Module code: HEAD344P / APP 729
FHEQ level: Level 6 – bachelors degree, Level 7 – masters degree
Duration: Three months
Course type: Part time
Course dates: 1 June 2021, 8 June 2021, 15 June 2021, 22 June 2021, 29 June 2021, 6 July 2021, 13 July 2021 (tutorials) – Due to COVID-19 this module is being run as a virtual on-line course via Zoom – full details of delivery on application. Participants are recommended to use a computer or laptop with a camera & microphone to gain the best learning experience.
Cost: £860 (may be funded places available)
This module aims to facilitate the personal and professional development of health and social care practitioners with a special interest in palliative care, using various national strategies and frameworks in end of life care as key reference points. The learning objectives include supporting an analytical and critical approach to the strategic concepts and evidence-based practice of palliative care in all settings.
The module will enable health and social care practitioners to develop a critical and reflective approach to caring for those living and dying with a life-limiting condition, promoting quality, dignity and choice in end of life care and palliative care services.
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There are limited fully funded places available for this course. To apply for a funded place you need to click here to download the form and send it directly to Plymouth University. Please note that this form will not be accepted by the University unless authorised by the Education Co-ordinator/Manager.
If you don’t know if you are entitled to a free place, please speak to your organisational education lead or the University.
To apply for a self funded place please click to complete the application form and send to email@example.com or post to St Luke’s at Brooklands Education Team, Units 3-5 Brooklands, Budshead Road, Crownhill, PL6 5XR.
This module can also be completed as a non-accredited module. Cost to attend study sessions only is £450. Click here to book your space.
We are also accepting applications from people wishing to undertake this module at Masters level (level 7), please contact us for more information.
Payment can be made via credit card or invoice request. To make payment by credit card please contact the St Luke’s education administration team on 01752 964250, for invoicing, please submit details with your application form at least four weeks prior to the start date. Please note that payment is required prior to the course start.