Understanding Microbiology for Aseptic Services

The one-day course will cover:

  • intelligent monitoring
  • interpretation of data
  • control measures
  • trending data
  • and investigations

 

The course will be delivered via:

  • presentations
  • demonstrations
  • interactive discussions
  • and workshops

This course has been specifically designed to give you an overview of practical microbiology and is ideal for those currently working in the aseptic services field. In particular accountable pharmacists should consider attending this course along with:

  • releasing officers
  • chief/senior technicians
  • authorised pharmacists
  • product approvers
  • and production managers

"An exceptional course well worth the time for all. Acts as a refresher for the experienced personnel"
Royal Derby Hospital

"A really useful and job related course. Answered many questions on real life situations"
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

"Excellent course for both experienced staff and for staff new to aseptic services"
Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

"The course is a very well presented comprehensive introduction to many aspects of microbiology, utilising taught material and interactive sessions to make a really enjoyable course"
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust

"The course gives an excellent overview of microbiology and trending which is relevant to many levels of staff in the NHS"
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust

This new one day course will be delivered by experts in the NHS Pharmaceutical Microbiology field.

Course Director: 
John Rhodes
Pharmaceutical Microbiology Consultant, Stockton

Organising team and speakers:

Linda Musker, QA Specialist, Specialist Pharmacy Service North
Mark Oldcorne, All Wales QA Pharmacist, Wrexham Maelor Hospital
Vikki Robbins, Senior Analyst R&D QCNW (Liverpool), The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals
Vicky Tickle, Head Microbiologist, Stockton Quality Control Laboratory
Bernie Sanders, Regional QA Specialist East Midlands, Nottingham University Hospitals

£315

The course fee includes cost of tuition, course materials, lunch and light refreshments. 

The venue for the 2019 course will be BRISTOL:

The New Village Hotel
Bullfinch Close,
Filton,
Bristol
BS34 6FG

Wedneday night accommodation (if required) 
The University has negotiated a 20% discount on a small number of rooms at the Village Hotel the evening prior to the course (Wednesday 3 April) on a bed and breakfast basis for those who wish to travel the evening before the course. These rooms are subject to availability and sold on a first come first served basis.

Rooms must be booked directly with the hotel using the University discount code (PRO20A) of 20% applicable on the live rates at the time of booking. Delegates to telephone the hotel directly on 0117 456 3434 to make a reservation using this code.

Accommodation is not included in the course fee. 

Wedneday night accommodation (if required) 
The University has negotiated a 20% discount on a small number of rooms at the Village Hotel the evening prior to the course (Wednesday 3 April) on a bed and breakfast basis for those who wish to travel the evening before the course. These rooms are subject to availability and sold on a first come first served basis.

Rooms must be booked directly with the hotel using the University discount code (PRO20A) of 20% applicable on the live rates at the time of booking. Delegates to telephone the hotel directly on 0117 456 3434 to make a reservation using this code.

Harriet Wills
Course Coordinator

CPD Conference and Events Unit
Faculty of Engineering
School of Chemical and Process Engineering, 3.11
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT

T: +44 (0)113 343 2494

E: cpd@healthcare.leeds.ac.uk