Critical care of children and young people (Level 1&2) (HEAD390 / APP751)
A course for health care professionals who wish to enhance their skills in the critical care of children and young people.
Nutrition and dietetics in infancy and childhood (masters level) (ADV741)
University of Plymouth offers this masters-level professional development module to enable you to learn more about the advice given to families and health professionals regarding normal infant, child and adolescent nutrition and dietetics
Neonatal nutrition (masters level) (ADV744)
University of Plymouth offers the 'Neonatal nutrition' module which explores the nutritional and dietetic management of preterm and sick term infants in the neonatal period and beyond. Module delivered by the BDA.
Dietetic management of inherited metabolic disorders (IMD) (masters level) (ADV720)
The 'Dietetic management of inherited metabolic disorders (IMD) module will allow you to explore the various causes of inherited metabolic disorders and appraise the dietary therapies used to treat them. Module delivery by BDA.
Clinical dietetics for infants and children (masters level) (ADV743)
University of Plymouth offers the 'Clinical dietetics for infants and children' module to enable you to examine the use of all forms of nutrition support in chronic and acute paediatric illness. Module delivered by the BDA.
PgCert Children's Osteopathy
Plymouth University partner institution programme. The Postgraduate Certificate in Children’s Osteopathy is a postgraduate award at masters level aimed at osteopaths who wish to enhance their ability to deal with paediatric patients.
Danielle Edge: teaching the nurses of the future
Danielle tells us how studying BSc (Hons) Nursing (Child Health) at Plymouth enabled her to move into teaching.
The importance of clinical experience
Elliott Tucker, graduate in BSc (Hons) Nursing (Child Health) at Plymouth, reflects on his career since graduating in child health nursing and the importance of learning and growing through new experiences.