08 Nov 2018 - 08 Nov 2018
Medical matters for non-medical staff
November 08, 2018
CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF ENGAGEMENT.
THIS SESSION WILL BE RESCHEDULED TO 26 FEBRUARY 2019.
Why should you attend?
All boarding staff want to offer the best possible care to their students and this seminar will build confidence in dealing with minor medical matters. When dealing with a student’s medical care in house, procedures and practices must be following for you and the boarders to work and live together safely.
This seminar will cover working safely, the administration and storage of medicines, and minor injuries and illnesses. We will also consider how to best work alongside medical staff.
10:00 Registration and Coffee
10:30 Welcome and Introductions
11:00 Guidelines for working safely – policies and protocols
11:30 Tea and Coffee
11:45 Management of medicines
13:30 Supporting pupils with long term conditions
14:00 The unwell or injured pupil – “red flags”
14:45 Infection control
Speaker: Jill Hill, BSc, DipHE, RN
Jill Hill is entering her 6th year as Lead Nurse at The Cheltenham Ladies College, following a long career in Emergency care. As a Senior Sister and Emergency Nurse Practitioner at the John Radcliffe Hospital she was responsible for staff training and work in association with Oxford Brookes University to deliver specialist lectures in minor injuries and autonomous practice. In 2012, her chapter "The Role of the Trauma Nurse" was published in the 4th Edition of ABC of Major Trauma and she continues to be an ALS instructor for Resus Council (UK).
Jill's change of direction into school nursing enabled her to rekindle her love of nursing by making a marked difference to the students in her care by reinventing the medical centre and its provision at CLC. She and her team are an integral part of the Pastoral team, working with students, staff and key stakeholders to ensure that the overall physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing of each individual pupil is at the centre of all they do.
Jill is a strong advocate for the nursing profession, suggesting the unique skills and qualities nurses possess make them the perfect advocates for the students in their care.
Cost: Member £210 / Non-member £260
Venue: St Peter's School, York, YO30 6AB