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A new online learning hub dedicated to supporting clinicians with vascular access skills and knowledge, has been launched by Vygon.

Featuring the latest clinical studies, protocols and guidance as well as educational tools, it is designed for quick and easy access to a host of valuable clinical resources.

There are sections devoted to COVID-19 as well as focusing on clinical support packs, online resources and videos. An additional section on acute to community vascular access will be added shortly.

Much of the content of the online hub is the work of Vygon’s Clinical Nurse Advisors Dr Linda Kelly and Tracey Jones. With many years of nursing and academic expertise, Linda and Tracey have used their clinical experience and teaching methods to ensure the resources are both effective and flexible for busy vascular access teams.

Jason Ram, BU IVT Sales Manager at Vygon said: “One of the challenges we always have at Vygon is offering clinicians the benefit of our knowledge and experience in a way and format that is accessible to as many people as possible, at a time that suits them”







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