We use cookies to help us improve the website and your experience using it. You may delete and block all cookies from this site at any time. However, please note this may result in parts of the site no longer working correctly. If you continue without changing your settings we will assume you are happy to receive all cookies on this site.

Close

Education Events

7th September - Special Grand Round with guest speaker Matthew Syed

If you are interested in patient safety and working in a high performance culture, don't miss the opportunity to hear Matthew Syed speak at our special grand round on Wednesday 7th September 12:30-13:15 in the Post Graduate Lecture Theatre, Central Manchester Hospitals.

Matthew is an acclaimed Times Journalist, Olympian and author of Black Box Thinking  http://www.matthewsyed.co.uk/

10th November - Tuberculosis 2016

This course is organised by Prof Mark Woodhead and Prof Bertie Squire in conjunction with the Liverpool Medical Institution.

It is suitable for nurses involved in TB management, general practitioners, hospital physicians, microbiologists, public health doctors and anyone else involved in the care of TB patients and their families.

The course includes:

  • One Year of TB Control Boards - Jane Rossini
  • The 'New' NICE Tubercolosis Guideline - Christine Bell
  • Enhanced Case Management - Angela Tucker
  • Contract Tracing in NW England - Tom Wingfield
  • Tricky Cases - What Would You Do? - Mark Woodhead
  • CNS Tubercolosis - Tom Gorsuch
  • TB Outcomes in Children - Fran Child
  • Whole Genome Sequencing Uses - Andrew Dodgson
  • Old Drugs - Better Uses - Marc Lipman

For more information contact Peter Nield

Tel: 0161 701 1903

email: Peter.Nield@cmft.nhs.uk

14th November - Fetal Monitor Masterclass

The course includes:

  • The Bitter Truth: Understanding the Limitations of CTG & Guidelines
  • Paradigm Shift from'Pattern' Recognition to 'Process' Recognition: Understanding Fetal Heart Rate Control and Pathophysiology of Fetal Hypoxia in Labour with the Aid of CTG
  • CTG Patterns in Types of Hypoxia in Labour & Rational Use of FIGO Guidelines on Clinical Practice
  • Fetal Acid Base Balance: Role and Timing of Additional Tests of Fetal Well Being
  • Interactive Review of Cases: Application of 'Pathophysiology of Fetal Hypoxia' & 'Incorporating Clinical Picture' in Interpreting CTG Traces
  • Management of Intrapartum Accidents, Meconium Staining of Amniotic Fluid and Previous Caesarean Sections

Speaker

Mr Edwin Chandraharan

Mr Chandraharan is a Consultant specialising in a range of Obstetric conditions including, cases of Obstetric haemorrhage such as placenta percreta, intrapartum fetal monitoring and instrumental vaginal births including traumatic births and early pregnancy.

Mr Chandharan qualified in 1994 and has obtained a Master of Surgery in Obstetrics and Gynaecology qualification. He also has a Diploma of the faculty of family planning and a Reproductive Healthcare Diploma in clinical claims and risk management.

Mr Chanraharan runs intrapartum monitoring courses at St George's University of London, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the charity Baby LifeLine.

For more information contact Peter Nield

Tel: 0161 701 1903

email: Peter.Nield@cmft.nhs.uk