BSc (Hons) Professional Development in End of Life Care
Plymouth University programme: BSc (Hons) Professional Development in End of Life Care. The programme offers an innovative approach to gaining specialist and advanced knowledge ‘tailor built’ for those working in end of life care.
Supporting the needs of the frail older person (degree and masters level) (ADV608/ADV608Z/ADV758/ADV758Z)
The University of Plymouth offers a 'supporting the needs of the frail older person' module, designed for all healthcare staff at degree and masters level to develop understanding of the impact of ageing and how to apply this knowledge in practice.
Supporting people in loss, grief and bereavement – enhanced practice (diploma and degree level) (HEAB251 / HEAD304)
University of Plymouth's 'Supporting people in loss, grief and bereavement' module enables healthcare workers to utilise higher levels of enquiry to provide support for people experiencing loss, grief and bereavement
Specialist cancer care (degree level) (HEAD359)
University of Plymouth offers this 'Specialist cancer care' module in partnership with University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust to enable you to become competent in all aspects regarding the specialist treatment and care of those with cancer.
Specialist approaches to palliative care and symptom management – enhanced practice (degree level) (HEAB344)
Develop your overall approach to palliative care and symptom management with this degree level module run by St Luke's Hospice in partnership with the University of Plymouth.
Management of infection prevention (diploma and degree level) (HEAB236 / HEAC334)
Improve upon your specialist infection prevention and control knowledge with this University of Plymouth module delivered in partnership with local NHS trusts.
Facilitating patient centred care and choice through advanced communication skills (degree level) (HEAD354)
University of Plymouth 'Facilitating patient centred care and choice through advanced communication skills' module will enable you to develop effective communication strategies with patients, family/carers to ensure safe patient centred care and choice