Forwarded on behalf of Jill Firth
DISEASE PROCESSES, TREATMENT AND CARE
A 20 credit level 3 module offered by the University of Leeds.
It is suitable for all health professionals who care for patients
suffering from a rheumatological disorder. The module can be taken as
part of a degree course or as a stand alone module.
The module has three main components:
* The disease processes of rheumatological disorders - this will
cover anatomy, physiology and immunology for children and adults.
* The nature and type of therapeutic intervention in rheumatology
including the contribution of complementary therapies
* The psychosocial aspects of rheumatology care and the effects on
patients on their families.
The module commences in September/October 2006 and completes in May
2007. Teaching is held on alternate Tuesday afternoons from 1-5pm.
This module is free to all NHS employees working in West Yorkshire and
the North East of England.
For further details please contact:
Professor Claire Hale ( 0113 343 1179 * [log in to unmask]
Mrs. Jill Firth ( 0113 343 7972 * [log in to unmask]
For application information please contact:
Admissions, Access & Marketing Unit ( 0113 343 1213
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School of Healthcare Studies
The University of Leeds
PO Box 214, Baines Wing
LEEDS LS2 9UT