CALHN L & D Courses

Clinical Assessment Level I (TQEH Campus)

One day course, 08:00 – 16:30

Dates

 DATE

VENUE

 APPLICATIONS CLOSE

 14 February 2019

TQEH

 29 January 2019

 27 February 2019 (limited spaces)

TQEH

 13 February 2019

 14 March 2019 (limited spaces)

TQEH

 28 February 2019

 3 April 2019 (limited spaces)

TQEH

 27 March 2019

 7 May 2019

TQEH

 23 April 2019

 22 May

TQEH

 08 May 2019

 5 June

TQEH

 22 May 2019

 

 

 


Target audience


Enrolled and Registered Nursing staff currently employed in setting where patient
assessment occurs

Learning Outcomes

 

On completion of the Clinical Assessment Level 1 course the Participant will be

able to: 

  • identify the essential aspects of patient assessment.
  • discuss how Critical Thinking is essential when undertaking a patient Assessment.
  • recognise that the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) standards are essential elements underpinning the assessment process.
  • identify both the ‘Standard 9 - core physiological observation’ required to be measured as well as the other areas to be assessed when performing a thorough ‘head to toes’ assessment of a patient.
  •  discuss the modifications to the assessment process necessary when a patient appears to be deteriorating.
  •  differentiate nursing interventions appropriate for various patient scenarios and the appropriate level of escalation required for each.
  •  as part of a group use the principles of clinical assessment to recognise and respond to a variety of patient scenarios.

 

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For further information
Contact: Steve Hannaford – Nurse Education Facilitator
Email: steve.hannaford@sa.gov.au
Phone: 08 8222 6201