Advancing the care and support of the person with dementia and their carer (degree and masters level)
Gain confidence in your own expertise in dementia care and enhance your employability in a variety of health care settings by completing University of Plymouth's dementia module.
Advancing practice in long term conditions management (degree level)
University of Plymouth advancing practice in long term conditions management module will enable to gain contemporary knowledge, skills and competencies to advance your practice to effectively manage a range of long-term conditions.
Advancing practice in context (masters level)
University of Plymouth's 'Advancing practice in context' module will develop a critical and professional understanding within advancing practice at masters level
Advancing Practice (degree and masters level)
University of Plymouth offers a short course for healthcare professionals looking to advance their practice at degree or masters level
The ageing person: society, body and mind (masters level)
University of Plymouth's module 'The ageing person: Society, body and mind' will develop your knowledge of how the body and mind changes through the ageing process.
Integrated community and primary care practice (degree and masters level)
University of Plymouth offers this professional development module in which you will learn more about the three main areas of community or primary care practice: holistic assessment, personalised care and managing self
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.
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.