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Psychological interventions in diabetes

Psychological Interventions in Diabetes is a post-qualification course for healthcare professionals which is provided by King’s College London, a university based in central London.

The course is for all healthcare professionals who directly contribute to the management of diabetes, in both specialist or primary care settings. The course is designed to equip diabetes practitioners with clinical skills in the assessment and treatment of common psychological problems in people with diabetes.

The course has been jointly developed by the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery and the Institute of Psychiatry within King’s College London, and is taught using computer-based distance learning, together with 3 college-based study days spread out over one term. Because the course has an e-learning component, students will need access to a networked computer and be proficient in its use.

 

Further information

For more information on this course, contact Dr Angus Forbes at King’s College London, or download the Psychological Interventions Flyer (in pdf format)

 

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