Dementia is becoming one of the biggest health challenges of the 21st century affecting millions of people across the world. Our Postgraduate Certificate in Partnerships in Dementia Care is designed for a wide range of health and social care professionals that work in and around dementia.
Who is the Partnerships in Dementia Care Postgraduate Certificate suited for?
The Level 7 course is generally suitable for professionals in health and social care that work in and around dementia, but is particularly suitable for professionals that work in primary care, mental health nurses, community nurses, general practitioners, public health care, physiotherapists, care home managers, social workers and those working in the emergency services.
What will I learn from the Partnerships in Dementia Care course?
This course focuses on the core aspects of dementia care to provide you with knowledge and skills that can be applied to your health and social care setting. Throughout the course you will study three modules that address the core aspects of dementia care:
- Advanced Integrative Practice
- Social Consequences of Dementia Care
- Partnerships in Dementia Care
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This course is studied online over the course of one year of part time study. To experience our online learning environment you can access a selection of content from one of the modules on this course with our free course taster.