Phlebotomy Training Workshop – Difficult Vascular Access
Patients coming for venipuncture for lab tests and intravenous cannulations are an ongoing challenge in healthcare. Obesity, extremes of age and several medical conditions like severe burns, chemotherapy patients, end stage renal disease may make it extremely difficult for the health care professional to gain vascular access.
This workshop explores different aspects of phlebotomy – starting from routine blood taking to the difficult vascular access issues.
- To produce competent phlebotomist.
- To stimulate a life-long pursuit of education in the medical field.
- To develop interpersonal skills in communicating with patient.
- To provide better educational and employment opportunities.
- Dr Khin Saw Yu
Senior Lecturer / Anaesthesiologist, Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre, IMU
|8:30am||Registration & Breakfast|
|9:00am||Welcome Address & Role of Phlebotomy|
|9:10am||Correct Technique of Drawing Blood Dr Sharena a/p Manocaran Lecturer, Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre, IMU|
|9:55am||Standard Precaution Dr Hazlina binti Abu Bakar Lecturer, Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre, IMU|
|11:00am||Competent Phlebotomist Dr Ramanathan Subramanian Lecturer, Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre, IMU|
|11:45am||Intravenous Cannulation & Difficult Vascular Access Dr Khin Saw Yu Anaesthesiologist / Senior Lecturer, IMU|
|3:15pm||Collecting Certificate of Attendance & Closing|
REGISTRATION FEE (inclusive of SST)
|Early Bird (Before 5 Nov 2020)||RM400|