For students attending the course Treatment of Disease Process Including Behavioural and Psychiatric Symptoms, 5 credits course code 9H1030

The fifth course in the Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians includes two parts: treatment/attitude in practice, and medico-legal aspects, respectively.

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Schedule/course overview

Overview of Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians

About the course

The module comprises 5 credits and lasts for ten weeks.

It includes two parts: treatment/attitude in practice, and medico-legal aspects, respectively.

In this module, you develop your skills and ability to find solutions to the problems that arise when the dementia patient's autonomy decreases and he/she becomes increasingly dependent on a sympathetic environment. Many of the challenges in dementia care are about seeing the big picture and not "medicalise" problems, or difficulties to be solved by measures other than purely medical.

Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians

This is the fifth of eight courses comprising the Master's Courses in Dementia Care for Physicians. None of the courses can be taken separately. The courses are offered as contract eduction, meaning that you can not buy a place on the course for yourself, contract education can only be bought by an employer for their employees.

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