Bridging the Dementia Divide

Bridging the Dementia Divide

Description

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates there are currently 35.6 million people living with dementia, a number which will double by 2030 and triple by 2050 (WHO, 2012). Dementia has already had a significant impact on society, and this will only increase.

It is important to understand the challenges of living with dementia as well as understanding the importance of providing the correct care for people with dementia.

This course will look at the global challenge of dementia. It focuses on integrative collaboration and partnership working to reduce barriers between services and provide seamless care for people living with dementia.

Course format

Online learning, self-guided course

Prerequisites

The course is free and widely available for anyone to take part in regardless of age, location or education status.

However, there are some basic requirements. You will need access to the internet whether it is on your PC, tablet, mobile or other electronic devices ,as well as a valid email address to register with our online learning environment in order to take part in the course.

You will need to agree to the terms and conditions before you start the course which will be available when you enrol.

 Institution

University of Derby

 Instructor

David, Ian and Pauline

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  Information

Language English
Self-paced Yes
Hours of study 12 hours
EQF-Level EQF level 3
Rights Open license: (re-)use it
Requirements Free admittance
Cost Free of charge
Delivery mode Learn anywhere online
QA Quality assured
Massive Massive
Full Course Experience Full course experience
Provider OpenupEd
25-Jun-2018
Bridging the Dementia Divide
https://www.derby.ac.uk/online/mooc/bridging-dementia-divide
The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates there are currently 35.6 million people living with dementia, a number which will double by 2030 and triple by 2050 (WHO, 2012). Dementia has already had a significant impact on society, and this will only increase.

It is important to understand the challenges of living with dementia as well as understanding the importance of providing the correct care for people with dementia.

This course will look at the global challenge of dementia. It focuses on integrative collaboration and partnership working to reduce barriers between services and provide seamless care for people living with dementia.
English
Self-paced
Start anytime
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12
University of Derby
http://www.derby.ac.uk/online/free-courses
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Online learning, self-guided course
The course is free and widely available for anyone to take part in regardless of age, location or education status.

However, there are some basic requirements. You will need access to the internet whether it is on your PC, tablet, mobile or other electronic devices ,as well as a valid email address to register with our online learning environment in order to take part in the course.

You will need to agree to the terms and conditions before you start the course which will be available when you enrol.
For more information about the EFQ levels click here
EQF level 3
David, Ian and Pauline
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Bridging the Dementia Divide
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