This Intravenous Cannulation module covers the key theoretical principles associated with the safe insertion of a peripheral vascular access device (a cannula), including:
The key theoretical principles associated with the safe insertion of a peripheral vascular access device (a cannula), including:
Practitioners who will be frequently involved in the insertion of peripheral vascular access devices and whose employer is able to provide the appropriate supervised practice following completion of this workshop.
Applicants must be proficient in spoken and written English.
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Duncan was appointed Lecturer in Adult Nursing at City University London in August 2014. Prior to this appointment Duncan worked as a critical care outreach nurse.
Duncan completed an undergraduate Master of Nursing degree at the University of Nottingham. He also holds an MSc in Cardio-respiratory nursing from Imperial ...