Anaphylactic Shock Training (Lite)

Recognition and treatment of Anaphylactic Shock is required to ensure that patients receive a high standard of care from trained and professional practitioners, in line with legal and professional requirements

(NMC code of professional conduct 2008)

How this course can help you:

According to the UK Resuscitation Council (January 2008), the incidence of anaphylaxis is increasing and there is confusion about the diagnosis, treatment, investigation and follow-up of patients who have an anaphylactic reaction.

This interactive e-learning course is designed to enable personnel from healthcare organisations to understand, recognise and treat Anaphylactic Shock. It is intended to be used as refresher training, and is not suitable for new staff who should attend traditional classroom training. It is aimed at staff who are not trained or qualified to provide intra-muscular adrenaline.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Define the term anaphylaxis
  • Identify triggers that could cause an anaphylactic reaction
  • Describe the signs & symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction

Benefits of the course:

  • Available 24 by 7 from an Internet connected PC*
  • Easy and fun to use, even for staff not familiar with the use of computers
  • Easier to train a higher proportion of clinical staff (and hence a direct benefit to patients)
  • Reduces risk to the organisation of having untrained staff exposed to a potential clinical emergency
  • Simplifies record keeping as to who has been trained and when
  • Frees up staff time for clinical duties
  • Includes an assessment and Certificate on completion
  • Can be used in parallel to existing face to face training, and offered as an option to staff
  • A good way to evaluate the benefits of adopting e-learning as one approach to CPD
  • Simple to set up and operate
  • Tailored introduction from a senior officer of the organisation such as the Director of Nursing and a certificate with the organisation logo

Try a short demonstration:

To see a short extract from the course, click here

EasiLearning courses are already used by some 70 organisations throughout the UK. The Anaphylactic Shock courses have been updated in line with 2008 and remains unchanged by 2010 UK Resuscitation Council guidelines

* PC requires Adobe Flash Reader V9 or later and connection to a printer.

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