This is the HEAT Module on Non-Communicable Diseases, Emergency Care and Mental Health.
Nottingham Business School’s programme forum
This module provides an overview of nuclear energy policy.
This module provides an overview of nuclear reactor design and operation.
This module provides an overview of general health and safety legislation, as well as legislation that is specific to operating and managing nuclear licensed sites.
This module was developed to facilitate the acquisition of number skills for prospective candidates wishing to enter Health and Social Care Programmes.
This the HEAT Module on Nutrition.
This unit introduces you to nutrition issues in health and social care settings. It looks at nutrients from a scientific perspective, and also explains the role that food plays in social situations. You will investigate the importance of nutrition for different population groups, and relate this to health risks, as well as to factors that influence food intakes. Finally, you will carry out a study of the food intake of one individual, analyse it and prepare a plan to improve that person’s nutritional intake.
This course introduces nutritional concepts in health and disease and includes practical applications of that knowledge for nursing assistants and direct caregivers. Special emphasis is given to the unique nutrition and hydration needs of elderly patient populations.
This short course is designed as a follow on to observing evenings, planetarium shows or astronomy events run by the South East Physics Network (SEPnet). However, it can also be used as a stand-alone course. The course is designed to take your knowledge further and enhance your experience about the night sky and explore other places where you can find out more.
Opening Educational Practices in Scotland project reports and briefings
This is the old openlearn sitemap