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Blood Results in Mental Health

Duration: 1 Day - Start Time: 09:15 End Time: 16:30 - CPD Hours: 8 - Price: £0.00

A list of available dates can be found at the foot of this page.

Course Overview

For mental health nurses and allied health professionals whose work involves blood tests. This unique one-day course with its focus on mental health is an opportunity to fully understand routine haematology and biochemistry results.


"Very good course - will lead to improvement in patient care. Money well spent! I will be recommending the course to colleagues."


"One of the most interesting and useful courses I have attended since graduating!"


"Excellent standard of taught content. Interesting and enjoyable!"


Past course delegates, June 2014

Course Content

  • Reference ranges and clinical implications in mental health
  • Full Blood Count
  • Urea and Electrolytes
  • Liver Function Tests
  • Inflammatory markers, CRP, PV, ESR
  • Coagulation: INR, DVT
  • Patterns in anaemia and thyroid function tests
  • Clinical case study

Course Aims and Outcomes

  • To interpret routine blood results: U&E, LFT, FBC
  • Baseline measures of red flag non-mental health exclusion
  • References ranges, when to order, when to repeat
  • Therapeutic drug monitoring
  • Basic anatomy and physiology of connected systems

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Course Venues and Prices

    This course is now only provided In-House for groups of people. Please contact us for a quote and further details on: or phone: 017687 73030.

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M&K Update Ltd, The Old Bakery, St Johns Steet, Keswick, Cumbria, CAI2 5AS.

Tel: 017687 73030
Fax: 017687 81099

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