Continence Courses Available for Registered Nurses

07 Jan, 2019

Please see the list of courses below - to book your place, email csh.learningdevelopment@nhs.net

Courses 2019

Catheterisation Course

7th January 2019 @ Big room – Cobham Hospital

10th May 2019 @ Training room – Walton Hospital

13th September 2019 @ Big room – Cobham Hospital

2nd December 2019 @ Leatherhead room – Leatherhead Hospital

Trainers: Denise Raven / Diane Clarke

Time: 9.00 – 16.00

Minimum number of attendees 6

Maximum number of attendees 15

Catheterisation Update Course

For registered and unregistered nurses who undertake urinary urethral catheterisation, supra-pubic catheter change and catheter care and have not had an update within 5 years

31st May 2019 - Big room – Cobham Hospital

29th November 2019 – Training room – Walton Hospital

Trainers: Denise Raven / Diane Clarke

Time: 9.00 – 16.00

Minimum number of attendees 6

Maximum number of attendees 15

Promotion of Bladder Continence Course

For registered and unregistered nurses who undertake continence assessment and/or reassessment

Places available for Mid Surrey & NWS Nursing Home registered nurses

27th Feb 2019 @ Seminar room – Woking Hospital

17th October 2019 @ Big training room – Cobham Hospital

Trainers: Denise Raven / Diane Clarke

Time: 9.00 – 16.00

Minimum number of attendees 6

Maximum number of attendees 15

Promotion Bowel Continence Course

For registered and unregistered nurses who undertake bowel care and DRE / DRF

Places available for Mid Surrey & NWS Nursing Home registered nurses

2nd April 2019 @ Big room – Cobham Hospital

4th November 2019 @ Training room – Walton Hospital

Trainers: Denise Raven / Diane Clarke

Time: 9.00 – 16.000

Minimum number of attendees 6

Maximum number of attendees 15

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