SNM657 Psychosocial approaches to the care and treatment of people with dementia
Who is it for?
This course is aimed at health and social care professionals, voluntary sector practitioners and those looking to develop an academic career focusing on dementia and dementia care.
Overview of content:
What is it about?
This module aims to provide students with a coherent understanding of the theoretical, policy and legislative context for psychosocial approaches used in dementia care and knowledge of a range of key interventions on offer, the potential benefits and appreciation of the evidence-base supporting decisions to employ such interventions. Emphasis is placed on broadening the range of approaches students might take when responding to ‘behaviours that challenge’ and people with dementia, whilst also exploring wider outcomes such as enhanced ‘wellbeing’ and positive patient experience.
Mode of assessment
Module related knowledge will be assessed through completion of a 2000 word assignment (70%) and a presentation (30%).
Links to Academic Award
15 Credits at Level 7
Start date: 7 February 2017
Application and Funding
To complete the online form, please select the "apply" link at the top right of this page. Please see our Funding Page for information on funding options and to download a funding form.
If successful in your application for the course you will receive a confirmation email with the exact details of the location of teaching, closer to the start date.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery is based at Barber House, Glossop Road, Sheffield; opposite the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, however teaching may take place across the University site.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 0114 222 2071