Cell adaptation in critically ill could be difference between life and death, new study shows
The new study led by Dr Helen McKenna shows early signs that cells in some critically ill patients actually adapt to their conditions by producing energy more efficiently.
Intensive care for the neonate (degree level)
University of Plymouth offers this 40 credit module to develop your skills and knowledge in the delivery and management of intensive care for infants and their families in the neonatal environment.
Specialist approaches to patient management in critical care (degree level)
University of Plymouth's 'Specialist approaches to patient management in critical care' module will enhance and increase your knowledge, skills and competencies in caring for the critically ill adult in intensive care.
Evidencing professional development in urgent, emergency and critical care via (e)-portfolio (degree level)
University of Plymouth offers this degree level module to develop your confidence and competence to provide high quality, patient centred care within urgent, emergency and critical care settings.