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January 2019

Understanding Investigations


Aims and Objectives: The Understanding Investigations Course will enable delegates to increase their knowledge of clinical investigations so enabling them to empathise with patients and increase the effectiveness of patient care. This course is equally suited to both new and experienced staff who have responsibility to administer investigations and results. It is also highly appropriate for staff who encounter pathology terms and abbreviations in the course of their work, and who would like to have a clearer understanding of them.…

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Introduction to Ear Irrigation


The following course is aimed at those new to ear irrigation (syringing), teaching the theory and practice. Using the Propulse irrigator, it is based on the guidance and protocols set by the Rotherham Earcare Centre recognised for their excellence in evidence-based practice. Booking Form

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February 2019

Summarising Medical Notes


The aim of this half day interactive workshop is to provide information regarding all aspects of the process of summarising medical notes. The workshop will aim to bring clarity and consistency to the summarising process whilst providing those staff responsible for summarising with key information regarding the production of valid and accurate summaries. The relevance of electronic medical records will be explored in relation to current developments within the NHS. The impact of particular clinical data will be covered with…

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Phlebotomy Update

February 7 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

This course is aimed at those who are currently taking venous blood samples and wish to update their phlebotomy (venepuncture) skills and demonstrate their continuing competence - includes a review of the theory and practice of taking blood from the arm and dorsum of the hand. Booking Form

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Basic Life Support, Anaphylaxis & Defib


This BLS training will be informal but highly professional, interactive as well as fun! NHS guidelines are that BLS and Anaphylaxis Management training should be annual for all clinical staff and every 3 years for non-clinical staff. Training will be delivered by individuals with direct experience of carrying out resuscitation on adults, children and infants; and with personal experience of anaphylaxis, ensuring all training is conducted with authority and a high degree of professionalism. Training will cover adult, child and…

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Modular Mental Health Programme for Herts GPs – Module 1

February 26 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
HPFT, The Colonnades, The Colonnades, Beaconsfield Road
Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 8YE United Kingdom
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Escalating Concerns and Risk (Safeguarding) Booking Form

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Advanced Medical Terminology

February 28 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Aims and Objectives: The one-day Advanced Medical Terminology Course is designed to increase delegates’ knowledge of medical terminology in certain areas in order to develop their own competence and confidence and maximise the effectiveness of patient care. The objectives of the course are to enable delegates to be able to: Consolidate their knowledge of medical terminology; State the meaning of medical prefixes and suffixes at an advanced level; Identify root words and basic anatomy of: Digestive system, Dermatology, Nervous system,…

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March 2019

Ear Irrigation Update


A review of the theory and practice of ear irrigation (ear syringing) using the Propulse irrigator for those currently undertaking ear irrigation in their workplace. This update is aimed at those practitioners who have previously attended an introductory course and wish to update their knowledge and skills and demonstrate their continuing competence. Booking Form

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Effective Chaperoning


This course is aimed at non-clinical staff, including receptionists, medical secretaries, practice managers, working within the healthcare environment who may be called upon to act as a formal chaperone, encouraging them to explore their roles and responsibilities when asked to chaperone patients. Booking Form

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Recruiting and Selecting the Right Candidate


Recruiting and selecting the right person is accomplished by using systematic and fair processes, including defining and describing the job, agreeing appropriate terms, attracting the right candidates, interviewing, selecting and making the offer of employment. The process is time-consuming and expensive, and a poor decision can have disastrous consequences! Those carrying out recruitment and selection should be properly trained and be aware of the relevant employment legislation so as to avoid any potential discrimination. There is also a requirement under…

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