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About the course
This course is aimed at registered podiatrists, physiotherapists and nurses, who wish to extend their scope of practice into the field of injection therapies in the foot and ankle. It may be of particular interest to those practitioners who have a keen interest in musculoskeletal (MSK) or surgical practice. It provides you with the opportunity to advance your practice using the theoretical knowledge which underpins the clinical practice of injection therapies in the foot and ankle.
Please note that the mentored clinical practice is not included within this course and must be undertaken under the supervision of a pre-arranged mentor. The University will support the supervised clinical practice in order to help you meet the requirements, but it is your responsibility to obtain a suitable mentor for the supervising roll. The mentor must be approved by the University
Teaching and assessment
You will be taught through a series of lectures, tutorials and workshops. Your studies will be supported by the University’s virtual learning environment.
Assessment will include a multiple choice examination paper and an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). Your module specification/course handbook will provide full details of the assessment criteria applying to your course.
Advance your practice through gaining the theoretical knowledge which underpins the clinical practice of injection therapies in the foot and ankle, and through successful completion of the mentored clinical practice gain the competencies required to undertake injection therapies.
The tuition fees for 2021/22 entry is £660 (Band 2) per 15 credit module and £1,320 (Band 2) per 30 credit module. There may be slight increase in 2022/23 courses.
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Entry requirements for this course are normally: Possess an Honours degree in Podiatry or an equivalent qualification. Individuals without Honours or with a Diploma in Podiatric Medicine will be considered on an individual basis by the admission team. Be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) or the relevant registration authority in your country of origin. If you trained overseas, you must be registered with an appropriate governing body.