Care of the Hospitalised Patient in General Practice

Course Date:
Thursday 29th November 2018
Course Time:
10.00am - 5.30pm
Available Spaces:
£195.00 + VAT
Manor Place,
204 Manor Place,
London. SE17 3BN

This course is aimed at veterinary nurses in general practice who are committed to raising the standard of care that they provide their patients.

Our aim is to provide you with the knowledge and enthusiasm which will enable you to bring achievable levels of advanced nursing into general practice and to learn and share ideas with like-minded people.

Topics to be covered include:
  • Care plans – what are they, how can we create a working model and how can they help the care we provide our patients
  • Analgesia – pain scoring and implementation
  • Nutrition for the hospitalised patient
  • Specific considerations for the geriatric patient
  • Intensive care nursing in general practice


Some feedback about this course...

"More than what I expected! Beyond my expectations!! Extremely and thoroughly enjoyed it. Amazing! I found Claire Roberts really good at engaging with the audience, made it fun and easy to understand."- June 2017
"Claire is amazing! She is extremely knowledgeable and really keeps you attention. The information was clear up to date and realistic in relation to practice. Even the more simpler points were explained that really helped me, which built background knowledge to understand the more complex points. Fantastic!"- June 2017
"Made me feel inspired and motivated and definitely increased my confidence."- June 2017
"Extremely informative. Claire is very well spoken and comes across really clear."- June 2017
"Really enjoyed it, Brilliant! Really captivating & enthusiastic & informative, I would recommend any course by Claire Roberts."- June 2017
"Informative, well paced and challenging. Brilliant lecturer."- June 2017