Learning Objectives. The risk of urinary catheterisation. Indications for catheterisation. Assessment of the individual. Legal issues, consent and documentation. Infection prevention and control. Catheter related equipment. Catheter care. Lubrication. Procedures. Trouble shooting and summary. Suitable for: 16 years old and above
This training module is designed to increase participant's skills and knowledge when delivering catheter care with the use of local policies, visual aids and group discussion.
To identify general facts about Faecal and Urinary Incontinence. Specify the major methods of treatment and care for Urinary Incontinence. To identify the correct infection control methods that is required when dealing with continent/incontinent service users. To have an awareness of Catheter Care. Attendees will gain under-pinning knowledge of the...
The course will comprise of. Basic anatomy of the bladder and bowel What is a catheter? Different types of catheterisation Reasons for and methods of stoma formation Infection control methods. Advice to give service users. All candidates will be given the opportunity to see and handle all equipment that they are likely to encounter. Suitable for:...
A 3 hour certificated course aimed at workers in the care sector.
At the end of the course candidates will be able to demonstrate correct techniques. required for all personal care tasks. Suitable for: Both new staff members with absolutely no experience at all and staff who want to improve their techniques and knowledge.
This course is intended to provide a broad, baseline knowledge of the practical skills required to deliver a high standard of personal care to the client in a safe professional manner. It covers all statutory training required. The teaching methods are a combination of theory and practical work, which involves active participation of the students.
Suitable for: These courses are designed for all RGN's & Care Staff who have not conducted Catheterisation/Catheter Care for a while and want to update both their theory and practical skills
Raise awareness of incontinence care and its management. Suitable for: Health care professionals and care workers based in nursing, residential homes and domiciliary care settings
Suitable for: All
Suitable for: New and or experienced groups of carers
Suitable for: Provide all underpinning knowledge for care workers completing Common Induction Standards as laid down by CQC
Learn and understand the causes, diagnosis and symptoms of these conditions as well as an insight into some of the difficulties faced by sufferers and carers. Suitable for: New care staff
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