Understanding Evidence to inform Clinical Decision Making – UoP – 20 Credits Level 6

Level 6 - 20 Credits

Registered CliniciansNorthEastWest

20 credit module at BSc (L6) - Plymouth University - Registered Professionals or Health and Social care workers only with previous study at Level 5 or Level 6 or evidence of research. See UoP module page for more info.
Enhance and develop your existing skills in using evidence to inform your clinical decision making.

Info & Booking

UoP- Minor Illness & Injuries – The Principles and Practice of Management for Unscheduled Care

Level 6 - 40 Credits OR Level 7 (M) - 40 Credits

Registered CliniciansNorthEastWest

A 40 credit module at BSc (L6) or MSc level (L7/ M level) - Plymouth University - Registered Professionals only with previous study at Level 5 or Level 6

Gain the practical skills & underpinning knowledge to manage patients presenting with common minor illness and injuries

Info & Booking

(TEMP. CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS- CLICK FOR MORE INFO) Distance Learning Mentorship (PL&SS)-NON-accredited

NON- Accredited - suitable for NQP portfolio & CoP approved

Registered CliniciansDistance Learning

Distance learning Mentorship & coaching module

Info & Booking

Supporting the Needs of the Frail Older Person in the Community

Level 6 - 20 Credits

Registered CliniciansNorthEastWest

This University of Plymouth module enables you to develop your understanding of the impact of ageing for use in your own practice.

Info & Booking

Clinical Supervision

L6 - 20 Credits

Registered CliniciansNorthEastWest

These six study units have been produced to help healthcare professionals to understand the principles of clinical supervision and how it works in practice. The materials are appropriate for both supervisors and supervisees. We hope they will enable you to gain maximum benefit from the process.

Info & Booking

Mentorship Course

L6 - 20 Credits

All GradesNorthEastWest

This Mentorship course supports and facilitates student learning whilst implementing approved assessment processes over 4 taught days. Students will have the opportunity to engage with a number of different perspectives by participating in lead lectures in order to introduce, analyse and synthesise issues, concepts and ideas.

Info & Booking