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Prehabilitation and Rehabilitation for people living with cancer

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The aim of this module is to develop specialist knowledge and skills to implement prehabilitation and rehabilitation interventions across the pathway to help patients living with cancer manage side effects from cancer treatments. 

The module is designed to be a combination of online learning and three face to face days at the University.

E-learning sessions with content focussing on an in depth look at a different time of need/ stage in the cancer pathway (e.g., diagnosis/prehab, during & after treatment, palliative care)

A series of masterclasses are provided by key experts on aspects of:

  • Personalised care and support
  • Cancer prehabilitation
  • Cancer rehabilitation and symptom management
  • Consequences of treatments
  • Service development and improvement
  • You will be supported to understand and critically analyse the evidence and research that supports prehabilitation, rehabilitation and personalised care.

By the end of this module you will be able to;

  • Critically appraise the evidence base for a range of prehabilitation and rehabilitation interventions for managing side effects from a variety of cancer treatments.
  • Analyse and evaluate the factors and processes that facilitate effective collaboration within a multidisciplinary team, which encourages the creation, implementation and maintenance of prehabilitation and rehabilitation services.
  • Critically appraise the service and the service environment through engaging with practice-based situations, identifying the relevance of contemporary policy drivers for the safe implementation of integrated service delivery of prehabilitation and rehabilitation interventions to manage treatment side effects.
  • Use a variety of models, reflect upon your learning during this module and self-assess your knowledge, skills and attitudes, around implementing effective pathways for patients living with cancer accessing prehabilitation and rehabilitation services to minimise treatment side effects.

Fees and Funding for 2022/23

Indicative price for stand-alone module

Home student: £710

EU/International students: £710

Funding

This module attracts Workforce Development / Workforce Transformation funding WDF/WTF by the following schemes:

How to apply

To apply for a self-funded place, please complete and return the application form below:


To apply for a Workforce Development / Workforce Transformation funding WDF/WTF funded place, please complete and return the relevant application form below:

Further information and Workforce Development Funding / CPD Funding online application form

  • Entry requirements

    Closing Date for applications is Tuesday 7th March 2023

     

    You will need to gain full consent from your employer before applying, with a guarantee of release from work to attend 3 taught university days. The employer should also support independent study leave (as per local policies in the workplace).

     

    You will need a minimum knowledge attainment before being accepted onto the course. This may include:

    • An undergraduate or postgraduate honours degree, or equivalent (such as Apprenticeship training or overseas training), in a relevant subject.
    • Working in a role in the United Kingdom in a healthcare, health promotion, or public health setting, within an appropriate area of expertise (including cancer prevention, treatment, prehabilitation and / or rehabilitation).
    • Sufficient work experience or prior training in cancer therapy, treatments and supportive care, and in prehabilitation, rehabilitation and personalised care.

    You must work with people in cancer services at least 70% of the working week.

  • Attendance

    Delivery Method:

    Blended Learning this module will involve a limited number of face-to-face study days supported by online distance learning activities

    View our statement on notional study hours »

    Provisional timetable

    Blended Learning this module will involve 3 face to face study days supported by online distance learning activities

    Closing date for applications is Tuesday 7th March 2023

    Module start date: Monday 24th April 2023

    Face to face teaching dates: Tuesday 2nd May, Wednesday 3rd May, Tuesday 13th June 2023

    View our statement on timetable changes »

  • Assessment

    • Presentation

    Successful completion of this module will earn you 15 level 7 credits

Further details

For further information please contact the module leader Jo McNamara - Joanna.mcnamara@shu.ac.uk or contact the student experience team:


AlliedHealth@shu.ac.uk

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