Introduction to Diabetes Care and Management (SNM2204/SNM3187)
This page has details of this module at diploma/undergraduate degree level, if you wish to study this topic at masters level please see Managing Diabetes as a Long Term Health Condition
Who is it for?
This unit is suitable for health care professionals who need knowledge, understanding and clinical skills in diabetes care and management
Overview of content:
What is it about?
Facilitated by clinical experts, this module is about ensuring that health care professionals are equipped with the skills, knowledge and confidence to undertake effective care and management of those with diabetes. The course will:
How does it enhance practice?
The unit is tailored to meet the needs of clinicians working in practice and stresses the importance of following recommended policies and best practice in the control, treatment and management of diabetes in those people under their care.
Mode of Assessment:
4,000 word academic assignment in a portfolio of evidence style. The focus of the assignment should reflect the learning outcomes of the module and relate to students own area of clinical practice.
Links to Professional/Academic Award:
Diploma in Clinical Practice
BMedSci(Hons) Health and Social care Studies (Ongoing and Supportive Care)
BMedSci(Hons) Health and Social care Studies (Acute, High Dependency and Critical Care)
BMedSci(Hons) Health and Social care Studies (Primary Care and Public Health)
Pre Course Requirements:
To study at degree level you need evidence of 120 credits at diploma level.
20 at either level 5 (Diploma) or level 6 (Degree)
1 x study day per week for 10 weeks
Start Date: 5 September 2019
Attendance Dates: 05.09.19, 12.09.19, 19.09.19, 26.09.19, 03.10.19, 10.10.19, 17.10.19, 24.10.19, 31.10.19, 07.11.19
Application and Funding
To apply for this course you need to complete an online application form and you can do this by selecting the "apply" link at the top right of this page. A fees and funding form will automatically be sent on submission of your application form. Details of funding options can be found on our Funding Page.
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. Please see a map below of the Central Campus.
Programme Leader/Contact Name:
Tel: 0114 222 2066 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org