Collaborative and Professional Practice in Dementia Care
Level 7, 30 Credits
This module will enable you to:
- gain a deeper understanding of dementia
- think creatively and identify innovations in care delivery and how these can be adapted
- apply this knowledge to service planning and delivery within your own organisation
The module is delivered over one semester. We offer intakes in January.
The total cost for this CPD module is £1,150.50.
You will be expected to attend one half day per week.
As part of this CPD course, you will study:
- therapeutic approaches and models of dementia care
- assessment, interventions and different stages of the disease trajectory
- palliative and end of life care needs
- family caregivers and informal carers needs and experiences
- evaluation in dementia care
There are two components to the assessment:
- a short presentation (worth 30% of your final mark) on what you consider to be a research or evaluation priority in dementia care
- an essay (worth 70% of your final mark) where you critically examine the current service provision for people with dementia within your own work context
In order to be eligible to join this course, you must:
- have current registration as a health and/or social care professional
- be currently employed within a health and social care organisation
- demonstrate experience of Level 6 study or equivalent (demonstrated through prior learning in accordance with LJMU AP(E)L regulations)
This Continuing Professional Development can be studied within the MSc Advanced Healthcare Practice (Clinical) award framework or as a single CPD.
Dates for the coming year will be available shortly.
How to apply
Please apply using the online application form selecting Postgraduate Taught from the Level of Entry drop down.
Further information is available in our CPD for healthcare professionals brochure.
Faculty Admissions Team
Faculty of Education, Health and Community
Liverpool John Moores University
79 Tithebarn Street
Liverpool L2 2ER
T: 0151 231 5829
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