3-Day Basic IVT Training at Mercy Community Hospital (Iligan City) on March 28 – 30, 2011

Aesculap Academy

Aesculap Academy’s 3-Day Basic Intravenous Therapy (IVT) Training

Date: March 28 – 30, 2011
Location: Mercy Community Hospital (Iligan City)

The Intravenous Therapy (IVT) training program is primarily designed to ensure safe practice in Intravenous Therapy. This program will enhance the nurses’ attitude, knowledge and skills in the delivery of their expanded role as intravenous nurse therapists. This course consists of discussions of concepts in intravenous therapy and demonstration of skills in access-related situations. It consists of 24-hour didactic lectures and practicum utilizing Procedures I-IV checklist as the framework for providing safe IV therapy practice.

Speaker(s): ANSAP Trainers and Preceptors

Endorsement: Association of Nursing Service Administrators of the Philippines, Inc. (ANSAP)

Maximum number of participants: 65

Note:

  • Completion of the training program requirements facilitates issuance of IV Therapy License
  • Course fee varies per institution.
  • Reservation should be made at the hospital’s Nursing Service Office.

For further questions, contact:
Telephone number: (02) 633-7284 to 95
E-mail address: phil.cruz@bbraun.com

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Source: Aesculap Academy

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