ADVANCED SKILLS: MINOR ILLNESS
2,3,4 September 2020
2,3,4 November 2020
4,5,6 February 2021
8,9,10 April 2021
17,18,19 September 2020
15,16,17 January 2021
1,2,3 October 2020
21,22,23 January 2021
22,23,24 October 2020
£375 + VAT
This course is for independent non medical prescribers, nurses, pharmacists and paramedics
Decision-making and clinical reasoning in problem solving and identification of red flags
Clinical reasoning in the management of respiratory, ENT, gastro-intestinal, neurological and musculoskeletal systems
Back pain and headaches Dizziness
Otitis media and external. Throat infections
Bacterial and Viral Infections
Common rashes and skin conditions
Gynae, contraception and sexual healt
Course includes a skills portfolio.
Bespoke and in-house courses can be arranged.
Popular course for prescribers including pharmacists and nurse practitioners.
Who should attend
Allied health professionals
This course focusses on minor illness presentations in general practice, primary care and community settings.
Completion of this course does not guarantee competency. It is recommended you complete the skills portfolio in clinical practice with the guidance of a suitable mentor.
Access to the learning portal for 6 weeks which includes videos, clinical guidelines and learning resources.
Includes access to our WhatsApp educational support group.
If you require mentorship, please email
our course director
We recommend you complete the Clinical Examination Skills course prior to attending this course.
Call us to discuss a package price.
CLINICAL EXAMINATION SKILLS
This course will develop your skills in assessment of the abdomen, ENT, neurological and cardio-respiratory systems. Practical workshop with lots of opportunity to practice.
BLOOD RESULTS INTERPRETATION
Suitable for healthcare professionals working in general practice. Taught by a GP or an A&E consultant and uses case studies to discuss blood test done in general practice.
This course will develop your skills in taking a structured history, clinical decision-making and use of clinical reasoning during telephone triage. Covers a range fo topics relevant to telephone triage in general practice.