This course is designed to support primary care clinicians when completing an anticoagulant review as per the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) indicators.
Who is the training suitable for?
This course is suitable for Primary care clinicians including Pharmacists, Nurses & GPs who intend on completing anticoagulant reviews or as part of a wider Structured Medication Review (SMR).
So what modules have we included in the training?
This e-learning course will meet your training needs by providing the following modules:
Introduction to anticoagulants – Indicators for use
The types of anticoagulants that are available?
Mechanism of action of DOACs (Direct Oral Anticoagulants) & Warfarin
Anticoagulant Drug Summaries
Anticoagulant Medication Review – Points to cover
How long will the training take me to complete?
We appreciate everyone learns at a different pace, we have allocated 2.5 CPD hours to this course though we know that some will complete the course faster and some slower. You will have access to all the resources to refer to following completion of the training for 10 months from enrolment.
Please also note that no professional should undertake any procedure unless they and their employer are satisfied that they are competent to do so. A period of supervised practice would be strongly recommended in addition to comprehensive training when a practitioner is new to any skill.