Learn how to recognise and treat anaphylaxis - a severe and potentially life-threatening condition that is becoming increasingly common. This module explains the pathophysiology, causes and treatment of this condition.
This module reviews ankylosing spondylitis, including the signs and symptoms, diagnosis and management. Update your clinical knowledge of the changes in treatment as a result of anti-tumour necrosis factor therapy.
As this module identifies paracetamol as the drug most commonly used in overdose, which can be fatal. Improve your assessment and management skills of adults with paracetamol poisoning, and learn strategies to reduce the incidence and severity of this form of poisoning.
Discover how to assess, manage and support of patients with ankle injuries. By understanding the anatomy and physiology of the ankle nurses can identify significant injuries and liaise with the multidisciplinary team to improve patient care and outcomes.
All students undertaking a nursing programme in the UK are required to complete clinical practice placements. Discover what you can do to ensure a successful and educational clinical practice placement.