Module Holistic Assessment of the Complex Patient with Long Term Conditions (Level 6)

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Duration Part-time, Single Module
Start date January 2020
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To develop detailed knowledge and understanding in the holistic assessment of patients who have complex health needs in relation to long term conditions

This module will aid in the care of patients with multiple long term conditions by increasing awareness and knowledge of the learner enabling a holistic approach to be used.

The running of this module is dependent on there being sufficient numbers of interest.

Study options

This course is also available at level 7

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Students who successfully complete this module can use the 20 credits earned from this course and put them towards a postgraduate or CPD course.

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