Self-management in Diabetes Care

Module code: MD7251
Module co-ordinator: Sue Cradock

People with Diabetes manage their condition 24/7, 365 days a year, of which only a tiny fraction is spent with a healthcare professional. Supporting someone with diabetes to become a successful self-manager is therefore critical to good outcomes, whether clinical, psychological or emotional.

What do we mean when we talk about self-management? What skills are involved for healthcare professionals and people with diabetes? This module has been designed to help you understand the philosophy and psychological theories informing a range of interventions within the self-management approach. You will become familiar with key interventions supporting self-management, such as group structured education, and have the opportunity to develop and practice new skills in a supportive environment.

Learning

  • 16 hours of lectures
  • 12 hours of seminars
  • 2 hours of tutorials
  • 120 hours of guided independent study

Assessment

  • Written assignment, 3,000 words (100%)
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