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ProfCert IV Cannulation & Administration


Online University College Dublin UCD School of Medicine

Part time April, September Other, PgCert Part-time: 6-12 months

About the course

This module provides an appropriate theoretical background for radiographers and radiation therapists undertaking intravenous administration in an imaging department. In conjunction with a supervised schedule of administered injections, the course facilitates practical ability in intravenous cannulation and the necessary knowledge required to administer contrast agents in the Imaging department. This course provides insight into application of the current European guidelines, ensuring that candidates are experts in this field on completion.

Course Features

  • Equips participants with practical ability in intravenous administration.
  • Provides theoretical training for radiographers and radiation therapists undertaking intravenous administration in imaging departments.
  • One day attendance,

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Entry Requirements

The module is open to radiographers and radiation therapists. Other healthcare professionals will be considered on a case by case basis.

Candidates are required to arrange for a suitably qualified supervisor to oversee their clinical experience [radiologist, physician, IV qualified radiographer, or equivalent].

All candidates must have access to a broadband internet connection to study and engage with the online material. A dial-up facility will not be sufficent.

All students must check in on Brightspace (the UCD online learning hub) regularly.

Availibility to attend UCD for one day. Confirmation of date available on request. Please contact the academic programme director.


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