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Hull T34 Syringe Pump, Subcutaneous Therapy, Medicines Management & Dose Ca...
Mon 4 September 2017, 09:30 – 17:00 BST
Subcutaneous Cannulation Training
- The subcutaneous route for drug and hydration therapy
- The history of subcutaneous infusions
- Drugs used in palliative care
- Subcutaneous cannula insertion
- Monitoring and managing cannula and infusions
T34™ Ambulatory Syringe Pump Training
- Roles and responsibilities in relation to local policy for medical device management
- How the device is to be used safely and effectively in your clinical area
- Relate the criteria for selecting and managing the infusion device, associated disposables and accessories
- Practical session in setting up, managing and troubleshooting the pump
Medicines Management and Drug Dose Calculation
The seven rights of medicine administration
Legal framework of medicines management in social care/community setting
RGN scope, role, responsibilities and accountability for managing medicines
Incident reporting and the consequences of wrong drug/dose administration
Calculating medicine dosage
Qualified Registered General Nurse (RGN).
This training is suitable for:
- Nurses who work in care homes, palliative care, hospices, and with patients in the community.
- Nurses who require full training or refresher training.
- Newly qualified nurses or more advanced practitioners.
Course duration: 6.5 hours (including breaks)
Our continuous professional development training is awarded with the Skills for Health Quality Mark. Our T34 Syringe pump training is RCN Accredited.
All our courses are delivered by specialist trainers and training counts towards your learning hours and revalidation.