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Course Details

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Course objectives

By the end of this session, candidates will be able to:

  • Demonstrate appropriate infection control principles when performing cannulation.
  • Insert a cannula into a manikin arm.
  • Take blood via the cannula on immediate insertion.
  • List the potential complications during and after inserting a cannula.
  • Perform a venous cannulation on a real person under supervision.
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Course outline

  • The session will start off with a theoretical component followed by demonstrations and then practice. Participants will practice on simulation arms – no more than 2 participants per arm.
  • You will be given ample opportunity to practise on the manikins.
  • Once confident at cannulating the manikin you will have the opportunity cannulate a fellow participant.
Equipment & Guidelines

You will be taught following procedural policy and using equipment as recommended by our local Hospital Trust (UCH). Please note that you need to check the policy in your own healthcare environment as there may be subtle differences

Certification and Other Details

On completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance confirming that you have achieved the above objectives. Supervised cannulation in a clinical setting on real patients is required by most Trust policies to achieve proficiency in this skill. As part of this course, we will advise you on how this can be achieved and give you a progression to competency card.

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Participants

This course is designed for any healthcare professional, trained phlebotomist  or research scientist who is required to cannulate patients in a clinical or research environment. The maximum number of participants per course is 10.

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