Workshop on Managing Common ENT Problems in Primary Care and Otoscopy is praised at Institute of Medicine
The Institute of Medicine at The University of Bolton hosted a highly successful workshop on ‘Managing Common ENT Problems in Primary Care and Otoscopy’.
The sessions, held on 30 June, were aimed at General Practitioners (GPs), GP Trainees, Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANPs), and paramedics.
It provided a comprehensive platform for healthcare professionals to enhance their skills in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of ear, nose, and throat (ENT) conditions.
With an increasing demand for specialised care in primary care settings, the workshop aimed to equip participants with the tools and knowledge to effectively manage
UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON'S INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE SETS THE STANDARD WITH SUCCESSFUL ENT COURSE FOR JUNIOR DOCTORS
The Institute of Medicine at the University of Bolton held a comprehensive Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) course for junior doctors.
The course was led by experienced faculty of ENT specialists, who provided engaging and informative lectures, case-based discussions and hands-on training sessions.
It was designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of junior doctors in the diagnosis and management of common ENT conditions.
It covered a range of topics, including the anatomy and physiology of the ear, nose, and throat, common ENT conditions and identifying more complex conditions.
In addition to theoretical knowledge, the course offered practical experience in performing ENT examinations and procedures, with hands-on training sessions, where junior doctors were able to practise techniques such as nasal endoscopy, otoscopy and flexible laryngoscopy.
Delegates praised the course for its engaging and informative content, as well as
CUTTING-EDGE TRAINING: CELEBRATING OUR FIRST BASIC SURGICAL SKILLS (RCSED) COURSE AT THE INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE, THE UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON
Overseen by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, The Institute of Medicine at Bolton University has recently held its first Basic Surgical Skills Course, marking a significant milestone in the establishment of the new Institute of Medicine at The University of Bolton.
The course was attended by enthusiastic young doctors, eager to learn and develop their surgical skills and pursue their first surgical training post. The success of this course has set a positive tone for the future of medical education at the Institute of Medicine.
The two-day Basic Surgical Skills Course was designed to instil core surgical skills at the start of a surgeon’s training by teaching the correct basic techniques. The course covered a range of topics, including instrument handling, knot tying, suturing techniques, fine tissue handling, wound