Join us at our free online CPD event
Escalation of care: Recognition, assessment, and escalation of the deteriorating patient
12th December, 12:30 – 14:00
This webinar will help develop your knowledge and skills in the recognition and escalation of unwell/deteriorating patients. It will explore factors that affect timely escalation of care, including the tools available to assist with early recognition of deteriorating patients within the acute hospital setting.
It will discuss the communication processes, systematic assessment, how you can initiate an appropriate response, and how to call for the right help.
Plus, the event will count as 90 minutes of CPD, and you’ll get a certificate of attendance after the event for your records.Save your spot for free
What will you get out of this CPD event?
This event will provide insight into two key tools:
- SBAR-D handover – a structured method for communicating critical information that requires immediate attention and action
- The National Early Warning Score (NEWS2) – system for scoring the physiological measurements that are routinely recorded at the patient’s bedside
Who should attend?
This workshop is designed for nurses, midwives, nursing associates, and healthcare assistants, and will cover critical topics relevant to working in adult inpatient hospital settings. However, those from other settings are welcome to join the session as learning objectives may be transferable.Save your spot for free
Meet our guest speaker
Jake Aspinall, Clinical Lead for Nursing, Acacium Group
An NMC registered nurse, Jake has over 20 years’ experience in Nursing. He first joined Acacium Group in July 2019 as divisional clinical lead for nursing, where he leads the clinical nursing team. Jake brings extensive clinical experience and invaluable practice-based knowledge in a wide variety of specialisms, ranging from haematology/oncology, emergency department, critical care outreach, occupational health, and site management.
Jake is passionate about providing the best quality healthcare workers and ensuring the highest standards of best practice are maintained.