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Urinary Catheter Care Training Course Cork 

Nursing And Midwifery Board of Ireland (N.M.B.I)
Approved Phlebotomy Training

7 Continuing Education Unit's (C.E.U's) Awarded 

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This Urinary Catheter Care Training Course is aimed at health care professionals and is based in Cork City. 
 

Urinary Catheter Care is a commonly performed procedure in healthcare settings. To perform these procedures well and to a safe standard it requires staff to have training to be competent in these areas.

This training includes both theory and interactive practicals with plenty of time to practice your techniques.

The Urinary Catheter Care Training Course can also be delivered to companies for private training in Cork & Nationwide. The course is delivered by registered G.P.s. 


Next training date: 

Friday 17th February 2023 Cork 

Cost: 200€ - 100€ Booking fee can be secured here 

Location: SMA Wilton Parish Centre,

Training Rooms, Wilton, Cork.

( Across from Cork University Hospital ) 

Free Parking - See Google map link at the bottom of this page to parking entrance. Once entered follow the narrow road all the way around until you see car park spaces. 

Once parked please contact us on 0879676700 to lead you to the training room.

Urinary Catheter Care Training Course Cork 

Entry criteria: Health Care Provider 

Course Duration: 1 Day - 12pm - 5pm

 

(Please note Registration is 11.45am)

Award: Certificate with Irish Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland 7, CEUs

 

Course Content:

  • Introduction

  • Infection Control 

  • Aseptic Techniques

  • Consent 

  • Indications for Catheterization 

  • Methods of Catheterization 

  • Selection of Catheters and Sizing

  • Insertion of different types of catheters
    (Female / Male / Suprapubic ) 

  • Complications of Catheterization

  • Catheter irrigation and blockages 

  • Care of the supra public & indweliing catherers

  • Catheter Removals

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Entrance of free car park Google Map Link:

https://goo.gl/maps/dEsM9DfGTgymhHCFA

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