The is a one day course that involves teaching candidates how to safely administer IV drugs, this includes preparation, infection control and health and safety. The course covers a section on the recognition and treatment of anaphylaxis taught through the process of a patient journey.
The course also teaches ECG basics, emergency scenarios and communication skills.
|27/06/2019||08.30-16.30||TRN 3, Education and Training Centre|
|16/07/2019||08.30-16.30||TRN 4, Education and Training Centre|
|13/08/2019||08.30-16.30||TRN 4, Education and Training Centre|
|25/09/2019||08.30-16.30||TRN 3, Education and Training Centre|
|24/10/2019||08.30-16.30||TRN 3, Education and Training Centre|
|27/11/2019||08.30-16.30||TRN 4, Education and Training Centre|
|18/12/2019||08.30-16.30||TRN 4, Education and Training Centre|
Expected Learning Outcomes
- Safely demonstrate preparation and administration of any IV medication.
- How to safely recognise and treat anaphylaxis.
- Peform ECG monitoring and recognise acutely abnormal ECG.
Free for internal staff
£120 for external staff
How to Book
To book a place, please contact the PDN team on Ext: 4009 or via email coc-tr.PracticeDevelopmentTeam@nhs.net Please ensure your Manager is happy for you to undertake the course.