Courses 16-30 (out of 69). Course in Health Care in Europe
69 Results in Health Care, Europe
The Musculoskeletal System: The Science of Staying Active into Old Age Course - The University of Sheffield
Demystify the ageing process and learn how our everyday behaviours are likely to affect our long-term musculoskeletal health.
Childhood Adversity: The Impact of Childhood Maltreatment on Mental Health Course - UCL (University College London)
Explore the connection between childhood adversity and mental health, and enhance your knowledge of mental health in young people.
Autism is a highly varied condition and can be associated with exceptional academic ability through intellectual disability.
Understand how to recognise depression and low mood in teenagers and learn how to help.
Discover the human abdomen and how it works.
Explore how nutrition and environmental factors such as toxins influence your chance of developing human disease.
Learn about the origins of consumer psychology and examine how consumer behaviour can be influenced by a range of factors.
Learn more about dyslexia, and gain practical teaching tools and insights to help dyslexic students learn foreign languages.
Understanding the nature and value of play through the course of our lives, across cultures and communities.
Learn how to use cognitive psychology experiments to explore the internal workings of the mind with this online psychology course.
Learn about anxiety and discover helpful strategies to support young people struggling with anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Explore perioperative medicine and how you can improve care for the high-risk surgical patient. Join this RCoA endorsed course.
Get an introduction to managing anxiety disorders in teenagers, with a course ideal for teachers and healthcare professionals.
Explore new and better ways of organising health and social care services to improve quality with this free CPD-certified course.
Understand the connection between physical and mental health, and improve your ability to identify symptoms and sources of help.