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Hypertension and Nephropathy in Diabetes (Postgraduate Award)


Course Description

An introduction to the issues surrounding the interaction of diabetes mellitus with hypertension and the kidney.

Upgrade your understanding of the principles of identification and management of those at risk of or having developed diabetic renal disease

There is an increasing market for postgraduate training amongst nurses and this module is designed to meet the need for CPD and CME in a multi-disciplinary context

For health care professionals across the whole spectrum of disciplines and experience, usually with a first degree, although students with nursing or other professional qualifications and an appropriate level of experience will be considered

Visit the Hypertension and Nephropathy in Diabetes (Postgraduate Award) page on the University of Warwick website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Candidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies’ requirements for entry. Normally, candidates should have obtained an honours degree or a final qualification of a professional society acceptable to the University. Candidates will also be considered if they have other appropriate professional qualifications and at least two years experience in an appropriate healthcare setting.

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