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Caring for people living with frailty, in the health or social care sector is influenced by multiple complex factors and demands skilled assessment and management. Building on your existing knowledge from clinical practice, this course is designed to help you develop a solid understanding of best practice in the assessment and management of frail adults.Course DetailsThis course is for practitioners who are currently working with frail adults in an assessment or caring capacity. It aims to
Caring for people living with frailty, in the health or social care sector is influenced by multiple complex factors and demands skilled assessment and management. Building on your existing knowledge from clinical practice, this course is designed to help you develop a solid understanding of best practice in the assessment and management of frail adults.
This course is for practitioners who are currently working with frail adults in an assessment or caring capacity. It aims to deepen your understanding of the physical and psychological impact of frailty on a person’s health and wellbeing.
We’ll guide you to explore and evaluate evidence-based methods for detecting frailty and encourage you to consider appropriate theoretical principles as part of your decision making process. Examining the theories surrounding frailty can help you understand the causes of frailty and the long term impact frailty has on health and social care outcomes. We’ll also support you to develop skills in frailty assessment and care‐planning for patients living with frailty.
Our dedicated academic team brings extensive health and social care experience to the course content. Along with their passion for service excellence in health and social care settings, they’re also currently engaged in highly relevant research, which means they can add valuable context and insight to your learning.
The course is part of a professional development framework, and you can use the credits you’ll gain by completing the course successfully towards the MSc Health and Social Care.
The course is designed to provide the flexibility to fit in with busy home and working lives.
As you study this course, we’ll encourage you to develop the skills, values and behaviours so popular with employers. These include action planning, personal impact and confidence, self-awareness, social and ethical responsibility, respect, and commitment to quality.
The University of Bolton has been offering high-quality courses designed to meet the health and social care sector’s needs for over 30 years, so we have the knowledge and experience to anticipate and respond to changes in the health and social care sector.
We review the course curriculum regularly to ensure we include and apply contemporary theories.
This programme is a product of a strong commitment by the University of Bolton and Pennine Acute Foundation Trust, and represents an opportunity to develop and maintain consistently high standards of care of the frail adult and end of life care across our healthcare economy.
This collaborative programme brings together the expertise of highly regarded clinicians, educationalists, patients and carers, researchers and academics who are all specialists in their field, ensuring your experience is highly engaging, current and always centred around the pursuit of individualised care for frail adults.
On successful completion of this course you will be awarded an Advanced Professional Development qualification in Care of the Frail Adult worth 20 credits at Level HE7.
This course offers academic progression in the specialist field of adult frailty and end of life care.
The University of Bolton dates back to 1825 and has a long and distinguished history of providing a quality education. Situated on a modern friendly campus near the centre of Bolton, the University is home to 11,000 students who have ranked the University as No.1 for student satisfaction in the North West, Complete University Guide 2020. Many of our Postgraduate courses are professionally accredited.
Postgraduate study is challenging, exhilarating and a rewarding advancement, whether for career or personal development. A Postgraduate degree sets you apart, and gets you noticed by the best employers. If you want to unlock opportunities, fast-track your career and enjoy more earning potential, then Postgraduate study is for you.
At the University of Bolton, where we are proud to put our students, and their needs, first.