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Monitoring and Management of Long Term Conditions - Level 6 - AC6652

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**THIS MODULE IS NOT RUNNING IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/18 THEREFORE APPLICATIONS ARE NOT BEING ACCEPTED**

This course is part of Continuing Workforce Development for NHS practitioners. If you are interested in participating, please fill out the application form and gain authorisation from an appropriate decision maker within the NHS before sending it back to us.

Current policy puts greater emphasis on keeping people healthy in order to help them live longer, illness free lives. This CPD module focuses on the biological, psychological, social and emotional impact of living with one or more long-term conditions and the strategies for monitoring and management which can be used. You will explore person centred care, self-care and care planning as ways of supporting mental and physical wellbeing and you will have the opportunity to take advantage of specific sessions to develop skills in promoting health and supporting change. You will also be encouraged to critically reflect on your own skills, knowledge and clinical practice to identify areas for development and strategies for embedding monitoring and management of long term conditions into your practice. Completing this CPD module will help you to develop a range of appropriate skills that will assist in the delivery of patient centred management of long term conditions.

This module is suitable for any qualified practitioner who works with people who have long term conditions, and covers the following topics:

  • Policy context
  • Morbidity
  • Reducing unplanned admissions
  • History taking – frameworks for assessment
  • Holistic assessment – clinical, mental health, intellectual impairment
  • Partnership working
  • Self-care
  • Health promotion
  • Supporting change
  • Health literacy
  • Case management / care planning
  • Multidisciplinary team working
  • Referral pathways
  • Selected outcomes from chosen LTCs
  • Concordance, effectiveness of assessment and interventions

Although this module is not currently taking applications, if you have any queries please email our programme support team at hs.cipdinfo@northumbria.ac.uk.

Learn from the Best

This module was designed to prepare and support practitioners to monitor and manage long term conditions in their practice setting and is tailored towards individuals who are driving and enabling developments in practice in NHS North East.

Northumbria is the principal provider of nurse education in the North East of England and was named Nurse Education Provider of the Year (post-registration) for three consecutive years by Student Nursing Times.

We have excellent relationships with partner services in health, social care and social work and our range of CPD provision supports practitioners and managers to engage in professional learning and then examine how this can be integrated in the practice arena.

 

Teaching and Assessment

You will learn through a blended learning approach which will incorporate the use of online resources with directed and campus-based learning activities, alongside the supported development of competencies in practice. Lectures, discussions and seminars will help you to draw upon existing skills in order to apply the module content to professional practice.

Assessment for this module consists of two parts.  Part one is a 2,500 word written reflective account which critically examines strategies for the monitoring and management of a chosen long term condition.  To pass part two you will need to demonstrate safe and effective practice which will be assessed by a workplace mentor/experienced peer through your competence in the workplace.

 

Learning Environment

This course is based at our Coach Lane Campus where you will have access to cutting-edge facilities with technology embedded through all aspects of your CPD course.

 

Research-rich Learning

Northumbria University has been ranked in the top quartile in the UK for research power in Allied Health Sciences and Nursing. Additionally, more than 80% of our research activity in Allied Health Sciences and Nursing is rated as world-leading or internationally excellent (REF 2014).

 

Give Your Career an Edge

Completing this CPD module will be a valuable addition to your CV as local health providers have expressed an interest in accredited programs for staff in this subject in order to improve care delivery.

 

Your Future

This accredited module can count towards the BSc in Practice Development (20 credits).

 

Course info

Award Type 20 Credit, Level 6

Delivery Method Blend of Lectures, Discussions and Seminars

Sector Healthcare Public Health

Study Mode Classroom Based

Location Coach Lane Campus

Start TBC - Please contact hs.cipdinfo@northumbria.ac.uk

This module is suitable for any qualified practitioner who works with people who have long term conditions, and covers the following topics:

  • Policy context
  • Morbidity
  • Reducing unplanned admissions
  • History taking – frameworks for assessment
  • Holistic assessment – clinical, mental health, intellectual impairment
  • Partnership working
  • Self-care
  • Health promotion
  • Supporting change
  • Health literacy
  • Case management / care planning
  • Multidisciplinary team working
  • Referral pathways
  • Selected outcomes from chosen LTCs
  • Concordance, effectiveness of assessment and interventions

Previous evidence of level 5 study

The aim of this module is to improve monitoring and management of long term conditions within a general practice context. The practitioner will critically reflect on their own skills, knowledge and clinical practice to identify areas of development and strategies to embed monitoring and management of long term conditions into practice. Participants will have an opportunity to appraise and develop a range of appropriate skills that will assist in the delivery of patient centred management of long term conditions.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the module the practitioner will be able to:

  1. Define the concepts and underpinning principles of health promotion as part of the monitoring and management of long term conditions within a practice context.
  2. Critically explore the attitudes, values and beliefs which may impact upon self-monitoring and management of long term conditions.
  3. Critically discuss the range of tools, specialist techniques and strategies which facilitate effective monitoring and management of long term conditions.
  4. Demonstrate awareness of and need for referral to specialist services if and when appropriate.

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