Introduction to Minor Injury and Ailment Management for School Nurses Short Courses
|Start Date||Start Time||Duration||Cost||Course Code||Apply|
|28 November 2017||09:00||Full day||£180.00||CS6047||Apply Now|
|13 February 2018||09:00||Full day||£180.00||CS6047||Apply Now|
This one day course is intended to be an introduction/update in minor injuries and ailments for school nurses. It covers the following:
- The school nurses role in managing minor injuries and ailments
- SOAP assessment framework
- Musculoskeletal assessment
- General principles
- Fractures and soft tissue injuries
- Common upper and lower limb injuries
- Minor head injuries, concussion and facial injuries
- Pain assessment and management
- Common ENT presentations
- Common ophthalmology presentations
- Assessment and management of acute wounds and burns
- Steri-strip and tissue adhesive workshop
Tanya has had a long and varied career in A&E. While working as an A&E sister she developed an interest in the management of minor injuries and illness and spent a significant period of time working as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner.
She then became a Lecturer Practitioner in A&E, a post jointly shared between Homerton Hospital and City University. During this time she was the module leader for the post-registration A&E and trauma modules. Following this Tanya became a Nurse Consultant in A&E at Homerton, while continuing to teach at City. Latterly, she was Head of Practice Development at Homerton Hospital.
Tanya currently works part time as a visiting lecturer at City, University of London, as well as practising as a school nurse. She holds an MSc in Nursing (Advanced Practitioner Pathway) and has published work in relation to trauma and minor injuries and ailments.
Nursing staff working as School Nurses.
Applicants must be proficient in spoken and written English.
What will I learn?
This study day will ensure that you are up to date in the assessment and management of minor injuries and ailments in a school setting. It will enhance the care you are able to deliver by ensuring your skills and knowledge is maintained, developed and up to date. You will receive a certificate of attendance from City, University of London.
Teaching and Assessment
There is no formal assessment for delegates on this day but the day will be evaluated and comments received with thanks.
Please review paediatric anatomy and physiology prior to attending.