This module aims to expose students to management of diabetes in a range of areas within the UK health service and requires them to critically reflect upon diabetes management and the application of theory to practice.
The course will encourage students to:
- identify individual learning objectives for clinical observations and critically evaluate own personal learning outcomes.
- critically analyse current research evidence and provide evidence based appraisal of observed practice.
- critically reflect on personal learning and the need to develop practice skills, and show a critical awareness of their application to the clinical environment.
- critically analyse and discuss how theoretical concepts are adapted and applied to clinical practice in the management of people living with diabetes.
- justify anticipated clinical outcomes in relation to the clinical management plan for a patient with diabetes and other co- morbidities.
- evaluate the key theoretical concepts related to the use of current technology in the administration of insulin.
Before completing the course, you will undertake our Induction and Professional Development module, introducing you to all the underpinning regulations, guidance and support available to you during your postgraduate study.
Tel: 02476 150674
Duration: 16 weeks (part time)
Attendance: On site and in clinic
4,000 word critical reflection based on one external/observation visit and one specific aspect of diabetes care / management.