Dr Henrietta Mulnier
King's College London
Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery,
James Clark Maxwell Building,
57 Waterloo Road London
020 7848 3571 (postgraduate admissions)
This postgraduate programme in diabetes is an innovative multi-professional qualification which has been jointly developed by King's College, London and clinical partners at King's College Hospital Foundation Trust and Guy's and St. Thomas' Foundation Trust. The courses are specifically aimed to meet the learning needs of those providing clinical services to patients with diabetes in the community and in hospital.
Subjects covered in the programme include:
- Diabetes in Primary care
- Diabetes Theoretical and Practical Aspects
- Intensive Insulin Therapy, pumps and beyond
- Psychological Interventions
- Diabetes Education
All courses are a mixture of taught and distance learning - please contact Karen for dates.
Each course is part time and consists of 3 to 6 taught study days and distance (on line) learning. Typically students take one year to complete a certificate, two years for a diploma and three years for an MSc. Maximum of six years PT.
PT Home/EU: £2,633 (2013); PT/Overseas: £5,180 (2013)
Type of study
Mixture of attendance and distance learning.
Evidence of previous work at degree level desirable but not essential.
How achievement is assessed
Mixture of exams, OSCEs, course work.
Taught days - mixture of lectures, group work, discussions. On line work mixture or reading, case studies, question and answer sessions and on line discussion forums.
- Our course/ event is open to multidisciplinary participants (even if only one discipline attends) or there is a justification for it only being open to members of certain disciplines. YES
- Our course/ event has been planned/developed with the input of independent advice from people with diabetes (e.g not using one of the team who also has diabetes but seeking an outside view) YES
- Our course/ event has a structured written curriculum or programme YES
- Our course/ event has specific, documented learning outcomes which are linked/ or will be linked to the Skills For Health competencies as they develop YES
- Our course/ event is delivered by people who are (or are supported by people who are) qualified in or have proven experience in up to date principles of adult learning and teaching YES
- Our course/ event is evidence based both educationally and clinically YES
- Our course/ event is systematically evaluated to ensure that it delivers what it promises to its audience YES
- Our course/ event has a robust internal quality assurance programme YES
- Our course/ event has been accredited or educationally reviewed by an external body, either as a stand alone course or event or part of a larger, modular course YES