Professional Development Modules
At the School of Nursing and Human Sciences, a variety of contemporary practice focused modules have been developed to respond to the educational needs of nurses and other healthcare professionals. Some are in partnership with healthcare institutions, the HSE and both statutory and voluntary sector organisations. We use a variety of teaching and assessment methods to ensure these modules are an enjoyable educational experience for participants. All are supported by our online learning environment Loop which facilitates student learning during modules. These modules are available nationally or within DCU and can run specifically for services on request. Please contact Dr Louise Hopper for further information. The School welcomes the opportunity to develop new modules that address the ever-changing education needs of the health care sector.
Delivered at Centres of Nurse Education in collaboration with DCU
Delivered at Temple Street Children's University Hospital in collaboration with DCU
NS480 Caring for Children with an Inherited Metabolic Disorder (Details of next intake available shortly)
NS485 Nursing Care of Children with Diabetes (Application Form) (Closed for Semester One Applications)
NS487 Cooperative Learning: Service Improvement Leadership for Mental Health (Closed for Applications)
NS4022 Principles and Practice of Peer Support and Peer Advocacy in Mental Health (Closed for Applications)
Delivered in DCU in collaboration with the Homeless Agency
NS431 Nursing Individuals with Diabetes (Closed for Applications)
NS4013 Service Improvement with Cooperative Learning (Closed for Applications)
It is also possible to take a range of modules on a stand alone basis from our existing Degree, Masters and Doctorate programmes. Please go to the following links and contact the relevant co-ordinator to confirm module availability.