Basic Critical Care Course at CCNAPI

Course Description

 

Critical Care Nurses Association of the Philippines The course will offer an opportunity for nurses to develop critical thinking by integrating knowledge about the disease, assessment, intervention and management.

The course will have a four-day didactic and one-day workshop period to enable the participants to develop basic skills necessary in a simulated environment.

TOPICS

Conceptual Foundation of Critical Care

  • Scope of critical care nursing practice
  • Use of the nursing process
  • Critical care environment

Cardiovascular System

  • Adult and Pediatric Assessment

Acute Myocardial Infarction

  • Heart Failure
  • Cardiac Tamponade

Hemodynamic Monitoring

Cardiovascular Drug Formula and Dosages

Respiratory System

  • Adult and Pediatric Assessment

Respiratory Disorders

  • Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • Pneumonia
  • Pulmonary Edema

Care of the Ventilated Patient

Mechanical Ventilation

Neurologic System

  • Comprehensive  Assessment and Tools

Neurologic Disorders

  • Brain Attack
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Seizures and Status Epilepticus

Renal Disorders

  • Acute Renal Failure

Shock Syndrome

Common Pediatric Emergency

Care of the Adult Critically- ill Patients

Care of the Pediatric Critically-ill Patient

WORKSHOPS

  • Hemodynamic Monitoring
  • Mechanical Ventilation
  • Neurological Assessment
  • Cardiovascular Drugs: Formula and Computation

Date of Training

April 5 – 9, 2010

Time

8:00- 5:00PM

Registration Fee

Pre-Registration: Member : 3500 Non-Member 3700

On-Site: Member 4000 Non-member 4,500

For Inquiries please call

Critical Care Nurses Association of the Philippines, Inc. 8th Floor, Medical Arts Building, Philippine Heart Center, East Avenue Quezon City, Philippines

Telephone Numbers : 925 2401 loc. 3823 Telefax (02) 426 4394

Source: CCNAPI site

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5 thoughts on “Basic Critical Care Course at CCNAPI

    1. You need to be an RN with an exposure in a clinical area for at least 6 mos. Just present your PRC and PNA ID and certification from your hospital that you are assigned in critical care areas.

  1. aren’t there any free seminars? i don’t have any experience yet and no job. i want to utilize my time and expand my skills through seminars but its not possible when every seminar costs money, considering that i don’t have any source of income at the moment. its frustrating, can anyone suggest free seminars that won’t cost much? or are there any grants whatsoever that can help me pay for seminars?

    1. unfortunately mahirap makahanap ng mga free seminars ngayon…pwera na lng if ang attendees are not nurses..yon free yon kasi health education yon pero its not for nurses 🙁 cge lang i will let you know pag meron….

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