Pathophysiology Advanced Practice
Level 7, 10 Credits
This module is intended to advance the knowledge of the experienced clinical professional working in an environment where a knowledge of pathophysiology is essential to practice.
The cost for this CPD module is £383.50.
This module is delivered over a period of 15 weeks. It adopts a blended approach with two hours direct teaching every other week. The week in between is an e-learning activity that must be completed.
Attendance is required every other week for a two-hour session onsite at LJMU. You must commit to the week in between to complete e-Learning activity.
The syllabus will include;
- Physiology and pathophysiology of major systems
- utilising five case scenarios
After completing the module you should be able to:
- Demonstrate a higher level of knowledge in relation to the anatomical, physiological and pathological mechanisms
- Critically examine the current evidence base of major disease process, etiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology
You will be assessed based on case scenarios.
- weighted 100%
- 50% pass rate
In order to be considered for this pathophysiology course, you must:
- current registered health care professional
- able to demonstrate ability to study at Level 7 or relevant clinical experience
Certificate of Professional Development (CPD) at Level 7 - 10 credits.
This module can be studied within the MSc Advanced Healthcare Practice (Clinical) award framework or as a single CPD.
September 2019, Wednesday morning - see timetable
September 2019, Wednesday afternoon - see timetable
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 courses for health 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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