Continuous training is an indispensable component to ensure high-quality performance by nursing personnel in out-patient facilities. IHRE APOTHEKER help you to satisfy the high demands on quality. A practical approach and the latest scientific discoveries are key components of our pharmaceutical training courses.
What we offer
Basic training communicating knowledge of medication and medical products
Follow-up training for applying medication and medical products for certain indications
Training on nutrition issues such as parenteral nutrition or malnutrition
Training in handling medical technology such as PEG probes or port/catheter systems
We align the targets, content, methods and time volume to your individual requirements
We attach great importance to practical experience and methodical variety when selecting speakers
Our training courses take consideration of existing expert standards
We also offer in-house training tailored to your respective facility
IHRE APOTHEKER is at your service when it comes to staying abreast of your pharmaceutical skills. We develop and organise individual training courses and presentations on pharmaceutical issues such as medication therapies and dosages, handling side effects and interactions, pharmaceutical application systems (e.g. probes or pump systems), geriatric pharmacy, hygiene requirements and much more. We co-ordinate the type, scope and duration of seminars individually with nursing management.
In our pharmaceutical training seminars, we show you how to practically tap economical resources in out-patient nursing routines. And we can also provide assistance in drawing up SOPs or queries relating to certification processes.
Our objective is to use our training measures to maintain or develop our customers' pharmaceutical expertise as well as focus on active engagement with health-related challenges. Our in-house training seminars represent an individual and effective form of qualification without incurring any financial expense for you. Courses are held in your environment, promoting teamwork and ensuring standardised levels of training within a nursing team. Higher levels of qualification are particularly beneficial for your out-patients while offering your nursing staff advantages over the competition.