Patient Management Training Course

 

Welcome To

PATIENT MANAGEMENT TRAINING MODULE

This is a demo version of patient management course. It takes you to real life medical cases. You have to diagnose and treat the patients using your skills and knowledge. The entire process will be followed by scenarios and branching techniques.

The duration of the module is 30-45 mins.

You are appointed as a Health care provider with our institution. 

 

OVERVIEW OF THE COURSE

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

General Aim of the Module

The overall aim of this seminar is to engage health-care professionals regarding the importance of patient safety in improving care delivery, so that they can apply the principles, concepts, practices and tools in workplace settings.

1. Provide comprehensive courses on patient safety learning. 

2. Enhance patient safety as an important theme throughout all health-care professionals.

3. Advise health-care providers and prepare them for safe practices with patients.

4. Advise health-care providers and prepare them for safe practices in the workplace.

5. Create an opportunity for inter-disciplinary learning about patient safety.

The rules of fighting fires (copy)

Three A's of fire fighting

To watch the video, click the Play button.

Choose the most appropriate answer

In case of fire you have to follow 3 simple steps: the fire alarm or call 112, those who are in danger and only then to extinguish the fire.

Match three A's with the appropriate definitions

  • Activate
    Turn on a fire alarm
  • Assist
    Help people who are in danger
  • Attempt
    Try to extinguish the fire

The four elements that must be present for fire to exist include:

There are four elements that must be present for a fire to exist:

  • oxygen
  • heat
  • fuel
  • a chemical reaction

The concept of fire prevention is based upon keeping these four elements separate.

  • heat, oxygen, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
  • water, a heat source, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
  • oxygen, water, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
  • fuel, oxygen, earth and a chemical reaction between the three

Types of fire extinguishers (copy)

Extinguishing different types of fire

 

Match fire extinguishers with types of fires

  • Water and Foam
    Class A fires
  • Carbon dioxide
    Class B & C fires
  • Dry Powder
    Class D fires
  • Wet Chemical
    Class K fires

Decide if the following statements are true or false

  • Class C fires are fires involving energized electrical equipment.
  • There are four classes of fire, Class A, B, C and K.
  • Class B fires are those fires that occur involving paper and wood.
  • Class K fires are fires in cooking oils and greases.
  • Water will not extinguish most flammable liquid fires.

Which of these objects belongs to Class A fires?

Fire extinguisher in use (copy)

Take part in a fire extinguisher training with Jack

 

Use PASS with your fire extinguisher

  • PULL
  • SQUEEZE
  • AIM
  • SWEEP

Congratulations!

You've completed a course on fire safety. Hopefully, now you have a better understanding of fire dangers and fire prevention procedures.