More than 3 million people in the UK are known to have diabetes and there are an estimated 850,000 people in the UK who have diabetes but do not know it. Over three-quarters of people with diabetes have type 2 diabetes. There has never been a more critical time to ensure the healthcare workforce are skilled to deal with this growing epidemic.
What if you could play a pivotal role in providing diabetes care that makes a real difference to patients and helps to tackle the rising costs in the NHS?
At Warwick Medical School we want to celebrate this 70th year of the NHS. The NHS has had a significant impact on health in the UK and we would like to make our own contribution towards tackling one of the biggest challenges we currently face – diabetes. So for this academic year (2018/19) we would like to offer all NHS employees a 25% bursary to undertake some of our diabetes courses, and a 50% bursary for those working in the West Midlands.
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To mark the 70th anniversary of the NHS, this academic year (2018/19) we would like to offer all NHS employees a 25% bursary to undertake the following courses:
- Certificate in Diabetes Care (CIDC)
- Optimising Glycaemic Control
- Advanced Leaders Programme
- Management of Diabetes in Hospital Clinical Areas
These courses will give you the skills to influence diabetes care at the patient level and enhance your own services to tackle this growing challenge. Given that the West Midlands has the highest regional diabetes prevalence in the UK we are offering a 50% bursary for those working in this region that we call home. To take us up on this offer please contact our course team.
We can help your organisation meet its diabetes education and training requirements by providing high-quality courses offered at discounted prices when booking for groups (for example for staff working for clinical commissioning groups, health organisations and government bodies).
|Diabetes MSc/PGDip/PGCert||Masters Programme||Postgraduate||1 year full-time
1-3 years part-time
|Diabetes (Paediatrics) MSc/PGDip/PGCert (not currently recruiting)||Masters Programme||Postgraduate||1 year full-time
1-3 years part-time
|Certificate in Diabetes Care (CIDC) for primary care staff, a similar course is offered for secondary care staff (Management of Diabetes in hospital and clinical areas)||Accredited Course||Professional Development||9 months (5 days attendance + project time)
9 months Online Learning
|Management of Diabetes in Hospital Clinical Areasfor secondary care staff||Accredited Course||Professional Development||9 months Online Learning|
|Optimising Glycaemic Control||Accredited Course||Professional Development||9 months online learning, or delivered in your area by Advanced Leaders|
|Advanced Leaders Programme||Short Course||Professional Development||2 days attendance|
|Applied Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Diabetes Care||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|
|Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Therapy: Principles and Practice||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|
|Diabetes in Pregnancy||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|
|Management of Diabetes in Adolescence||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|
|Other Forms of Diabetes (from Genetics to Obesity)||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|
|Psycho-social Management of Children and Young People with Diabetes||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|
|Type 1 Diabetes in Children||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|
|Pre-Diabetes Care Professional Development Course||One Day Professional Development Course||Professional Development||1 days attendance|
|Advancing diabetes care: Evidence into practice||Online module||Postgraduate||12 weeks (part time)|
|Diabetes management in practice (clinical observation)||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||16 weeks (part time)|
|Preventing diabetes complications: An evidence based approach||Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||4 days attendance|