Continuing Professional Development
Short course: Twinning Trends and Types
The course aims to make a complex topic more accessible to a range of professionals. An increased understanding can help professionals more effectively support families.
Health care professionals must demonstrate that they have participated in continuing professional development and this course will contribute to meeting that requirement. The course is accessible and asynchronous, allowing students to study at a time that is suitable for them.
One of the key aims of the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre is to promote excellence in education.
Who would benefit?
This course is aimed at health and social care practitioners and educators with an interest in learning more about multiple birth families. This course will be the first of a suite of short courses that explore how practitioners can support multiple birth families.
Module: The Individualised Care of Multiple Birth Families from Conception to One Year
This eLearning module is aimed at qualified health and social care practitioners wanting to enhance their knowledge and skills to support multiple birth families to an advanced level.
The module will take an interdisciplinary approach drawing on evidence, policies and research being carried out by the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre.
Module delivery and content
The module is delivered online only over 10 weeks. Content includes pre-recorded lectures, forums, quizzes and workbooks. This enables you to take a flexible approach to learning.