Procedural Skills for Medical Trainees

Procedural Skills for Medical Trainees

02 March 2020

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

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  • Please Note

    If you are a South-Easth of Scotland CMT or IMT, you can register on alternative dates here.

    This course is an excellent opportunity to develop your practical skills and gain knowledge in common CMT and IMT procedures. Each skills station will provide hands-on experience, with access to high quality training materials and one-on-one guidance from experienced trainers.

    The skills stations covered are:

    • Central lines  
    • Pleural Aspiration  
    • Ascitic Procedures
    • Lumbar Puncture
    • NIV
    • Knee Aspiration
    • Tracheostomy

     

    Suitable for:

    • Medical Core Trainees
  • Programme subject to change

    02 March
    10:00-10:15

    Registration

    02 March
    10:15-10:20

    General introduction

    02 March
    10:20-11:40

    NIV Lecture with Interactive Cases

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    Includes NIV Workshops

    02 March
    11:40-12:00

    Tracheostomy

    02 March
    12:00-12:45

    Lunch

    02 March
    12:45-14:15

    Skills training (5 groups rotating)

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    Central Lines (45 mins) Pleural Aspiration (45 mins) Ascitic Procedures (30 mins) Lumbar Puncture (30 mins) Knee Aspiration/NG (30 mins)

    02 March
    14:15-14:30

    Afternoon break

    02 March
    14:30-16:15

    Skills training round 2 (5 groups rotating)

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    Central Lines (45 mins) Pleural Aspiration (45 mins) Ascitic Procedures (30 mins) Lumbar Puncture (30 mins) Knee Aspiration/NG (30 mins)

    02 March
    16:15-16:20

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  • Category Product Amount
    Member Registrations £155
    Non-Member Registrations £195
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

NES-Accredited

Closing date: 27 March 2020


Other dates

17 March 2020

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Catriona McCallum
+44 (0) 141 221 6229

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