Details

  • Length: 2 hours
  • Suitable for: Registered nurses only
  • Delivered: face to face at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm Business Centre, Moss Lane, Crewe, CW1 4RJ or online via Microsoft Teams
  • Funded: Until end June for West Cheshire and Cheshire East employees only. July onwards funded for Cheshire East employees only. 
  • Price on application for staff outside funded areas

Session Overview

How to use, operate and manage syringe pumps (McKinley T34 Version 2 and the BodyGuard T).

This training is suitable for registered nurses who are either familiar with syringe pumps and require an update, or registered nurses who are unfamiliar and need to work through a learning/competency checklist.

The training incorporates a presentation on the use of the syringe pumps, including drugs used, and a practical and/or video demonstration of setting up and managing the pump/infusion. There is an opportunity to take part in simulation around setting up a syringe pump on training held face to face.

Health Education England Learning Outcomes

By the end of this session the delegate will be able to:

  • Explain what a syringe pump is.
  • List the clinical applications and indications for its use.
  • Discuss the benefits of the device.
  • Explain how to set it up and look after it.
  • List any problems that may occur.
  • Demonstrate how to set up the syringe pump.
  • Work through the learning/competency checklist.

Dates

  • Wednesday 3 July 2024: 1300-1500; Online via Microsoft Teams
  • Tuesday 10 September 2024: 1300-1530; at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm
  • Tuesday 26 November 2024: 1300-1500; Online via Microsoft Teams
  • Friday 10 January 2025: 1300-1530; at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm
  • Tuesday 18 February 2025: 1330-1600; at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm

Cost

  • Funded: Until end June for West Cheshire and Cheshire East employees only. July onwards funded for Cheshire East employees only. 
  • Price on application for staff outside funded areas
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