University of Southampton
Diabetes Best Practice
This programme is designed to equip workforces and individuals with the skills and knowledge to meet future diabetes healthcare demands in the UK and beyond. Broad training from internationally respected experts across the University provides the skills you need to understand and manage people with diabetes, helping you support adults and young people more effectively and improve your healthcare provision through the transfer of knowledge. Our individually tailored programme is aligned to Diabetes UK best practice and World Health Organisation recommendations.
2nd Class degree, or relevant professional qualification or post-qualifying professional experience.
Core modules: Foundations of diabetes, clinical research skills and dissertation module. Optional modules: diabetes in the young; psychosocial aspects of diabetes through the ages; assessment of nutritional status; modern management of diabetes, nutrition and pharmacology; introduction to management of diabetes in primary and secondary care (adult module); work-based learning in diabetes; and modules from a range across the University including leadership in the NHS; prescribing skills, developing public health practice; demographic change, ageing and globalisation; public health, law and ethics.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Highfield Campus||Southampton||SO17 1BJ||South East|
023 8120 6925