E-learn for ‘harm free’ care is an online educational resource designed to support front line teams in delivering ‘harm free’ care.
The curriculum has been designed to provide an introduction to the Model for Improvement, starting you off on your quest for quality improvement and how to build highly reliable systems in health care.
Hourly Nursing Rounds bring a proactive nurse-led approach to the basics of nursing care. In this module, learn how to implement rounding effectively and how to measure its impact.
Nutritional screening and how to screen using MUST (Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool) are introduced in a module developed in partnership by the British Association to Parental and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN) and the Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS Trust.
The hydration module discusses the importance of ensuring patients hydration needs are met. This module explains the symptoms of dehydration and offers practical tips to encourage your patients to drink more.
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