The fundamentals of health assessment (degree and masters level)
The University of Plymouth offers this professional development module at degree and masters level for registered healthcare professionals who wish to develop in their area of professional clinical practice.
Effective promotion of continence and management of incontinence (degree level)
Make a significant contribution to the delivery of clinical services; promotion of continence and management of incontinence with this University of Plymouth module delivered by Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
Return to practice (Nursing) (degree level)
University of Plymouth: Return to Practice (Nursing) (degree level) offers eligibility to return to sub part 1 or the specialist public community health nurse part of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register.
Return to midwifery practice (degree level)
University of Plymouth's 'return to midwifery practice' module enables a midwife whose registration has lapsed to meet the professional requirements to apply for readmission to the Nursing and Midwifery Council register as a Registered Midwife
Principles of gastro-intestinal nursing (degree level)
University of Plymouth's 'Principles of gastro-intestinal nursing' module will enable you to develop the underpinning knowledge, skills and competence to provide effective nursing care for patients with gastrointestinal disease.
Supporting the needs of the frail older person (degree and masters level)
The University of Plymouth offers a 'supporting the needs of the frail older person' module, designed for all healthcare staff at degree and masters level to develop understanding of the impact of ageing and how to apply this knowledge in practice.
Substance misuse and dual diagnosis (degree and masters level)
Develop your knowledge, understanding and skills in working with people who misuse substances and who may have a concurrent mental health difficulty with this University of Plymouth module.
The Holistic Assessment and care Planning in Partnership Intervention Study [HAPPI]
University of Plymouth research study: The Holistic Assessment and care Planning in Partnership Intervention Study [HAPPI]. PhD study by Helen Lyndon.
Health Justice (CANCELLED)
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Research Festival 2019 - Health Justice, Uniting the services and research that support people in contact with the criminal justice system, Monday 21 January 2019.
Professional development short courses for health and human sciences
University of Plymouth offers a range of professional development short courses for health and human sciences professionals to choose from.