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Three batches of Ventolin Accuhaler and Seretide Accuhaler asthma inhalers have been recalled because they do not deliver the full number of doses. The MHRA – the body that regulates the devices – warned that patients may find their symptoms … Continue reading

Are you on one of our courses that is accredited with Teesside University? Would you like to share feedback with the University on your learning experience? If so, this can be done by email to admin@pctc.co.uk or you can attend … Continue reading

Here’s a link to an article in Nursing Matters, published by one of our successful Cert HE students. Naomi Berry has gone on to a nursing career, and clearly doing very well. Well done Naomi! http://nursing-matters.com/importance-communication-nursing/

From 1st April 2015 all new to post health care support workers and adult social care workers must complete the Care Certificate. This should be completed as part of the employer induction process, ideally within 12 weeks of commencing employment, … Continue reading

The-future-of-primary-care-v7-webFINAL “Creating teams for tomorrow” The Secretary of State for Health, Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, commissioned HEE to establish the independent Primary Care Workforce Commission, chaired by Martin Roland CBE, Professor of Health Services Research, University of Cambridge. Through … Continue reading

Are you currently studying on one our courses accredited with Teesside University? If so you might like to look at the new Discovery Library System. Simply entering a few search words will provide you with the range of print and … Continue reading

YH course finder A4 flyer Following a consultation with Specialist Skills and Post Registration Development (SSPRD) colleagues in the region, Health Education Yorkshire and the Humber (HEYH) have updated the SSPRD website to include clinical skills and simulation (CSS) courses … Continue reading

Making the difference in Primary Care. Don’t miss out and come and join us at this conference specially designed by primary care for all primary care professionals. Our objective is clear: To assist you and your colleagues to deliver optimal … Continue reading

You can now buy a book at Crow Trees! You’ll find the bookcase in our lounge. The suggested donation is 50p per book, and all proceeds this year will go to Diabetes UK. Why not bring any books you’ve finished … Continue reading

Georgina Martin, our Spirometry tutor, and Jane MacKenzie, who teaches on our ECG courses, have recently returned from a cycling trip through Indo-China. Here’s what Georgina had to say: I am home safely from my cycle through Indo-China in temperatures … Continue reading

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