Recognition And Prevention of Injury and Deterioration (RAPID)
- When is this course held?
To be confirmed
- Where is this course held?
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- Edinburgh - RCSEd
- Edinburgh - RCSEd
- How much will this course cost?
From £315 - View more information below
- Can I book online?
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- Is CPD awarded for this course?
Yes, 12 Points
- Course/Event group: Surgical Course | See more Surgical Courses
Recognition And Prevention Of Injury And Deterioration (RAPID)
RCSED's newly launched RAPID course and methodology aims to outline a safe and straight-forward approach to the management of all types of surgical patients through the simulation of a multi-disciplinary ward round. This Critical Care course provides an approach which can be used in partnership with a candidate’s existing expertise to provide a high level of care which should aid the recognition of complications and the provision of high-quality patient care, using the following:
The vignettes and moulages link to:
- Capabilities in Practice 1: Manages an outpatient clinic
- Capabilities in Practice 2: Manages the unselected emergency take
- Capabilities in Practice 3: Manages ward rounds and the ongoing care of inpatients
- Capabilities in Practice 4: manages an operating list
- Capabilities in Practice 5: Manages multidisciplinary working
The Generic Professional Capabilities:
- Domain 1: Professional values and behaviours
- Domain 2: Professional skills
- Domain 3: Professional knowledge
- Domain 4: Capabilities in health promotion and illness prevention
- Domain 5: Capabilities in leadership and team working
- Domain 6: Capabilities in patient safety and quality improvement
While this course is primarily aimed at those within the aforementioned training levels, early years registrars and doctors on a core level rota/roster may benefit. The standard is set to a minimally competent last day core trainee.
RAPID is a hybrid online/face to face Critical Care course, which consists of:
- Online vignettes delivered via our Virtual Learning Environment, which will be made available to candidates in the weeks prior to the course. This is expected to occupy the equivalent of a single day of study leave.
- Group Discussion
- In-person practical workshops/moulages
- Candidates will be have their skills assessed via practical moulages. This occupies a single day of study leave.
As a result of attending this course, participants should be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of critical care
- Apply a systematic approach for the assessment of patients
- Identify an appropriate pathway for continuing patient care
- Formulate a management plan for deteriorating patients
- Distinguish between the stable and the deteriorating patient
- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to lead a surgical ward round
£350 Full Fee
Miss Clare Pattenden
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