CALHN Nursing Education Courses

Clinical Skills Day - Glenside Health Services

Suitable for CALHN Mental Health Clinicians

Workshop Aim

These workshops aim to ensure that there is access to resources for competencies guaranteeing the skills for the workforce in accordance with the strategic plan of the organisation.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be in a position to demonstrate their continuing professional development required with their relevant professional registration.

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

Open to CALHN clinical staff.

There will be an opportunity for participants to complete their on-line mandatory annual competencies (that are relevant to their discipline) prior to attending the practical sessions should they require it, these are:

>        Basic Life Support (Theory)

>        Hand Hygiene

>        Medication Safety

Date, Time and Location

These one day workshops will be at Glenside Health Service in the Administration and Learning Services building

The day will begin promptly at 8.30am.

This form is attached to the workshop outline, a copy of these needs to be with you at all times during the workshop as this is your evidence to present back to claim your CPD points, and is your responsibility.

No responsibility for loss of this will be acknowledged by the Learning Centre or Educators on the day.

18.2.20

25.3.20

28.4.20

12.5.20

24.6.20

22.7.20

1.9.20

14.10.20

25.11.20

1.12.20

Presenters

Disengagement Skills (Practical Refresher):

David Lao, Tina Evans.

Long Acting Injections:
David Lao, Tina Evans.
Basic Life Support (practical application):

To be confirmed on the day.

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Workshop Outline

 

Time

Topic

Presenter

0830-0845

Registrations, welcome and housekeeping.

 

Acknowledgment to Country and introduction of the day’s outline.

David Lao

Tina Evans

0845-1015

Basic Life Support (practical)

Metabolic Monitoring (practical)

Long Acting Injections (practical refresher)

Disengagement refresher

David Lao

Tina Evans

 

10:15-10:30

Morning Tea

 

10:30 - 1230

Basic Life Support (practical)

 

Long Acting Injections (practical refresher)

 

Disengagement refresher (Continued)

David Lao

Tina Evans

 

12:30 – 13:00

Lunch Break

13:00 – 15:15

 

On line modules

>          Manual Tasks Theory

>          Child Protection

>          Code Of Ethics Awareness

>          Disability Awareness

>          Information Sharing Guidelines

>          Safety Learning System

>          White Ribbon

>          Work Health & Safety Basics

>          911 rescue tool

>          High Risk Medicines – Clozapine

>          Long Acting Injection Techniques

 

15:15 -15:30

Afternoon Tea

15:30 – 16:15

Round up and review of documentation

David Lao

Tina Evans

16:30 – 17:00

Debrief and evaluation of day

 

 


 

Mental Health Clinical Program

Nursing Training Requirements

Training

Date Completed

On-Line Modules Required Once Only Within 6-Months of Commencement

1.     Child Protection

 

 

2.     Code of Ethics Awareness

 

 

3.     Disability Awareness

 

 

4.     Information Sharing Guidelines

 

 

5.     Safety Learning System

 

 

6.     White Ribbon

 

 

7.     Work Health & Safety Basics

 

 

8.     911 Rescue Tool

 

 

9.     High Risk Medicines - Clozapine

 

                       

10.  Long Acting Injection Techniques

 

Practical Training Required on Commencement         

11.  Organisation Orientation [includes MAPA, CBIS & Sunrise EMT]

 

On-Line Modules Annually                                              

12.  Fire & Emergency Safety Training

 

 

13.  Hand Hygiene

 

 

14.  Aseptic Technique

 

 

15.  Basic Life Support

 

 

16.  Medication Safety for Nurses

 

Annual Practicals                                                              

17.  Basic Life Support

 

 

18.  Management of Actual & Potential Aggression

 

On-Line Modules Highly Recommended But Not Mandatory   

19.  Partnering with Consumers

 

 

20.  Aboriginal Cultural Learning

 

 

21.  Clinical Handover

 

 

22.  Falls Prevention

 

 

23.  Clinical Supervision

 

 

24.  Open Disclosure

 

 

25.  Cognitive Impairment Awareness

 

 

26.  Diabetes Information For Nurses

 

MHD Highly Recommended But Not Mandatory Face to Face Training          

27.  Suicide Response Training

 

 

28.  Trauma Informed Care