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Proactive Management of Long-term Conditions

Key Information


Programme Type

Short Course

Delivery

Blended Learning

Award

PG Credit

Cost

£1620

Next Start Date

September 2024

Course Overview

This course has been designed to meet the needs of registered and practicing professionals such as nurses, paramedics, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and radiographers.

The course aims to provide practitioners with the knowledge and skills to proactively support the holistic care and treatment of individuals with long term health and social care needs. It will focus on enabling individuals to take greater control of their care, offering opportunities for better health and wellbeing, through personalised care planning, increased prevention strategies, and supported self-care (NHS, 2014).

Why Choose Lincoln

Aligned with NHS career framework

Part Time

Delivered by experienced healthcare professionals

Designed for practitioners

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How You Study

This course is delivered through blended learning, and includes workshops which will focus on the development of practical and collaborative inter-professional skills and discussion-based seminar groups which are supplemented by directed learning.

To help facilitate this approach, online evidence-based resources will be made available to you.

You will also be expected to work collaboratively with professional colleagues in your service area to ensure that you have the advanced skills and competencies to proactively manage individuals requiring holistic care for a long-term condition within your professional service area.

Outside of the classroom you will also be encouraged to further your own studies and contextualise your learning to your own service area through independent study.

This course typically covers:

- Integrated care and collaborative inter-professional working
- Case management and personalisation
- Health promotion
- The wellbeing principle
- Empowerment of individuals
- Self-management
- The psychological impact of long term conditions
- Concept of the self
- Motivation
- Choice, advocacy and the role of the carer in decision making

How you are assessed

You will be assessed in two parts:
Part A: Confidential Case Study of 3000 words
Part B: The production of a poster, leaflet, online resource or other artefact that can be used proactively in your service area

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