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This workshop explores the underpinning theory and techniques of venous access and cannulation. From here participants will have practical time to learn about the appropriate techniques for phlebotomy and cannulation, best practice, and available devices. During this session, participants will work on simulated arms. This is a hands on, face to face session for all attendees.

What to expect
In this three-hour workshop participants will be reviewing back to basics knowledge on the venous system and vein selection for cannulation. Learn the theory of phlebotomy and related essential knowledge, the theory of cannulation, best practice techniques, and device selection. Enjoy getting involved with a practical session in which participants can utilise the skills they have learned throughout the day in a simulated environment. 

Presenter
Tamara Gee is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years of clinical practice both locally, nationally, and internationally. She has been an Emergency Room Nurse for over a decade and has 15 plus years of experience in the provision of nursing education including undergraduate degrees, VET, CPD, and clinical simulation. Tarama has been actively teaching venepuncture and cannulation since 2014. She also holds a Masters in Education and postgraduates in; clinical simulation, education, emergency room nursing and anaesthetics, and recovery room nursing.

Price
Non-members: $140
ANMF members: $110
Students :$80

CPD Hours
3 hours

Important information

  • This session is a face to face session held at the ANMF/HERC Hobart office, 182 Macquarie Street, Hobart Tasmania.
  • Registrations for this event are essential, due to COVID-19 restrictions, spaces are limited to allow for appropriate social distancing

Register

This event is now at capacity and no longer accepting registrations. If you would like to go on a waitlist, please email info@herc.tas.edu.au. Thank you to everyone who has registered to attend, we look forward to seeing you on the day.

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