Ear Care Management
The aim of this workshop is to offer health professionals knowledge and skills to undertake safe and effective ear care management.
On completion of the workshop all participants should be able to:
- review the relevant anatomy and physiology of the ear
- discuss the professional issues surrounding ear care management
- explain the principles of ear irrigation– recognising correct technique, procedure and the management of such an intervention
- identify the difficulties and complications associated with carrying out ear irrigation
Award: Short Course
Study Mode: Part-time
Start Date: TBC
This workshop has been developed for health care professionals working in primary care or planning to deliver care in the community setting e.g. General Practice Nurses, District Nurses, Prison Nurses and Treatment Room Nurses, Health Care Assistants.
Maximum number of participants: 20
As a previous practice nurse and nurse practitioner, the facilitator has a wealth of experience in undertaking ear care management. The facilitator has taught ear care management since 2003 at the UCLan.
This course is based in the School of Community Health and Midwifery located in the Faculty of Health and Care
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