This module is designed for health care practitioners who administer systemic Anti-Cancer drug therapy and/or who care for these patients whilst undergoing this treatment,who wish to expand their theoretical knowledge and practical aspects of care for these patients.
What's covered in the course?
The module is delivered using a blended delivery incorporating teaching on campus and include a variety of learning activities, such as online lectures, forums, quizzes, workbooks, simulation.
Course tutors have worked for many years within the specialist clinical setting from a variety of healthcare providers. Specialist current clinical healthcare staff also deliver lectures within this programme.
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- Patient and people focused courses
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This module will give you the opportunity to:
- Critically analyse how the pharmacological properties of Anti-Cancer drugs and their role at various stages of the cell cycle impacts on their administration
- Examine the management of patients receiving systemic Anti-Cancer therapy
- Critically analyse the health and safety, professional and legal aspects of administration of Anti-Cancer drug therapy
- Appraise the holistic needs of patients receiving systemic Anti-Cancer therapy