The Postgraduate Diploma in Wound Management and Tissue Viability is an exciting and highly clinically relevant one-year, part-time programme delivered by expert wound management professionals.
Comprised of six taught modules over two semesters, nurses and midwives from a variety of backgrounds and specialities will have the opportunity to explore and analyse existing theories and concepts that are fundamental in wound management and tissue viability.
Delivered online, this programme will provide you with guidance on the management of acute and chronic wounds in all healthcare settings and is based on good practice, current evidence and supporting guidance. You will have the opportunity to become part of an international, healthcare-focused learning community that's supported through collaborative group work, team building and networking opportunities.
The Wound Management and Tissue Viability programme team are renowned in their fields and can provide rich, dynamic and engaging online learning experiences for students who wish to immerse themselves in both evidence- and case-based studies.
Graduates of this diploma will gain an essential skillset to progress in their clinical nursing specialist career and those who wish to take a further step, may enrol onto the master's programme – the MSc in Wound Management and Tissue Viability – and undertake Year 2 of the full programme, completing a research project to gain a leading edge in their career progression.
Mode of delivery
The programme is delivered through a blend of online content and activities and live interactive sessions, offering a collaborative and supported student experience. You are encouraged to actively participate in the live seminars and activities; however, all live sessions are recorded and can be watched back if you have personal or work commitments.
Our experienced team have the skills, resources and technology to support and guide you, no matter your level of technical ability.