AIMS & OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the day nurses will be able to:
Ensure that the physical and psychological aspects of care are related to
Name the indications for use of the peripheral intravenous cannula.
Know the relevant physiology for cannulation.
Know and apply the principles of aseptic technique to cannulation.
Know the criteria for the choice of both vein and size of cannula.
Name the potential problems which may be encountered.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
In order to attend this course it is important that you: -
You have attended an IV Drugs Administration Course and are deemed competent
Are not on annual leave for the next 6 weeks
Will be able to use this competency on average at least twice each week
Have a competent mentor to supervise your practice
Complete all the assessments within 3 months
Your manager must be aware and have nominated you for this course.
LENGTH: 1/2 Day
TIME:9.00am - 1.00pm
Tuesday 19th February 2013 - Seaview Room, Southlands Hospital (Full)
St Richards Dates:
Wednesday 13th March 2013 - Bateman Room, CMEC, Chichester (Full)
Further dates to be advised.
COST: £50 per place
HOW TO APPLY:
Complete an External Application Form and send it to the Learning & Development Unit, 3 Liverpool Gardens, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 1TF
This page was last updated by L&D on the 13th February 2013 (KE)