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Learning Disability - Enabling Health Inclusion for Service-Users (Lvl 7)

About the course

Who should attend this course?

This module is designed to enhance the preparation of learning disability and/or mental health nurses and other health care professionals who are beginning and/or aspiring to actively support the health inclusion agenda within their spheres of practice and responsibility.

Course content

  • 'Policy drivers' for inclusive health services.
  • Barriers and strategies for mainstream health service access.
  • Approaches to gathering evidence for health inclusion interventions.
  • Presentation and marketing of health inclusion initiatives.


Work-based health inclusion project proposal.

Eligibility will be determined upon application. Level 7 study applicants must hold a minimum of a first Degree or equivalent. Please indicate clearly your intended level of study on application. Academic credits from this course may be transferred into other BSc/MSc Professional Programmes at UH.

Teaching methods

The module is taught at the College Lane Campus and is facilitated by lecturers with expertise in the area from the University and invited external speakers



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23/09/201617/01/2017Apply online (Part Time)
20/01/201723/05/2017Apply online (Part Time)
27/05/201719/09/2017Apply online (Part Time)


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23/09/201717/01/2018Apply online (Part Time)
20/01/201823/05/2018Apply online (Part Time)
27/05/201819/09/2018Apply online (Part Time)

Course fees

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Contract funding for NHS staff

The University is contracted by the NHS to provide post-registration education/CPD and training for its health professionals. If you are an NHS employee contact the senior manager responsible for post-registration education/CPD in your Trust to check if the course you wish to attend can be supported by the Trust's contract with our University.