This 20 credit module is one of two modules that combine to make up the Integrated Working in Community and Primary Care short course, which can be taken at degree and masters level.
It can be accessed as a standalone module but it is recommended that the greatest benefit from this module is gained when completed as part of the full course.
It is aimed at registered practitioners working or wishing to work in a community or primary care setting who wish to equip themselves with the necessary generic practice skills to function within this environment whilst encouraging a critical view of practice.
A multi-professional educational team and experts from practice, including a variety of visiting lecturers currently working in health and social care, will draw upon different perspectives of community/ primary care to give you a unique experience to include:
- assessment skills and problem-solving
- personalised care
- managing self
- learning in practice.
You will have the opportunity to learn with and from other health and social care professionals and enjoy a mixture of learning styles, such as face-to-face teaching, online and distance learning and self-directed learning.