Learn best practice managment of patients with ear wax, foreign bodies and/or vestibular problems.
This multidisciplinary course has been tailored for non-vestibular audiologists, physiotherapists and general practitioners looking to refresh on the fundamental principles of vestibular function, assessment and rehabilitation.
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Tailored to Practice Nurses and Reception Staff, this half day course explores:
On the 20th of May private registrars will meet with ear, nose and throat specialists for breakfast and to discuss the latest audiological techniques.
Superior outcomes are evident in hearing practice that follow a patient-centred care approach.
Provides skills to identify and initiate treatment of epistaxis and to effectively perform nasal packing and nasal splints
Provides skills to maintain an airway in an unconscious patient using initial techniques and adjuncts.
Provides a systematic team approach to the management of patient critical incidents with a focus on team interaction
Provides skills to identify and treat earache, common minor ear ailments, infections and abnormalities
Provides skills and knowledge for performing and interpreting otoscopy, tympanometry and basic audiometry
Provides skills and techniques in ENT diagnosis, treatment and referral with an overview of ENT emergencies
Provides skills and knowledge to recognize, assess and manage patients in an immediate period of crisis
Provides skills to apply the advanced life support algorithm and provide safe defibrillation
Provides understanding of the ear, nose and throat including the structural and functional anatomy of each area, basic skills and techniques for identifying and examinging the structures and common disease processes.
Offers practical advice and strategies to optimise management of patients with excess ear wax or a foreign body.