New online course now available!

Routine Immunisation Update

We are delighted to announce our fully online Immunisations course. Featuring video tutorials with Linda Eaves, and online webinar sessions with Linda, this blended learning package is suitable for practice nurses requiring an annual immunisation update as recommended by the Royal College of Nursing and Public Health England.  It aims to provide an update for childhood and other national campaign vaccinations including flu, pneumococcal and shingles.  It is unsuitable for nurses who have not completed an immunisation for new starters course.

Four great reasons to choose this course:

  1. It has been specially prepared to meet a need during COVID-19 restrictions on face-to-face updates and reflects new ways of working and learning.
  2. Unlike standard online update courses which are entirely self-directed and self-assessed, this course provides the opportunity to ask the tutor questions and address your own learning points.
  3. The online pre-reading and video content can be accessed at any convenient time and do not have to be done in one sitting.
  4. Your webinar tutorial (a range of dates and times are available) will give you the opportunity to network with other practice nurses and you can contribute to the discussion in a live forum.

Linda studied Agricultural Zoology as her first degree and progressed to medical and veterinary research.  10 years of living in Brazil opened her eyes to infectious diseases at a much more personal level and on returning to the UK she became a nurse, finding a natural niche in travel health and immunisation.  Linda is a double Cameron Lockie prize winner, a member of the Faculty of Travel Medicine and currently works as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Bradford.  Opportunity knocked in 2018-19 when she featured regularly in series 6 of GPs Behind Closed Doors on TV.

Find out more about the course here.

 

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