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  • in reply to: RN and LPN program #1745

    Kevinkeane654
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    Hi there, May I also ask if it includes: Explain the levels of response,Understand the ‘Glasgow Coma Score’ system,Understand eye and pupil responses and how to assess breathing,Know how to monitor and read a person’s pulse and what to look out for,Know how to measure blood pressure and what the readings mean,Understand methods for taking temperature,Understand how to assess skin,Know how to record observations, and Have an overview of advanced monitoring techniques. Or Understand the anatomy and physiology that relates to clinical observations Learn about normal and abnormal clinical observations/vital signs Understand the clinical significance of abnormal vital sign readings Perform a range of clinical observations under supervision including:blood pressure heart rate temperature respiratory rateoxygen saturations,Complete a basic pain assessment,Consciousness assessment (AVPU),Blood Glucose Measurements Fluid Balance Charts,Clinical Documentation, Escalation of Clinical Observations

    Thank you for your assistance

    in reply to: RN and LPN program #1744

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    Hi there,

    May I ask if taking vital signs (clinical observations) is covered on more detail in the LPN and RN program due to the fact that Medical Support Grades cannot do certain measurements such as

    Introduction into clinical observation skills,Basic clinical observations,Patient consent,Hand hygiene (infection prevention and control),Breathing/respiratory rate,Pulse rate (heart rate),Body temperature,Blood pressure,Oxygen saturation levels (and oxygen therapy),Peak flow testing,Blood glucose testing,Urine testing,Body mass index,Complete a basic pain assessment,Consciousness assessment (AVPU),Assessing patients’ skin,Supporting medication administration,Sepsis awareness, andAdditional online learning resources.

    Thank you for your assistance

    in reply to: MSN Program #1724

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    Hi there,

    May I ask for a catalogue on what the actual MSN program covers?

    Thank you for your assistance

    in reply to: How does the proctored exam work? #1721

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    Hi there,

    If I was currently not employed in the medical field and if I was not residing in the United States, I might need to hire an exam proctor so I can actually take the final examinations

    Thank you for your assistance

    in reply to: How does the proctored exam work? #1716

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    Hi there,

    May I ask could I use a proctor I hired from a proctoring service?

    Thank you for your assistance

    in reply to: How does the proctored exam work? #1692

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    Could I also be proctored by a manager/supervisor or nominate a proctor myself?

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    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    So the coursework is done independently and there is no instructor present or any kind of live commitment?

    in reply to: RN and LPN program #1162

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    I’m very sorry for the constant long queries but may I ask what each RN and LPN module entails,

    Thank you for your assistance and I apologise for the inconvenience caused by all my replies

    in reply to: RN and LPN program #1156

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    And my final queries are do the RN and LPN programs cover

    First Aid
    Emergency Medical technology
    Emergency Nursing
    Physicatric Nursing

    Thank you for your time once again

    in reply to: RN and LPN program #1152

    Kevinkeane654
    Participant

    Just in case you were wondering, that LPN text was extracted from the overview page on this Website, May I finally ask if the LPN and RN program cover casting and splinting as well as sterile dressing and wound care

    Thank you for your time

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