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What is the course about

Research has proved nurses trained in aural care can save general practitioner consulting time and prescribing costs. The knowledge and practical skills gained from this study day will enable nurses and other healthcare professionals to take a more active role in the prevention of ear problems and provide safe confident practice which can reduce patient discomfort, speed up resolution and make referrals more appropriate.

Tara Tripp and Bernadette Mitchell work closely with Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust to promote and provide aural care training.

Who is it for?

The study day is suitable for a whole range of individuals working in healthcare positions including, but not limited to;

Practice Nurses Registered Nurses
Health Care Assistants District Nurses
Carers GP's
Community Nurses

If you are unsure if the course is suitable for you, please contact the practice.

Testimonials

Fabulous! It was professional and well organised right from the moment I drove into the carpark.
Huge knowledge and skills gained. Teaching was excellent!
Very enjoyable and useful course. Good amount of practical & theory. The right amount of information was included.
Very well organised, excellent venue and facilities. The course was brilliantly presented and I have learned some vital skills to help me in my role.
A really great day, really informative and presenters insure all individuals were catered for and confident before leaving. Thank you.

Next Course

The next Oxford Aural Care Study Day will be held on Tuesday 7th November 2017 at the Kassam Stadium, Oxford.

To book your place, or to find out more information, please contact Shara on 01865 910 202 or email shara@tripphearing.co.uk.

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