COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE Curriculum and Assessment Systems For Core Specialty Training (2012) p.114 and p.252 CMP3 Major Trauma Be able to undertake safe urinary catheterisation C3AP9 Urinary retention • Be able to relieve symptoms by passage of a urethral catheter • Be able to insert a supra-pubic catheter
"Practical Skills and Procedures, General Medical Council, April 2019, p.6 Therapeutic Procedures 20. Carry out male and female urinary catheterisation. Insert a urethral catheter in both male and female patients"
RCN Catheter Care Guidance for Health Care Professionals, Feb 2019 3. Competence (p.10) …have the relevant skills and abilities and to maintain competence requirements – you must regularly practise these skills; performing procedures once or twice annually, is not acceptable to maintain competence.
General Surgery Specialist Training
The Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum, General Surgery, Jul 2013, p.63: Technical Skills and Procedures: Urethral catheterisation, Suprapubic catheterisation
Specialist Training in Trauma and Orthopaedics Curriculum August 2015, p.201 Technical Skills and Procedures • Urethral catheterisation • Suprapubic catheterisation
Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses, 2018, p.35
Competence and Curriculum Framework for the Physician Assistant, 2012, 2.4 Specification of core procedural skills.
Urology Specialist Training
ISCP Urology Syllabus, August 2010, p.25.
Specialist Intensive Care Medicine Trainees
Intensive Care Medicine Syllabus Part III, Assessed by Direct Observation of procedural Skills [DOPS] and examination, 2014, p. 3.
Postgraduate Medicine FY1 & FY2
Foundation Programme Curriculum, 2012, updated for 2016, Procedures, p.50.
Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery Trainees
Specialist Training in Trauma and Orthopaedics Curriculum August, 2014, p.228, 232.
Catheter Care Guidance for RCN Nurse, Second Edition, 2012, p.51.
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