Could you help change peoples lives?
As the number of people living with diabetes continues to grow, it's more important than ever to ensure that you have the skills you need to provide the best possible care.
At WMS, our diabetes courses are designed to help you do exactly that. With courses aimed at both primary and secondary care, we can help you build up the knowledge and experience you need to transform the care you provide and improve the lives of your patients. WMS is well-known for its postgraduate programmes in diabetes, with academics researching this very important and topical area.As part of a world-leading university, our research is cutting-edge making an impact on patients' lives and health.
Our courses are led by experts who are currently working in the field and who understand, and are addressing, the challenges healthcare professionals face on a daily basis. Learn the latest concepts in diabetes care and dicuss current issues as you discover how a diabetes course at WMS could transform your career and your patients' lives.
Diabetes Courses at WMS
The diabetes courses at WMS give GPs, hospital doctors, specialist nurses and other health professionals the necessary knowledge and skills to provide high quality care to people with diabetes.
Our courses are designed to fit around your clinical practice, with a flexible, modular structure. Many are available to study online, and some are even available in your local area through our advanced leaders programme.
- Diabetes MSc/PGDip/PGCert
- Diabetes (Paediatrics) MSc/PGDip/PGCert
- Applied Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Diabetes Care
- Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Therapy: Principles and Practice
- Diabetes in Pregnancy
- Management of Diabetes in Adolescence
- Other Forms of Diabetes (from Genetics to Obesity)
- Certificate in Diabetes Care (CIDC) - designed for primary care staff
- Management of Diabetes in Hospital Clinical Areas - designed for secondary care staff
- Optimising Glycaemic Control
- Advanced Leaders Programme
- Pre-Diabetes Care Master Class
- Psycho-social Management of Children and Young People with Diabetes
- Type 1 Diabetes in Children
New NICE Guidelines: Good, Bad or Ugly?
We aren't afraid to ask the difficult questions. In our recent webinar, Dr Stephen Lawrence discussed the potential impact of the new NICE guidelines in primary care, debating the pros and cons of the guidelines and the controversies surrounding them.