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Emergency And Critical Care Nursing Online

Royal Veterinary College

2 years ago
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Date: Monday 25th September, 2023 - Sunday 5th November, 2023
Start time: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Duration: 6 hour(s)
Cost: £350

Key Areas
Introduction and the emergency team and triage
Intravenous fluid therapy
The cardiorespiratory patient
Medical emergencies
Surgical emergencies
Critical care

About this course
The phone rings and an emergency is on its way down to the clinic. Are you and the team prepared?

Many nurses find emergency work stressful and overwhelming, but it can be exhilarating and rewarding with a good team and forward thinking. This course is aimed at qualified veterinary nurses who wish to expand and further their knowledge of working with emergency and critical care patients. The course will refresh your knowledge of specific key areas including preparation of the clinic and team, common emergency presentations and how to nurse the hospitalised critical patient. The key elements of each topic will be discussed so that you can take ideas and tips away to implement in your clinic.

Why do this course?
You will increase your confidence in relation to the emergency patient journey. You will review how to set up an emergency service, how to maximise what you already have in your practice, understand the nurse’s role in emergency presentations and key issues relevant to nursing the critical patient.

Who is it for?

Vet nurses

The Speakers

Eleanor Haskey, BSc VTS (ECC) VPAC A1 PGCertVetEd FHEA RVNHead ECC NurseThe Royal Veterinary CollegeDaina Rawlings, BSc VNCertECC VTS(ECC) RVNHead NurseWECare Worldwide, Sri Lanka

The Venue

Online

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

18 hours

Registration and Booking

Click here to reserve your place


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