We're filtering to show you 47 courses.
If you participate in the care of patients in the operating room, our ten-week, Level 6 course will help to enhance your existing clinical knowledge and contribute towards your continuing professional development.
Perioperative Advances in Safe and Effective Patient Care is a Level 6 course which will help to enhance your existing clinical knowledge and competence, and contribute towards your continuing professional development.
As a healthcare professional, you need to be able to deliver safe standards of care during critical phases throughout the patient care pathway. The aim of this module is for you to work in acute areas and the post-anaesthetic care area.
As an NMC registrant, this work-based module will give you a formal opportunity to self-record and develop your practice to achieve Stage 3 Practice Teacher status. You'll work towards a recordable local qualification that satisfies NMC requirements for due regard in the supervision of student health visitors, school nurses and occupational health nurses.
Our course introduces some of the key principles and attributes of postgraduate learning and gives you a number of the skills you'll need to study successfully at postgraduate level.
Develop your skills in the field of anaesthesia with our Principles and Practices of Anaesthesia module. It’s designed for post-registration nurses to cover the basic principles of anaesthesia and relevant pharmacology and forms part of your continuing professional development. This module is part of our Operating Department Practice BSc (Hons) course.
If you're passionate about helping to promote and protect people's health, our degree course is for you. You’ll have opportunities to develop practical and professional skills, engage with employers, interpret and report upon data, and get hands-on experience with a work placement.
With the increased emphasis on research-based practice over the last decade, our module ensures that established practitioners who wish to undertake further educational programmes are conversant with research methodology and the application of theory to practice in their field.
Our postgraduate module will give you a critical overview of the main methodologies and designs applied to research in health. You'll explore the theoretical dilemmas which underlie the process of inquiry and develop your knowledge in order to support effective, evidence-based practice.
This is a one day taught workshop which will introduce the principles and real world application of RCA process and report presentation. A practical approach will be supported by the use of a workbook to enable learning in the practice setting.
Our Postgraduate Medical Institute offers a range of simulation and skills courses in its high-fidelity simulation suite. Our experienced and enthusiastic trainers aim to improve the way acute, life-threatening events are managed by healthcare teams, and by so doing, improve patient safety.
Boost your skills and knowledge of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) techniques with our three-day, advanced-level workshop in Chelmsford. Ideal for mental health practitioners with experience of using SFBT.
Add solution-focused brief therapy techniques to your repertoire, by exploring their development and application as a practical and useful tool in everyday situations.
This module will give you the knowledge and skills to work as a surgical first assistant, providing non interventional assistance to surgeons during operations and delivering safe and effective care to patients. It's a structured programme, based on the current national guidance which was developed by the Perioperative Care Collaborative (PCC, 2012).
Introducing the basic principles of diabetes care, which are applicable to a wide range of health care settings.
This workshop which will cover the theory and skills required for successful venepuncture and cannulation.
Expand your communication skills to deal effectively with challenges in everyday clinical interactions with those who experience voice-hearing or 'psychosis'.