Nottingham Centre for the Advancement of Research into Supportive, Palliative and End-of-life Care (NCARE)
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Postgraduate Courses

The School of Health Sciences offers postgraduate study in health and social care which includes a pathway in palliative and end of life care.

This exciting programme offers postgraduate students a broad spectrum of higher level study relating to palliative and end of life issues for home and international students. The course is offered at three levels, from certificate to diploma and masters, combining a mixture of distance and face-to-face learning:

For further information please visit our prospectus pages: 


Evaluation of End of Life Care Learning Events - Using the EMET tool

Over the last four years we have developed and validated the East Midlands Evaluation Toolkit (EMET) with funding support from the East Midlands Strategic Health Authority (now Health Education East Midlands) and the National End of Life Care programme.

The EMET evaluation tool contains three validated questionnaires, Tools A, B and C, that can be used over a period of time to help evaluate practitioner’s self-assessed changes in practice after attending a range of end of life education/learning events: Tool A for use pre-learning event, Tool B for use immediately post-learning event, and Tool C for longer term follow-up.

For more information about using the Evaluation Toolkit please contact Becky Whittaker at evaluationtoolkit@nottingham.ac.uk

Contact us

For further details, please contact the pathway leader Becky Whittaker.

PhD projects

We welcome applications from students wishing to undertake a PhD within our specific research areas.

You might also be interested to view our ongoing PhD studies and completed PhD projects.

For further details, please contact Dr Kristian Pollock.

 

 

Nottingham Centre for the Advancement of Research into Supportive, Palliative and End-of-life Care (NCARE)

The University of Nottingham
School of Health Sciences
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA


email: kristian.pollock@nottingham.ac.uk