CALHN Nursing Education Courses

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) Champion Training

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) Champion Training

AIM: To authorise staff to provide ongoing PICC accreditation to all staff in their clinical area.

LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of session, the nurse will have an understanding and skills in the following:

·         Maintenance requirements of a PICC as per CAHLN policy and procedures

·         Importance of Aseptic Technique and Hand Hygiene

·         Requirements of the Validation form and Learning Tool as part of being a PICC Champion

·         Compliant with identification requirements as per CAHLN Organisational Wide Instruction

·         Compliant with worker health safety requirements as per CAHLN

·         Compliant with performing the task to the standard of the CAHLN PICC line
           management Organisational Wide Instruction policy and procedure

·         Understand the role and responsibilities of the PICC Champion                                                                             

SESSION PREREQUISITES:

1. Learning Central CVAD Learning Module (Central Vascular Access Devices Course)

2. Learning Central - Hand Hygiene

3. Learning Central – Aseptic Technique

PARTICIPANTS: Registered Nurses who work in the clinical area where PICC accreditation is in high demand.
The participation needs to be supported by your Nurse Unit Manager


SESSION LENGTH: 1400-1530

Dates:

DATE

VENUE

APPLICATIONS CLOSE
(2 WEEKS PRIOR)

TIME



Wednesday 15th April 2020

5D364
RAH

COURSE CANCELLED


Thursday 28th May 2020

Room 2, 5A
TQEH

COURSE CANCELLED


Friday 19th June 2020

5D365
RAH

COURSE CANCELLED

Friday 24th July 2020

Room 2, 5A
TQEH

COURSE CANCELLED


Friday 18th September 2020

5D364
RAH

COURSE CANCELLED


Thursday 29th October 2020

5D364
RAH

COURSE CANCELLED


Friday 13th November 2020

Room 2, 5A
TQEH

COURSE CANCELLED



  • If you require PICC Champion Training Education in your area, please contact Marijana MacFarlane, Nurse Educator, to schedule a suitable time.
  • An educator will come to your area and deliver the session.
  • Maximum two staff at each session.


For more information please contact:

Marijana MacFarlane - Nurse Educator

Marijana.MacFarlane@sa.gov.au

Ph: 7074 1980 I  Pager: 1849

CALHN Nursing Education

Email: NursingEducation.Applications@sa.gov.au

The Royal Adelaide Hospital – 5D390 – 7074 3500

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital – Level 5A Main Building – 8222 6746