- History Taking
- Minor Aliments
- Minor Injuries
- Dissection room visit
- Plastering and suturing
- Delivered by specialist GPs and lecturers in primary care
This flexible course aims to foster professional development through increasing assessment and examination knowledge and skills, in order to produce knowledgeable, skilled and reflective healthcare practitioners. The course focusses on history taking and examination of the body systems and provides practitioners with a systematic and structured method in assessing patients.
This course meets the following areas aspects listed on the NMC guidance sheet 3:
Examples of CPD activities in the ‘How to Revalidate’ NMC booklet.
- Structured direct learning style through completion of course workbook and direct teaching.
- Participatory learning through peer assessment clinical practical exams every week, use of group work, case studies and problem based learning.
- Learning objectives, outcomes and session notes completed.
- At the end of the course delegates are awarded a certificate with 40 CPDUK accredited hours of activity.
- The competency document requires 50 hours of Self arranged structured clinical supervision. This will require sign off by your clinical mentor and contributes to practice hours completed.
Neurology and Abdominal Assessment Practice
History Taking Exam
Abdominal Disorders with overview gynae
Skin Disorders in Primary Care
Overview of headaches and back pain
Cardio – respiratory Assessment
ENT Assessment, ENT Injuries and disorders
Maxilla facial injuries
Eye Assessment and Injuries
Funduscopy and Practicals
Dissection Room: Anatomy of Thorax
Upper Limb Injuries: Elbow, wrist and hand
Upper Limb Assessment
Upper Limb Case Studies
Dissection Room Upper and Lower Limbs
Upper and Lower Limb Practical Exam
Lower Limb Anatomy and Assessment
Case Studies Lower Limbs
Overview of Wound Care and Dressing
Overview of Plastering and Suturing