09 November Nov
Theatre Study Day for Midwives and Nurses
NMBI Category 1 Approved: 7 CEUs
The teaching and learning ethos underpinning this programme is that nurses and midwives who participate are engaging in Continuing Professional Development. It is essential that nurses and midwives working in the theatre setting enhance their knowledge and skills with respect to the holistic assessment and management of patients in the peri-operative environment. This study day provides an opportunity for nurses and midwives to engage collaboratively in Continuing Professional Development for operating theatre nursing and midwifery care .
On completion of this programme it is anticipated that attendees will be able to:
- To enhance the knowledge and skill base of midwives/nurses caring for a woman who sustains massive haemorrhage and maternal collapse in theatre
- To recognise the anaesthetic issues pertaining to the care of woman experiencing malignant hyperthermia during surgery.
- To recognise the anaesthetic issues pertaining to the care of woman experiencing bronchospasm and difficult airways
- To Implement safe communication and clinical handover practices when caring for woman in theatre.
- To individualize practicing mindfulness techniques for self-care.
Teaching and Learning Strategies
A variety of teaching and learning strategies will be utilised to maximise
attendee involvement and draw on their experiences to include presentations, discussions, reflection on practice, workshop and service-user involvement.
Programme Coordinator: Saila Kuriakose, 01 4085314, [email protected]