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Author Topic: Supporting People Living with Long-term Conditions, Future Learn  (Read 860 times)
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« on: May 02, 2016, 10:48:47 AM »

Supporting People Living with Long-term Conditions

Free course on Future Learn
Starts 25 July
3 weeks, 2 hours per week

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/supporting-long-term-conditions

ABOUT THE COURSE
There are some 15 million people in the UK currently living with a long-term condition and many more millions worldwide. Many are living with more than one long-term condition, which is impacting on both their physical and psychological wellbeing.

Learning with academic experts and practitioners from Kingís College London, as well as other healthcare professionals worldwide, you will explore some of the key issues such as:

How can long-term conditions be defined?
What are the social and economic impacts of living with a long-term condition?
What are the links between effective symptom management and living well?
How can individuals be supported in self-management?
Can telehealth/telemedicine aid those living with chronic conditions to remain independent?
How can inter-professional working educate and empower both patients and their families or carers to be actively engaged in decision making?
How does having a long-term condition affect a carerís health and their relationships?
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