Advancing Skills in Case Management
Carlisle - Fusehill Street, Lancaster
Mode of study:
Module delivery dates
This module is running in Lancaster with the following attendance dates: 20 March, 27 March, 10 April and 17 April 2013.
Why study with us?
This module aims to advance the skills and develop the confidence of practitioners who are actively involved in case management.
NHS Funded Trust Employees only:
After you have decided which module you would like to study, you will need to check that you meet the entry criteria. If this module is to be funded by your employing Trust, the next step is to contact the CPD lead (training manager) at your Trust. They will then ask you to complete the CPD-Apply application. Once this has been authorised by your trust, the University will contact you with further information.
If you intend to fund this by other means, please follow the University’s ‘apply now’ link on the left hand side of this page.
Resources and facilities
We are amongst the UK’s leading health and social care faculties and are proud of the high level of support we are able to offer to our students. We provide a wide range of high-quality courses supported by expert academic and clinical practice staff. If you join us you will enjoy great facilities and learn alongside caring, committed and experienced professionals. Our employment record is excellent.
NMLB 7079 Advancing Skills in Case Management (20 credits at level 7)
Intended Learning Outcomes
On completion of the module you will be able to:
Critically evaluate and apply contemporary health and social policy in relation to the management of long-term conditions and advanced skills in case management
Critically examine the concept of case management and apply predictive tools to enable decision-making in complex and unpredictable practice situations
Demonstrate a critical awareness and detailed knowledge and critical understanding of the concept of collaborative working as applied to case management
Display a mastery of the critical application of behaviour change models in the complex management of patients with complex and long term needs
Synthesise personal and work place reflection in order to demonstrate a critical awareness of case management and how your practice has evolved through study on this module
Indicative Core Bibliography
Corben, S., Rosen, R. (2005) Self management for long term conditions. Patient’s perspectives on the way ahead. London: King’s Fund.
Department of Health (2005) The National Service Framework for Long Term Conditions. London: Department of Health.
Department of Health (2006) PARR 1 and PARR2. A brief guide. London: Department of Health.
Earle, S., Earle, S, Denny, E (2009) The Sociology of Long Term Conditions and Nursing Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Hutt, R., Rosen, R & McCauley, J. (2004) Case-managing Long Term Conditions. What impact does it have in the treatment of older people?. London: Kings Fund.
Presho, M. (2008) Managing long term conditions: a social model for community practice. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell
Models of case management and policy drivers, case finding and predictive tools, impact of long term conditions, self-managed care, integrated working, legal, professional and ethical issues, anticipatory care, disease management, polypharmacy, organisation and management, behavioural change models.
Prior successful study at underpinning level
More about levels and credits
Credit and UCAS requirements
Credit: 20 credits
To be eligible to study this module you should be able to apply it to your practice.