I would be happy to teach students on how to be a great nurse or a great healthcare professional!
The lessons are split into Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced to give a rough guide on how long the lessons are but this could be shorter or longer depending on how much the student wants to know about a specific system.
All mentors will find something you need to improve on especially during your last placement. This is why the list is helpful to look for what skills you need improving and we can work on it together so you can pass.
I also provide support to medical/students or other healthcare professionals needing support in writing academic research papers/governance approval/study set-up and delivery
I look forward to teaching and supporting new students who are starting in September 2019 or are in their final year.
Lesson 1 (Basic):
I will talk about the anatomy and physiology of the system.
Lesson 2-3 (Intermediate):
I will talk about the assessment, monitoring, and observation of that system.
Lesson 4-5 (Advanced):
Medical simulation training using an app on an ipad to practice critical thinking skills, planning and intervention holistically.
Introduction Lessons to:
i) Assessing the Level 1 ward patient (1 lesson)
ii)The National Early Warning Score (1 lesson)
Anatomy, Physiology, assessment, and management of:
1. Rapid ABCDE (1 lesson)
2.1. Airway and Breathing (2-4 lessons)
2.2. Non-Invasive Ventilation (CPAP) (1-2 lessons)
3. Cardiovascular System (2-4 lessons)
4. Neurological System (2-4 lessons)
4.1. Pain (2-4 lessons)
5. Endocrine and Gastrointestinal (2-4 lessons)
6. Renal System (1-2 lessons)
7. Sepsis (1-2 lessons)
8.1. Musculoskeletal system(1-2 lessons)
8.2. Skin Integrity/Pressure area care (1-2 lessons)
8.3. Thromboembolism risks/sites/management (2-3 lesson)
1. The Basics: How cells work, protein targets for drugs, side effects/interactions
2.1Drugs used in the management of cornary artery disease
2.2 Hypertension and antihypertensive Drugs
2.3 (Advanced) Inotropes and vasopressors
3.1 The physiology of pain, pain pathways and inflammation
3.2 Drugs used in the management of inflammation and pain
4. Digestive system
4.1Drugs used in the management of disorders of the digestive system
5.1 Differences between viruses, bacteria, protozoa, Helminths and fungus
5.2 Drugs used in the management of different types of infection
6. Drugs used for respiratory disorders
7. Drugs used for the endocrine system
8.Drugs used for mental health and neurological disorders
9. Drugs used for vascular disorders
Record keeping effectively ( 1 lesson)
Maintaining a safe environment (1-2 lessons)
Time management (1 lesson)
Nursing Care plan (2-3 lessons)
IV drug calculations (1-2 lessons)
Fluid balance (1-2 lessons)
Handing over a patient using (ABCDE) (2 lessons)
Medicines Administration (All routes) (2 lessons)
Professionalism and Accountability (2 lessons)
Aseptic Technique (1 lesson)
Urethral Catheter Care/indication/insertion (2 lessons)
Malnutrition Universal screening tool (1-2 lessons)
Diet and Nutrition Mangement (1-2 lessons)
TPN feeding (1 lesson)
SALT communication and swallow (2 lessons)
Nasal Gastric insertion and care (1 lesson)
Risk assessments (1 lesson)
Moving and Handling (1 lesson)
Venepuncture and cannulation (1 lesson)
Performing an ECG and interpret ECG (1-3 lessons)
Interpret blood results, monitoring electrolytes (2-3 lessons)
Advanced Nursing management
Managing a stable critically ill patient (1 lesson)
Managing an unstable critically ill patient using (SBAR) ( 1 lesson)
Managing a post op patient (Neuro) (1 lesson)
Managing a post op patient (Cardiac) (1 lesson)
Managing a post op patient (vascular) (1 lesson)
Managing a post op patient (GI) (1 lesson)
Managing a post op patient (Orthopedic) (1 lesson)
Managing an end of life patient (1 lesson)
Basic life support (1 lesson)
Advanced Respiratory management (ventilation, ETT, tracheostomy, and management of a patient with a tracheostomy, auscultation) (2-4 lessons)
Audits (1-2 lessons)
Gain insight and learn about the role
of Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS): (1 lesson per role)
Infection Control Nurse
Tissue Viability Nurse
Clinical Nursing Research (10 -15 lessons)
This will cover:
2.History of clinical research
3. What is Good Clinical Practice and how is it applied in practice
4.Roles of different clinical and non-clinical research staff
6.Process of delivering clinical research
7.Learn about the different types of studies; e.g RCTs, double-blinded, qualitative/quantitative/cohort studies
8.How to find studies that are active in local hospitals and in the regional area.
9.How to read the study protocol
10.How to document results on the CRF and using clinical judgment to interpret results
11.How to manage a team and deliver a research study
Support with Academic Essays/Research studies
1.How to write scientifically
2.Proof reading with annotations/comments made
3.Show you how to critique essays
4.Show you how to reference
5.check references in line with university standards
6.Talking about current issues hospitals are facing and future research that is needed
7. Help support you to think of a current research question
8.Designing Research studies
9.How to apply for ethical approval/HRA approval
1. Describing data with statistics
2. Sample mean and sample standard deviation
3. Detecting skewness from sample
4. Probability distributions
5. Age factors and risk
I have a scientific background having done a Bsc in Chemistry and a PgDip in Adult Nursing at King's College London that was focused on evidence-based research. I have worked in a medical/surigical department and worked in Intensive Care for 3 years and Critical care as well as Cardiac research for 1 year.
One of the problems I hear students tell me when on placement is that universities do not prepare students nurses for the job. That's why I would like to help with this by improving confidence in stufents own abilities and skills and applying them in practice.
Bsc Chemistry 2011
Pgdip Adult Nursing 2014
Clinical Job roles
Neuro Intensive Care Nurse
Critical Care Research Nurse
Cardiology Research Nurse
Cardiac Intensive Care Nurse 2019
Perfect! Edward is absolutely amazing!!! He is so lovely , knowledgable and he explains every thing so simply he is so passionate about teaching and helping.
I am literally so happy I have found him he has given me the reassurance I need and belief to know I can pass all my studies and get top grades.
I would highly recommend him if you are doing a access to nursing course , or help with (biology)
And even more so if doing a nursing degree you won’t find teaching like him any where else !
He is literally the best
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