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Clinical Decision Making Workshop by University of West London

Clinical Decision Making Workshop by University of West London

India, March 2015 – INSCOL Continuing Nursing Education conducted 4 days workshop at INSCOL, Chandigarh, from 24th-27th March 2015 in collaboration with University of West London. Ms. Sharon Elliot, Head of Pre-Qualifying Nursing and Simulated Learning visited INSCOL for the second time along with Ms. Janet Deacon, Senior Lecturer, Nursing. Ms. Sharon and Ms. Janet, conducted Train the Trainer workshop on 24th March, 2015 attended by nursing faculty from INSCOL Chandigarh, Kochi, Kerala, Bangalore, ICU staff nurse from INSCOL Hospital along with Dr. Sumit also attended the Train the Trainer (TTT) workshop. In TTT, the INSCOL faculty were trained on developing and conducting clinical simulation scenarios in nursing education.

“Clinical Decision Making and the Deteriorating Adult patient” workshop was conducted on 25th March, 2015, which was attended by M.Sc. Nursing students specializing in Medical Surgical and various nursing faculty. “Clinical Decision Making and the Deteriorating child” workshop was conducted on 26th March, 2015, which was attended by M.Sc. Nursing students specializing in Paediatrics and various nursing faculty. “High dependency care of the critically ill women” workshop was conducted on 27th March, 2015, which was attended by M.Sc. Nursing students specializing in Midwifery and various nursing faculty.Mr. Mandeep Singh-Senior Manager, Programs, INSCOL welcomed the participants with a power point presentation on the strengths and achievements of INSCOL informing the participants about INSCOL being the exclusive organization training Nurses on American Heart Association programs and an exclusive institute to offer clinical simulation training for nurses in India. Ms. Sharon and Ms. Janet, shared ABCDE systematic approach to assessment of patients with the importance of oxygen delivery percentage using various devices. They also deepened the knowledge of handing over the information by nurses to other healthcare professionals by using SBAR technique. Simulated scenarios were used to intensify the learning. Students participated in the scenarios and also pitched in questions and queries for the faculty.More than 100 students attended the workshop and received the certificates.

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