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CPD Training Workhops

 

The importance of Continued Professional Development (CPD)

“Personal and professional development helps manage your own learning and growth throughout your career... and keeps your skills and knowledge up to date and ensures you practice safely and legally.”

Health Careers, 20201

“Continuing Professional Development helps individuals to regularly focus on how they can become a more competent and effective professional … and provides an opportunity for an individual to identify knowledge gaps and to resolve these in a recognisable approach to improvement.”

The CPD Certification Service, 20202

“CPD ensures that you and your knowledge stay relevant and up to date. You are more aware of the changing trends and directions in your profession. The pace of change is probably faster than it’s ever been – and this is a feature of the new normal that we live and work in. If you stand still you will get left behind, as the currency of your knowledge and skills becomes out-dated.”

Continued Professional Development, 20143
 

References:
1. Health Careers. (2020). Continuing professional development (CPD) . [Online] Available at: https://www.healthcareers. nhs.uk/career-planning/developing-your-health-career/personal-and-professional-development/continuingprofessional-development-cpd [Accessed 6 Mar. 2020].
2. The CPD Certification Service. (2020). CPD Explained. [Online] Available at: https://cpduk.co.uk/explained  [Accessed 6 Mar. 2020].
3. Continued Professional Development. (2014). The importance of continuing professional development. [Online] Available at: https://continuingprofessionaldevelopment.org/why-is-cpd-important/ [Accessed 6 Mar. 2020].

 

Managing the Difficult Airway Workshop


Duration - 3 hours
CPD Points Awarded - 3

Learning outcomes

​• Be familiar with upper airway anatomy including  the nasopharynx, oropharynx, laryngopharynx  and larynx

• Define an unexpected difficult airway

• Identify clinical and human factors relating to difficult airways

• Understand algorithms from the DAS guidelines

• Specify when awake flexible scope intubation may be appropriate and which products to use

• Understand key features of Ambu difficult airway management solutions

• Understand current decontamination guidelines and contamination risks associated with reusable scopes

• Gain insight into the costs of reusable scopes

• Gain insight into and identify key findings from NAP4, NCEPOD and Ambu NICE guidance 

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Bronchoscopy in Critical Care Workshop

Duration - 8 hours
CPD Points Awarded - 5 points

Learning outcomes

• Identify anatomical differences between the lungs and name all lobes and segments

• Identify diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for flexible bronchoscopy in ICU

• Identify environmental, human and patient factors to consider before performing bronchoscopies in ICU

• Understand respiratory, cardiovascular and patientspecific physiological changes during bronchoscopy

• Understand key features of Ambu bronchoscopy solutions

• Differentiate between bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL), bronchial lavage (BL) and bronchial wash (BW), and identify indications for each

• Understand traditional sampling methods and the Ambu aScope BronchoSampler solution

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Lung Isolation Workshop


Duration - 3 hours
CPD Points Awarded - 3 points

Learning outcomes

• Understand the broad uses for lung ventilation

• Differentiate between single/one lung ventilation (SLV/OLV) and independent lung ventilation (ILV)

• Identify procedures where lung isolation is required and the two methods of performing lung isolation

• Recall tracheobronchial anatomy and comprehend how differences affect device choice for SLV

• Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using double lumen tubes (DLTs) and endobronchial blockers (EBBs)

• Identify why LDLTs are more commonly used than RDLTs 

• Understand cautions to consider including pressure injuries, tube migration and tube size selection

• Understand the importance and best techniques for visualising airways during lung isolation procedures, including the advantages of continuous visualisation

• Understand key features of Ambu VivaSight, including the single lumen tube (SLT), DLT and EBB

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