POD315 Local Anaesthesia and Nail Surgery
This module involves the theory and administration of Local anaesthetics enabling toe nail surgical procedures to be carried out..
Meets all or part of HCPC Standards of Proficiency: 1a.4, 2b.4,
HEAA312 Management and Leadership for Inter-professional Practice
This module builds on level 2 work to enable students to apply and evaluate models of management & inter-professional working within healthcare.
POD311 Pharmacology for Podiatry
This module takes a pharmaceutical approach to patient care and provides students with the opportunity to achieve the Certificate in Prescription Only Medicine. Students are exposed to theory relating to therapeutic management of the podiatry patient with complex medical disorders
Meets all or part of HCPC Standards of Proficiency: 2b.4
POD317 Podiatric Clinical Practice 3
This provides the student with the opportunity to develop the clinical and management skills to care for patients presenting with complex and unpredictable medical and surgical disorders.
Meets all or part of HCPC Standards of Proficiency:1a.1, 1a.7, 1a.8, 1b.1, 1b.2, 2a.1, 2a.4, 2b.1, 2b.3, 2c.1, 2c.2, 3a.2
POD318 Podiatric Clinical Practice 4
This module provides students with the opportunity to consolidate the range of skills required to care for patients presenting with complex medical disorders. Students will have the opportunity to attain the qualification necessary to enable them to apply to the HCPC to allow them to assume the role as an autonomous registered podiatry practitioner.
Meets all or part of HCPC Standards of Proficiency: 1a.1, 1a.5, 1a.6, 2b.1
POD313 Professional Skills for Practice Administration
This module will prepare the student to engage in private practice by introducing ethical, legal and other considerations which are relevant. It will also provide an opportunity to examine the evolving policy agenda that impacts on the organisation and delivery of health care and the practice of podiatry.
POD314 Research Project
During this module students will investigate systematically and in-depth an area of particular interest and direct relevance to the field of study. It is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop independence in research skills.
POD316 The High Risk Patient in Podiatric Practice
This module provides the student with opportunities to critically evaluate current theory regarding diagnosis and podiatric management of patients presenting with complex medical conditions where the lower limb is at risk.
Meets all or part of HCPC Standards of Proficiency: 3a.1