ROLE
AHP, Nurse and Nursing Associate
TRAINING METHOD
eLearning
PROVIDER
Rotherham Respiratory
DATE
1st November 2023 - 31st March 2024
TIME
All Day
LOCATION
Online
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Course information

This course is suitable for anyone who would like to advance their knowledge and understanding of the diagnosis and holistic management of diabetes. It covers different types of diabetes, explains the pharmacological and lifestyle interventions that can optimise outcomes with reference to glycaemic control, blood pressure and lipid management and includes case studies to bring the theory to life. Sections include mental health and special cases such as learning disabilities and the frail elderly. The course counts as 45 hours of CPD for your revalidation.

Course content

• Diagnose those with and at risk of diabetes
• Implement evidence-based strategies to improve outcomes
• Minimise complication risk through early detection and management
• Undertake a holistic person-centred review
• Support the person living with diabetes with their ongoing self- management

The focus of the course is on how to recognise those with, and at risk of, diabetes and prevent complications through an evidence-based approach to behaviour change, lifestyle changes and the appropriate use of medication. This course encourages participants to approach diabetes care in a person-focused and collaborative way so as to reduce the impact of diabetes on quality of life and the use of healthcare resources.

Online course details

Please note: once you have completed the registration form, your details will be passed to the training provider who will contact you in due course with details on how to access the online learning.

Course length = 45 hours

Access =  4 months to complete

Course eligibility

This CPD course is for Practice Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals. Please check here if you are eligible for these funded courses.

Please note: By applying for any of these training courses, you/your practice will not be able to also claim your £333 allocated CPD funding.