Best Practice to Reduce the Pediatric Medical Device Pressure Injury Workshop
Date: Saturday 28 November 2020
Dr. Bakriah Mohammad
Nursing Clinical Practice & Research Unit Coordinator & Wound Management Nurse
THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS WORKSHOP
At the end of this Workshop, participants will be able to:
- Define a pediatric pressure injury that has developed from a medical device
- Describe the etiology and pathophysiology of pediatric medical device pressure injury
- Identify risk factors for pediatric medical device pressure injury development.
- Explain the impact of pediatric medical device pressure injury on patients, careers, organizations and on the
- Diagnose and classify pediatric medical device pressure
- Describe the association between pediatric medical device pressure injury, quality of care, and patient
- Recommend effective interventions to prevent pediatric medical device pressure injury and adapt the
- Recommend effective interventions for local treatment of pediatric medical device pressure injury and adapt the interventions to specific patient populations and
THE TARGET GROUPS TO ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP
The workshop attracts Students and healthcare professionals from fields such as nursing, medicine, Respiratory therapy …etc.
King Abdulaziz University Hospital
Nursing Course (Pre-Conference)
Date: Sunday 29 November 2020
Open Eyes on
Pediatric Oncology Nursing
Ms. Alla BaMohammed
Manger, Nursing education
Coordinator of Nursing pre-conference course
The purpose of this course is to train audience about the theoretical framework and the skills needed for the principles and practice of oncology pediatric nurses, which is necessary where the cases and the care become highly demand in our community.
This will be to improve the nursing role in the delivery of care to the pediatric oncology patients and their family, which helps in both satisfaction for both patients/ parents and staff. In addition, it will be to build confident and competent level among nurses who provide care to such cases.
Specialized Pediatric/Pediatric Oncology Nurses
At the completion of this course participants will be able to:
- Develop skills in critical thinking for different oncology cases and interpretation of the assessments.
- Utilize evidence based practice for recent treatment modalities and the expected outcome
- Discover the recent on child health and the coordination of palliative care with family
- Enhance quality of delivery of care from nursing and nutritional prospective.
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