Professional growth for nurses across Australia is essential if you want your staff to provide the highest standard of care to patients. While there are many areas of medicine nurses need to be up to date on, the treatment of trauma injuries is one of the most fluid and changing departments of a hospital. With constant updates in treatment procedures, diagnostics and understanding, enrolling your nursing team into one of our trauma courses or seminars is an important step in ensuring patient care is kept at the highest possible standard.
The ECT4Health Trauma Fundamentals Seminar is a comprehensive coverage of physiology, assessment and management of the patient presenting with trauma. This program is designed for Emergency Department nurses or those in rural, remote or acute care facilities who may be involved in the assessment and management of traumatic injuries.
The content starts with basic cellular overview, oxygen delivery to tissue, nursing assessment, epidemiology of trauma in Australia, shock, burns and trauma to different systems. Differences in the physiology of special populations e.g. children, elderly and pregnant women with be discussed in the context of severe injury and shock.
At the completion of this online series, nurses will have an updated approach to assessment, fluid resuscitation and shock management. Whilst the program is basic in its content and will not replace robust study, it serves as an outstanding introduction for the nurse new to emergency, trauma care and rural/remote nursing.
The Trauma Fundamentals Online Education Series is perfect for all levels of nurse/paramedic and has a solid 14 hours of CPD delivered in 11 x 1 - 1.5 hour video conference sessions using the platform ZOOM each Tuesday night commencing 12th January 2021 at 7:00pm (AEST).
We look forward to seeing you online!
|Session 1||Epidemiology of Trauma|
|Session 2||Primary Assessment|
|Session 3||Secondary Assessment|
|Session 4||Shock and Haemorrhage|
|Session 5||Head Trauma|
|Session 6||Chest Trauma|
|Session 7||Abdomen/Pelvic Trauma|
|Session 8||Spinal Trauma|
|Session 10||Musculoskeletal Injury|
|Session 11||Trauma in special populations|