Elimination

We provide exceptional safe stoma, bladder, and bowel clinical skills training that embraces the principles of person-centered care. At our core, we believe in putting the individual at the centre of everything we do, ensuring that each person receives personalized care that meets their unique needs and preferences. With a focus on clinical excellence and compassionate support, we strive to empower individuals to assist their patients to live their best lives with dignity and independence.

Elimination Skills Training Courses

Colostomy

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the colon
  • indications for a colostomy
  • care and management of the colostomy including measuring, cutting, and placing the pouch
  • complications of colostomies
  • how to empty and change pouches
  • how to complete documentation and record keeping

Conveen

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the rationale behind the use of urinary sheaths for the management of male urinary incontinence
  • the application and removal of the sheath
  • skincare, and tissue viability
  • recognising signs and symptoms of urinary tract infections
  • how to escalate concerns
  • application of convene on manikin
  • accurate documentation and record keeping

Female Urethral Catheterisation

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the female urinary tract
  • types, and causes of female incontinence
  • what catheterisation is
  • indications for urethral catheterisation
  • care and management of a female urethral catheter
  • how to ensure infection control protocols are followed
  • how to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI)
  • what to do if an individual in your care develops a UTI
  • demonstrate on Manikin where appropriate

Glycerine Suppositories

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the colon
  • the indications for the use of a suppository
  • the different types of suppositories and how they are absorbed/how they work
  • when and how to safely administer glycerine suppositories.
  • The importance of documentation and record keeping
  • Demonstrate on manikin Safe administration

Ileostomy Care

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the digestive tract
  • indications for an ileostomy
  • care and management of the ileostomy including measuring, cutting, and placing the pouch
  • complications of ileostomies
  • how to empty and change pouches
  • how to complete documentation and record keeping

Intermittent Catheterisation

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the male and female/male urinary tract
  • types, and causes of male and female incontinence
  • what intermittent catheterisation is
  • indications for intermittent catheterisation
  • how to ensure infection control protocols are followed
  • how to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI)
  • what to do if an individual in your care develops a UTI.
  • Demonstrate on manikin intermittent catheterisation male/female

Male Urethral Catheterisation

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the male urinary tract
  • types, and causes of male incontinence
  • what catheterisation is
  • indications for male urethral catheterisation
  • care and management of a male urethral catheter
  • how to ensure infection control protocols are followed
  • how to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI)
  • what to do if an individual in your care develops a UTI.

Bowel Care and Management

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the lower bowel
  • how to assess bowel function
  • bowel dysfunction and some of its causes
  • how to promote and maintain a healthy bowel for those unable to do so themselves
  • why privacy and dignity are important.
  • demonstrate bowel management systems eg DRS, Peristeen on the manikin

Micro Enema Administration

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the colon
  • the indications for the use of an enema
  • the different types of enemas
  • how enemas work
  • when and how to safely administer enemas.
  • Demonstrate safe administration on the manikin
  • Accurate documentation and record keeping

Mitrofanoff Catheterisation

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the male and female urinary tract
  • types, and causes of female incontinence
  • what mitrofanoff catheterisation is
  • indications for suprapubic catheterisation
  • care and management of a mitrofanoff catheter
  • how to ensure infection control protocols are followed
  • how to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI)
  • what to do if an individual in your care develops a UTI.
  • Accurate documentation and record keeping
  • Demonstration on manikin if required.

Suprapubic Catheterisation

The attendees will be able to give detail of:

  • the anatomy and physiology of the male and female urinary tract
  • types, and causes of female incontinence
  • what suprapubic catheterisation is
  • indications for suprapubic catheterisation
  • care and management of a suprapubic catheter
  • how to ensure infection control protocols are followed
  • how to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI)
  • what to do if an individual in your care develops a UTI.
  • Demonstration on Manikin if required
  • Accurate documentation and record keeping