Level 6, 30 Credits
This course will enhance your knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to current renal clinical working environment. You will also develop a critical understanding of care in relation to renal care and be able to deliver high quality patient/client centered care.
Integrated Clinical Care Renal runs over a year long period of two semesters.
The cost for this CPD module is £40.00 per credit for both CPD apply and self-funded routes.
This course is delivered via:
- formal keynote lectures
- group and individual tutorials
- seminars work-based learning strategies
Your individually agreed learning objectives will be outlined in a formal learning agreement using a tripartite approach (involving yourself, LJMU and your employer).
You will be expected to attend LJMU on a Monday for a full day every 2 weeks. You can view the full timetable here
During this module, you will study:
- anatomy and physiology
- acute kidney injury
- chronic kidney disease
- renal replacement therapies
- legal and ethical issues
- dietary management
- conservative management
- long term complications of CKD
- psychosocial issues
- end of life care
You will be assessed via:
- 3 seminar presentations relating to your learning agreement
- a portfolio of evidence demonstrating agreed objectives within your learning agreement
Please contact the Faculty Admissions Team for information on entry requirements.
This Continuing Professional Development is stand-alone and is not within a wider award framework.
How to apply
If your CPD course is funded by NHS North West, please apply through the CPD apply system. You can contact your Trust Training Lead for further advice on this process.
If you are funding the course yourself, please apply using the postgraduate online application form
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
The University may make changes to a programme of study or module where such changes are deemed to be beneficial to students, are minor in nature and unlikely to impact negatively upon students or become necessary due to circumstances beyond the control of the University.