Challenge your knowledge of cardiac facts, terms and procedures by answering randomly chosen questions fo varying difficulty. Score 60% or better to progress through each of the 5 levels.
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The emotional dimension of dementia.
The importance of effective strategies to help people experiencing difficult emotions.
Explore a range of situations where we can have a major impact on a person with dementia through our actions.
The process of diagnosis and its impact.
Help and support available, key professional roles and skills and multidisciplinary support services.
Anti-dementia drugs and non-pharmacological treatments.
The person with dementia as a unique individual.
The importance of knowing their background and life history.
Abilities people with a dementia retain in spite of the difficulties they face.
How dementia impacts on families, friends and community and the support that is needed.
Views of dementia in the media.
Facts and common misconceptions about dementia.
Common symptoms, clinical terminology and causes of symptoms.
This module begins with a look at alternatives to acute admission in adult general psychiatry.
A video tutorial on how users can access and use the ERNIE database on the NICE website. (YouTube video)
The main focus of this learning object is depression amongst older people. The learning object begins by highlighting some of the problems with defining and diagnosing 'depression' and then goes on to discuss the estimated numbers of older people that are thought to suffer from the condition. Next you will consider what makes people more or less vulnerable to developing depression in later life. Finally you will look at effective treatments for depression and explanations for why it so often remains unrecognised in older people.
The SRU interface for Open Access to research at Leeds Met
Introduces the concept of ANTT, used to prevent infection during clinical procedures; includes a video demonstration.