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The ECT4Health Wound Care Seminar is a one-day program that takes nurses through the physiology of wound healing, the discourse of chronic indolent wounds, wound assessment, medication and dressing selection.
The ECT4Health newest Emergency Nursing refresher for those working in rural or remote areas is an eclectic mix of emergency presentations from mass triage, to initial trauma and shock/haemorrhage assessment and management, to cardiac related chest pain, respiratory emergencies and diabetic emergencies.
The ECT4Health Trauma Fundamentals Seminar is a two-day course with a comprehensive coverage of physiology, assessment and management of the patient presenting with trauma.
The ECT4Health Suturing for Health Professionals workshop is ideal for nurses, doctors and students wishing to learn or refresh the suturing techniques for closure of lacerations.
Rusty Pills 2 – “Still Rusty” is a sequel refresher course that looks at the safety and risk management of medication. We cover the APINCH high risk drugs, and dive into the GI system with medications from one end of the GIT to the other.
Our Rusty Pills Seminar – Applied Pharmacology Refresher is a two day seminar that walks through physiology and pharmacology of common patient presentations. Are you a paramedic, nurse or nursing student who never has time to wade through the text books to find out what that drug or this drug is.
If nursing skills used to care for patients with Respiratory Failure, asthma, COPD, and dyspnoea are part of your role, and you desire a better understanding or update on lung sounds, auscultation, respiratory assessment and ABG analysis is desired, then boy have we got a cracker of a course for you.
ECT4Health has designed a 5-day program to prepare you for some of the challenges of working in rural and remote locations and aims to provide you with the confidence to explore these work opportunities.
The ECT4Health Plastering, Casting and Slabbing workshop is a full day hands-on practical seminar on the assessment of limb injuries and the application of plaster of paris (POP) slabs.
You know children are not just little adults, but do you need a “tune-up” of your assessment, and big ticket issues like recognising deterioration, fever management and which rash is what? The ECT4Health Paediatric Assessment and Management Seminar will answer all these questions and more.
In this full-on theoretical seminar, we cover advanced respiratory and cardiac physiology to help improve your confidence and knowledge of Ventilation (NIV and invasive), inotropes and vasopressors, sedation, muscle relaxants and opiates. Limited places at these one-day events.
Our Diabetes Nursing refresher program is a one-day journey through the science and pathophysiology of the condition, its diagnosis, assessment, and management of the types of diabetes.
We offer a range of nursing seminars aimed at educating nurses, students and paramedics on a variety of cardiac knowledge from basic skills all the way through to advanced information.
ECT4Health’s Assessment Skills workshop (ASW) is a great new practical hands-on workshop held over three days. Many nurses working in acute ambulatory settings require Triage skills which mandates sharp initial assessment skills.
Our Pirate Seminar (Acute Respiratory, Renal and Rhythms) refreshes a heap of core business like cardiac risk factors, anatomy and physiology and telemetry rhythm interpretation just to name a few topics.
To truly offer a holistic approach to the care of complex patients, nurses should embrace the raw sciences that inform and justify decisions when time is critical. The ECT4Health Advanced Physiology seminar refreshes those sciences.
If you are an Enrolled Nurse and feel that an injection of knowledge and passion in your nursing career is your prescription, then come and nail some CPD at our newest Enrolled Nurses only seminar on acute nursing assessment.
The ECT4Health Acute Deteriorating Patient Seminar is a two day program which overviews the assessment and management of patients with a range of presentations that represent acute deterioration.
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