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    Learning for Health and Social Care Professionals
    Learning for Health and Social Care Professionals

    This module is designed for health and social care professionals to explore educational theory and the inter-relationship between theory and practice. The module will focus on the concepts of adult and continuing education in order to enhance health and social care practitioners’ learning and teaching skills for their roles as facilitators of learning and mentors.

    Introduction to Teenage/Young Adult Cancer Care 378 CPD
    Introduction to Teenage/Young Adult Cancer Care 378 CPD

    This undergraduate level module is delivered through blended learning, meaning that students spend 4 days in the same classroom which is complemented by additional online learning activity by way of tutorials and group support. The module aims to provide theoretical knowledge for people working with teenagers and young adults with cancer. The module is designed to enhance students’ knowledge on caring for teenagers and young adults with cancer. Additional Benefits: this module has been developed with leading experts in the field many of whom deliver teaching on the module.

    Pain Management
    Pain Management

    This module is designed for healthcare professionals working with people in pain. The module is suitable for practitioners from different clinical and medical professional backgrounds. Students will be able to acquire valuable skills for effective pain management in order to become competent practitioners who can meet the bio-psychological needs of patients in pain.

    The Principles of Neuro-Rehabilitation
    The Principles of Neuro-Rehabilitation

    This module is designed to provide students with the opportunity to evaluate the contemporary process of neurological rehabilitation and apply theoretical knowledge to their own practice. Students will have the chance to gain an in-depth understanding of a range of rehabilitation theories and the provision of rehabilitation services. The relationships between patient, therapist and organisations will also be considered.

    Perioperative Recovery
    Perioperative Recovery

    This module gives students the opportunity to develop their knowledge of post anaesthetic care and enhance their skills of analysing key concepts of care following anaesthesia.

    CII R01 - Financial Services, Regulation and Ethics | Finance | CPD | Coventry University
    CII R01 - Financial Services, Regulation and Ethics | Finance | CPD | Coventry University

    This module is one of a series of modules offered by the Chartered Institute of Insurance (CII) and forms part of the Level 4 CII Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning - http://www.cii.co.uk/qualifications/diploma-in-regulated-financial-planning-qualification/ This R01 module – Financial Services, Regulation and Ethics – gives information about the financial services industry including overviews of financial products, financial regulation and how to advise people about financial matters incorporating industry ethics and professional standards.  People who pass this qualification may be able to offer advice under supervision while they work towards the Diploma.  The Diploma is offered by a number of educational institutions in the UK 

    Collaborative Theatre Making MA | Coventry University
    Collaborative Theatre Making MA | Coventry University

    The Collaborative Theatre Making MA degree provides a unique opportunity to develop collaborative theatre making skills relevant to professional level contemporary theatre across Europe, Australia, North America and Asia.

    This module aims to provide students with an understanding of the scope and nature of multidisciplinary public health in order to increase awareness towards the ways of enhancing the health of populations. The module covers a range of theories and their applications to contemporary public health practice. Furthermore, throughout the module students will be introduced to the issues surrounding health needs and public health priorities.

    Global Financial Services MBA | 2018/19
    Global Financial Services MBA | 2018/19

    From the heart of London’s exciting financial district, get ready to take your place in the increasingly fast-moving, complex and exciting world of international financial services.

    Non-Medical Prescribing (Masters) 1
    Non-Medical Prescribing (Masters) 1

    This module aims to prepare independent non-medical prescribers for their roles and responsibilities within the field of non-medical prescribing. This is the first of two modules that focuses on the theoretical elements which underpins the practice of prescribing. The second module (M42CPD) builds on this theory to explore the practice of prescribing. These masters level module adhere to professional body requirements for prescribing courses (NMC, 2006: HCPC, 2013)

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