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Medical matters for non-medical staff
01 Oct 2019 - 01 Oct 2019

Medical matters for non-medical staff


Date: October 01, 2019 

Venue: Princess Beatrice House, Kensington Park School, 192 Finborough Road, London, SW10 9BA

Cost: Member £210 / Non-member £260

Audience: All boarding staff, Head of Boarding, staff with trip supervisory roles


Why should you attend?

The day is aimed at staff who take specific medical responsibility for pupils in their care, usually where there is no full time formal medical provision in place. 


To build confidence for those caring for unwell or injured pupils who do not hold a professional medical qualification.  It enables networking with colleagues in schools with a similar set up and offers some practical signposting to gain further help and support.



10 – 10:30        Tea/Coffee on arrival

10:30                Welcome and Introduction

10:35                Session 1 – Guidance for working safely

11:30                Tea/Coffee

11:45                Session 2 – Management of medicines

12:45                Lunch

13:30                Session 3 – Supporting pupils with long-term conditions

14:30                Tea/Coffee

14:45                Session 4 – The unwell or injured pupil – red flags – and Infection control

15:30                Close



Wider context and/or application to the Boarding sector:

It is a busy day that provides help and consideration on simple medical policy, practical advice on supporting those with acute and chronic conditions as well as highlight "red flag" to identify potentially serious conditions.

Outcomes and resources:

Access to resources freely available and confidence in promoting safe and effective care.



Speaker: Jill Hill, Lead Nurse, Cheltenham Ladies College and BSA Nurse Advisor

Jill is the Lead Nurse at Cheltenham Ladies College and one of the BSA Nurse Advisors.  After a long career as a senior nurse in Emergency care, Jill started at CLC in 2012 and has never looked back.  Jill is passionate about promoting the nursing profession within the educational environment and is an advocate for her pupils and the staff supporting them.


Princess Beatrice House, Kensington Park School, London, Princess Beatrice House, Kensington Park School, 192 Finborough Road, London, SW10 9BA, United Kingdom