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Dry Needling Safety Principles:

Prevention of Pneumothorax Certificate

 

Online Course

Coming April 2020

 

Smooth learning platform - audiovisual

Patient safety is paramount in dry needling practice.

Pneumothoraces have and do occur. They are considered a rare but serious adverse event. This course aims to standardize knowledge and approach to the prevention of iatrogenic dry needling pneumothorax.

 

Contents includes:

Safety, review of relevant literature, prevention,

techniques, guidelines, case studies, and the importance of anatomy

Question section to audit leaning

 

Audiovisual  learning platform

Standardise safety approach to the prevention of pneumothorax

and the safety of your staff clinicians

Online module, take at your own pace

 

Relevant for clinicians, employers, and healthcare managers

Relevant to dry needling, western acupuncture, and acupuncture

 

info@unitedphysio.com

Dr Johnson McEvoy MSc, DPT, MISCP, PT

Chartered Physiotherapist, Ireland

 

Relevant Publications

  1. McEvoy et al, Guidelines for Dry Needling Practice, Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, Dublin, Ireland 2012

  2. Brady, McEvoy, Dommerholt & Doody, Adverse events following trigger point dry needling: a prospective survey of chartered physiotherapists.J Man Manip Ther. Aug;22(3):134-40 2014

  3. McEvoy, Trigger point dry needling: safety guidelines, Trigger Point Dry Needling, Chapter 4, Churchill Livingstone 2013

  4. McEvoy, Trigger point dry needling: safety guidelines, Trigger Point Dry Needling, Chapter 5, Second Edition, Churchill Livingstone 2018

  5. McEvoy, Trigger Point Dry Needling Safety, Conference presentation, University of Juan Carlos Madrid, 2011

  6. McEvoy, Trigger Point Dry Needling Safety, Conference presentation, Once Madrid 2020

ry Needling Safety Principles:

Prevention of Pneumothorax Certificate

 

Online Course

Coming April 2020

 

Smooth learning platform - audiovisual

Patient safety is paramount in dry needling practice.

Pneumothoraces have and do occur. They are considered a rare but serious adverse event. This course aims to standardize knowledge and approach to the prevention of iatrogenic dry needling pneumothorax.

 

Contents includes:

Safety, review of relevant literature, prevention,

techniques, guidelines, case studies, and the importance of anatomy

Question section to audit leaning

 

Audiovisual  learning platform

Standardise safety approach to the prevention of pneumothorax

and the safety of your staff clinicians

Online module, take at your own pace

 

Relevant for clinicians, employers, and healthcare managers

Relevant to dry needling, western acupuncture, and acupuncture

 

info@unitedphysio.com

Dr Johnson McEvoy MSc, DPT, MISCP, PT

Chartered Physiotherapist, Ireland

 

Relevant Publications

  1. McEvoy et al, Guidelines for Dry Needling Practice, Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, Dublin, Ireland 2012

  2. Brady, McEvoy, Dommerholt & Doody, Adverse events following trigger point dry needling: a prospective survey of chartered physiotherapists.J Man Manip Ther. Aug;22(3):134-40 2014

  3. McEvoy, Trigger point dry needling: safety guidelines, Trigger Point Dry Needling, Chapter 4, Churchill Livingstone 2013

  4. McEvoy, Trigger point dry needling: safety guidelines, Trigger Point Dry Needling, Chapter 5, Second Edition, Churchill Livingstone 2018

  5. McEvoy, Trigger Point Dry Needling Safety, Conference presentation, University of Juan Carlos Madrid, 2011

  6. McEvoy, Trigger Point Dry Needling Safety, Conference presentation, Once Madrid 2020