CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)-Plans for the next academic year. 

The teaching staff are now beginning to return to the School to resume their academic activities. They are working at a pace to change the way we deliver our courses. Moving forward, we will be using blended and e-learning methods. We aim to roll out the modules, which were postponed during the initial stages of COVID-19, in a phased approach, starting in September 2020, over an eight-month period. This is in line with Health Education England (HEE) who have proposed an extension to the education contract period. This is to allow time for the recovery of commissions that were postponed due to the pandemic.

As you will recognise because of COVID-19, plans are constantly changing so we will, as the situation evolves, endeavour to keep you informed. The health and wellbeing of our staff and students are our absolute priority. 

If you do have any questions or concerns, please refer to our Student Q&A page or contact us at Student Support Services for more information.

 

Cost

£997

Delivery method

Face to face

Length of module

5 days

Academic credits and level

15 credits at level 6 or 7

Course summary

This module will enable nurses and allied health professionals to explore, evaluate, and discuss the complexities of caring for this unique patient group receiving a Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant. It will build on their previous knowledge and clinical experience, allowing opportunities to review current practice and to examine evidence-based interventions to enhance experience and outcomes for patients, carers, and donors.

I found learning about the different types of transplant, the complications that can arise and how to address them very useful.

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Stem Cell Transplantation | The Royal Marsden School
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