Paediatric Tracheostomy Education Day

Resilience Ireland will be hold a Paediatric Tracheostomy Education Day on Saturday October 5th 2013-09-18 Time: 09:00 to 17:00 in the Red Cow Moran Hotel, Naas Road, Dublin 22. This education day would be particularly relevant to nurses working in the community
For enquiries please contact Kate O’Reilly koreilly@resilience.ie mob: 086 0201664 or,
Siobhan Fitzgerald Siobhan.fitzgerald11@gmail.com mob 086 3215219.

Closing Date October 1st 2013

Cost €120

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