Minor Injuries Practical Workshop 5 February 2022
CPD Hours : 6
Who should attend:
This course is suitable for nurses and healthcare professionals working in acute and unscheduled care settings, such as emergency departments, walk-in clinics, urgent care centres, primary care or other community and first contact settings.
1. Pre-course anatomy workbook
3. Handouts and booklets
4. Practical teaching workshop
5. Option to do a “MOCK OSCE” at the end of the session.
Dr Asad Khan – Orthopaedic lecturer
Jeshni Amblum-Almer – Course Director, ENP
- Knee injuries
- Ankle and foot assessment
- Shoulder assessment
- Elbow, wrist and hand injuries
- Making a differential diagnosis and when to refer
- Safety netting and worsening care advice
Have a UK or overseas degree from a recognised institution or equivalent professional or other qualification.
Hold professional registration with the relevant Nursing or Allied Health Professional Body/Council or the GMC.
You will normally have a minimum of 3 years post-registration experience in a relevant care environment.
Completion of a minor injuries module or experience of treating minor injuries.
Optional Skills Portfolio – this is not a requirement of the course
You should be employed in a role that will support development of clinical skills during the programme should you wish to complete the competency portfolio which is optional.
You should be working in a relevant clinical environment in which you can achieve the clinical skills required.
You should have access to an appropriate practice supervisor within that area.
1. 3 Day Minor Injuries Course
2. “Red Dot” X-Ray Interpretation
3. Plastering and Suturing Course
Ethical and Legal Issues
Burnes and bites
Upper Limb Injuries
C-Spine and Eye Injuries
Lower Limb Injuries
Red Dot X-Ray Interpretation
This workbook will prepare you for the live session. Please familiarise yourself with basic concepts, terminology and anatomy.