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Abbott Diabetes Care

> Diabetes – The monitoring and management of blood glucose and ketones: e-learning, and printed resource > The impact of long-term complications of diabetes (microvascular and macrovascular): e-learning, and printed resource > Diabetes Care in Pregnancy: e-learning

Accelerate CIC

> Developing Skills in Leg Ulcer Management

Activa Healthcare

> E Learning Modules: Wound care modules - Biofilms, Cavity wounds, Would healing, Wound assessment, Wound management, Wound debridement, Wound exudate, Wound infection, Care home and HCA training: skin function and wound healing, Care home and HCA training: skin care, Care home and HCA training: wound management, Cellulitis, Leg Ulcers, Assessment and management of traumatic wounds, Assessment and management of diabetic foot ulcers, Pressure ulcers; Chronic oedema/lymphedema - Understanding the lymphatic and venous systems, Oedema/chronic oedema - diagnosis and assessment, Lymphoedema - diagnosis and assessment; Compression therapy - Theory of compression

All Wales Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Testing Service

> Familial Hypercholesterolaemia e-learning teaching guide

Anaphylaxis Campaign

> AllergyWise for Healthcare Professionals

Anglia Ruskin University

> MSc/PG Dip Advanced Nursing Practice

Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists

> The ARNS Annual Conference 2017

Association of Stoma Care Nurses UK ASCN

> Stoma Care – Nursing Standards and Audit Tool

AstraZeneca

> Facts about Fluenz e-learning

AstraZeneca

> Diabetes Training Modules

Contact

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  • 020 7647 3647
  • accreditation@rcn.org.uk

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