Gastrointestinal Nursing Education
We aim to offer Gastrointestinal Nurses access to high quality educational courses and study days that support competent clinical practice from early post-registration practice to advanced practitioner/nurse consultant practice.
Our nurse education aims to provide a range of intellectually stimulating and contemporary education which will promote knowledge and skills development within GI nursing. We welcome opportunities for collaboration and are happy to discuss your ideas for both teaching and research.
We also accept overseas visitors for a small daily charge. If you have ideas, or if you would like to go onto the mailing list to receive details of courses and events please contact St Mark's Academic Institute.
Download the Specialist Gastrointestinal Education for Nurses 2013 leaflet.
Advanced Ileo-anal Pouch Workshop - Date: 18 July 2013
Getting to the bottom of palliative care: topical issues for colorectal cancer - Date: 13 September 2013
Psychological and Emotional Issues in the care of IBD Patients - Date: 16 September 2013
Endoscopy Nurse Assistant 4 Day Master Class 25th September 2013 - 17th October
Intestinal Failure Study Day & Workshop in Home Parental Nutrition - Date: 9 October 2013
National Gastrointestinal Nursing’ Conference - Date: 13 November 2013
11th Frontiers in Intestinal and Colorectal Disease - Date: 26 November 2013
Publication by St Mark's Nurses in 2012
Click here for the list of the publications.
Feedback from courses:
These are the comments for the Anterior Resection Study Day - Date: 4 June 2013
“Great Course – enjoyed it immensely
A really enjoyable day. Very informative. Great Hint and Tips
Very enjoyable day, liked the fact it was informal and group involvement and interaction.
An excellent day which took me back to basics as well as provided specialist learning about an area of my practice where I feel I lack knowledge and therefore the ability to help my patients.
Have picked up brilliant tips and potential plans for development within out service especially concerning pre-reversal surgery. ”
For further information contact St Mark's Academic Institute.