Diabetes Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate
This course is offered in collaboration with BMJ Learning, part of the part of the BMJ Group, publishers of the British Medical Journal. The course is accredited by the University of Leicester and taught by BMJ Learning.
Duration and mode of study
One (PGCert) or two (PGDip) years part-time by distance learning.
May or September each year.
Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate in Diabetes should possess an initial degree in Medicine, Nursing or in a similar related clinical subject.
At the discretion of the Course Management Board, non-graduates whose relative lack of formal qualifications is compensated for by relevant work experience may also be admitted to complete the course provided the candidate has held, for a minimum period of two years, a position of responsibility relevant to the programme.
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The Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate in Diabetes is designed to provide high quality education for doctors and healthcare professionals who have a clinical interest in diabetes.
Pathways to MSc
It is possible to use this route to accumulate credits towards our MSc in Diabetes.
For the Postgraduate Certificate you can choose from three of the following six modules. Students taking the Postgraduate Diploma take all six modules. Each module lasts ten weeks:
- Prevention, Early Detection and Screening in Diabetes
- Clinical Presentation and Management in Diabetes
- New and Advanced Therapies in Diabetes
- Self-Management in Diabetes
- Insulin Management
- Diabetes and Obesity
Teaching and assessment methods
You will be supported on this distance learning course by an interactive website, experienced tutors and dedicated support staff. There are also 2 days of introductory lectures at the beginning of each intake.
Postgraduate Diploma in Diabetes
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