Recognition and Clinical Assessment of the Deteriorating Patient - New Zealand

Recognition and Clinical Assessment of the Deteriorating Patient - New Zealand

#nurse | #newzealand |#nz

23 February - 5 March 2019

Developing knowledge on how to recognise and perform advanced clinical assessment on a patient who is deteriorating is an expectation of the evolving role of the Clinical Nurse.

In this Conference, we will explore the assessment of a patient with a variety of clinical disorders and conditions that include cardiac, respiratory, abdominal, and electrolyte imbalance. The teaching methodology will contain clinical scenarios that will assist the Nurse to recognise clinical deterioration and apply a critical thinking approach. The communication strategies to support patient assessment will also be investigated.
 

Assertion training is incorporated into the Conference content in recognition of this skill as a vital component of ensuring effective communication within the health care team.

Knowledge + Critical Thinking + Assertive Skills = Expert Nurse.
All three of these components will be explored in this conference framework.

Learning Outcomes:

In this Conference you will:

  • Explore the skills required to recognise and undertake clinical assessment of the deteriorating patient
  • Review a variety of clinical conditions relating to cardiac and respiratory disease, abdominal disorders, and electrolyte imbalance
  • Discover how to apply critical thinking via a scenario-based teaching approach
  • Gain assertiveness skills to enhance effective communication, and timely intervention, within the health care team

The Presenter:

Anne Evans-Murray, Registered Nurse; Registered Counsellor; Certificate 1V in Assessment and Workplace Training; Upgraded certificate 1V in Training and Assessment; Diploma of Counselling (Grief and Loss, Relationship Counselling); Bachelor of Health Science; Post Graduate Diploma in Education (Tertiary); Masters in Education (Curriculum Development); Graduate Certificate in Critical Care.

Anne has a passion for teaching which she does in an unpretentious way that ensures you will not only understand and retain what she presents,  but will enjoy this learning experience. She has extensive experience of over 26 years lecturing for Gold Coast Health District and Griffith University. 

Currently, she is a guest lecturer at Bond University medical school. Anne is a frequent presenter at workshops, conferences & seminars throughout Australia & New Zealand on subjects such as high dependency nursing, cardiac arrhythmias & ECG interpretation, chest x-rays interpretation, clinical assessment of the deteriorating patient, assertion training and leadership. She conducts accredited advanced life support training for nurses, doctors and paramedics. 

Anne has a passionate commitment to empower all clinical staff through increased awareness and knowledge of the critically ill patient's condition so that timely intervention is implemented, which will benefit patient outcomes.

She is the author of three books; “ECGs Simply”,  “Interpretation of Chest X-rays Simply” and ‘Uncomplicating Life, Simply’.  Her ECG book is a textbook sold in many universities in Australia. 

 

More Info: https://www.nursesfornurses.com.au/events/220/Recognition-and-Clinical-Assessment-of-the-Deteriorating-Patient-New-Zealand?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Events%20Monthly%20newsletter%20May%202018%20-%20Helen&utm_content=Events%20Monthly%20newsletter%20May%202018%20-%20Helen+CID_818d725635e4f6a09397b52e5231719f&utm_source=NfN%20Enews%20Campaigns&utm_term=Recognition%20and%20Clinical%20Assessment%20of%20the%20Deteriorating%20Patient%20%20New%20Zealand%20%20FebruaryMarch%202019

WHEN
February 23, 2019 at 8:30am - March 05, 2019
WHERE
Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas

Will you come?