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  • A

    • ABC for Smoking Cessation 22 KB

      To increase the confidence of health professionals to ask about smoking and discuss treatment options with their clients, including nicotine replacement therapy and offer brief advice and referrals.

    • Acute Pain Management 120 KB

      Increase knowledge regarding assessment and treatment of acute pain with an introduction to
      neuropathic pain.

    • Acute Stroke Care Study Day 70 KB

      Health professionals receiving better understanding of acute care for people suffering a stroke.

    • Advanced Care Planning - Level 2 Course 713 KB

      A two day Advance Care Planning course (Thurs 8 & Fri 9 June) is now open for applications. Applications close 20 April.

      The main objective of the Level 2 ACP course is development of communication skills for complex conversations. Please see attached flyer for further details. To apply go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/1aseptodec2016

    • Advanced Stroke Study Day 54 KB

      Advance health professionals knowledge on stroke.

    • AHS&T CASP Training 24 KB

      This course is designed for those employed under the DHB/PSA Allied & Public Health MECA and their managers. On completion of the course, participants will be able to describe the eligibility requirements for CASP, be able to use the CASP paperwork and process and apply CASP domains to objective setting.

    • AHS&T Introduction to Professional Supervision Training 23 KB

      This course is for 3DHB allied health staff working in general health, who wish to become professional supervisors. This course is an introduction to the process and skills required of an effective supervisor.

    • AHS&T Preceptorship Training 61 KB

      Preceptorship is a framework to support under graduates and those new to the organisation or workforce (the preceptee) by an experienced clinician (the preceptor). This course will cover the skills you need to be an effective preceptor.

    • ALERT – Hospital Nurses 182 KB

      The ALERT (Acute Life Threatening Events Recognition and Treatment) Course is a multidisciplinary course focusing on the recognition and management of the acutely unwell or deteriorating patient.

    • ALERT - Primary and Community Nurses 120 KB

      The ALERT (Acute Life Threatening Events Recognition and Treatment) Course is a multidisciplinary course focusing on the recognition and management of the acutely unwell or deteriorating patient.

  • C

    • Challenging Incidents - General 135 KB

      This interactive workshop focuses on conflict resolution and communication strategies to effectively manage aggression and threat of harm in the workplace.

    • Clinical Training Unit 291 KB

      How to find us: 2nd Floor, East Wing, Clock Tower Building, Hutt Hospital.

    • Continence Study Day 16 KB

      To increase knowledge and understanding of continence issues. To be able to identify and manage basic continence problems and to know when to refer on. To confidently care for patients with IDC/SPC. To be able to recognsie autonomic dysreflexia.

  • D

    • Diabetes Care Givers Course 133 KB

      Gaining an overview of diabetes for Care Givers, Community Mental Health Workers, Health Workers, Health Care Assistants, or anyone working with, caring for, or supporting people in the community with diabetes.

  • F

    • Foundation Training (For New & Returning Staff Only) 68 KB

      For new or returning clinical staff who have duty or care to our patients. This course is run in conjunction with the General Orientation and is suitable for Doctors, Nurses, HCA's, Physiotherapists, OT's, Community nurses and Orderlies.

  • G

  • I

    • Introduction to Diabetes 120 KB

      This course will increase your confidence in delivering diabetes care. It is taught by a variety of speakers and coordinated by the Specialist Diabetes Nursing Service at Hutt Valley DHB. It is relevant for nurses and allied health professionals working with people with diabetes – primary care, hospital or community based.

    • IV Training – Central Line Care & Management 171 KB

      To train hospital based registered health professionals on the clinical care & management of central lines (e.g. PICC lines, CVC, Hickman lines, Implanted port or “Portacath”).

    • IV Training – IV Assessors Training 168 KB

      To train selected and IV proficient registered health professionals on how to provide IV related training & clinical support to work colleagues. This training also introduces the participant on how to formally assess a colleague’s IV procedural skill using the DHB’s current framework.

    • IV Training – Peripheral Cannulation 172 KB

      To train registered health professionals in the procedure of peripheral venous cannulation.

    • IV Training – Phlebotomy 169 KB

      To train registered health professionals in the procedure of phlebotomy (venepuncture).

  • L

    • Learning Centre 161 KB

      How to find us: 1st Floor, Clock Tower Building, Hutt Hospital

  • M

    • Management Essentials 125 KB

      These briefing sessions and workshops aim to support and inform managers and other leaders.

    • Managing Cardiac Conditions 131 KB

      This study day for health professionals will broaden your cardiac knowledge and help you to provide evidenced based care when caring for patients with chest pain, angina, myocardial infarction, heart failure, common arrhythmias including atrial fibrillation, and cardiac valve disease.

    • Mental Health - Aspects of Mental Health in Elderly 116 KB

      This study day aims to broaden your knowledge regarding managing the complexities of older adults with mental health issues and /or dementia.

    • Mental State Examination Workshop 117 KB

      The aim of this course is to promote evidence-based clinical analysis and identification of consumer mental state symptoms by mental health clinicians working in Hospital and Health Services. Consistency in symptom identification is supported when common terms and descriptors for symptoms are used.

  • N

    • Nurses Mandatory Training for Community Based Staff 120 KB

      An all-day course for clinical staff working in community areas, including community mental health staff, RPH staff including HCA, non-medical vaccinators, school dental, school health team nurses and other community based staff. May also be suitable for some in-hospital staff who do not work within a standard clinical / ward environment.

    • Nurses Mandatory Training for Hospital Based Staff 41 KB

      An all-day course for all hospital based nursing and HCA staff. This course is suitable for all in-hospital nurses.

    • Nutrition Support – A beginners Guide 129 KB

      This study day provides an overview of key elements of Nutrition Support. Nutrition support is the provision of formulated nutrients orally, enterally or parenterally to appropriate patients and for the purpose of maintaining or restoring nutritional status.

    • NZRC – Newborn Life Support 170 KB

      This course aims to prepare staff for managing or taking part in resuscitation at birth. It is intended for all staff that may be called upon to resuscitate a baby at, or immediately after birth, comprises of pre-reading, delivered sessions and scenario practice.

    • NZRC - Update 55 KB

      An update course for those who have taken the NZRC Certificate of Resuscitation and Emergency Care (CORE) course in the past 2-3 years.

    • NZRC for Advanced Rescuers 56 KB

      A one-day course for NZ Health Professionals who may be expected to lead or take a key support role in managing a cardiac arrest or acute medical emergency.

    • NZRC for Non Staff Health Professionals - Advanced 120 KB

      A one-day course for NZ Health Professionals who may be expected to lead or take a key support role in managing a cardiac arrest or acute medical emergency.

  • O

    • Orientations 459 KB

      Details of our various staff orientations: General Orientation & Powhiri; Nurses, Anaesthetic Techs & Midwives Orientation; Foundation Training Day; House Surgeon Orientation and Registrar Orientation.

    • Orthopaedic Patient Journey (Elderly) 22 KB

      The aim of this study day is to increase nurses knowledge in how to care for the older patient who has sustained a # NOF pre and post-operatively.

  • P

  • R

    • Respiratory Course 23 KB

      The course provides nurses with an improved understanding of how to care for adult patients with asthma and COPD. This includes assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of these patients with a focus on secondary level care. It also helps nurses provide better education, support and care for their patients with Asthma and COPD.

    • Respiratory Education Session - INTERNAL HVDHB STAFF ONLY 113 KB

      Topics of respiratory interest discussed alternating between education sessions, M+M, peer review and respiratory physiology.

    • Respiratory Radiology Meeting - INTERNAL HVDHB STAFF ONLY 56 KB

      X-rays and CT scans from the respiratory department are reviewed.

    • Resus Update - Primary Health, PHO, Aged Care 120 KB

      To provide update training in Resuscitation to an equivalent of NZRC level 4 for health professionals.

    • Resus Update – Senior Medical Officers (SMO’s) 157 KB

      These short refresher sessions are aimed at consultants / specialists who need to update their
      CPR skills and knowledge.

    • Resus Update – Staff 109 KB

      Aimed at Allied Health staff, however this update is also suitable for Hospital and Community based clinical staff who are not attending the Nurses Mandatory Training day.

    • Resuscitation Training Opportunities 149 KB

      Resuscitation Training and Education Sessions made available and tailored to suit the needs of the different areas of the DHB.

    • Risk Formulation Workshop 118 KB

      This interactive workshop focuses on current understandings about the nature of risk in a mental health setting. It is a pre-requisite to the MHAID FraMing Personality workshops.

  • S

    • Smart Technologies for health and wellbeing: tools for clinicians and patients in the community 445 KB

      This 4.5-hour workshop will appeal to primary and secondary health professionals. Topics for discussion include internet information sites, internet applications, e-tools, e-careplans, e-scripts and the use of mobile apps by clinicians and patients.

    • Staff Orientations 459 KB

      Details of our various staff orientations: General Orientation & Powhiri; Nurses, Anaesthetic Techs & Midwives Orientation; Foundation Training Day; House Surgeon Orientation and Registrar Orientation.

  • U

  • V

  • W

    • Wellington Respiratory Education Session - INTERNAL HVDHB STAFF ONLY 56 KB

      Topics of respiratory interest discussed including case based discussion and updates in clinical respiratory medicine.

    • Workplace Assessor Training 37 KB

      Workplace assessor training is aimed at preparing Senior Nurses to assess colleagues and who will be undertaking staff appraisals. On completion it is participants will have increased understanding of competence, portfolio assessment and effective support of staff through the assessment process.

    • Woundcare - Advanced 34 KB

      The Advanced Study Day builds on part two and provides knowledge / challenges practice in wound care at an advanced level.

    • Woundcare - Fundamentals 43 KB

      The Fundamentals Study Day is part one of a three part series on wound management. Part one focuses on establishing sound knowledge and skills for basic wound management including wound products.

    • Woundcare - Intermedicate 35 KB

      The Intermediate Study Day builds on part one and extends knowledge and skill acquisition in case scenarios, referrals and interdisciplinary collaboration in wound management.

    • Woundcare - Pressure Injury Study Day 23 KB

      This study day will provide attendees (Registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants) with information on international guidelines. It also focuses on pressure injury prevention and management with practical workshops.

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