July 16th 2021 Online Event 1000-1400
Delivering the best care to our patients matters. Whether this is provided in the prehospital or in-hospital environment it is based on solid foundations and shared learning. Sedation is best delivered in a team-based approach, with all members familiar with its intricacies.
Sedation forms a key part of the management of critically unwell and injured patients. To deliver excellent care in sedation we need expert preparation, an understanding of pharmacology and the knowledge of how to tailor practice to individual patients. As well as these key aspects, we also need the ability to manage any potential complications and to ensure the patient recovers safely to be discharged home.
An online course delivered by a series of short talks from Simon, Rob and James, live and interactive team discussions and questions from the audience, covering the following areas;
- Sedation overview and safe practice
- Patient selection & indications
- Creating a safe environment
- The sedation
- Dealing with complications
- Post sedation monitoring & discharge
- Governance and audit
Cost of attendance £50; including access to the recorded talks, supportive materials and MCQs for 6 months. Group discounts for groups of 10 or more are also available; email email@example.com for details
Certificate of attendance
An additional certificate of foundational knowledge of sedation upon completion of MCQs
Who should attend?
Paramedics, Nurses, Advanced Clinical Practitioners and Doctors working in prehospital or in-hospital environments, who want to gain knowledge and experience on the sedation of critically unwell and injured patients.
Can’t make the date?
Access to the recorded talks and materials will be available for purchase after the event along with certificates of attendance and certificates of understanding once the MCQs are complete. Access for 6 months will cost £60.
The course is kindly supported by Zoll, enabling the course to be delivered at a reduced cost.
· Risks and benefits
|1015-1035||Patient selection & indications
· Starving status
· Choice of agents
· Pro’s and con’s
· Case based discussions
|1110-1125||Creating a safe environment
· Standards of monitoring
· In hospital
· Case based discussion of scenarios
|1210-1240||Dealing with Complications
|1300-1310||Post sedation monitoring & discharge|
|1310-1320||Governance & Audit
· Refining practice
· Excellence in governance
|1320-1350||Case based discussions
· Considering indications and risk
· Right place & time
· Starving status
· Choice of drug, pros and cons
· Drug strategy
· Observing/delivering to ongoing care
Programme content and times are subject to change