HEAD 376 Diabetes Mellitus – degree level, starting on 16th April 2018
The module will explore care issues and complication prevention as well as increasing your capacity for evidence based enquiry in disease pathways relating to diabetes mellitus and insulin resistance.
This module is based upon the new competencies and explores core knowledge and care issues relating to diabetes mellitus, pre-diabetes, management issues and complication prevention.
To apply for a funded place, please contact us for the relevant form at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why did Santa go to the doctor?
Because of his bad "elf"!
There are still places available on the Motivation Interviewing Training which is scheduled for the 20th & 21st February 2018
What is Motivational Interviewing? What is involved?
MI is a co-operative way of talking. MI empowers clients in their own motivation to change their behaviour.
Definition for therapists
MI is a client-centred therapeutic method. MI is suitable for treating the frequent problem of ambivalence against behaviour change of clients.
MI is a co-operative, goal-oriented communication form with special attention for the language of change (change talk). This method is designed to empower the individual motivation and self-commitment to a specific aim. MI elaborates the clients motives of change in an atmosphere of acceptance and sympathy.
Rollnick and Miller describe MI as 'a directive, client-centred counselling style for eliciting behaviour change by helping clients explore and resolve ambivalence'. MI has been used across various conditions such as diabetes, asthma, cardiac rehabilitation. Eighty per cent of studies have found that MI has superior outcomes when compared to traditional educational approaches.
If you would like to book onto this course please contact:
Therapy Team Lead Persistent Pain Team