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Aims / objectives

  • After completing the workshop, attendees will be competent to undertake the following with confidence:
  • -An episodic health history for common presentations;
  • -Physical examinations, applying them within a developmental context in each of the systems reviewed;
  • -A physical examination on a colleague of the systems covered;
  • -Assess a variety of ENT, respiratory and febrile paediatric presentations;
  • -Diagnose and manage the above conditions.

Course programme

  • Age appropriate history taking and physical examination techniques.
  • Recognition of the ill child.
  • The febrile child.
  • ENT/lymphatic examination and practice.
  • ENT-related presentations (e.g. OM, sore throat).
  • Respiratory assessment and practice.
  • Respiratory-related presentations including upper versus lower respiratory tract infections, bronchiolitis and pneumonia.

Led by

TBA

P48 Practical skills for assessing the ill child

Course summary

This hands-on course covers all the basic skills needed for assessing common childhood complaints. Besides practising history taking and examination skills for the ENT and respiratory systems, delegates will build on their knowledge to make diagnoses and management decisions.

Who should attend?

Nurses
Advanced nurse practitioners
Health visitors
Non-medical prescribers
Nurse practitioners
Paediatric nurses
Practice nurses
Paramedics
Pharmacists
Allied health professionals
School nurses

Important notes

Quality assurance: hands-on workshop; maximum student to trainer ratio: 12 to one.

PDUK does not guarantee clinical competence. This must be developed in the workplace with appropriate clinical facilitators.


Cost

Course duration Course CPD Full price
(incl VAT) per person
2 day(s) 14 hour(s) £295

Discounts

Dates Block size Block
discount
Individual discount
05 Jun 2019 to 06 Jun 2019 4 10% n/a

Dates / venues

Location - venue Dates No. of people  
Liverpool - Novotel Central 05 Jun 2019 to
06 Jun 2019

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