This online academic module aims to provide opportunity for learners to critically appraise the cancer survivorship context for those living with and beyond cancer and drivers that aim to influence practice need and gaps.
The course is relevant to a wide range of Professionals who work within settings which support the needs of those living with and beyond cancer.
This module is suitable for those with appropriate background qualifications to study at Masters Level 7. This course can be taken as CPD or as part of the MSc Cancer Care Programme pathway.
24 April 2024 – 9 August 2024
15 week Module
Taught days – Wednesday
Submission date: Monday 5th August 2024
Content will include contemporary considerations pertaining to broad effects/impacts of cancer and treatments, behavioural, communication and other supportive initiatives aligned to their potential in positively addressing individual need and well-being for those living with and beyond cancer.
Number of places:
£1150 per 20 credit module (Subject to change)
Remote online teaching via The Clinical Education Department
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