A short course from the SCIE about the Mental Capacity Act

Course Aim: Upon completion of this course the candidate will be able to explain the causes and prevention of Hyponatraemia, and describe the measures to assess and manage the condition.

COURSE CONTENT
  • What is Hyponatraemia
  • Causes and Prevention
  • Clinical Features and Patient Assessment
  • Management in Primary Care
  • Secondary Care Management
  • Admission and Referrals

The total length of the course is estimated to be 1.5 hours long.

Work your way through the COURSEWORKQUIZ and EVALUATION.


Epilepsy Awareness Training

After completing this course you will be able to:

Knowledge and understanding:

  • Have an understanding of the origins, causes and effects of HIV
  • Understand how HIV / AIDS is transmitted
  • Have a good knowledge of the legal and ethical issues surrounding HIV
  • Understand Patient rights surrounding HIV

Professional and Practical Skills

  • Know effective methods of Infection Prevention and Control
  • Know about PEP’s
  • Be able to follow the procedure for Sharp Stick Injuries
  • Support patients with HIV by providing accurate information and counselling when necessary

Emergency Treatment of Anaphylactic Reactions

 Course content includes:

  • Triggers to anaphylaxis
  • Process of anaphylaxis
  • Anaphylaxis and Immunisation
  • Signs and symptoms
  • First line emergency management (NICE 2012)
  • Mast Cell Tryptase
  • Administration of Adrenalin (inc Epipen)
  • Documentation and Record Keeping

A COURSE BY THE SCIE

The course covers the following areas:


The full course is in 6 modules that will take you approximately half an hour each.  Hence the total length of the course is estimated to be 3 hours long.

Work your way through the COURSEWORKQUIZ and EVALUATION.