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Organisation Description

We provide several courses (including Theatre Access and Acute Care Access) that support the MIA (Medical Industry Accredited) service.

MIA allows suppliers to the NHS to apply for an ID card which demonstrates that they are qualified to be present within hospital environments.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Theatre Access Basic Course

    Online Course | Medical Industry Limited

    Medical Industry Limited

    This online course is designed to provide information for healthcare suppliers/engineers in order to reduce risk to yourself; the patient and other members of the surgical team. It sets out to give information for this high-risk environment; the operating room and other areas of the hospital where interventional procedures take place; so that you can safely perform your role.

  • Theatre Access Refresher Course

    Online Course | Medical Industry Limited

    Medical Industry Limited

    The purpose of this online refresher course is to enable the user to maintain their knowledge base of rules and regulations which change; so that they are compliant with requirements for the location of their business activity and are safe with their ultimate end user; the patient. It is accepted that much of the basic information is not repeated here – although some of it is. Much of what we remind users relates to the safety frameworks which reduce risk to patients; the medical device company representative and also to other team members.

  • Acute Care Access Course

    Online Course | Medical Industry Limited

    Medical Industry Limited

    This online course is designed to provide the knowledge required to visit the acute care area of a hospital. Such areas include high dependency units; intensive care units; special care baby units and other wards or areas where patients may be seriously ill.

  • Aseptic Technique Short Course

    Online Course | Medical Industry Limited

    Medical Industry Limited

    This online course looks at how hospital staff undertake procedures that require them to use aseptic techniques to render their hands/arms and the patient’s clinical area; wound; proposed surgical site; etc.; as free from microorganisms as possible.

  • Infection Prevention and Control

    Online Course | Medical Industry Limited

    Medical Industry Limited

    Infection control and prevention is an essential element of patient safety. Infection can cause considerable pain; suffering and potentially death to patients. All those who come into contact with and are in the environment where vulnerable patients are; have a responsibility to modify their behaviour to ensure that transmission of infection is reduced to a minimum. The environments discussed here relate to surgical intervention; where due to the incision/wound created; patients are especially vulnerable. These are operating rooms and to a lesser extent catheter laboratories and radiology departments. This online course also includes training on blood borne pathogens/viruses.

  • ABHI Code Course

    Online Course | Medical Industry Limited

    Medical Industry Limited

    The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) is a UK medical technology trade association. It champions the use of safe and effective medical technologies to support high quality patient outcomes and health system efficiency. The code stipulates minimum standards for members’ business practices in the UK; Europe and elsewhere. Compliance to the code is a condition of ABHI membership; however; you do not need to be a member of the ABHI to abide by the code. Non-members may sign up to the code in order to demonstrate their commitment to good ethical practice.

  • SDMA Code Course

    Online Course | Medical Industry Limited

    Medical Industry Limited

    SDMA members manufacture; distribute and supply the majority of wound care and associated products in the UK healthcare market. It therefore largely represents this sector of the health care industry in the UK. It is a condition of membership that all members of the SDMA formally adopt the Code of Practice. The SDMA Code of Practice covers the promotion and sale of wound care and associated products to healthcare professionals (e.g. surgeons; doctors; hospital nurses; community nurses; pharmacists; dentists; podiatrists; procurement buyers; and so on) within the British Isles.