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Postgraduate Certificate Management of Long Term Conditions

Course Description

Why choose this course:

• You will study modules which will prepare you to carry out advanced assessment and to develop your skills in the management of chronic conditions.
• Specific modules within the award are matched against the Department of Health Case Management Competency Framework (2005); reflecting advanced practitioner level practice.

About the course:

You'll take four modules, including three core modules covering long term condition management, advanced assessment and pathopysiology. Option modules enable you to study a disease-specific condition, or carry out case study analysis related to your area of practice.

Option modules are available at either level 6 or 7, to enable you if you have not studied for a while or are tentatively moving towards level 7 study to develop your skills and expertise in academic writing.

Visit the Postgraduate Certificate Management of Long Term Conditions page on the University of Derby website for more details!

Entry Requirements

An undergraduate degree (lower second or above) or equivalent, or experience of working in a relevant field. International students: As above (or the equivalent international qualifications). If English is not your first language you’ll also need IELTS 7.0.

Course Fees

2014/2015 fees were £495 per 20 credit module. Please see our website for the latest information.

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