This course trains you to carry out an in-depth history and conduct systematic physical examinations of different areas of the body including the respiratory system, cardiovascular system and the central nervous system. You will also learn best practice in documenting and communicating your findings.
This course can be completed at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level.
You will cover all aspects of clinical history taking and physical examination, including the principles of history taking and history taking and physical examination of the following:
This course is taught via problem-based learning, group discussion, interactive lectures, simulation, workshop sessions, and virtual learning environment. There are a total of 70 hours face to face contact time.
The course is assessed in two ways, a seven-station OSCE, and a reflective portfolio of evidence.
We don’t currently display entry requirements for United States. Please contact the Student Admin team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0191 515 3154.
Students must be registered healthcare professionals. You should have access to a clinical environment where you can observe and conduct the history taking process and physical examinations.
The fee for this course is £750.
The employer usually meets these costs – we advise you to speak to your workforce development lead before applying.
We also accept self-funded applicants and encourage anyone wishing to explore their options to contact email@example.com.
This information was correct at the time of publication.