WS

Workshops

First Aid

15
February 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

16
February 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

17
February 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

18
February 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

19
February 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

12
April 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

13
April 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

14
April 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

15
April 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

First Aid

16
April 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
6.5 hours

Aim

To enable pre-registration students to deal with minor and deteriorating conditions and to use emergency life support techniques where appropriate.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • manage the first aid scene and decide on first aid priorities
  • treat minor bleeding and minor burns
  • deal with bites, stings, sprains and strains
  • treat a choking casualty
  • manage a casualty with severe bleeding or chest pain
  • use emergency life support techniques (CPR) for adult resuscitation.

Law and Ethics

12
January 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
5.5 hours

Aim

To address the link between law and ethics and how they apply to the practice of pharmacy in Northern Ireland.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • review the common and critical points of pharmacy law with particular attention to recent legislation
  • demonstrate how the law is interpreted and applied in practice
  • apply professional ethics to situations that you encounter in the workplace
  • promote the concept of professional conduct.

Law and Ethics

19
January 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
5.5 hours

Aim

To address the link between law and ethics and how they apply to the practice of pharmacy in Northern Ireland.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • review the common and critical points of pharmacy law with particular attention to recent legislation
  • demonstrate how the law is interpreted and applied in practice
  • apply professional ethics to situations that you encounter in the workplace
  • promote the concept of professional conduct.

Law and Ethics

21
January 2021

9.30 am - 5.00 pm
5.5 hours

Aim

To address the link between law and ethics and how they apply to the practice of pharmacy in Northern Ireland.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • review the common and critical points of pharmacy law with particular attention to recent legislation
  • demonstrate how the law is interpreted and applied in practice
  • apply professional ethics to situations that you encounter in the workplace
  • promote the concept of professional conduct.