Courses that have been planned and students already offered places are continuing as delivery is now exclusively on-line. Further dates will be added for new applications as they become available. For more information contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The module runs over 12 weeks consisting of: 10 half- day virtual classrooms (a student needs to be present at the time). Independent learning consisting of 8 half- days of online content (presentations, videos and discussion boards).
30 credits at level 6 or 7
This module will focus on developing the student’s history taking, physical examination, and clinical decision-making skills, leading to differential diagnoses. Through the process of Problem-Based Learning, the student will develop the skills required to undertake a comprehensive health assessment of a patient. In addition, the student’s knowledge of diagnostic procedures, the rationale for using them and the interpretation of results will be explored. This module requires that students identify an appropriate mentor, complete the required amount of clinical hours and attend sessions at King’s College anatomy laboratories.
Brings theoretical and practical learning together brilliantly. Looking back now, I gained confidence and competence to apply complex skills learnt over 13 to 15 weeks.
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