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Professional Certificate Management of Age-Related Bone & Joint Disorders


Course Description

The Prof Cert Management of Age Related Bone & Joint Disorders is aimed at advancing the health care professionals repertoire of knowledge and skills for professional practice in the care and management of Age-Related Bone & Joint Disorders.
The Prof Cert Management of Age Related Bone & Joint Disorders course aims to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills required for primary and secondary disease prevention; effective treatment of symptoms; secondary health promotion and prevention of complications and disability in the area of age-related bone & joint disorders. For more see www.ucd.ie/nmhs

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have a primary degree (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline. Nurses must be registered on the live register maintained by An Bord Altranais Other health care professional must be registered with a recognised professional body Clinicians must be employed in either rheumatology/community/GP practice setting for the duration of the programme (Minimum of 75 hours per month).

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