The Confusion Assessment Method (CAM) video.

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This package is designed to prepare you for working in CAU. You will be required to successfully complete the readings and assessments prior to having a period of orientation in CAU.

The Nursing Council has published a new (2012) Code of Conduct setting out the standards of behaviour that nurses are expected to uphold in their professional practice.

In this module you will find:

  1. Instructions to complete the learning module
  2. Background to the development of the code
  3. New Zealand Nursing Council Road Show Presentation
  4. Scenarios
  5. Organisational Codes of Conduct
  6. Assessment
  7. Evaluation
  8. Downloadable Code of Conduct Documents

This course is worth 2 hours of Professional Development time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Delirium Management package - An early identification & intervention e-learning course.

This course is suitable for all health workers who is involved in patient care across secondary, primary and residential care facilities.

On completion of this course you will have the knowledge and skills to early identify those patients that are potentially at risk of developing delirium. You will be able to competently assess patients using the Confusion assessment method (CAM).

  • This module is suggested for all health workers
  • When completed it is equivalent to 1.5 hours professional development

Audience

This course is intended for Health Care Assistants

Completion
This course is not mandatory but is highly recommended for all HCAs on commencing employment at Hutt Valley DHB

Time required
1 hour.

The aim of this course is to give you strategies so that the risk of you being attacked, cornered or harassed by a dog as you go about your legitimate duties is minimised.

This course provides an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the normal swallow.

Audience

This course is for nursing staff who work with the adult population

Time allocation
10-15 minutes

This course provides an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the normal swallow and explores what can go wrong with a patient's swallow (dysphagia) following a stroke.

This course should be completed as a pre-requisite to undertaking the nurse dysphagia screening course to train as a nurse dysphagia screener or it can be completed as a standalone course to learn more about dysphagia.

Audience
This course is for nursing staff who work with the adult population

Time allocation
10-15 minutes

This course trains nurses how to identify who is appropriate for Nurse Dysphagia Screening and provides information on what symptoms nurses should look for that may indicate patients have dysphagia and require SLT referral. 

Dysphagia I: The Normal Swallow and Dysphagia II: In Stroke must be completed. An enrolment key for this eLearning can be obtained from richard.key@huttvalleydhb.org.nz.

Who: Nurses employed by Hutt Valley DHB

This is the access to the ePortfolio.

It contains information and resources on how to put together your ePortfolio and submit it

(Click on the heading above to start this course)

This eLearning is suited for RNs or Doctors who are expected to insert and use an  intra-osseous device.

The module will give you the theory in use and inset an intra-osseous device.

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