Certificate in Principles of Integrated Care
The Certificate in Principles of Integrated Care is a 15 credit, level 9 Special Purpose Award involving a single module delivered online over one semester (12 weeks). The programme is a collaborative development between Munster Technological University (MTU) and the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC). The aim of the programme is to critically explore the key pillars of integrated care (principles) in order to engage with the concept from an individual, community, organisational and international perspective. The programme is designed to be inclusive of a cross sectoral mix of professionals working in public and NGO services that interact with people who have longitudinal and complex care needs.
The programme is delivered fully online to facilitate interested learners to engage in this unique and specialist programme which reflects contemporary health and social care policy nationally and internationally.The programme is structured in a manner that will allow practitioners to engage in continued professional development at their own pace and is flexible around their work schedule. The programme involves a learning bundle that includes a combination of directed study material, recorded lectures and live webinars facilitated by national and international experts in the area of integrated care.
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This programme will be delivered over one semester (12 weeks) online.
Deadline for applications Thursday, 24 November 2022