This course aims to equip you with the knowledge, research skills and understanding of healthcare practice theory, trends and developments. You will explore the importance of values and ethical practice, mental health, life and biosciences and develop the practical skills needed in the health and care sector. You will also identify and assess the causal links between habits, lifestyle, culture, religion, ethnicity, socioeconomics, self-identity and perception in the healthcare practice spectrum.
This course runs on the following dates:
Start Date: September 2021. For further information, please call 0191 200 4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duration: 2 Years
Venue: Parsons Building, Rye Hill Campus
Work Ready Guarantee
Key healthcare employers support the programme through guest lectures and extracurricular activities, helping you to apply your theory to practice. You will also receive guest lectures and other opportunities to engage with employers from the sector to support your understanding of key roles, priorities and challenges in contemporary health care.
As part of this programme learners are required to engage with the healthcare community by participating in work placement. It is required that students will undertake a minimum of 160 hours of placement learning at level 4 and level 5. You will be supported through your placement by the dedicated HE placement coordinator, who will assist you to find a suitable