Recognising Deterioration in Babies and Children

CPD
28m

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Lecture Overview

This essential lecture, Gerry Silk reminds us of the importance of key messages when it comes to preventing, assessing and escalating clinical deterioration in children and babies. A vital reminder of the importance of listening to the parents and your own gut feelings, as well as observing the child - not just the observation chart!

Educators

Portrait of Gerry Silk
Gerry Silk

Gerry has over 40 years of paediatric nursing experience, including 16 years in the emergency department of the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne. The last 10 years at this renowned hospital were spent as a clinical nurse educator. Gerry then worked for 16 years part-time as a paediatric nurse educator at the Angliss Hospital in Melbourne’s east and also ran her own business in paediatric health education. She retired from clinical nursing in December 2017 but continues with her teaching to nurses and community groups. Her teaching is consistently highly evaluated by participants who attend her lectures. Gerry is also the author of the highly successful Ausmed book entitled <em>Care of Sick Children: A Basic Guide</em> which can be accessed on the Ausmed website. See Educator Profile

Details
CPD28m of CPD
First Published25 June 2019
Updated25 June 2019
Expires
24 March 2022
Topics
Critical Care
Child and Family Health
Maternal and Child Health
Paediatrics
Neonatal
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