University Advanced Diploma Emergency Care: Practice Development

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Duration Part-time, 1 Year
Start date January 2024, April 2024, September 2024
Entry Requirements Programme specification (PDF)
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For the UAD: Emergency Care: Practice Development, you will be required to undertake the following core modules:

  1. Consultation and Physical Examination: Health Assessment Skills (20 credits)
  2. Care of Minor illness and Minor injuries (20 credits)
  3. Management of Acute Illness and Major trauma (20 credits).

The Consultation and Physical examination skills module run over 2 semesters and is taught by distance learning. The Consultation and Physical examination skills module requires you to be deemed competent in the physical examinations and you will need to have access to a relevant clinical area in order to practise and achieve these competencies.

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The modules on this course will give you broad and varied knowledge of emergency care and will help the learner practice within a variety of settings such as primary care,
pre-hospital and emergency care. This course gives you the necessary skills to deal with the continual changes to practice in the evolving fields of primary, pre-hospital and emergency care.

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