Paediatric ventilation – a hands-on practical short course, Imperial College London, 27 – 29 April 2020

Changes in service need and health care policy have enabled nurses, physiotherapists and doctors to develop new and novel roles, which directly impact on service delivery for children and their families.

Completion of this interprofessional “Paediatric Ventilation” module will enable you to expand your scope of practice and critical thinking within the clinical environment of Paediatric Intensive Care and within the discipline of Paediatric Ventilation. This clinical module is designed to empower you to acquire competence in the management of ventilation in children of all ages within Paediatric Intensive Care and High Dependency Unit areas.

Course aims: The aim of this course is to enable you to develop enhanced competency in the ventilation of children with a variety of illnesses who are receiving invasive and non-invasive respiratory support. You will be able to demonstrate your ability to make critical, evidence based decisions to benefit health and well being in this age group. In addition you will develop your own and others professional roles within the context of multi-disciplinary care delivery systems.

Who should attend?

The course is designed for clinicians working within the Paediatric Intensive Care or High Dependency setting:

  • Senior nurses with the Paediatric Intensive Care Course and a minimum of 3 years post course experience.
  • Senior physiotherapists with a minimum of one years’ experience and currently working within the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit.
  • Medical staff who are currently working within the Paediatric Intensive Care and High Dependency setting.

Fees: £593 Doctors / £450 Nurses & AHPs

Venue: Imperial College London, St Mary’s Campus

For further information and online registration visit:

Contact: Eva Moreno, CPD, Imperial College London, or +44 (0)207 594 6885