There are 6 teaching days spread out over approximately 3-4 months. The course is usually scheduled in blocks of 2 consecutive teaching days.
Teaching is delivered by the Module Organiser with support from department colleagues and local clinicians.
A blended learning approach is proposed to include didactic teaching, use of online resources, video materials, specialist practitioners, third sector representation for signposting, problem-based learning, self-practice/self-reflection, role-play, group activities and quizzes to consolidate knowledge.
Context of Chronic Disease Management
Assessment and Shared Understanding
Adapting Low Intensity Interventions
Low Intensity Interventions delivered using a group approach
Understanding more about the following conditions and considerations for working with them:
- Type 1 and Type II Diabetes
- Coronary Heart Disease
- Cancer with a positive prognosis
- Persistent Physical Symptoms (also known as Medically Unexplained Symptoms)