- Start date: 01 May 2018
- Duration:Days: 1
Venue: Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire
Provider: LHP Skillnet
Skillnet Members Price: €75.00
This NMBI accredited one day course was designed by highly qualified and experienced healthcare professionals for nurses based on the ‘Early Warning Scoring'' (EWS) systems used today's modern hospitals: based on the maxim of 'prevention rather than cure'. When nursing staff are equipped with the skills to detect signs of a resident's health deteriorating earlier, that can mean the difference between the resident being cared for at the home rather than their being transferred to a hospital. Meaning less disruption for the resident and for the home. Supporting the ‘Out of Hospital' strategy.
- Who should attend: Nurses working in the Private Healthcare Sector
- Accreditation:NMBI Accredited
- Award:NMBI CEUs
This course aims to develop the skills necessary to detect signs of a residents health deteriorating and Sepsis.
Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes:
Areas covered include:
- The Ageing Process
- A-E Assessment
- Altered Levels of Consciousness
- Cardiac Failure / CCF / Atrial Fibrilation / Hypotension / Hypertension
- Oliguria / Kidney Injury
- Respiratory Failure / Oxygen Therapy / Asthma / COPD
- Subcutaneous Fluids
- Case Scenarios (Topical & relevant)
- Trainer Name: Train2Care
The LHP Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Departments of Education and Skills.