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Core Procedures
Guidance
The GMC requires demonstration of competence in a series of procedures for full registration. It is a
requirement that you provide evidence that you have satisfactorily performed each of these procedures at
least once during Foundation Year 1 (F1).
It is vital that you maintain patient confidentiality and do not include any patient identifiable
details when recording these procedures.

What are the required procedures for F1?
By the end of F1, you should be able to competently perform and teach undergraduates the following 15
procedures:
 Venepuncture
 IV Cannulation
 Prepare and administer IV medication and injections and fluids
 Arterial puncture in an adult
 Blood culture (peripheral)
 IV infusion including the prescription of fluids
 IV infusion of blood and blood products
 Injection of local anaesthetic to skin
 Subcutaneous injection
 Intramuscular injection
 Perform and interpret an ECG
 Perform and interpret peak flow
 Urethral catheterisation (male)
 Urethral catheterisation (female)
 Airway care including simple adjuncts.
There may be additional opportunities to extend the range of procedures you can perform. Direct
Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS) should be used to assess the procedures not listed here.

What are the required procedures in F2?
During Foundation Year 2 (F2) you are expected to maintain and improve your skills in the procedures
listed above. By the end of the year you should be able to help others with difficult procedures and guide
F1 doctors in teaching others.
You will be able to extend the range of procedures you can do. Each specialty will specify an appropriate
range of procedures for their placement.
What must I demonstrate for satisfactory completion?
Guidance is provided about the specific requirement for each procedure. Employers will typically have
protocols for the safe performance of these procedures. However, for all the listed procedures there are
common requirements, which are listed below.
For all procedures, you should:
 introduce yourself
 check the patient’s identity
 confirm that the procedure is required

                        

 





explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain
informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)
take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection, including washing hands, wearing gloves
and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate
dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles
document the procedure in the notes; and
arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring.

REMEMBER: always recognise the limits of your competence and seek advice and help where
appropriate.
Who can assess my procedural skills?
Assessors must be trained in the procedure, assessment and feedback methodology. Only consultants,
GPs, specialist/specialty registrars, staff grade/associate specialists, trainee doctors more senior than F1,
fully qualified nurses and allied healthcare professionals can assess your ability to perform each
procedure. Different assessors should be used for each encounter wherever possible. It is your
responsibility to choose the timing, procedure and assessor.
NOTE: In addition to submitting evidence to verify that you have satisfactorily completed each of the 15
procedures you may also wish to include DOPS forms. DOPS is a structured checklist for assessing your
interaction with the patient when performing a practical procedure.
Who will review my e-portfolio?
Your educational supervisor and Foundation Training Programme Director or Tutor will review your eportfolio procedural skills. A random sample of the evidence you submit about procedural skills will also
be validated.


 

1. Venepuncture guidance
REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available.
Generic requirements:
 introduce yourself
 check the patient’s identity
 confirm that the procedure is required
 explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain
informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)
 take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection, including washing hands, wearing gloves
and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate
 dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles
 document the procedure in the notes; and
 arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring.
Procedure specific requirements:
 choose appropriate needle or cannula
 have appropriate vials to hand
 choose a suitable, palpable vein after applying tourniquet
 insert needle with bevel upwards and advance 2-3mm
 withdraw blood into syringe or allow vacuum to withdraw
 ensure bottles are correctly filled and cross matched where appropriate
 release tourniquet, remove needle and dispose
 press on site
 label bottles and forms.


 

Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: 4    . Surname: Position: Reg.Venepuncture Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number:                 YOUR GMC NUMBER MUST BE COMPLETED Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed a venepuncture procedure 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed a venepuncture procedure Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. including washing hands. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. apply pressure over vein beyond the cannula’s tip and remove needle  connect cannula to interlink or cap off  secure cannula and date/time insertion on dressing  flush with saline.2. 5    . Procedure specific requirements:  choose appropriate cannula  when inserting cannula lower angle and advance a few mm on seeing a flashback  withdraw needle slightly and advance the cannula in the vein  release tourniquet. IV Cannulation guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available.

/PIN number: Date: Comments: 6    ./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an IV cannulation procedure Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg. Surname: Position: Reg.IV Cannulation Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an IV cannulation procedure 1 Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

invert. Add identifying personal contact details  prescribe fluid. added drug with dose. dose and expiry date  after opening ampoule. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. injections and fluids guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. volume and concentration  add drug after drawing up as above. inject checked diluent. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. including washing hands. allow to dry. drug and infusion rate. mix until all powder dissolved  infusions: choose diluent. withdraw liquid  drying powder: clean rubber bung. Procedure specific requirements  check medication name. and sign. insert needle. 7    . Prepare and administer IV medications. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. agitate bag and label with patient’s details.3.

Surname: Position: Reg. injections and fluids Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: 8    YOUR MUST BE .Prepare and administer IV medications. Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily prepared and administered IV medications. injections and fluids Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily prepared and administered IV medications. injections and fluids 1 Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection.4. 9    . Arterial pressure will usually fill the syringe  withdraw and ask assistant to apply pressure via  withdraw and ask assistant to apply pressure via  cotton wool ball for five minutes  apply filter to syringe. including washing hands. skin cleaning material  check expiry date and expel Heparin  clean and palpate artery with index and middle fingers  insert needle between fingers at 45 degree angle until blood enters syringe. confirm label and send to lab. Arterial puncture in an adult guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. roll  to mix. hold upright and expel air. Procedure specific requirements:  prepare Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) syringe.

/PIN number: Date: Comments: 10    .Arterial puncture in an adult Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an arterial puncture in an adult 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg. Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an arterial puncture in an adult Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

5. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. rewash hands. Do not use existing cannulae  remove caps from culture bottles and clean surfaces of rubber seals  discard first pair of gloves. advance needle into vein  withdraw blood into syringe or vacuum container  if syringe: inoculate 5-10 ml into each bottle (start with aerobic)  check form and despatch to microbiology laboratory. use fresh  gloves  without touching skin. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. 11    . including washing hands. Blood culture (peripheral) guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. Procedure specific requirements:  choose fresh site(s).

Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: 12    ./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed a blood culture (peripheral) procedure Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg.Blood culture (peripheral) Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed a blood culture (peripheral) procedure 1 Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

volume and concentration  add drug after drawing up as above. concentration and the need for additional potassium  prescribe with rate/ time for volume to run through. insert needle.  choose fluid. dose and expiry date  open ampoule. withdraw liquid  drying powder: clean rubber bung. inject checked diluent. allow to dry. Procedure specific requirements:  review past medical history and undertake clinical assessment of cardiovascular status and state of hydration  work in partnership with a member of the nursing staff  check medication name. Add identifying personal contact details. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. invert. 13    . added drug with dose. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. and sign. IV infusion including prescription of fluids guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available.6. including washing hands. agitate bag and label with patient’s details. mix until all powder dissolved  infusions: choose diluent. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection.

Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an IV infusion including prescription of fluids Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: 14    .IV infusion including prescription of fluids Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an IV infusion including prescription of fluids 1 Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

7. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. right blood. 15    . Procedure specific requirements:  review past medical history and undertake clinical assessment of cardiovascular status and state of hydration  work in partnership with a member of the nursing staff  determine need for blood product  prescribe blood product  support nursing staff in checking right patient. including washing hands. in date. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. IV infusion of blood and blood products guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available.

/PIN number: Date: Comments: 16    .IV infusion of blood and blood products Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an IV infusion of blood and blood products Assessor’s signature Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg. Date: Comments: 1 Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an IV infusion of blood and blood products Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

17    .8. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. including washing hands. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. Injection of local anaesthetic to skin guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. Procedure specific requirements:  identify Lidocaine ampoule and check date and strength  with appropriate sterile technique draw up correct dose  inject at 90 degree angle and slowly pushing the plunger  wait before withdrawing to reduce the risk of backtracking.

Surname: Position: Reg. Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: 18    YOUR MUST BE ./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an injection of local anaesthetic to skin Assessor’s signature ………………………………….Injection of local anaesthetic to skin Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an injection of local anaesthetic to skin 1 Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

9. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. Subcutaneous injection guidance e. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. 19    . insulin or LMW heparin REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available.g. including washing hands. Procedure specific requirements:  inject at 90 degree angle and slowly push the plunger  wait before withdrawing to reduce the risk of backtracking. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes.

/PIN number: Date: Comments: 20    . Surname: Position: Reg.Subcutaneous injection Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed a subcutaneous injection 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed a subcutaneous injection Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

Procedure specific requirements:  carefully select safe site to inject  pull back the plunger. inject by slowly pushing the plunger and wait before withdrawing to reduce the risk of backtracking  if blood appears. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection.10. including washing hands. If no blood appears. Intramuscular injection guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. 21    . completely withdraw the needle. replace the needle and start again. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes.

Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: 22    .Intramuscular injection Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an intramuscular injection 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an Intramuscular injection Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg.

including washing hands. RVH iii) acute STEMI and NSTEMI iv) bradycardia v) broad and narrow complex tachyarhthmias vi) hyperkalaemia vii) VT and VF. RBBB. 23    . wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. LVH. Procedure specific requirements:  attach monitor leads in the correct places  run 12-lead ECG and rhythm strip. Perform and interpret ECG guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. Foundation doctors should be able to recognise and interpret ECGs showing the following: i) normal pattern ii) common QRS abnormalities: LBBB.11. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring.

Perform an ECG Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily performed an ECG 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: 24    YOUR MUST BE . Surname: Position: Reg. Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily performed an ECG Assessor’s signature ………………………………….

Interpret an ECG Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily interpreted an ECG 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: 25    YOUR MUST BE ./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily interpreted an ECG Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg. Surname: Position: Reg.

26    . Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. sex) variability. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. Foundation doctors should be able to recognise and interpret PEFs showing the following: i) ii) normal (predicted based on age. height. Perform and interpret peak flow guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available.12. Procedure specific requirements:  demonstrate manoeuvre  observe patient performance three times  instruct patient to record best of three. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. including washing hands.

Perform and interpret peak flow Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily performed and interpreted peak flow 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: 27    . Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily performed and interpreted peak flow Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg.

wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. Procedure specific requirements:  administer lidocaine gel (or equivalent)  insert the catheter slowly into the bladder. Urethral catheterisation (male) guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. 28    . drain the urine and affix a catheter valve or drainage bag.13. including washing hands. advancing a further 4-5 cm after urine is seen. inflate the balloon (as described on catheter cuff). Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring.

Surname: Position: Reg. Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: 29    . 1 Assessor’s signature ………………………………….Urethral catheterisation (male) Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an urethral catheterisation (male) procedure./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an urethral catheterisation (male) procedure. Surname: Position: Reg.

drain the urine and affix a catheter valve or drainage bag. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. Procedure specific requirements:  insert the catheter slowly into the bladder.14. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. inflate the balloon (as described on catheter cuff). advancing a further 4-5 cm after urine is seen. including washing hands. 30    . Urethral catheterisation (female) guidance REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available.

Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: 31    . Surname: Position: Reg. 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………. Surname: Position: Reg./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an urethral catheterisation (female) procedure.Urethral catheterisation (Female) Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed an urethral catheterisation (female) procedure.

Procedure specific requirements:  follow principles of basic life support training including airway manoeuvres correctly uses adjuncts: oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal.15. including washing hands. and  arrange appropriate aftercare/monitoring. wearing gloves and maintaining a sterile field if appropriate  dispose of all equipment in the appropriate receptacles  document the procedure in the notes. Airway care including simple adjuncts guidance E. Generic requirements:  introduce yourself  check the patient’s identity  confirm that the procedure is required  explain the procedure to the patient (including possible complications and risks) and gain informed consent for the procedure (under direct supervision where appropriate)  take all necessary steps to reduce the risk of infection. Guedel airway or laryngeal masks REMEMBER: refer to local protocol where available. 32    .g.

g. Guedel airway or laryngeal masks) Assessor’s signature ………………………………….g.Airway care including simple adjuncts E. Guedel airway or laryngeal masks) 1 Assessor’s signature …………………………………./PIN number: Date: Comments: 33    . Surname: Position: Reg.g. Surname: Position: Reg. Guedel airway or laryngeal masks Foundation doctor: Surname:                                                                                                 Forename: GMC number: GMC NUMBER COMPLETED                 YOUR MUST BE Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed airway care including simple adjuncts (e./PIN number: Date: Comments: Assessor: have you been trained in assessment methodology and feedback? Yes 2 No I confirm that the above named doctor has satisfactorily completed airway care including simple adjuncts (e.