Work Related Professional Skills – Urology and Continence

Urological and continence problems are distressing conditions with a variety of causes that can affect adults from any social, economic, racial or ethnic background. They cause emotional, physical and financial suffering to the individual, the family and others concerned. This module seeks to enable the practitioner to enhance the knowledge and skills required to support this client group.

 

Module Code  NM6125
Level 6
Credits 20
Cost Contact Admissions

 

The aims of the module are to:
  • Enhance your knowledge and critical understanding of urological care and facilitate the application of underpinning theory to different practice settings.
  • Provide practitioners with the advanced skills necessary to participate actively in the management of continence in their area of practice.
 
 
By the end of the module, you will have an understanding of anatomy and physiology, urological investigations, management and treatment options, clinical competencies.
 
 
KSF – Core Dimensions 
 
This module contributes to the following core dimensions: 
1 Communication
2 Personal and People Development
3 Health, Safety and Security
4 Service Improvement
5 Quality
6 Equality and Diversity
 
 
 
For further information on the module, 
please contact:
For application information, 
please contact:
Mike Bellis
Senior Lecturer / Module Leader
Faculty of Health and Social Care
University of Chester
Riverside Campus
Castle Drive
Chester, CH1 1SL
 
T: 01244 512276
E: m.bellis@chester.ac.uk
Debra Ollerhead
Wirral Integrated Continence
Service
3 Port Causeway
Bromborough
Wirral, CH62 4NH
 
 
T: 0151 643 5330
E: debra.ollerhead@wirralct.nhs.uk
Health and Social Care Admissions
University of Chester
Parkgate Road
Chester CH1 4BJ
 
T: 01244 511000
E: hscadmissions@chester.ac.uk