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Take your vascular access practice to the next level!

Posted by Jessica Schuts on 29 July 2020

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What is the course?

For the postgraduate student, vascular access clinician, or industry professional wanting to beef up their knowledge of vascular access, the Griffith University Vascular Access Devices And Intravenous Therapy: Transforming Evidence course could be the next best step in your career.
The course content has been developed by international leaders in the field of vascular access and education (Claire Rickard, Marie Cooke and Nicole Marsh) and is based on international, up-to-date evidence from clinicians and researchers including Amanda Ullman, Tricia Kleidon, Vineet Chopra, Nancy Moureau, Gillian Ray-Barruel, and Evan Alexandrou.  Where else could you have access to these experts in the comfort of your own home?

What's involved?
3 modules over 11 weeks (November 2020 to January 2021 with breaks for key holidays).
o Module 1. Vascular Access Device Selection and Insertion
o Module 2. Vascular Access Device Care and Removal
o Module 3. Influencing Practice at an Institutional/Organisational Level
3 assessments with online peer and course convenor (teacher) support.
Fully online opportunity
10 credit points (for postgraduate students)

What use is the course to me?
At the end of this course, you'll have better tools, knowledge and resources to change practice and make a difference. Professionally, this course is one of the first in the world to provide a tertiary level certificate in vascular access specialisation. Where you take this is up to you!

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Author:Jessica Schuts
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