Immunisations in Primary Care
These courses cover immunisations and vaccinations administered in primary care and general practice settings. Includes a range of webinars, updates and classroom courses..
Who Should Attend
Healthcare professionals working in general practice and community settings.
Nurse Practitioners, practice nurses, junior doctors, allied health professionals,
What are these courses about?
- National Minimum Standards and Core Curriculum for Immunisation Training for Registered Healthcare Practitioners
- Includes current guidelines from the UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA)
- The schedule was revised in February 2022 to include changes to vaccine supply and highlighting the need to check for a severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) screening result prior to administering the first dose of the rotavirus vaccine and the Bacillus Calmette–Guérin (BCG) vaccine.
- Delegates are provided with the most current guidelines, schedules and immunisation updates.
- The national minimum standards for immunisation training does recommended 2 days of study or 10 hours of Elearning for the childhood immunisation course, hence you must completed othe E-learning For Health Care – Vaccine Preventable Disease Module which allows nurses to look in detail about the actual diseases.
- Delegates are advised to attend annual childhood immunisation updates in their local authority and also look out for current changes on the Public Health England website and UKHSA.
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