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Considering Reviewing Your Practice Infection Control Protocols?

3 years ago

24th October, 2017 18h55


Practical Infection Control will begin another intake on 13th November, and ONCORE welcome you to join the group, tutored and supported by RVN and Vets Now clinical support manager, Louise O'Dwyer.

The course runs over 3 weeks (2 weeks on the engaging and interactive discussion forums and 1 week for coursework completion) and offers 8 hours of 'formal/assessed distance learning'.

If you have been wondering if your infection control is up to scratch, or whether a review would be of benefit, then the course will allow you to bring your own challenges and questions to the forum, alongside a friendly group with the same interests.

ONCORE's courses are a little different. They engage and involve the candidates in lively, relevant and interesting discussion, demand that you 'go and find out and report back', and facilitate up-to-date and evidence-based learning.

For your coursework you will create an infection control protocol of your choice - whether it be hand-scrubbing, theatre practice or barrier nursing (you choose whatever area is going to be useful to you and the list is endless) - and will receive feedback on your coursework from your tutor.

If you don't want to know more about infection control and be involved in a new way of learning - then move on. If you do - then take a look at the course information page:

Any questions? Call ONCORE on +44 (0)121 663 1971 or email

ONCORE make a generous donation to the Bella Moss Foundation for every intake of this course.

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