Simulation and Interactive Learning (SaIL) Centre, 1st Floor St Thomas House, St Thomas' Hospital, London, United Kingdom
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This is an inter-professional, simulation-based course covering the key principles of safe tracheostomy care and the management of tracheostomy emergencies through simulated clinical practice.
Interactive learning sessions/ Skills stations inc:
Introduction to tracheostomy emergency algorithms
Bed space preparation & open suctioning
Tub types, Cuff manometry cuff management
Emergency airway manoeuvres for primary responders & dressings and ties
Emergency Tracheostomy management practise
Video and discussion of Human Factors in healthcare.
High-fidelity Simulated Scenarios with facilitated debriefs to explore both clinical and human factor skills in tracheostomy emergencies: blocked tube & accidental decannulation.
Establish a safe environment for patients with a tracheostomy
Demonstrate and perform safe tracheostomy routine care practically
Recognise and manage a tracheostomy emergency as a primary responder
Describe some human factor skills that support inter-professional team working
Who is this Course for?
Junior Doctors F2-ST7 all specialties
Nursing Staff from; community, critical care, emergency, general wards
Physiotherapists / Speech and Language therapists
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