Blood Results in Primary Care

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Cover common bloods taken in primary care. Discuss the normal ranges and interpretation of these within a primary care setting. Add to your existing knowledge and experience.

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Overview

This is a non-accredited workshop which is available to both Practice Nurses and Healthcare Assistants. The workshop will cover common bloods taken in primary care and discuss the normal ranges and interpretation of these within a primary care setting.

Why us?

  • Sessions are created and delivered by practitioners who specialise within their area of nursing. Years of experience and knowledge has provided a great interest from practitioners in wanting to attend such sessions.

Course structure

Sessions are created and delivered by practitioners who specialise within their area of nursing. Years of experience and knowledge has provided a great interest from practitioners in wanting to attend such sessions.

Topics covered include:

  • Common bloods taken in primary care
  • Normal ranges
  • Interpretation in primary care

Sciences Complex,
City Campus,
Sunderland,
SR1 3RG

54.905143,-1.392352

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Facilities

This course is based in the Sciences Complex at our City Campus, which boasts excellent facilities and cutting-edge equipment thanks to multi-million-pound investments.

Entry requirements

You must be a Registered Nurse or Healthcare Assistant.

Fees and finance

The fee for this course is £110, but you may be eligible for HEENE funding.

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