Nursing Studies - Patient Care and Hygiene
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The daily responsibility for protecting the patient from additional injury or illness rests with the nursing team. Following on from the Introduction to Nursing Studies course, the learner is now introduced to the essential elements of adult patient care. This nursing course provides an overview of the skills and techniques required in areas such as advanced patient hygiene procedures, environmental health and safety awareness for the practice nurse, and how to ensure patient safety and comfort in the adult care setting. Advanced principles of hygiene provides the learner with an overview of the functions, methods and techniques applied in providing adult patient care with particular emphasis on the daily bath, oral hygiene and the benefits of a back massage in patient comfort. Essential patient personal care routines are also discussed. Environmental health outlines the necessary health and safety procedures relating to patient care and the safe operational use of electrical equipment. Patient care safety measures introduces the learner to techniques that help prevent falls and protect patients who are at risk from injury, burns or scalds, together with steps to prevent the spread of micro-organisms in the care environment. This nursing course will be of great interest to all healthcare professionals who would like to learn more about advanced nursing practices and procedures in adult patient care.Start Course Now
Module 1: Adult Patient Care
Articles of Equipment required in Patient Care
Guidelines for Bed-Making
Terminal Cleaning of the Patient Care Unit
Module 4: Patient Care and Patient Hygiene Assessment
Module 2: Advanced Principles of Patient Hygiene
Determine purposes for giving a patient a bath
Benefits of Back Massage
Personal Care and the Adult Patient
Module 3: Environmental Health and the Practical Nurse
Learning outcomes: - Identify articles/equipment required in the patient care area; - Identify guidelines for terminally cleaning the patient care unit; - Identify guidelines/methods of bed-making; - Determine purposes for giving a patient a bath; - Cite the safety measures which pertain to the patient care environment; - Cite the hospital electrical safety measures when given a list of safety measures;
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