EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS TRAINING | AIRWAY FIRST (Plan of Correction: POC)
Self - Directed Learning
This course is for employees who manage or provide direct care to clients with tracheostomies and/or mechanical ventilation.
At the end of this course the nurse will know how to assess, monitor and safely care for a patient requiring tracheostomy or ventilator assistance in the home.
Criteria for Successful Completion of Activity to Claim CE Certificate
- Complete entire Self-Directed Learning
- Complete post-test with 100% passing score
- Submit Certificate of completion to your office
Home Care Nurses
By the end of this educational activity the learner will be able to:
- Discuss the protocol for activating EMS and documenting adverse events
- Explain who to communicate with when changes in client condition occur
- Describe changes in client condition
- Define the ABCs of airway management
- Discuss the importance of responding to alarms during a change in client condition
- Describe the four areas of nursing that can impact client outcomes during an emergency
- Define the difference between complacency and vigilance
No relevant conflict of interest or financial relationships were disclosed for this educational activity by any of the authors or presenters
Sharon Driscoll, RN, CRRN
Sharon is a certified Rehabilitation Nurse with 40 plus years of nursing experience, most of it in the area of Rehabilitation Nursing. Sharon has worked for the Office of Clinical Support and Leadership for the past 10+ years and has served as Director in that office for the majority of that time. She works closely with LS and the practices to evaluate and follow up on high risk incident data and serves on the Sentinel event review committee. She is a known leader and resource in the area of care of the adult client with a tracheostomy and mechanical ventilation and is currently the project lead of a collaborative group to update, review and revise our process and all materials related to the care of our pediatric and adult trach and ventilator clients.
Michelle Frost BSN, RN, CRRN
Michelle has been a nurse for over 20 years, working primarily with trach and ventilator clients. She obtained her most recent degree in December of 2014. She has worked in home care for 7 years; her whole career has revolved around rehabilitation nursing. She has precepted many nurses in the hospital and home care setting, with positive outcomes for those new nurses.
Margit Moran, RN, BA
Margit has over 30 years of pediatric home care experience. 20 of those years have been in various roles with BAYADA. She has worked in a leadership role related to nursing education at BAYADA for the past 5 years, developing and teaching educational programs. The programs include Nurse Residency as well as virtual classroom for Introduction to Pediatric Homecare and Nurse Preceptor Training.
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