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D13 Adolescent Health Medicine.

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D13 Adolescent Health Medicine.
Dates of Event
3rd July 2017 – 7th July 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event
30th June 2017
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Description

This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the distinct health needs of adolescents, as well as the wider determinants of health of this age group.

 

The curriculum will be based on the RCPCH e-learning programme in Adolescent Health, which covers the following 13 modules:

 

  • Introduction: Health and Illness in Adolescence
  • Healthy Development
  • Legal Framework
  • Communication and Consultation with Young People
  • Health Promotion and Advocacy
  • Chronic Conditions and Transition
  • Concordance/Adherence
  • Youth Friendly Services
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Self-Harm and common Mental Problems
  • Substance Use and Misuse
  • Overweight and Underweight
  • Common Medical Condition

 

This course can be taken as a taster course or as a short course. Participants who successfully complete an ICH taster course are assessed and can gain UCL credit when they register for a full UCL postgraduate programme. They can also request a certificate of attendance if they so wish. Taster students wishing to convert credits earned at UCL to a Certificate, Diploma or Degree programme through ‘Accreditation of Prior Learning’ must apply within 5 academic years of taking the taster module. Participants who successfully complete a short course at ICH receive a certificate of attendance, but they are not assessed and do not receive UCL credit.

 

Short course participants need only register through the UCL Online Store to attend. Taster course participants will be required to complete a supplemental application form after completing their online registration.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ich

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