The Foot and Lower Limb in Diabetes
This module is designed for people who work in the clinical management of the diabetic foot. The module aims to develop advanced practice in the management of diabetes in the lower limb and to evaluate current research to inform practice in diabetes.
In this multidisciplinary module, you will have the opportunity to develop and enhance your knowledge of diabetes as it affects the lower leg and foot.
Throughout the module, you will be required to reflect critically on the impact of your learning on your patients, and your clinical practice.
You will also have an opportunity to explore evidence-based management strategies, relevant policies, and role of the clinician as a facilitator of health change behaviour as part of the module.
Applicants at level 7 must possess a bachelor degree or equivalent in Podiatry or other relevant healthcare discipline.
Students will complete a critical incident analysis of an event e.g. development of a foot ulcer or an episode of amputation.
2023-24 – Semester 2 Eastbourne Campus (dates subject to change)
- April 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
If you are choosing this module as part of a postgraduate or community course, please contact email@example.com for specific information on the fee for this module
If you are taking this as a single module, the module fee is:
Please contact SHS-CPE-Admissions@brighton.ac.uk for further information about the module
This module can be taken as part of a course including MSc Advanced Podiatry and could also be used as an optional module for other courses in discussion with the course leader.