National Catheter Education Programme
We offer interactive, educational training sessions to multi-professional audiences.
What We Do
\” I have learnt a great deal at this course and I have changed my practice \”
\” I really enjoyed the training session. Was well performed and the videos were very good. The contents were very interesting and very helpful for me as a nurse. \”
\” The course was fantastic!!!
Could you also add in female catheterisation as well as males? \”
The catheter modules were all excellent and I certainly gained a lot of useful information. Please would you develop and create a similar module for intermittent catheters.
Really good course, very well delivered – thank you. Learnt loads. I know it is basic but you might want to mention how csu\’s are taken in the rarity that they are needed from a long term catheter – you can\’t assume that people know to use the sampling port – you might be surprised.
This course was very interesting and the power point presentation was put together well
I have learnt so much today, I work in clinical training freelance, and can\’t wait to go out and deliver such key points . I also still work clinically so I will be able to explain more to my colleagues too. Thank you !
A very informative session and a great presentation. Thank you !
Thank you, it was very nice and useful training.
In my personal experience I feel I should have attended a \”inserting a catheter course\” before hand to get a better concept of the idea however I\’m sure most professionals on the course would have already done this previously.
Extremely informative and very easy to understand
The course was good it didn\’t feel it was for 3 hours. Well presented !
Very hospital and male based. Catheter passports should be promoted as good practice as this is often the only information community nurses get.
I found the course so beneficial, and very educational. I learnt so much and feel I have developed my underlying foundation knowledge in catheters. The only think i would have liked was a handout or access to look over the slides again. Phillip delivered the course so well and made it really easy to understand. Invaluable information for all health care professionals. Thank you
The National Catheter Education Programme is a Health Education England funded initiative that is working to improve the care of patients with indwelling, urethral and supra-pubic catheters using an educational package. The main aims of the Programme are: • to improve the confidence of the workforce in dealing with catheters across acute, community and emergency […]
A recent development at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (ASPH) has been the inception of The National Catheter Training Project (NCTP) – a multi-professional educational (MPE) project that is linked to a systems-change goal. This is serving as a proof-of-concept endeavour and learning tool which, ultimately, aspires to embed similar education-centred systems-change […]
To understand the nature and goals of our project, it is necessary to describe the current clinical issues relating to urinary catheter-care. First, it is a problem of scale: At any one time, an estimated 900 million humans on the planet have a urinary catheter in-situ – it is the most widely used medical appliance […]