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General on-calls: Handover tips, fluid reviews, prescribing and electrolyte management

8th Aug 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
8th Aug 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
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Attendance certificate available
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Session lead:

Dr Sam Leach, Foundation Year Two Doctor, Gloucester & Cheltenham

Dr Jonathan Smith, Foundation Year Two Doctor, Southmead Hospital

The Severn Foundation Cases is an educational platform, designed to deliver deanery-wide teaching to foundation trainees across the Severn & Peninsula Deanery.

All teaching is endorsed by the Severn Foundation School and Health Education England. Certificates of attendance will be provided for all sessions attended. Teaching hours can be logged as non-core teaching hours on your Horus personal learning log, and will contribute to your total teaching hours (60 hours total, of which a minimum of 30 hours of non-core teaching required to pass ARCP).

Summary

This teaching session on on-calls for medical professionals will provide valuable tips on how to manage fluid reviews, prescribing and electrolyte management in hospital environments, as well as helpful handover advice. The session is led by Dr Sam Leach and Dr Jonathan Smith from Gloucester & Cheltenham and Southmead Hospital, respectively. Participants will be awarded with a certificate of attendance endorsed by Severn Foundation School and Health Education England and can log the hours as non-core teaching on their Horus personal learning log. Don't miss out - register now!
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Learning objectives

1. Understand the importance of handover in order to ensure patient safety and continuity of care. 2. Consider individual patient requirements when reviewing fluid charts. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of drug prescribing and monitoring, with particular focus on the prescription of electrolytes. 4. Develop the ability to assess patient response to prescribed medications and understand the indication and management of electrolyte imbalances. 5. Incorporate clinical reasoning and decision making to ensure the safe and effective care for the patient.
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8th Aug 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
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