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MSc Programme

MSc Clinical Primary and Community Care

The Clinical Primary and Community Care Masters (MCPCC) course is suitable for doctors, nurses and any other health care professionals aiming to acquire specialised skills and qualifications in primary and community care; covering dimensions required in line with NHS knowledge and skills framework or accreditation for GP/PwSI.
The MCPCC course is unique in that it combines both academic and clinical aspects of community and primary care and as such provides a clinically applicable higher level of academic achievement.

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MSc Modules - 10 / 20 credits

Continuing Professional Development Courses

An Introduction to oral anticoagulation management 
27 November 2015, 9 March 2016, 25 May 2016 
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Atrial Fibrillation Study Days (free to attend)
15 January 2016 (Birmingham), 23 February (Coventry)
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Oral anticoagulation management for health care assistants & assistant practitioners 
2 March 2016 
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Diagnosis and Management of Airways Disease
4 March 2016
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Diagnosis and Management of Neurological Disorders in primary care 
13 May 2016
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Anticoagulation Update Day 2016

11th May 2016- details to follow, please contact for further details or to register interest.

Anticoagulation in Practice 2015

Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London
12-13 November 2015
This annual conference is aimed at General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Biomedical Scientists, Health Care Assistants, Pharmacists and Patients.
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