We are making some exciting changes to the PGCert/PGDip to increase the choice of modules. As soon as the changes are approved we will update this page.
This programme is dedicated to healthcare professionals who specialise in diabetes. It aims to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to provide high quality care for your patients.
The flexible, modular structure allows you to study over a period suited to your own professional needs and circumstances.
Taught by experts in diabetes from Warwick Medical School, this is an interactive programme where you will learn through seminars, group work and individual study.
Part Time Structure:
|Year 1 (Postgraduate Certificate*): Take Three Core Modules|
|Postgraduate Induction and Your Professional Development||5||Core|
|PC929 Applied pharmacology and therapeutics in diabetes care||20||Core|
|Advancing diabetes care: Evidence into practice||20||Core|
|Preventing diabetes complications: an evidence based approach||20||Core|
|Year 2 (Postgraduate Diploma*): Take Two Core Modules and One Optional Core Module|
|MH907 Diabetes in Pregnancy||20||Core|
|MH909 Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Therapy: Principles and Practice
Please note: This module will not be running beyond this 19/20 academic year. We will update this page soon with the new module.
|MH923 Understanding Research and Critical Appraisal in Health Care||20||Optional Core|
|MD915 Understanding Research and Critical Appraisal in Health Care (Distance Learning)||20||Optional Core|
*We are making some exciting changes to the PGCert/PGDip to increase the choice of modules. As soon as the changes are approved we will update this page.
English language requirements: Band A with specific component scores of 6.5 in reading and writing.
This is an interactive programme. You will learn through lectures and seminars, practical group work and guided reading. You will benefit from guided discussions and have the opportunity to practice the skills you have learnt during the sessions. Modules are organised in blocks of intensive study lasting either four or five days at a time.