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Phlebotomy remediation course

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Phlebotomy remediation course

Credits: 
Based on CONO remediation requirement
Venue: 
CCNM
Price: 
$150
Price is for one-hour remediation. Open to candidates seeking remediation or one-on-one training.
Hours: 
2
Course type: 
On-demand

Course description

This 1.5 hour one-on-one course is for NDs seeking remediation or wanting a refresher in how to safely collect blood. The emphasis of the course is on safety, best practices, and proper technique in outpatient settings. Students will develop competency in the safe handling, and collection of specimens commonly required for laboratory evaluation, which includes patient preparation, collection of specimen, processing, storage and transportation of specimens. The course will also cover the types of tubes used, the preservative in each tube, the tests done in each tube type, the correct preparation of each tube before it is sent to the laboratory for analysis, correct labeling of each tube, and placement in a specimen collection bag. The Phlebotomy performance standard is used as the formative learning tool for this course. This performance standard reflects the level of competency expected of naturopathic doctors in clinical practice.

Instructor

Instructors are assigned based on availability. Upon registration, you will be connected with an instructor in order to arrange a suitable date and time for your remediation and to discuss your remediation requirements.
INSTRUCTORS/SPEAKERS

Hind Hussein - Instructor

Hind Hussein obtained her bachelors of medical laboratory sciences in 1991 and her masters in microbiology in 1998. During that time, Hind was also training and teaching students in laboratory applications and practical demonstration at the University of Khartoum. While completing a bridging program at Mohawk College, McMaster University in 2004, she had official placement with Hamilton Regional Laboratory Medicine Program (HRIMP) and became a fully licensed and active member of the College of Medical Laboratory Technologist of Ontario (CMLTO) and the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS). In 2005, Hind joined the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) as medical laboratory technologist. Today, as Lead Medical Technologist, Hind is training and teaching students in phlebotomy, medical laboratory applications and interpretation of laboratory results, while running the lab at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic and Supervising the LifeLabs Patient Collection Centre at CCNM.

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