Paediatric Minor Illness Diploma

About the course

MA Training is pioneering a unique training programme in Paediatric Education for Primary Care Professionals.

Lead Lecturer Dr Prasadika Labutale is a Clinical Lead for the CCG, an experienced GP and previously a Consultant Paediatrician. She has an excellent reputation and has delivered our courses previously with excellent feedback. She understands the needs and challenges of Healthcare Professionals working within Primary Care who see children and babies.

We are keen to help Healthcare Professionals including Paramedics, Clinical Pharmacists, Nurses and Health Visitors to provide high quality evidence-based care.

We use teaching technology that is second to none with teaching as close to face-to-face as possible. It is a very interactive course which requires participants to use a webcam and microphone.

As always our courses are delivered with humour and include hints and tips from our extensive experience which cannot be found in a textbook. The diploma course is to be accredited by the RCN.

The programme starts with a foundation course which then leads on to a diploma in Paediatric Minor Illness.

Suitable for

This 3 -day course is suitable for Healthcare Professionals who are more experienced with seeing children or babies or who already have undertaken training in History taking and Examination skills.

Programme includes

  • Common presentations in Primary Care
  • The systems of the body and the associated diagnosis and management of the child with a minor illness, red flags and undifferentiated diagnosis
  • Prescribing for children

 

Includes

Competencies for practice/assessment case studies

21 CPD points

Certificate of completion

Cost £500 or pay by instalments £100, then 2 further payments of £200

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Event Schedule Details

  • 01/10/2021
    10:00 - 16:00
  • 02/10/2021
    10:00 - 16:00
  • 16/10/2021
    10:00 - 16:00
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