Warwick Medical School offers a range of professional and CPD programmes in a range of specialist areas. In addition, many of our masters-level modules are available as Postgraduate Awards.
This one day workshop provides those implementing NHS screening programmes with the tools to implement and assess those programmes, as well as addressing the key questions in the field.
This module is designed to give healthcare workers involved in the care of women with diabetes mellitus who are pregnant or planning pregnancy or who develop diabetes during pregnancy, the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to provide high quality care as outlined in the National Service Framework.
The Diploma in Improving Diabetes Care (IDC) course, previously known as the Certificate in Diabetes Care (CIDC) course, is the UK’s leading foundation course in diabetes care.
You already work with patients to help manage type 2 diabetes, what if there was a professional development course that took you that one step further?
This professional development course will demonstrate the ways effective digital communications can help improve outcomes for patients with long term conditions.
Currently in the United Kingdom there is no standardised training in infant mental health for front line professionals who work with babies/children and their families. Infant Mental Health Online (IMHOL) is designed to address this need.
The PIIOS is a validated, easy to use tool, designed with the front line practitioner in mind to assess parent-infant interaction between 2-7 months. The PIIOS has been developed to meet the need for a short, easily accessible screening tool to assess parental attunement for professionals such as health visitors, midwives, nursery nurses, social workers and psychologists.
This one day course covers the essential information to enable GPs, GP trainees and dermatology nurse practitioners to update their knowledge and management of dermatological conditions they typically encounter in primary care.
Our one day course is designed to equip healthcare assistants and nurses working general practice with the skills and knowledge to help prevent diabetes.
The Coventry and Warwickshire Diabetes Education Club is a community education club instigated by staff at Warwick Medical School with a view to primarily building relationships between healthcare professionals and secondary care across Coventry and Warwickshire.
This two-day course provides advanced training in ethics for experienced members of clinical ethics committees (professionals from any background or speciality and lay members) and practising clinicians who would like to enhance their knowledge, and practical application, of ethics in the clinical environment.
An online course to provide qualified healthcare professionals who regularly conduct diabetes clinics and reviews to develop the knowledge and understanding to help their patients achieve optimal glycaemic control using a range of therapies including insulin and GLP-1 receptor agonists.
Around 10% of all hospital beds in England are occupied by someone with Diabetes. Does your Trust provide high quality care to people with Diabetes Mellitus?
The Advanced Leaders Programme trains healthcare professionals with established expertise in diabetes to facilitate and teach the University of Warwick assessed and accredited courses in their local district.
This day-long course offers participants an opportunity to develop their understanding of a range of important and complex ethical issues that they may encounter within transplantation.
This two-day course provides a comprehensive introduction to clinical ethics for new and potential members of clinical ethics committees – professionals from any background or speciality, and lay members.