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Course Nursing and Patient Care

   

Added on  2019-09-25

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Part ATitle of session:Teaching students how to take care of wounds and injuries using constructivist methodologies Related programme or course Nursing and patient carePatient protection and hygieneSurgical careTeaching Context:(lecture, tutorial, workshop, student demographics – number, prior knowledge)The teaching is concerned with providing few minutes of session on understanding the various aspects of wound care. In the session, different videos will be shown to the student nurse to get theclear picture. The total expected number of students for the session is 40. It is expected that the students are attentive to the session and consider such sessions to be beneficial.Aim (s) of the Session:The primary aim of this teaching plan is to ensure that the students will be able to learn extensive methods utilized for wound care.Learning objectives:At the end of this session the ‘students’ will be able to:1. Comprehensive description of signs and symptoms developed after wound infection.2. Identification of equipment required for wound care. 3. Methods involving wound cleaning and bandaging4. Description of pertinent actions to be taken when complications arise. Section Teacher ActivityDuration Student ActivityIntroductionDiscuss what the topic is all aboutThe use of anecdotes can be immensely helpful to be associated with the topicDiscuss the initial feelings regarding the topic3 minutesStudents should sit relaxed and properly pay attention to what isbeing discussedTry to grasp the topic and relate to it in some way or the otherGive time yourself to understand the objective and ask questions Dialogue / Body(Activities / A detailed elaboration of different learning styles and their demonstration8 minutesActively engage with each other as well as with the teacher to

sections)Use of new and innovative ways as to how the interaction is made in order to develop an ability of quick learningUsing an approach that incorporates a mix of different learning styles as everyone finds a different method a dominant style of learning new techniquesDiscussing different circumstances in which a particular learning technique can be useful and effective understand methods of taking care of woundsActively participate and seek every opportunity and try to be part of demonstration as muchas student can Contribute towards the achievement of the objective of the topic being discussedTry to be part of different groups as theyare immensely helpful in new methods of using equipment Try to be constructive in the session in order to form genuine ideasConclusionClosure – includes assessment / evaluationCompletion of notes and presentationResponding to the questions and queriesAssessment of students based on the questionnaire 4 minutesStudents will be able tolearn effectively using learning techniquesShould be able to pass the assessment done byteachersResources

Part BIntroductionThe target audience of this training session is the student nurses who are learning various aspectsof nursing and are yet to be a part of the health care system.The student nurses around the world are being deployed by the health care organizations andhospitals for their critical role of saving and taking care of the patients. They always have to useclear, effective and accurate skills that are used for saving lives, particularly in the absence ofmedical professionals like doctors and surgeons. They have to be well versed in understandingthe needs of patients, applications of new and alternative medications, working alongside withtheir instructors and following the procedures of the health care facility where they are gettingpractical experience.The topic of the session being chosen here is “Patient safety and wound care”. Therefore, it isneedless to say that safety of any patient is an essential and core part of what nursing is all about.Nurses, as we know them, are the ones who restore and revive the health of the patients even ifhow challenging is it for them to dispense their duties. One of the important aspects of nursingcare is to prevent avoidable errors and extensive caring of the wounds. There are a set of triedand tested ways or procedures for improving wound care procedures and making methodologiesand medications more reliable (Kalisch, Tschannen, & Lee, 2012).The teaching session essentially focuses on certain key areas which form the bedrock of the topicat hand. The central point of this approach is to develop a culture of safety so that undesirableincidents could be prevented from happening by learning constructive attitudes and behaviors.The health care organizations are therefore needed to foster a proactive approach when it comesto patient that develop serious and life taking wounds. It should be noted that the healthcare canonly be termed as reliable when the healthcare professionals are provided with reliable andsensible knowledge as to how preparations and actions are taken for wound care. Therefore, thehuman factors are always a key for safer healthcare. PreparationThese days, the incidents of drunk driving and because of that accidents are taking place quitefrequently. There is a new sub-urban class of people particularly teenagers that is involved inthese activities of drinking and driving. Therefore, the healthcare facilities are often filled withsuch accident patients, who need instant care as they sustain serious injuries. Hence, it wasurgently felt a need by the medical instructors to provide a teaching session to the student nursesregarding patient safety and wound care. As a known fact, the learners that is the student nurses generally have a compelling propensity toempathize with the patients who are very serious or badly injured (Doenges, Moorhouse, &Murr, 2010). Therefore, to determine and ensure their readiness for the teaching session, we mustput across the context of today’s scenario regarding the rising death toll in the drunk driving

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