Fundamentals of Travel Health for Practice Nurses - Back to Basics
14th March POSTPONED------DUBLIN - BOOKED OUT - please email your interest
Saturday 16th May 2020 at 09.00 - 16.30
Location: Student Centre, UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4
PLEASE NOTE This course has been rescheduled (from Sat 14th March) to Saturday 16th MAY 2020 due to the situation regarding COVID-19.
This course if fully booked.
If you would like your name added to our waiting/cancellation list please email us and we'll contact you should a place become available. We will look at running another course if there is sufficient demand. If you would like a course run in your own area this can be arranged if you have a large group of interested participants.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your Name, Email, Tel Number and Location/Area.
NMBI Category One Approved - 6 NMBI CEUs.
This course is designed for Practice Nurses who are currently working in a General Practice or Occupational Health setting, who are new to the field of travel health and those who are wishing to update and expand their knowledge.
Speakers: Patricia Brady RGN, Jane Campion RGN MHsc, both have Dip in Tropical Nursing (RCSI) and extensive experience in education and running Travel Health clinics.
Fee includes refreshments and a light lunch €95. Early booking is essential as places are limited.
1) Running a Travel Health Clinic - Focus on Role of Dr / Nurse, Equipment, Resources required. On-going education, Documentation & Medication Management.
2) Risk Avoidance/ Patient Education - Focus on Food & water, Swimming, Sun, Insect bite protection, Rabies, Jet Lag, Travellers Diarrhoea risks.
3) Immunisation Update /Revision - Principals of immunisation. Live, non-live vaccines
4) Yellow Fever, An overview - International Health Regulation, YF Licence, vaccine precautions.
5) Pre-Travel Assessment - Focus on Single Country / Multiple country trips, Back-packer, Family Trips, (Case studies and group participation).
6) Travel Vaccine Schedules - Focus on common / less common travel vaccines, Interrupted schedules and the’ Last-Minute’ Traveller
7) Vaccine Planning & Case Studies
8) Questions & Answers
Course requirements: Registered with NMBI and an interest in Travel Medicine & Health. Participants will already be providing childhood immunisations and should be familiar with HSE Immunisation Foundation and National Anaphylaxis Education programmes for Healthcare Professionals (HSELand online).
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Please note numbers are limited to facilitate Q&As and discussion, places are allocated on a first come basis. The course is now FULLY BOOKED if you would like to be put on a cancellation/waiting list please email email@example.com and we will contact you if a space becomes availabe.
Cancellations or postponements must be made in writing (email). Cancellations >14 days in advance of the course – 100% refund. Cancellations 8-13 days in advance of the course – 50% refund. Cancellations 7 days or less in advance of the course – no refund