Millpledge is pleased to be able to offer our popular Bandage talk, “ The Guide to Animal Bandaging”.
The talks are predominantly aimed at student veterinary nurses however, it will give all staff a bit of a refresher.
CPD certificates can be provided when applicable.
The talks are based on our bandage book and offer insight into the knowledge behind applying a bandage.
During the talks, we will cover the following areas:
- Why a bandage may be needed.
- What type of bandage you can apply to achieve your goal.
- The large variety of products available.
- How to choose the product best suited for the bandage you're applying.
- The best way to apply products and examine the golden rules so your efforts are maximising your patients healing potential.
These sessions are available to all colleges and practices involved in the teaching of veterinary nurse students. As we are presenting the talks remotely, there is no limit to the number of attendees and the session may also be recorded should you wish, for your future use and information.
The talks are free of charge and are approximately 1.5 hours long. You will also have the opportunity for Q and A, both during and after the presentation. Please note that the Bandage talks are theoretical.
Please complete the form below to register your interest in booking a bandage talk for your college/practice. A representative will then contact you to arrange a suitable date and time for the remote presentation.
"We would like to say thank you to Angela for the provision of a Millpledge bandaging talk delivered to our 2nd-year SVNs. Angela was so helpful from start to finish, prompt with responses and extremely accommodating when plans changed slightly to accommodate different start times and remote learners last minute. The materials sent to us ahead of the talk were great and very well organised. The session was professional and engaging and the students thoroughly enjoyed it. We would be extremely interested to be involved in future Millpledge training events. Thank you!"
Hannah Lincoln RVN
Lecturer in Veterinary Nursing & Animal Management
The Sheffield College