CONFERENCE! CONFERENCE! CONFERENCE!
March 20th at The Source, Meadowhall, Sheffield
The full programme and application form can be found on the 'Training' page under 'Conference' or by clicking on the word 'Conference' in the 'Events' list opposite
There will be 3 main sessions in the morning: Otitis Externa, Dizziness and Otosclerosis and 4 'Breakout sessions' in the afternoon: Accountability & Delegation, *Re-validation, and updates, including practical workshops, on ear irrigation / microsuction and NHS / private hearing aids
There will be several relevant exhibitors at the morning coffee break and at lunchtime, demonstrating such equipment as the latest in hearing aids and microsuction loupes
Nurses - remember! - you can use attendance at the Conference as your 2-yearly ear care update and as part of your *re-validation
We are in the process of developing a new course - Microsuction for Healthcare Assistants & Assistant Practitioners
This is for those Practices who would prefer their staff not to irrigate and are considering suction. This new course, which we are in the process of modifying and refining, is one response to the dilemma. It was very well received when trialled and, as soon as we are happy with it, we will present it here in Rotherham on a regular basis. We are aware that the equipment for microsuction represents a considerable investment, which is why we have invited a representative from a company who manufacture portable 'loupes' to attend our Conference this year (see above). If you are interested in attending or hosting a course in your venue please get in touch asap.
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