Minor Injuries 1,2 and 6 July 2021 INJ2109

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CPD Hours : 20 Accreditted by CPDUK

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.

Whats Included

1. Audio presentations

2. 3 day live zoom course with expert lecturers

3. Handouts and booklets

4. 3 months access

5. Option to attend practical plastering and suturing workshop at a discounted rate

6. Option to attend practical skills session with mock OSCE and Skills Portfolio.

Lecturers

Dr Asad Khan – Orthopaedic lecturer

JeshniAmblum-Almer – Course Director, ENP

Content

  • Audio Courses: History Taking, Bites, Wounds, Burns
  • Zoom Sessions : Ethical and Legal issues including consent and capacity
  • Upper and Lower Limb Injuries
  • Statement writing
  • “Red Dot” X-Ray Interpretation Upper and Lower Limb
  • Musculoskeletal disorders and medication for MSK injuries.

Pre Requisites

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.

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.

ZOOM webinar

History Taking

1
History Taking Multimedia Presentation part 1
2
History Taking Multimedia Presentation part 2

Ethical and Legal Issues

1
Minor Injuries – Ethical Legal Issues
2
Mental Capacity Act

Statement Writing

1
Minor Injuries – A guide to statement writing

Burnes and bites

1
Bites Multimedia Presentation Part 1
2
Bites Multimedia Presentation Part 2
3
Burns Multimedia Presentation Part 1
4
Burns Multimedia Presentation Part 2
5
Burns Multimedia Presentation Part 3
6
Rabies Multimedia Presentation

Head

1
Head Injuries

Upper Limb Injuries

1
Minor Injuries – Handbook on Upper Limb
2
Minor Injuries – Upper Limb Anatomy
3
Minor Injuries – Clinical Shoulder Approach
4
Minor Injuries – Clinical wrist and hand approach
5
Minor Injuries – Clinical elbow approach
6
Upper limb injuries

C-Spine and Eye Injuries

1
Minor Injuries : HEAD and C-SPINE
2
Minor Injuries – Eye Injuries
3
Minor Injuries – C-spine Assessment

Lower Limb Injuries

1
Lower Limb Assessment
2
Lower Limb handbook

Red Dot X-Ray Interpretation

1
Minor Injuries – X Ray Interpretation Booklet
6hrs
2
Interpretation of Musculoskeletal X-rays

This workbook will prepare you for the live session. Please familiarise yourself with basic concepts, terminology and anatomy.

3
Minor Injuries – Musculoskeletal Disorders and Medication

Wound Dressings

1
Minor Injuries – Wounds
2
Minor Injuries – Classification of dressings

Workbook & Portfolio

1
Minor Injuries Portfollio
2
Minor Injuries Workbook

EVALUATION

1
Evaluation – DAY 1
2
Evaluation – DAY 2 – Dr Asad Khan

SESSION RECORDINGS DAY 1

1
Minor injuries 1st July Part 1
2
Minor injuries 1st July Part 2
3
Minor injuries 1st July Part 3
4
Minor injuries 1st July Part 4
5
Minor injuries 1st July Part 5
6
Minor injuries 1st July Part 6
7
Minor injuries 1st July Part 7

Session recording Day 2

1
Minor injuries 2nd July Part 1
2
Minor injuries 2nd July Part 2
3
Minor injuries 2nd July Part 3
4
Minor injuries 2nd July Part 4
5
Minor injuries 2nd July Part 5
6
Minor injuries 2nd July Part 6

Session recording Day 3

1
Minor injuries 6thJuly Part 1
2
Minor injuries 6thJuly Part 2
3
Minor injuries 6thJuly Part 3
4
Minor injuries 6thJuly Part 4
5
Minor injuries 6thJuly Part 5

Timetable

1 July 2021 : Upper Limb Assessment

2 July 2021 Review Lower Limb Injuries, Musculoskeletal Disorders, Wound Care

6 July 2021 Upper and Lower Red Dot X-Ray Interpretation

Times: 10h00 - 16h00

Lecturers

  1. Dr Asad Khan, Orthopaedics and Sports Injuries
  2. Dr Paramjeet Deol, A&E Consultant
  3. Dr Matthew Szarko, Senior Lecturert
  4. Jeshni Amblum-Almer, Nurse Practitioner


  • You are required to listen to the following audio presentations in advance of the zoom lessons.
  1. History Taking
  2. Bites
  3. Burns


Optional Plastering and Suturing workshop on 23 July 2021.

Please ensure you have a working knowledge of anatomy of the upper and lower limb before attending the zoom session. We will not be covering basic anatomical terminology. It is recommended you work through the pre-course workbook before the zoom sessions.

*The Skills Portfolio is for your own learning in practice. You are not required to submit it to us.

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