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A unique specialised course in Scotland offering an opportunity to focus your study on technical and contextual aspects of traditional and contemporary painting.
This course will enable you to make evidence informed decisions and lead on palliative care issues across the patient journey in community settings.
This short course enables you to critically explore the impact of pathophysiological processes on patients in your care and the implications for your practice.
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The Pharmacist is a healthcare professional whose role has expanded greatly in recent years, making pharmacy a hugely varied and rewarding career. This course, leading to award of MPharm, will allow you to enter pre-registration training, successful completion of which permits application to register as a pharmacist with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).
Our Clinical Pharmacy Practice course will provide the opportunity for pharmacists to develop professional competence as clinical practitioners involved in making decisions about drug therapy for individual patients.
This course will prepare pharmacists to register with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) as a pharmacist independent prescriber.
This course aims to equip nurses and midwives, in a teaching role, with contemporary knowledge to enhance the quality of the learning experience for nursing and midwifery students.
This one year course is designed to improve your photographic skills in a professional and student-driven environment.
This innovative module is available to any interested staff in the ‘caring professions’.
Physiotherapy is a dynamic science-based healthcare profession which uses a wide range of treatment techniques helping to restore movement and function within the body.
This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to practice physiotherapy via an accelerated programme which builds on prior learning and experience. It is a two year course with an exciting and varied mix of academic and clinical learning.
The School of Health Sciences is delighted to invite practice educators to its series of Practice Education Courses for Allied Health Professionals.
This course allows eligible students to apply for professional accreditation from the: College of Occupational Therapists, Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and the College of Radiographers.
A course for those wishing to be involved in the assessment of social work student practice learning opportunities.
This course will help to prepare non-medical health professionals to prescribe within the relevant legislation.
The Professional Doctorate in Information Science (DInfSc) is based on research into real professional issues.
This programme has been designed to encourage a variety of applicants who wish to further their engineering career through CPD.
This module gives an overview of the professional requirements underpinning practice in social care.
This course will prepare practitioners to explore their specialist zone of professional practice.
Aimed at those who have responsibility for security planning in organisations this two-day course has been developed in partnership with Police Scotland.
A multi-disciplinary, introductory module suitable for those interested in the field of project management.
The Graduate Certificate Project Management course provides an overview of the practices and concepts of project management.
Our Project Management degree course is APM And PMI Accredited. MSc Project Management course modules include Project Management Fundamentals & Project Information.
The module will be of interest to both senior practitioners within the health and social care sector and those wishing to further develop their knowledge base in this field.
This module will provide the practical skills to critically assess, within a problem solving environment, the processes and strategies undertaken by project managers to define, plan, control and deliver project requirements.
This module gives an overview of ways of understanding human development across the lifespan drawing on key perspectives from sociology and psychology.
The aim of the module is to enable students to further develop their skills in the critical exploration of the theories, principles and concepts which underpin improving health and wellbeing.
Our Public Relations degree course develops key communication, IT and media handling skills which are required in everyday business practices.
Develop knowledge, understanding and business management skills in the fields of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management.
Develop knowledge, understanding and management skills in quality management and business improvement.