerment.(HWB4 Level 3)

To create and maintain an environment in which clients/carers are enabled to make informed choices.(HWB8 Level 3)

To discuss and teach clients, carers and team members concepts of health promotion, health education, prevention and health protection in relation to diabetes.( G1 Level 3 )

To be able to respond flexibly to changing situations and deliver effective interventions.  HWB5, HWB  Level 3)

To apply critical evaluation skills to own practice and to the practice of others involved in diabetes care.(HWB7 Level 3)

To be able to effectively manage others and demonstrate critical thinking and decision making skills. (G7 Level 3)

To be able to implement research findings in diabetes care and evaluate their effectiveness.(IK3 Level3)

How will I learn

Face to face learning

Study Dates

FEBRUARY 2018 - TBC

* Please be advised that course dates and timings may change

Course Director

Ann Owen  A.Owen@uea.ac.uk

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Understanding & Promoting Mental Health & Psychological Wellbeing for Non-Mental Health Specialists

 

Date:

Wednesday 29 November 2017, 9:30am - 4pm

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Nursing, Allied Health Professionals, Ambulance Service, Health and Social Care

Duration

1 day

Cost

£125

Course Description

This course will be of interest to those with little prior knowledge of mental illness and who wish to gain insight and understanding of:

  • Typical presentations of mentally unwell people;
  • The assessment of mental wellness and mental illness, including an understanding of diagnostic principles;
  • The biopsychosocial factors that contribute to both mental illness and the success of treatment and recovery;
  • Practical ways of supporting people with mental health difficulties;
  • The role of non-specialist staff as an advocate and referrer.

What will I learn?

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course delegates will have gained insight and understanding of the:

  • Assessment, categorisation and diagnosis of mental illness, including the use of assessment tools;
  • Biopsychosocial factors that contribute to mental illness;
  • Biopsychosocial factors that contribute to the success of treatment and recovery;
  • Practical ways of supporting people with mental health difficulties;
  • Importance of advocacy and referral to mental health services.

 

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Mentor Preparation Programme - (Unaccredited) Kings Lynn

 

Date:

Wednesday 22 November 2017 - Monday 22 January 2018

Location:

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn

Event Category:

Nursing, Midwifery, Ambulance Service, Operating Department

Start Date

20th November 2017

Service Priority

Mentorship & Clinical Education

Duration

3 Days and 4 Days for Midwifery Students

Cost

£300

Course Description

This module takes place over a 12 week period and is designed for those Registered Nurses and Midwives who, having graduated at degree level, do not wish to follow degree studies but are required to undertake an approved Mentorship Programme. Assessment is undertaken in practice by a qualified mentor and the portfolio is submitted to check the evidence is appropriate to meet the NMC requirements (NMC Standards to Support learning and assessment in practice 2008).
Students attend for an initial two days of learning to guide them in their studies and 0.5 day at the end. There is an expectation to use Blackboard for 2.5 days of study whilst undertaking the module.
It is essential whilst undertaking this module that the mentor preparation student supports a pre registration student in conjunction with a qualified mentor.

How will I learn?

Face to Face learning

Study Dates

Cohort 1 - 20th,27th November 2017 & 22nd January 2018

Cohort 2 - TBC

Cohort 3 - TBC

Midwives - TBC

*Please be advised that course dates and timings may change

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Minor Injuries for Practitioners (Level 6)

 

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Start Date

January 2018

Service Priority

Acute, Critical, Emergency and Urgent Care

Duration

6 days

Level

6

Credits

20

Cost

£810

Course Description

The aim of the module is to enable health care practitioners to develop a holistic approach to the assessment and treatment of patients with minor health problems and to prepare healthcare practitioners to provide evidence-based care in primary care, urgent care and first contact settings.

This module will enable students to develop a range of skills that reflect an individualised, empowering and holistic approach to patient health assessment, care management and treatment in a more advanced and autonomous clinical role..  Demonstrate evidence based practice in the care of a patient with a minor health problem, providing anticipatory guidance and educating patients in self care.

 

Is this course for me?

For health care professionals, whose practice involves the assessment and management of patients with minor injuries.   These professionals may include any health professional involved in the provision of urgent care, e.g. practice nurses, community nurses, nurses working in A & E departments/minor injury units, walk-in centres, Emergency Care Practitioners and paramedics.

What will I learn?

The learning objectives of this module are:

  1. The module will focus on specific assessment, interventions, patient management, health advice and health promotion of adults and children presenting with minor illness.

How will I learn?

Face to Face learning, workshops and seminars.

Study Dates

19 and 26 January 2018

9 and 23 February

9 & 23 March

*Please be advised that the course dates and timings may change

Course Director

Ann Owen  A.owen@uea.ac.uk  

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Minor Injuries for Advanced Practitioners (Level 7)

 

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Nursing, Allied Health Professionals, Ambulance Service

Start Date

January 2018

Service Priority

Acute, Critical, Emergency and Urgent Care

Duration

6 days

Level

7

Credits

20

Cost

£810

Course Description

This module has been designed to enable practitioners to provide comprehensive and competent care in managing minor injuries; this module will aim to provide health care professionals who are currently, or intend to, work with this group of patients, with the necessary knowledge and skills to assess and plan care.  A particular focus of this module is the emphasis placed on the skills of assessment, where health care professionals can diagnose a patient problem, with the minimum of cues and information.

 

Is this course for me?

For health care professionals, whose practice involves the assessment and management of patients with minor injuries.   These professionals may include any health professional involved in the provision of urgent care, e.g. practice nurses, community nurses, nurses working in A & E departments/minor injury units, walk-in centres, Emergency Care Practitioners and paramedics.

What will I learn?

By the end of the module the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate comprehensive physical assessment of relevant body systems e.g. musculoskeletal, neurological
2. Develop a critical and empathic understanding of the psychosocial and cultural factors affecting patient presentation with minor injuries
3. Demonstrate a deep level knowledge of the principles of assessment, recognition of red flags  and consideration of the differential diagnosis in planning care of patients with minor injury
4. Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of multiple pathologies in patients presenting with minor injuries
5. Demonstrate critical appreciation of safe prescribing conventions and the supply of medicines including the pharmacology of any medications that the student may be able to supply
6. Demonstrate critical awareness of ethical and legal issues that may impact on practice
7. Demonstrate the ability to communicate and negotiate effectively to empower the patient in the management of an episode of care, this will encompass enhanced consultation skills and development of a therapeutic relationship ( history taking, negotiation, planning & safety netting are implicit to the consultation)
8. Demonstrate advanced clinical and decision making skills in managing patients presenting with minor injury
9. Demonstrate effective collaboration with other health professionals and other agencies, making appropriate patient referrals whilst acknowledging limitations to service provision.
10. Critically evaluate current research and evidence in relation to managing minor injury presentations and apply to practice.

How will I learn?

Face to Face learning

Study Dates

19 and 26 January 2018

9 and 23 February

9 & 23 March

*Please be advised that the course dates and timings may change

Course Director

Ann Owen  A.owen@uea.ac.uk

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Supporting People Living with Long-Term Neurological Conditions

 

Date:

Monday 27 November 2017, 9:30am - 4pm

Location:

University of East Anglia, Norwich

Event Category:

Long-term conditions, Palliative and End of Life Care, Stroke, Aquired Brain Injury and Neuro, Allied Health Professionals, Health and Social Care

Cost

£125.00

Duration

1 day

Credits

Unaccredited Short Course

Course Description

This short course will explore key areas of consideration when supporting someone living with a long-term neurological condition. The course will be presented in a ‘day in the life’ format to enhance practical application and transference into clinical practice.  


Delegates will be taken through a day in the life of someone living with a long-term condition and supported to explore, and practice where appropriate, key considerations and factors important to helping someone live well with a long-term condition.

Is this course for me?

The short course is ideal for those working in a care worker, health care assistant, or therapy assistant role and may also be of benefit to qualified staff who are new to this clinical area or returning to practice.

What will I learn?

Participants will be able to:

- Explain some of the common long-term neurological conditions and how they might affect individuals.

- Identify their responsibilities in working with people who have a long-term neurological condition.

- Identify best practice in working with people who have a long-term neurological condition.

- Carry out individualised care that encompasses the key areas included within the study day.

- Equip colleagues to work within the guidance using the resource folder provided.

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Course Leaders

Steve Smith steve.smith@uea.ac.uk

Charmaine Chandler charmaine.chandler@uea.ac.uk

 

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Enhancing Nutrition and Hydration

 

Date:

Wednesday 22 November 2017, 9:30am - 4pm

Event Category:

Nursing, Health and Social Care

Cost

£125.00

Duration

One day

Credits

Unaccredited short course

Course Description

This short course aims to provide an opportunity to explore the wide-ranging changes in physiological function leading to increased risk of malnutrition and dehydration, responsibilities in screening and assessment for these conditions, together with a practical content exploring ways of supporting people with physical and cognitive problems to eat and drink well.

Hydration and nutrition are key features of almost every national and local health and care campaign. Without adequate intake of fluids and food healthy body function is unattainable at any level, resulting in increased risk of morbidity, hospital admission and mortality.  

Older people, some of whom may be living with dementia or other physical and mental health problems, are especially at risk of dehydration and malnutrition. Physiological changes, multi-morbidity and diminishing physical and cognitive abilities all contribute to poor nutrition and hydration.

What will I learn?

You will improve your awareness of general nutritional principles and practical tips that can improve well-being by exploring: 
- How dementia and mental health factors can impact on nutritional well-being.
- Dehydration and nutritional assessment.
- Consequences of malnutrition and dehydration. 
- Practical work: hands-on evaluation of nutritional screening tools and assessments of hydration.
- Common blood tests.
- Case studies to check your learning.
- Ways of embedding nutritional and hydration screening into routine practice to enhance patient care.

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Course Leaders

Laura Ginesi l.ginesi@uea.ac.uk

Diane Bunn d.bunn@uea.ac.uk

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MSK Masterclass - Anatomy & Physiology

 

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Nursing, Medicine, Allied Health Professionals

Start Date

February 2018

Service Priority

Advanced Practice

Duration

1 Day

Cost

£258

Course Description

Expert medical and scientific researchers will explain the links between structure and function of musculoskeletal tissues in health and disease, highlighting evidence based approaches to the management of common conditions such as osteoarthritis, tendinopathy and osteoporosis.

Is this course for me?

This workshop is for nurses, doctors or allied health professionals, who aim to improve their understanding of the musculoskeletal system in health and disease, for better management of people with musculoskeletal conditions.

What will I learn?

Anatomy - analyse functional anatomy of the lower limbs and upper limbs relevant to common pain syndromes and pathology, through observation  and discussion of cadaveric specimens presented in the anatomy laboratory
Physiology - identify the structure and function of healthy cartilage, tendon and bone and understand the consequences of disease or injury to cartilage, tendon and bone structure and function.

Study Date

February 2018

Course Director

Jo Geere  Jo.Geere@uea.ac.uk


Developing Mindfulness and Resilience for Effective Leadership

 

Date:

Wednesday 1 November 2017, 11am - 4pm

Location:

University of East Anglia, Norwich

Event Category:

Leadership, Innovation and Service Improvement

Cost

£95.00

Credits

Unaccredited Short Course

Is this Course for me?

This course will be of interest to those who wish to explore their response to work based stressors and how this impacts on their performance and those that they lead and manage. The ability to be present and purposeful can have a positive role in managing stress and promote personal and professional effectiveness. Through self analysis, self monitoring and mindfulness, the day looks at ways to build emotional resilience, mental flexibility and tolerance of self and others. 

 

What will I learn?

By the end of the training, delegates will have gained insight and understanding of:
- Working with stress and emotion
- Increasing self-awareness regarding stressor and habitual responses
- Gaining experience with mindfulness and stress reduction strategies
- Emotional resilience and personal capacity building 
- Developing an individualised action plan to become a more mindful, effective leader

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Course Directors

Paul Linsley p.linsley@uea.ac.uk

Laura Ginesi l.ginesi@uea.ac.uk

 

 

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Professional Midwifery Advocate Bridging Course

 

Date:

Wednesday 22 November 2017 - Thursday 11 January 2018

Location:

Edith Cavell Building, UEA

Event Category:

Leadership, Innovation and Service Improvement, Maternity, Newborn and Children’s Health, Midwifery

Cost

£350

Duration

Four days

Credits

Unaccredited short course

What will I Learn?

This course will introduce and explore the requirements of A-Equip which is a National model of clinical midwifery supervision developed by NHS England.

This is a non-credit bearing course. A certificate of successful completion will be awarded following demonstration of the required competencies. All four days must be attended. Assessment will be by electronically submitted portfolio and simulated restorative supervision session which will be pass/fail.

Professional Midwifery Advocates will support midwifery colleagues through restorative clinical supervision. They will support reflection around personal professional development and encourage quality improvement. They will develop the advocacy role of the midwife for the benefit of women and their families. PMAs will contribute to the Quality Agenda of maternity services.

How will I learn?

Face to face learning over four study days by a variety of methods including facilitated discussions drawing on experiences as a Supervisor of Midwives, case studies, scenarios, group work, structured presentations, and reflection.

Study Dates

22 November, 29 November, and 7 December 2017, 11 January 2018.

Course Fee

The course fee of £350.00 includes refreshments and lunch on each course date. A residential option is also available at a fee of £500.00 and includes accommodation the night before each study day (four days in total) at Broadview Lodge on the UEA campus.

Course Directors

Helen Meehan h.meehan@uea.ac.uk and Deborah Caine d.caine@uea.ac.uk

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Newborn and Infant Physical Examination Update

 

Date:

Wednesday 15 November 2017, 10am - 4pm

Location:

Edith Cavell Building, University of East Anglia

Event Category:

Maternity, Newborn and Children’s Health, Midwifery

Cost

£125.00

Duration

1 Day

Credits

Unaccredited Short Course

Is this course for me?

This course is tailored for midwives who have completed the Newborn Infant Physical Examination UK National Screening competencies and wish to review and refresh skills. The opportunity to update knowledge and skills will be the main objective for this day. Workshop activities and simulated practice will be incorporated.

What will I learn?

Aims

  • To refresh and develop existing knowledge and skills required to examine the newborn
  • To consider areas for future development to enhance own practice

Learning Outcomes

  • To discuss and review the principles of examining the newborn
  • To undertake simulated skills to exam the newborn
  • To refresh and update knowledge and skills in relation to examining the newborn

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Course Director

Kirsty Tweedie k.tweedie@uea.ac.uk

 

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Supervision in the Workplace

 

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Nursing, Medicine, Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals, Ambulance Service, Operating Department, Health and Social Care

Service Priority

Leadership, Service Improvement and Innovation

Duration

1 Day

Level

Unaccredited Short Course

Cost

£125

Course Description

Course content Includes:

  • Giving and receiving supervision in the workplace
  • Definitions of mentoring, management and supervision of students and staff
  • What is supervision
  • Difficult conversations and giving feedback
  • Asking questions and identifying how to use questions in supervision
  • Assertiveness skills and techniques
  • Action planning for follow up after the study day.

What will I learn?

  • Describe the difference between mentoring and superivision
  • Articulate the importance of effective supervision and performance management to meet QIPP outcomes
  • Discuss features of good and poor supervision
  • Identify their own strengths and weaknesses as a supervisor
  • Identify ways to manage difficult conversations
  • Formulate a learning contract for developing skills as a supervisor

How will I learn?

Face to face learning

Course Director

Debbie Harrison

 

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Diagnostic Interpretation (Level 7)

 

Date:

Wednesday 11 October 2017

Location:

University of East Anglia, Norwich

Event Category:

Advanced Practice

Duration

11 Days

Level

7

Credits

20

Cost

£810

Is this course for me?

Students must have completed Ionising radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations (IR(ME)R) training. Students should be working in an advanced practitioner role or working towards an advanced practitioner role. This module is suitable for those students who are currently working towards an Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) role for credentialing. Students must be registered with either the NMC or HCPC and currently working in a health care setting.

Module Description

This module is designed for health professionals who use diagnostic tests in their current role, including diagnostic and therapeutic radiographers, physiotherapists, nurses, and advanced nurse practitioners. The module allows you to develop and apply skills to recognise normal and abnormal appearances of diagnostic imaging, have the ability to interpret laboratory investigations. By the end you will be able to synthesise clinical information commonly seen in health care settings with radiographic appearances, enabling you to describe the radiographic appearances in a written format.

What will I learn?

The learning objectives of this module are to:
1. To cover the principles of radiation, radiography, ultrasonography and emerging imaging techniques including magnetic resonance imaging and computer aided tomography.
2. Develop and apply skills to recognise normal and abnormal appearances of radiographic images. By the end you will be able to synthesise clinical information commonly seen in acute and emergency care, enabling you to describe the radiographic appearances in a structured format
3. Develop the skills of E.C.G interpretation
4. Develop the skills of laboratory medicine

The learning outcomes of this module are to:

1. Develop theoretical and practical knowledge of the radiographic diagnostic techniques employed in clinical practice and the significance of the relevant health and safety implications.
2. Make evaluative judgements on the technical outcomes from imaging procedures and report the findings accordingly
3. Reflect upon and make informed decisions about clinical practices consistent with accepted protocols and individual patient's needs
4. To have knowledge of what a medical image is and how does one type of image differ from another
5. To have the skills and knowledge to help diagnose and treat illness by interpreting medical images
6. To be able to interpret E.C.G’s
7. To understand tests of sensitivity, specificity, positive and negative results
8. To be able to interpret laboratory results

How will I learn?

Face-to-face learning

Study Dates

Lectures

11 October, 1, 2, 29 November, 6, 13 December 2017

Independent Study

18, 25 October, 15, 22 November 2017

OSCE

24 January 2018

Course Director

Janice Mooney j.mooney@uea.ac.uk

 

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Advanced Communication Skills Training

 

Date:

Monday 20 November 2017 - Tuesday 21 November 2017

Location:

Queens Building, University of East Anglia

Event Category:

Nursing, Medicine, Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals

Service Priority

Leadership, Innovation & Service Improvement

Duration

2 Days

Cost

£350

This is a two day course which has been developed by a group of leading communication researchers and trainers in association with the Department of Health, and is aimed at senior healthcare professionals wishing to enhance their clinical communication skills, offering the equivalent of 15 hours of CPD points.

What will I learn?

  • Breaking bad news
  • Managing anger and stress
  • Advanced care planning and end of life conversations including DNACPR
  • Improving communication with colleagues

How will I learn?

Face to face learning

Study Dates

3 & 4 October 2017

Course Director

Sandra Winterburn s.winterburn@uea.ac.uk

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Practice Educator Day One & Two

 

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Allied Health Professionals

Start Date 2017/8

September October November January April May June

Service Priority

Mentorship & Clinical Education

Duration

1 Day

Course Description

A two day multi professional course; to prepare Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech and Language Therapists for educating students on placement.  Hosted at the University of East Anglia and Cambridgeshire.

Is this course for me?

Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists educating students on placement

How will I learn?

Day 1 – Introduction to practice education
Interim – Undertaking practice education with your student

Day 2 – Reflecting on the experience

How will I learn?

Face to Face learning

Dates

Day One

26th September 2017 , 26th October 2017, 31st January, 5th April and 29th May 2018

Day Two

16th November 2017, 10th May and 26th June 2018

Course Director

Jane Hibberd  J.Hibberd@uea.ac.uk

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Practice Educator - Day 2

 

Date:

Thursday 16 November 2017, 9am - 4pm

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Allied Health Professionals

Start Date

16th NOVEMBER 2017

Service Priority

Mentorship and Clinical Education

Duration

Day 1

Course Description - Thursday 16th NOVEMBER 2017 

A two day multi professional course; to prepare Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists for educating students on placement.  Hosted at the University of East Anglia and Cambridgeshire.

Is this course for me?

Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists educating students on placement.

What will I learn?

Day 2 – Reflecting on the experience

How will I learn?

Face to Face learning

Course Director

Jane Hibberd  J.Hibberd@uea.ac.uk

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Practice Educator - Day 1

 

Date:

Thursday 26 October 2017, 9am - 4pm

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Allied Health Professionals

Start Date

26th October 2017

Service priority

Mentorship & Clinical Education

Duration

1 Day

Course Description - Thursday 26th October 2017

A two day multi professional course; to prepare Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists and Operating Department Practitioners for educating students on placement.  Hosted at the University of East Anglia and Cambridgeshire.

Is this course for me?

Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech and Language Therapists educating students on placement.

What will I Learn?

Day 1 – Introduction to practice education
Interim – Undertaking practice education with your student

How will I learn?

Face to Face learning

Course Director

Jane Hibberd  J.Hibberd@uea.ac.uk

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