CLINICAL STUDY DAYS by 7G13Xd36

VIEWS: 1 PAGES: 1

									                              Clinical study days
In addition to qualifications, we run a number of study days for clinical staff. These are
arranged when sufficient demand is identified so a waiting list is held.

HCA infection control
This is a one day course for HCA’s. The programme includes the science of infection control,
the art of infection control and risk management.

Study skills
This is a one day course for those who are interested in studying for a university accredited
programme who have not conducted any recent study. The programme includes the adult
learner, Kolb’s learning cycle, learning styles, referencing techniques and helpful tips for essay
writing / portfolio building.

Venepuncture study day
This is a one day course designed for HCA’s. It will include both theory and an opportunity to
practice techniques learnt on a dummy.

Cannulation study day
This is a one day course designed for HCA’s. It includes both theory and an opportunity to
practice techniques learnt on a dummy.

Critical care practical day one
This is a one day course. It focuses on the theory and practical skills associated with
haemodynamic monitoring and chest drain management.

Critical care practical day two
This is a one day course. It focuses on the theory and practical skills associated with
respiratory management.

Child protection workshop
This is a one day course. It includes a brief history of child abuse, the social construction of
child abuse, the child protection system, definitions and symptoms of child abuse, ethics and
confidentiality issues and making a referral.

Legal workshop
This is a two day course. It includes access to health records and data protection,
confidentiality, court craft, Department of Health documents, legal protection, policies / codes of
practice, statutory instruments / registration status, accountability/ responsibility, advocacy,
conscientious objection, euthanasia / preservation, informed consent, risk management and
record keeping.

								
To top