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Acute & Ongoing Care (Cardiac)

1 year
September 2024

Some clients require more complex care because, in addition to sudden emergencies or worsened conditions, they also have an underlying health issue causing the acute problem. This could be kidney, heart, lung, brain, or chest-related conditions.



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Course overview

The aim of this course is to critically explore and analyse the acute and specialist on-going care provided for patients being cared for in Cardiac care environments.

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An ECG monitor
An ECG monitor

Academic expertise

Anne Jarvis
Senior Lecturer
Jill Dobson
Senior Lecturer
Hannah Jackson
Acute and Critical Care Lecturer

Fees and funding

Part-time£975 per 20 credits

This course is based in the School of Nursing and Midwifery

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