Short Course / CPD
Half day workshop
School of Community Health and Midwifery
No Partner College
1st October 2019 or 5th May 2020 - 1:30-4:00pm
Who Should Attend?
Any registered nurse who is currently actively involved in supporting trainees undertaking the practical elements of a cervical smear training programme
Maximum number of participants: 20
- Outline the factors that influence learning clinical skills in practice
- Create a supportive learning environment
- Discuss a range of strategies to support trainees undertaking cervical smear training in practice
- Refer trainees to relevant learning resources
- Understand the professional responsibilities of mentoring trainees undertaking smear taking practice
- Understand the competency framework trainees are required when obtaining cervical cytology samples and can recognises capable, safe and effective practice
Debbie is Principal Lecturer in Sexual Health. She delivers a variety of reproductive and sexual health modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Debbie is a qualified contraceptive health nurse, smear taker and undertakes observational visits within local CASH services to maintain her knowledge and support her educational and clinical role.
At the end of the workshop you will be able to:
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WORKSHOP COST: £45