This course is designed to provide nurses involved in delivering the national immunisation and vaccination programme with the knowledge and skills they need to effectively deliver the scheduled programme and promote high uptake of vaccination and immunisation.
The course will be delivered over two days and will include:
Handouts and signposting for further learning will also be provided.
This course is for registered nurses delivering the national immunisation programme.
It is recommended that all attendees have knowledge of Injection techniques and Basic Life Support.
By the end of this session you will be able to:
For each disease:
The course will be delivered by:
Allison Brindley, Registered Nurse: Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Allison's clinical background is in primary care, working as a general practice nurse where she has managed and delivered vaccination programmes for 10 years. Allison delivers immunisation training at DMU for those new to immunisation in line with Public Health England recommendations.
Shona Green, Registered Nurse: Senior Lecturer in Emergency Care
Shona's background is within emergency and urgent care. She has worked at De Montfort University for four years and leads the PGDip Advanced Practice in Urgent Primary Care course and also the BSc/PGCE Practice Nursing.
The course will be delivered at De Montfort University, Leicester.
£259 per person
This course is delivered over two days;
28 September and 5 October 2017 BOOK NOW
1 and 8 February 2018
For more information or to book your place on this course contact the Health Skills Team on:
T: +44 (0)116 257 7289
1 and 8 February 2018 BOOK NOW
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