Study Diabetes at Ulster University

We have a variety of interesting courses to study.


View course page for Diabetes - PgCert

A strong foundation in postgraduate diabetes education with particular emphasis on the science underlying this global healthcare problem.

Part-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2019/20

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View course page for Diabetes - PgCert

A strong foundation in postgraduate diabetes education with particular emphasis on the science underlying this global healthcare problem.

Part-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2020/21

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View course page for Health Psychology - MSc

Flexible, innovative learning: a global perspective on health psychology.

Part-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2019/20

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View course page for Health Psychology - MSc

Flexible, innovative learning: a global perspective on health psychology.

Full-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2019/20

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View course page for Health Psychology - MSc

Flexible, innovative learning: a global perspective on health psychology.

Part-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2020/21

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View course page for Health Psychology - MSc

Flexible, innovative learning: a global perspective on health psychology.

Full-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2020/21

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View course page for Health Psychology Interventions and Behaviour change

This short course explores how psychological theories and models of behaviour change are applied to intervention strategies to maintain well-being.

Part-time Postgraduate Short course and CPD

Year of entry: 2019/20

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View course page for Lower Limb Preservation in Diabetes - PgCert/PgDip/MSc

Raising the standard of Lower Limb Preservation in Diabetes through consensus of evidence based "best practice" in patient care at all stages.

Part-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2019/20

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View course page for Lower Limb Preservation in Diabetes - PgCert/PgDip/MSc

Raising the standard of Lower Limb Preservation in Diabetes through consensus of evidence based "best practice" in patient care at all stages.

Part-time Postgraduate course

Year of entry: 2020/21

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