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January

Tuesday January 12th FULL

Late Night Learning - Managing the acutely unwell patient

5-7pmSuitable for 2nd and 3rd year nurses, 4th and 5th year medics

Now is your chance to put theory into practice and combine clinical and communication skills in a realistic scenario. This simulation workshop will present you with some of the challenges you may face as a qualified nurse or doctor. Expert clinicians and Facilitators will be on hand to help you reflect on how to develop your professional practice.

This really is a first class learning experience!

Places are Limited.


Important booking Information:
* When booking a LNL session please insert the code for the session in the subject box of your email.
* Please include the following information in your email: your name, your profession and year of study.
* Include a couple of sentences about why you want to attend this Late Night Learning workshop
 *Use your college email address
Send your emails to Cherry
c.buckwell@qmul.ac.uk



Wednesday 13th January 0830 - Harvey Wednesdays

Practice evaluation of various heart conditions using Harvey, heart simulator

These facilitated sessions will help you to identify heart sounds and associated palpable pulses. You are invited to get involved with a mannequin, in Skills Lab 3.3, working in small group sessions, under the guidance of a Clinical Facilitator.

Each session will be about 1 hour long. With a maximum of five students per session.
Admission to the first 5 to arrive. Doors shut at 0840. Further details from Peter Mahoney p.f.mahoney@qmul.ac.uk
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13th January  Facilitated OSCE Practice 2.30-4.30pm FULL

This session aims to mock a real medical OSCE and will be an opportunity to give and recieve feedback. Students who apply will be expected to complete a small amount of preparatory work before the session.

Please apply,  using your college email,  stating  your profession, full name and  year of study to c.buckwell@qmul.ac.uk

          Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)               

19/20th Jan. 

     Learning with Simulation and Video Feedback        

(Suitable for 3rd, 4th and 5th year medics and 2nd and 3rd year nurses)


 How confident are you at CPR? How would you respond in an emergency?
 

This is a great opportunity to find out! Supportive facilitators will be on hand to give detailed feedback and guidance on your performance in a mocked up clinical emergency

Intended Learning Outcomes

Recognise shockable and non shockable rhythms
Perform CPR
Participate as an effective member of the resuscitation team


The use of video feedback will enable you to observe and review your own performance.  Naturally all video content will be confidential.

This workshop is part of a CETL research project, the aim of which is to evaluate the effectiveness of web-based video feedback. Applicants will be asked to attend the workshop, a focus group (half an hour at a time convenient for you) and fill out a questionnaire. This is a Certificated workshop and there will also be a FREE LUNCH!! (for more information please see below)

Workshops taking place on Tuesday the 19th and Wednesday the 20th Janurary

One workshop on Tuesday 19th 2.30pm -4pm

Two Workshops on Wednesday 20th 1pm - 2.30pm or 3pm - 4.30pm


More info- This series of workshops is part of a CETL funded research project. By attending the workshops you will be taking part in the research project. Part of the experience will involve working in with simulators, however, you and your team will also be asked to fill out a questionnaire and attend a  focus group. Participating in this focus group may help you to reflect on your performance and the teams performance. You will be interviewed by a researcher and asked to give your views on how the simulation session has added to your previous CPR learning. Further information will be sent out to those who secure a place on the course however if you would like more information before applying please contact  Tracey.Bowden.1@city.ac.uk

 

Wednesday 20th January - Facilitated Skills Practice  2.30-4pm

Skills covered

Infection control, Asepsis, Swabs, CPR and TPR and BP

Please apply,  using your college email,  stating  your profession, full name and  year of study to p.mahoney@qmul.ac.uk

 

 


 

Wednesday 20th January 0830 - Harvey Wednesdays

Practice evaluation of various heart conditions using Harvey, heart simulator

These facilitated sessions will help you to identify heart sounds and associated palpable pulses. You are invited to get involved with a mannequin, in Skills Lab 3.3, working in small group sessions, under the guidance of a Clinical Facilitator.

Each session will be about 1 hour long. With a maximum of five students per session.
Admission to the first 5 to arrive. Doors shut at 0840. Further details from Peter Mahoney p.f.mahoney@qmul.ac.uk
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February

Wednesday 10th February 0830 - Harvey Wednesdays

Practice evaluation of various heart conditions using Harvey, heart simulator

These facilitated sessions will help you to identify heart sounds and associated palpable pulses. You are invited to get involved with a mannequin, in Skills Lab 3.3, working in small group sessions, under the guidance of a Clinical Facilitator.

Each session will be about 1 hour long. With a maximum of five students per session.
Admission to the first 5 to arrive. Doors shut at 0840. Further details from Peter Mahoney p.f.mahoney@qmul.ac.uk


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Wednesday 24th February 0830 - Harvey Wednesdays

Practice evaluation of various heart conditions using Harvey, heart simulator

These facilitated sessions will help you to identify heart sounds and associated palpable pulses. You are invited to get involved with a mannequin, in Skills Lab 3.3, working in small group sessions, under the guidance of a Clinical Facilitator.

Each session will be about 1 hour long. With a maximum of five students per session.
Admission to the first 5 to arrive. Doors shut at 0840. Further details from Peter Mahoney p.f.mahoney@qmul.ac.uk


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March

Wednesday 10th March 0830 - Harvey Wednesdays

Practice evaluation of various heart conditions using Harvey, heart simulator

These facilitated sessions will help you to identify heart sounds and associated palpable pulses. You are invited to get involved with a mannequin, in Skills Lab 3.3, working in small group sessions, under the guidance of a Clinical Facilitator.

Each session will be about 1 hour long. With a maximum of five students per session.
Admission to the first 5 to arrive. Doors shut at 0840. Further details from Peter Mahoney p.f.mahoney@qmul.ac.uk


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