The course will provide you with an understanding of the anatomy and pathophysiology relating to common dementia types, as well as the holistic implications of dementia, with particular emphasis on the patient and carers’ journeys, experience and input.
The course will critically appraise national policies, which influence dementia care at a local and institutional level, and will consider the complementary role that allied health professionals and voluntary organisations play in supporting this patient group and their families. The course will also explore maintaining ‘wellness’ in patients with dementia, and the role of risk reduction in the prevention of dementia.
This course will take place in the Sciences Complex which contains the Living Lab, an integrated facility, supported with IT connectivity that enables a range of patient journeys and scenarios to be modelled
This is a multi-professional course which is relevant for both primary and secondary care
This course is taught over five full days, one day per week delivered using:
Applicants should be registered healthcare professionals working within an appropriate clinical setting.
The fee for this course is £700, but you may be eligible for HEENE funding.
This information was correct at the time of publication.