AURAL CARE COURSE Wax removal using microsuction

Posted by admingwen on September 27, 2019

AURAL CARE COURSE Wax removal using microsuction

Sep 27th - All Day
Sep 28th - All Day

North West School of Audiology are holding a AURAL CARE COURSE Wax removal using microsuction. Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th September 2019 At Withington Community Hospital (WCH), Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.

What this course covers
* Review of anatomy and physiology of the ear.
* Otoscopy to identify ear conditions including types of  cerumen, infections and other conditions affecting the structure and function of the outer and middle ear.
* Equipment and infection control
* Safe removal of cerumen and other objects from the ear canal
* Practical sessions using otoscope, head loupe, microscope, microsuction, portable suction, curettes, Jobson-Horne, forceps.
* Setting up a wax removal service

This will be delivered by
* ENT Consultants,
* Aural Care Nurse 
* Audiology advanced practitioner

Location
The venue for this year’s course will take place at Withington Community Hospital (WCH), Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. WCH is based in South Manchester and is easily accessible by road and public transport.

Course cost will be £380 for the 2 days and there is a limit of 12 participants to ensure practical session time.
You will be expected to gain competencies following the course under supervision. If you are unable to gain competencies at your own place of work please contact the organiser for further details.

To apply for a place or for more information please contact: Kathryn Lewis, Secretary NWSA Kathryn.lewis@mft.nhs.uk. Telephone: 0161 217 3206


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