30
Aug

0
Epilepsy Awareness Course

Epilepsy Awareness Course

This Epilepsy Awareness course provides guidance on how to help your patient/client having a seizure and how to plan ahead to minimise any danger of injury during seizures.

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterised by recurrent seizures. Its effects can be extremely distressful and debilitating for sufferers and anyone present during a seizure.

30
Aug

0
Diabetes Awareness and Insulin Administration

Diabetes Awareness and Insulin Administration

This Diabetes Awareness and Insulin Administration course caters for those who are responsible for or working with people with diabetes to ensure you look after the welfare and well-being of patients/clients with the condition. This includes healthcare professionals not specialising in diabetes.

30
Aug

0
Catheter Care Training

Catheter Care Training

Good catheter care involves good hygiene, observation, infection control, monitoring well-being and prevention of issues associated with catheterisation. This Catheter Care training covers all these issues to maximise the benefits and minimise the issues of catheterisation for your patient/client group.

30
Aug

0
Basic Clinical Observations Training

Basic Clinical Observations Training

Health & social care staff taking basic clinical observations, also know as baseline baseline observations, are required to show evidence that they have completed training and their competency to take and record basic clinical observations. This is a procedure being carried out by carers both in nursing and residential homes as well as across community-based settings.

30
Aug

0

Anaphylaxis & Epipen Training

Our Anaphylaxis & Epipen training course is essential for anyone who needs to be aware of the diagnosis and treatment of anaphylactic shock. It is a must for those involved in the administration of rescue medication.

26
Aug

0
Diabetes Training

Diabetes Training

Diabetes Training is invaluable for those who are supporting individuals with the condition whether it be a family member, friend or patient. Today there are around 3 million people in the UK with diabetes. Up to 850,000 of those people don’t even know they have the condition.

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