This is a highly practical programme taught by a team of academic specialists, with actors and directors from the industry on a dedicated arts campus in Carlisle.
The aim of this module is to examine the application of Action Learning in the workplace, in particular its role in health and social care organisations.
Action Research is a fully online module that will offer you the opportunity to gain masters level credits based on the INSET courses you do as part of your continuing professional development (CPD).
This module aims to enhance your knowledge and skills in managing acutely / critically ill adults.
Develop advanced knowledge of the principles underpinning the care of adults experiencing acute and critical illness.
The module will enhance your ability to recognise and manage the health care needs of acutely ill adults.
The aim of this module is to explore contemporary issues underpinning the development of specialist knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the acutely ill adult.
The aim of this module is to develop in-depth knowledge of the principles underpinning the care of adults experiencing acute and critical illness including acute exacerbation of long term conditions.
To develop enhanced knowledge to meet the needs of the patient experiencing acute pain
The module aims to develop the student's understanding of the effects of acute stroke on the function of key body systems, enabling them to respond to the needs of individuals in the acute stages of a stroke.
To explore the contemporary perspectives of acute stroke management.
This module will enhance the ability of health care providers to recognise and manage the health care needs of acutely ill children.