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Nursing in Practice Birmingham 2014 Presentations

Thank you for attending

We hope your enjoyed the Nursing in Practice Birmingham event this year and found the day valuable for your learning and development. Please find the presentation notes from thsi event as well as a certificate for your CPD folder on this page.

More presentations will be updated as and when we have them available, so please bookmark this page for future reference.

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CPD Certificate


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Presentation slides

Chair's opening remarks
Viv Bennett, Director of Nursing, Department of Health, Public Health England
Kate Gegg, Independent Training Consultant
Treating feverish illness in children. What impact will the NICE quality standards review have on you?
Dr Edward Purssell, Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, Penny McDougall
Practical management of lymphoedema in primary care: Ensuring patients receive the correct therapy
Natalie Lee, Clinical Advisor, Jane Wigg, Clinical Innovations Manager, Haddenham Healthcare
Coffee and health: Letting the facts get in the way of a good headline
Dr Christian Jessen, Doctor of Medicine and Specialist in HIV, Sexual Health and Infectious Disease, Doctorcall Medical Services
The Importance of Talking to Patients About Scarring – Aftercare Advice 
Adele Atkinson, Kingston University and St. George's University of London, Natalia Wieclaw, Bio-Oil Skincare Expert , Skin Therapist and Educator, PGCE
Penny Hunking RD, R.SEN, R.Nutr (Public Health)
Male Cancer Update
Rob Cornes, Male Cancer Information Nurse Specialist, Orchid  
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