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Integrated Approaches to Urgent Care across Community Settings


Course Description

This course supports community practitioners in developing expertise in assessing, treating and managing people in the community who present with complex needs.

Our course is designed to foster the development of your intellectual/cognitive skills. The close alignment of our teaching, learning and assessment methods foster engagement with others in practice and education settings, in order to share ideas and develop critical, analytical and reflective skills.

You will be encouraged to challenge current thinking and practice. Seminars and group work will provide forums for you to articulate thoughts, feelings and beliefs, and develop skills in constructing intellectual concepts for debate.

Our course will draw on the expertise of a range of NHS and academic professionals, and is supported by the Faculty of Health and Social Care. The course will also draw upon research conducted at the University of Chester that analyses the numbers and needs of people who arrive at accident and emergency departments.

Visit the Integrated Approaches to Urgent Care across Community Settings page on the University of Chester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You will need to be a healthcare or social care qualified professional. Applicants will need to possess either a relevant Level 6 qualification or apply for Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL). APEL applications will be supported by our own APEL tutor.

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