The course is aimed primarily at HCPC registered diagnostic and therapeutic radiographers who are using contrast agents as part of their work in imaging patients.
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This module will enable you to critically analyse, evaluate and reflect upon your ability to recognise and manage the health care needs of acutely ill children.
This module will enhance the ability of health care providers to recognise and manage the health care needs of children presenting with common childhood illnesses, within an evidence-based context..
The aim of this module is to develop the ability in students to adopt a critical approach to the delivery of MR services. In particular, cardiac imaging will form a focus for this evaluation. Students will also be expected to provide accurate reports on orbit x-ray images for the presence of interocular foreign bodies.
This module will equip you with new and in-depth insights into human biology which will underpin your advanced management of common major illness.
The MSc Advanced Practice (Clinical) is designed to offer a flexible programme which will enhance professional development and career opportunities for nurses and allied health professionals who undertake Advanced Practice roles in healthcare.
The PgC Advanced Practice (Clinical) will help enhance your ability to gain employment in more senior roles as an advanced practitioner, within your chosen field of healthcare. For nurses, the PgC Advanced Practice (Clinical) is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
This is the course to consider if you are a qualified Social Worker with a few years' experience, and want to further develop your knowledge and skills-base.
This is a high-intensity psychological therapies course that enables you to meet professional standards, leading to accreditation by the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
This is a high intensity psychological therapies course that enables you to meet professional standards, leading to accreditation by the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
The aims of the module are to develop within the student a critical understanding of the nature and impact of mental illness across the health care spectrum.