Intravenous cannulation is a technique which is used to place a cannula inside a vein for the purpose of providing venous access. There are a number of reasons why a doctor or medical team might want venous access. Cannulation can be performed at the scene of an emergency by first responders who want to make sure that they will have access to a vein and it is also routinely done in hospital settings. Intravenous cannulation is one of the earliest skills learned by health care providers like doctors, nurses, and paramedics.
The ARIMGSAS IV Cannulation Workshop is a one day workshop (approximately 7 hours).
The first part is theoretical discussion on different topics related to IV Cannulation.
The second part will be hands on practice and application on a model arm. During the workshop, the participants actually use the equipment and perform the intravenous cannulation procedure.
At the completion of the ARIMGSAS IV Cannulation workshop, participants will have their cannulation competency individually assessed on a cannulation ‘model’ arm. Also, the candidates will receive certificate of attendance.
This practical workshop will provide participants with valuable skills and knowledge to prepare them for undertaking IV Cannulation competence in their workplace.
Also, participants will have further knowledge on the following topics:
- Review anatomy & physiology of veins/arteries
- Client preparation & education
- IV cannulation site selection
- Special precautions & safety considerations
- Cannula selection
- Safe use of local anaesthetic & infection control issues
- IV cannulation procedure
- Complications related to the procedure &/or site
|IV Cannulation Dates|
|IV Cannulation - 4 July 2016|
|IV Cannulation - 1 August 2016|
|IV Cannulation - 5 September 2016|
|IV Cannulation - 3 October 2016|
|IV Cannulation - 7 November 2016|
|IV Cannulation - 5 December 2016|
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All our tutors are Doctors with qualifications in the workshop they are teaching. They are often leaders and experts in their field, who have a passion for education and training and are supportive of IMGs. Many of the tutors have passed through the bridging course and are now Professors, Consultants, Registrars or HMO’s working in Australian Hospitals or Clinics
ARIMGSAS works in the best interest of IMGs. We have minimal administration and management staff resulting in less overheads. We attempt to always provide excellent tutors available in the Industry and good learning facilities. Click here for a full listing of our current fees.
The workshop will be held on the 5th floor at 3 Bowen Crescent, Melbourne 3004 unless advised otherwise.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us on +61 3 98673344.
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