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Our aim is to deliver focused medical training to promote excellence in patient safety and satisfaction - Dr Matt Kerton, Course Founder

Developing courses to promote excellence

We first ran our ultrasound guided vascular access course in 2011, with the simple aim of improving the success rates of peripheral venous cannulation in patients known to be difficult to cannulate. Over the last 10 years we have developed our course to provide high quality teaching and allow the candidates the chance to get a significant amount of hands on experience during the course on tailor made manikins. We firmly believe this is a skill everyone can learn and use.

Attendees at all our courses have a variety of training backgrounds, doctors from Foundation Year 1 to consultants, all grades of nursing staff, advanced nurse practitioners, radiographers and intensive care technicians, just to name a few.

Building on the lessons we have learnt in developing The Vascular Access Course, we will look to utilise the main learning points in helping to promote and establish other vascular access courses in other regions who share our passion for quality courses aimed at improving patient safety and satisfaction.

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