Announcement

Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and IMSTA

The Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and IMSTA are delighted to announce a new innovative Credentialing Education Programme for Healthcare Industry Representatives (HCIRs) entering healthcare facilities for the purpose of conducting business. Patient health, safety and confidentiality are the primary focus of the programme. 

This bespoke blended-learning programme entitled: “IMSTA sponsored HealthCare Industry Representative Credentialing Programme” will be delivered over 12 hours. Four hours of the programme will be delivered face-to-face in the RCSI, with a further 8 hours of content delivered on-line via the Faculty’s online Platform “Moodle”, at a time and location convenient to the participant. Participants will be required to complete a short Multiple Choice Quiz (MCQ) on completion of the programme. 

This programme aims to enhance the standards of training for HCIRs visiting healthcare organisations, provide assurance to health service and hospital staff and support public and private health service providers fulfil their duty of care to protect patients and ensure safe outcomes. 

Start Date

The programme will commence at 9am, on March 10th 2017, in the RCSI, 123 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. 

Register for this Programme

Registration for this programme will be available on the CPD Programmes page of the Faculty’s website on Monday 13th February 2017  http://www.rcsi.ie/fnm_courses. 

Requirements Prior to Acceptance on the Programme:

  • Completed Application Form- This form contains a section, which must be completed by the Employer, signed, and dated;
  • Evidence of Payment;
  • Photograph

Cost

€100.00 per participant

Further Information on this Programme

Further information is available from

Ms. Catherine Clune Mulvaney

Operations & Education Manager

Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery

123 St. Stephen’s Green,

Dublin 2

T: 01 402 5172  M: 087 6374002

E: ccmulvaney@rcsi.ie