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Palliative Care in Long Term Conditions


Jan Cooper

Duration: 5 days

4,000 word written assignment

CATS: 20


A multidisciplinary that will be of interest to those wishing to gain a greater depth of understanding of palliative care in long-term conditions
Particularly GPs, specialists in palliative medicine, trainees in medical specialities, community nurses, clinical nurse specialists in palliative care, hospice clinical staff and any other health professionals with an interest in learning about this important area
  • Lectures, guided reading, structured debate, simulation and group exercise will support your learning throughout this module. There will be opportunities for you to draw on your own experience, and apply this during the course
  • You will be able to choose a topic from a selection provided or select a relevant topic of your choice with the prior agreement of the module leader

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    Other options
    • MSc route: Available on the MSc Health Sciences (Palliative Care); or on other MSc Health Sciences programmes
    • Not sure an MSc is for you? Take this module as a non-accredited course or a Postgraduate Award. Contact us (claire dot runaghan at warwick dot ac dot uk) for more information
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