Available courses

Policy of the course:

1-  Course title: nursing documentation.

2-  Venue  : CPDD Web site

3-  Course material : Power Point Presentation PDF

4-  Frequency: every 4 times per year.

5-   Registration will start one week before ,

6-  Duration of the course - 3 days.

7-  Participants: different nursing categories

8-  There will be 50 questions to be answered.

9-  To pass the course and receive certificate, each nurse must score a minimum of 50% for the written test.

10-        The course has 5 contents.

11-       The time for the exam is 80 minutes, each question one and half minutes.

12-       The exam will be at the 4th day.

13-        The trainer have the right to repeat the course if he didn’t pass the exam the exam for three times.

14-       The credit hours for the course ………………..

15-       Evaluation & assessment  

*    Participant feed back  By the end of the exam you have to fill an evaluation form

*    Assessment is by MCQs - T/F exam.

16-       The trainer will have certificate at the end of the course if he pass the exam from the CPDD

 

Objectives of the course: by the end of the course the participant will be able to:

1.    Define the nursing documentation.

2.    Identify the importance of documentations.

3.    Assets in the nursing process.

4.    Maintain, accurate,  continues, timely and appropriate informative nursing records (Quality management)

5.    Meet the particular standards of documentation.

6.    Provide nurses professional information.

7.    Identify the problem areas and find solutions.

Contents of the course:

Ø Definitions

Ø Purposes of Documentation

Ø standard of Documentation

Ø Implementation

Ø Patient file

 

Safaa Bayomi

Hind Waly

       


      Establishing an electronic Infection Control training Program

Introduction and rationale:

A structured learning activity on basic infection control, concepts     epidemiology and prevention of nosocomial infection is essential because:

  • Increased mortality is mainly due to infectious processes
  • Nosocomial infections are among the ten leading causes of death in the world.
  • Most infections acquired while patient is in hospital
  • Hand washing has proven to be the single most important infection control practice for preventing nosocomial infections
  • Educational programs improve universal precaution practices and staff compliance

Objectives:-

Primary objectives:-

1-Prevent major infections when providing services

2-Minimizing the risk of transmitting serious diseases such as hepatitis B HIV/AIDS to the

Clients

·      service providers and the

·      staff including

·      housekeeping personnel

3- Establish a team of Trainers in infection control practices and prevention.

4- To improve the nurses performance regarding infection control.
5- To evaluate the impact of an infection control educational program on the practice of universal precaution among the nurses.

Secondary objectives:-

-       Increase universal precaution  compliance

-       Decrease the incidence of nosocomial infections

 

Target Group

  •  Different nursing categories
  •  other Health Care Providers

Methods:

Contents:-

          Theory: (a) lectures

1.   Introduction-historical background

2.   Definitions

3.   I C objectives

4.   Causes of infections

5.   Cycle of infection

6.   Universal precaution for infection prevention

-       Hands hygiene

-       Isolation

-       Immunization

-       Environmental hygiene

-       Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

-       Safe practices(proper reprocessing of instruments, safe management of  sharps and waste)

-       Infection control and prevention videos on:

1.   Hands hygiene

2.   Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

3.   reprocessing of instruments

4.   Safe management of sharps and waste.

Trainees assessment

 

Formative evaluation: it will be conducted by the trainee whenever he or she completed the unit to be oriented to his/her strengths and deficiencies

Summative: this will be at the end of the course by on line  examination.

Course evaluation:

1.   Trainee Module evaluation questionnaires

2.   Analysis of Continuous assessment & final exam marks results

3.   Check list for Facilities & resources

Trainees evaluation

Requirements:

-       Computer

-       Internet resources

Course conduction and certification::

-       The course will be offered one line in forms of units

-       The trainee should study the unit and take the unit test

-       The trainee will not be allowed to start the following unit unless he/she pass the previous one

-       The pass mark is 70%

References

1.    Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, 2008, Advancing the practice of infection prevention, viewed 1 December 2008, <http:// www.apic.org....& more/ Using APIC.org ..., Inc. www.apic.org/ - 47k

2.    Karen C, Bright, K &Kouzekanani ,K , 2000, Long-term effectiveness infection control training among fourth-year medical students, Medical Education Online, viewed 21 November 2008 ,2000;5:1. Msu.edu Page 1.

3.    [http://.msu.edu/ ˜ dsolomon/res00009.pdf]

4.    Mills, E J, 2004, Nursing Procedures, 4th.edn, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins , Philadelphia . Baltimore, New York. London.

5.    Nettina, Sandra M, Mills and Elizabeth J,2006, the Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice, 8th. edn, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Philadelphia. Baltimore, New York. London.

 

 

 


Federal Ministry of Health

Continuous Professional Development Directorate

Curriculum Development

Nursing Curriculum Development Committee

Title: Nursing Ethics

 

Policy for Nursing Ethics:

1-     Venue  : CPDD

2-     CPDD Web site

3-     Registration starts before 1 weeks of the beginning of the course.

4-     Course will be open for 3 days, and the final exam will be in the 4th day.

5-     Duration:  3 days online.

6-     Training materials:  power point presentation PDF and videos.

7-     Participants: different nursing categories

8-     Assessment is by MCQs - T/F.

9-     The total number of question is 50 questions.

10-  The total time for exam is 80 minutes, and for each question is one and half minutes.

11-  The candidates have the right to take the exam for one time.

12-  To pass the course and receive certificate, each nurse must score a minimum of 75% for the written test.

13-  By the end of the exam you have to fill an evaluation form.

14-  Certificate will be received from the CPDD.

15-  If there is any question contact the coordinator in the CPDD.

Background and Rational:

Ethics is the branch of disciplines that deals with basic questions of meaning and value. It takes various rules and principles and integrates them with detailed knowledge with the relevant facts and customs of a particular sphere of life such as politics, race relation or the work place.

 

 

 

Objectives:-

·       To improve the nurses awareness regarding  rights and responsibilities

·        To facilitate nursing practices within the limits of own competence.

·       To develop the ability to identify what is morally significant in a particular situation and then to respond appropriately.

·       To protect clients against malpractice.

·       To protect nurses in regards to legal issues.

Contents:-

ü  Theory: (6) lectures

§  Introduction to nursing ethics

§  Definitions

§  Nurses rights

§   Nurses responsibilities

§  characteristics of Nursing

§  Rules and regulation of nursing practice

 


Federal Ministry of Health

Continuous Professional Development Directorate

Curriculum Development

Nursing Curriculum Development Committee

Title: Medications Administration for Nurses

 

 

Policy for Drug administration:

1-     Title: Medications Administration for Nurses

2-     Venue  : CPDD Web site

3-     Registration starts before 2 weeks of the beginning of the course.

4-     Course will be open for 1 week, and the final exam will be in the 8th day.

5-     Duration:  7 days online.

6-     Training materials:  power point presentation PDF and videos.

7-     Participants: different nursing categories

8-     Assessment is by MCQs - T/F.

9-     The total number of question is 50 questions.

10-  The total time for exam is 80 minutes, and for each question is one and half minutes.

11-  The candidates have the right to take the exam for three times.

12-  The candidates have the right to go back to missed questions.

13-  To pass the course and receive certificate, each nurse must score a minimum of 60% for the written test.

14-  By the end of the exam you have to fill an evaluation form.

15-  Certificate will be received from the CPDD.

16-  If there is any question contact the coordinator in the CPDD.

Background and Rational:

A medication is a substance that is taken into or placed on the body to prevent disease, Treat symptoms, treat disease or illness, promote or maintain normal body functions and aid in diagnoses. Nursing as a profession has had a close association with the administration of medicines and the assessment of the individuals in relation to them. Medication Administration Course is designed for nurses to accurately administer medications to individuals , It include important and complex aspects regarding knowledge of medicines and appropriate dosage form, their routes of administration , adverse drug reactions ,  storage , suitability for the individuals, adherence, and nurses’ ethical and professional responsibilities. The laws regarding the regulation of medicines, administration and documentation are also a part of the awareness within nurse’s practice.

General objective:

The general objective of the curriculum is to improve nursing knowledge and skills about nursing drug administration according to international and local guidelines.

Specific objectives:

1-     To study the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of the drug administration.

2-     To identify the safety of medication and their storage.

3-     To safely administer medications to individuals according to written orders.

4-     To maintain proper documentation of the drug administration.

5-     To explain Abbreviation and symbols for medication preparation and administration

Course contents:

·        Important guidelines of medication administration for nurses.

·        Precaution in giving medications

·        Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics which include :

-        ADME (Absorption , Distribution , Metabolism ,Execration)

-        Routes of administrations

-        Dosage form.

-        Dose regimens (Dosage calculation).

-        Adverse drug reaction (drug Interactions - medication errors)

·        Medication storage

·        Rights of medication administration and medication orders.

·        Documentation of the drug administration.

·        Abbreviation and symbols for medication preparation and administration.

 

 

 


 

 Laboratory BioSafety

1-Course title     :           Laboratory  BioSafety

2-Hours      :           34 Hrs

3-Course duration       :           30 days

4-Module Coordinator:

5-Venue:

CPDc Web site.

-Course discripation

1-     this course focuses on bio safety , including. the infection process as applies to laboratory‑acquired disease, Code of practice,, Recognize the risks involved in prevention, drills, and fire fighting techniques.

2-      .    Identify the critical components of a laboratory safety program.

 

 

 

handling toxic, flammable and reactive chemical compounds. .Recognize aerosol release potential from specific types of laboratory procedures and devices.

 

-General  Objectives :- 

     Discuss the Blood borne Pathogens standard as it applies to clinical and medical       laboratories

     explains common sense laboratory safety rules applied to clinical laboratory practice.

     Discuss  the prevention and safety measures, fighting electrical fires, and treatment of electrical injuries.

    Learn about classes of fire and key acronyms and fire 8-Specific Objectives

By the end of this E.learning  course  the participants will be able to:

1..Understand the infection process as applies to laboratory acquired disease.

2.       Describe the purpose and function of primary and secondary containment.

3.       Use concepts of hazard recognition to help select appropriate safeguards

4.. listing of the most essential laboratory practices and procedures

5. Be able to assign a Risk Group to an unknown microorganism based on its characteristics.

6. Define the physical characteristics of each level of containment and the design features of each other.

7. Recognize the importance of personal hygiene and protective clothing in minimizing exposure to infectious agents.

8. Identify major aerosol producing activities.

9. List the major factors affecting the ability of airborne microbes to cause infection.

10. Understand the use of D values to predict sterility levels or design sterility treatments.

11. identify  hazards associated with general, radioactive, biological, and chemical wastes generated in a microbiological laboratory.

 

Course content:

Biosafety principle

Biosafety code practice

Risk group of organism

Lab design

Blood borne pathogen

Safe sample collection

Safeguard on entering the lab

Aerosol hazard

Minimize aerosol

handling &soring of hazardous chemicals

emergency procedures

sterilization & decontamination1

sterilization & decontamination2

Backup & Restore Courses.

Waste disposal

Safeguard on leaving the lab

lab safety programme

Safety signs

 

10-Method of instructions:

     Lectures, and open discussion.

11-Resources:

Course coordinator, Course

12-Course material:

PowerPoint presentation .Pdf

13-Evaluation & Assessment:

-Participants feed back

- Exam.