The Accident and Emergency Workshop is designed to provide learners with the underpinning concepts to explore the care given in an emergency care setting to patients and in order to develop participantâ€™s knowledge and skills in the accident and emergency care.
RCNi Learning is designed to help nurses meet continuing professional development requirements and to help students bridge the gap between theory and practice. Featuring 135 interactive learning modules on a wide variety of specialities. To discover more about our courses, click View Course.
This is a half-day update training course for experienced cervical liquid-based cytology sample takers (smear takers). The update includes sessions to discuss current changes in the NHSCSP and introduction of new policies with interactive quizzes and case studies.
Referrals to gynaecology are one of the highest of any specialty. With better access to self-help, patient information, diagnostics and medical treatments many of these can be managed in primary care. This training day will use case based discussion to apply latest evidence aiming to improve the aw
This three-hour training session follows the recommendations by the NICE guidelines (2014) and is aimed at any health professional who has direct contact with patients. Domestic abuse affects 1 in 4 women, 1 in 6 men and costs the NHS ÂŁ1.2 billion for physical injuries each year alone.
This six month multi-professional cardiovascular disease (CVD) course is aimed at health care professionals (doctors, nurses, dietitians, physiotherapists and pharmacists) who have a role in the delivery and management of care for patients and their families experiencing and at risk of CVD.
The course will teach current best practice in wound management. An overview of wounds and wound assessment will include traumatic wounds, skin tears and surgical wounds, together with cleansing and swabbing techniques.
The course aims to equip health care professionals with the skills required to provide individualised pre-travel consultations at a basic competence level. This will be measured against the RCN competencies framework for travel health medicine.
More people with Type 2 Diabetes are now requiring insulin therapy. This conversion is increasingly being made in Primary Care. This sixteen week module aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of the health care practitioner to initiate insulin therapy in such individuals.
This two day leg ulcer course will offer knowledge and skills on lower limb assessment and management. The impact of leg ulceration will be discussed, including the theory and practice of compression bandaging and Doppler assessment.
This day aims to provide an update for those providing contraception and sexual health care in primary care or other settings, using challenging cases and up to date evidence to improve the care offered for patients presenting with contraception, sexual health and unplanned pregnancy advice.
This interactive session is for health care professionals who are already involved or wishing to start carrying out the 6-8 week baby check. The session will cover the importance of the 6-8 week baby check and focuses on the four key screening areas; eyes, heart, hips and testes.