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Nurses also receive 25 CEU (continuing education credits) and are eligible for reimbursement of up to $1,500.00 in course fees upon successful completion through the Nursing education initiative (NEI).
At the Feet For Life School of Podortho Nursing we offer exceptional courses to ensure that future Podortho Nurses obtain the highest amount of knowledge from instructors with decades of experience operating successful Podortho Nursing Foot Care practices. Our program is designed for specialization in Advanced Nursing Foot Care. New Nurses will gain knowledge and clinical skills to develop a professional career in this field of practice. This program is also for experienced foot care nurses who wish to update their practical skills and knowledge working within the Health Care Team or expanding their current independent practice.
Advanced Podortho Nursing Course Description
All nurses must be registered with their Nursing Governing Body and also provide valid Nursing Insurance to practice through their affiliate association WeRPN or RNAO.
Added presentations and workshops will be available for groups interested in this field of practice where we will customize a program to suit the needs of the Health Care Team or Experienced Foot Care Provider.
Podortho Nurse Course Outline
250 hour post graduate program (25 CEU Credits) Course includes:
- Advanced Practical Skills
All course materials including text book, student guide, and practice materials are provided on the first day of class.
*Payment must be made first in order to be officially registered and receive course materials.*
Once payment is made you will receive an email confirming your payment and a PDF registration form to complete and send back to FFLSPN to be officially registered
Includes; clinical observations and practice, hands-on activities and a review of comprehensive theory.
Each facilitator on our team, and added industry professionals will support our program with topics in their areas of expertise. Such as;
- Scope of Practice
- Best Practice Guidelines
- Anatomy of the Lower Leg and Foot
- Characteristics of the Aging Foot and Lower Limbs
- Infection Protection and Control
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Patient Foot Health Education
- The Multidisciplinary Health Team
- Nail & Soft Tissue Pathology
- Structural Deformities
- High Risk Categories including: Diabetes, Vascular Disorders, Wound Care and more.
Your clinical skills will be observed and practiced in a state of the art medical Foot Clinic with top of the line instruments, equipment and new foot care technologies including padding and strapping, electric rotary tools, scalpel skills, laser therapy, and much more…
Students will receive the most up-to date and Evidence-Based Best Practice Standards available including Infection Control & Protection Standards for Ontario.
You are not required to purchase instruments for this course. They are provided during clinical practice. All clinical practice is done one on one with instructor. We provide your case studies at the facility with actual patients. You do not have to find your own case studies. All instruments and equipment is provided for your clinical placement. If the student wishes to purchase instruments after course completion FFLSPN offers discounted rates to students.