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INMO Professional Development Centre - Maintaining your competency – Maintaining your registration

Welcome to the October issue of the INMO Professional Development Centre eight-page pull out of professional development opportunities. The INMO Professional Development Centre is a dedicated education and professional development hub for nurses and midwives, offering access to professional networks, educational programmes, conferences, library services and focused research for nurses and midwives.

Recently, 22 new education programmes have been developed in response to nurses and midwives requirements. There are now 99 Category 1 education programmes/conferences approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) all with dedicated Continuing Education Units (CEUs) awarded to each event. Included in this issue are a range of education programmes being delivered in the INMO Limerick Office, covering topics such as; delegation and clinical supervision, end of life thematic inspections, food and nutrition thematic inspections and practical skills in the management of people with diabetes. While in the INMO Cork Office the up and coming education programmes include; medication management in diabetes, wound care management, interview skills, assessment and care planning in residential care settings for older people and non-violent crisis intervention.

In addition to the education programmes delivered in our facilities (Cork, Dublin and Limerick), we also provide an on-site service across the country in any service. On-site courses allow for more cost-effective education of nurses and midwives without the disruption of travel. Both our standard suite of education programmes and tailor-made programmes can be delivered on-site for a standard fee with a minimum number of participants. All requirements for on-site programmes will be discussed in advance to ensure that the choice of programme is customised to meet specific needs. Tailor-made programmes do require additional time in order to customise and apply for approval by NMBI.

Of particular note this month is the All Ireland Midwifery Conference which is organised by the Midwives Section of the INMO. This year the midwives conference is on October 16, 2014, in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry, Dublin. This is the 20th anniversary of the partnership between the INMO and the Royal College of Midwives Northern Ireland. Congratulations to the Midwives Section for their professionalism, relentless dedication and commitment to delivering this national event over two decades.

For further information on all our continuing professional development services and events please visit the new INMO Professional website: www.inmoprofessional.ie. Continuing professional development refers to any activity that contributes to professional development as a nurse or midwife. The Nurses and Midwives Act, 2011, Part 11 of this legislation places responsibilities on registrants, the Board and employers in relation to the maintenance of professional competence. Continuing professional development will form part of the professional competence schemes that NMBI are required to develop. The INMO Professional website provides a one-stop shop to customised, quality education programmes and research services that are tailored to meet your educational requirements. In addition to our flexible, affordable nursing and midwifery continuing education programmes you can access a full range of library services through the site. The www.inmoprofessional.ie website provides a facility to maintain your professional profile, supporting you to demonstrate evidence of your on-going learning with CEUs accumulated automatically and certificates uploaded on completion. You can browse the programme content anytime, including outlines, aims, objectives and reading lists.

Education Programmes

Venue: INMO Professional Development Centre, The Whitworth Building, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7
Tel: 01 664 0641/2.
Email: pdc@inmoprofessional.ie

Registration for most courses will take place at 9.45am unless otherwise stated.

All programmes have Category 1 approval from the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) with Continuing Education Units (CEUs) .

Courses are colour coded for ease of reference.

2 (CEUs) 4 (CEUs) 5 (CEUs) 5.5 (CEUs) 6 (CEUs) 7 (CEUs) 10 (CEUs) 13 (CEUs)

CEUs = Continuing Education Units

Assessment and Management of the Patient with Sepsis
This study day is designed to provide an innovative academic opportunity to enable registered nurses/midwives to increase their knowledge, experience and clinical skills to meet the complex and varied needs of patients with sepsis. Sepsis can occur at any age and in any clinical situation. It is considered a medical emergency and continues to have a high mortality rate despite advances in treatment. This course assists nurses/midwives with the skills and knowledge to take the lead in the assessment and management of sepsis. Early identification of sepsis and the implementation of appropriate interventions in a timely manner can improve patient outcomes.

Date: €80 members; €140 non-members
Fee: Oct 8, 2014
(CEUs): 5

Art and Science of Antenatal Education
This two-day workshop will prepare midwives to design an effective antenatal education programme for expectant mothers and fathers. The philosophy of this course is based on the principles of adult learning and on the belief that antenatal education is a health promotion activity. This course will prepare midwives to encourage expectant parents to see themselves as competent and able to make informed choices for themselves and for their baby.

Date: Oct 8-9, 2014
Fee: €150 members; €280 non-members
(CEUs): 10

Academic Writing and Research Appraisal Simplified
This one-day course is aimed at nurses and midwives who are undertaking third-level academic programmes. This course will assist participants in completing their written assignments. The objective of the workshop is to help prepare the student for academic study which requires efficient literature searching, research critique and accurate referencing skills.

Date: Oct 10, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5.5

Introduction to Clinical Audit
This one-day course is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills to implement Clinical Audit in their practice and to be able to deliver evidence of improved performance for safer and better care for patients. Participants will be provided with an overview of Clinical Audit and be taught about each stage in the Clinical Audit Cycle - topic selection, standards development, data collection, data analysis, reporting, implementing changes and re-audit.

Date: Oct 13, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Best Practice in Medication Management
This programme has been developed to support nurses in providing safe evidenced-based practice in the area of medication management. It supports nurses/midwives by ensuring that they are up to date and meet the requirements of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) and HIQA in the area of medication management.

Date: Oct 14, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management
This course provides an informal learning environment for nurses/midwives to broaden their knowledge and understanding of pressure ulcer wound assessment and management. It allows participants to ensure professional competency in pressure ulcers, it also provides participants with continuing professional development to ensure that their best practice is founded in the latest research and guidance as per the Health Service Executive’s National Best Practice and Evidence-Based Guidelines for Wound Management.

Date: Oct 14, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Practical Skills in the Management of People with Diabetes
This course aims to provide nurses/midwives with understanding, knowledge and confidence when delivering care to individuals with diabetes. This course offers a practical approach to diabetes, whether based in the hospital or community setting. Many theoretical aspects of diabetes are covered such as: the different types of diabetes, national and international guidelines, how to offer lifestyle advice to patients, treatment options, and understanding blood results, as well as dealing with complications in diabetes.

Date: Oct 15, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

End of Life Thematic Inspections
The aim of this workshop is to outline the legal and professional requirements for end of life care in designated centres and to identify how to apply this to practice, so as to provide effective, evidence-based care to residents. HIQA standards, regulations and guidance will be used to prepare participants for thematic inspections. Time: 9.30am-4.00pm.

Date: Oct 16, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Food and Nutrition Thematic Inspections
This course is aimed at nurses working in residential care settings for older people. It aims to enable participants to implement national standards, regulations and professional guidance for meeting residents’ food and nutrition needs. During the course participants will learn how to apply these standards and regulations to assessment, care planning and monitoring of resident’s nutritional needs.

Date: Oct 17, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Healthcare Provider CPR and AED
This Healthcare Provider Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillation (AED) course provides the information, rationale and practical skills training for the 2010 CPR and ECC guidelines. Nurses and midwives are required to adhere to the two-year certification period for both basic and advanced life support, as recommended by International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation as the best practice standard. Limited to six participants per instructor. A fee of €50 will be charged if you wish to cancel your booking 10 days before the course begins. Time: 9.15am-4.00pm

Date: Oct 17, 2014
Fee: €125 members; €195 non-members (including cost of book)
(CEUs): 6

Strategies for Managing Conflict
Conflict in the workplace can be incredibly destructive to good teamwork. Managed in the wrong way, real and legitimate differences between people can quickly spiral out of control. Conflict is not necessarily destructive; managing conflict effectively may result in positive outcomes such as new ideas and initiatives and the development of positive communication, active listening and problem solving skills. Developing and maintaining positive relationships and the ability to deal with difficult people and situations is essential within today’s diverse workforce. Therefore it is important that senior healthcare professionals have the knowledge, skills and confidence to be able to intervene at an early stage to resolve conflict situations before they escalate. Time: 10.00am-4.30pm.

Date: Oct 20, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Chronic Pain Management
This session is especially for nurses/midwives working in nursing homes/community units. Registration 6.15pm with light refreshments (6.45pm-9.45pm) in the Clarion Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin. For more information please see pg 42.

Date: Oct 23, 2014
Fee: Free members; €65 non-members
(CEUs): 2

How to Own and Manage your Career
Your career is far too important to leave to chance. Life and career are intrinsically linked. Give yourself this invaluable space and time to think consciously and purposefully so that you remain in control of your career and release your full potential both personally and as a healthcare professional. This course provides strategies and tools for taking control of your career path. The course aims to give a personalised system for continuous learning and growth at work and in the other domains of life. It also promotes a better understanding as to how to apply talents and abilities to achieve personal satisfaction and fulfilment and to reach full potential as a healthcare professional as well as to help the healthcare organisation reach its goals. Time: 9.15am-5.00pm.

Date: Oct 30, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Management of Patients with Tracheostomy
This one-day interactive workshop will introduce nurses from the hospital and community setting to the importance of adapting an holistic and inter-disciplinary approach to the management of the patient with a tracheostomy. Participants will be given the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to assess, manage and evaluate the nursing care of a patient with a tracheostomy.

Date: €80 members; €140 non-members
Fee: Nov 5, 2014
(CEUs): 5

Presentation Skills
Presenting yourself and your ideas with confidence, impact and great conviction is of primary benefit for all nurses and midwives. This course provides you with strategies on how to make an effective presentation; how to speak in order to hold interest while remaining professional in your tone as well as how to effectively compile and deliver presentations. Time: 9.15am-4.30pm.

Date: Nov 5, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Recognising Pregnancy Complications
This one-day workshop will prepare midwives to listen to women’s concerns with a special focus on recognising the warning signs of possible pregnancy complications. Participants will be given an overview of pregnancy-related complications which can range anywhere from mild, to moderate, to life-threatening - and the midwife’s role in recognising early signs which can easily be missed in busy antenatal clinics and wards.

Date: Nov 11, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Nursing the Cardiac Patient
This study day provides a forum to update nurses on national and international trends in the holistic management of patients with cardiac disease. A particular focus on the day is to ensure that presentations are based on current evidence-based practices within the field of cardiology. The day is designed to examine new developments in cardiac nursing, particularly in the area of medications and chronic heart failure. This reflects the diversity of, and challenge in, providing quality care which is individualised to cardiac patients. 9.15am-4.15pm.

Date: Nov 12, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

ECG Interpretation
This one-day workshop is aimed at enhancing the general nurse’s knowledge of cardiac electrophysiology. It will provide participants with knowledge of cardiac rhythms, rhythm analysis and ECG interpretation. It is advisable to complete the ‘Nursing the Cardiac Patient’ course prior to registering for this course. 9.15am-4.15pm.

Date: Nov 13, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Epilepsy
This one day interactive course is designed to deliver up-to-date information while outlining care practices to all nursing staff with an interest in the management of a client/patient with Epilepsy. This programme content includes process of diagnosis, assessment and treatment relating to a client whom is diagnosed with epilepsy. In addition this course outlines and reviews a range of topics covering epilepsy syndromes, seizures in adults, antiepileptic drugs, comorbidities, treatment options, epilepsy immediate management, the role of the nurse and the health care team in assessment, planning, implementing and evaluating care with the client in health care settings.

Date: Nov 13, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Principles and Practices of Infection Control
This study day has been developed in response to the many challenges nurses/midwives face regarding infection control. It is suitable for nurses/midwives working in acute care and community care settings.

Date: Nov 19, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Preparing for HIQA Inspections within the Acute Services
The National Standards for Safer Better HealthCare (HIQA, 2012) drive continuous improvement in Ireland’s health and personal social care services within the acute setting. This one day programme aims to assist staff to identify strengths and challenges within their services and create a clear framework for quality improvement. From this perspective the monitoring of safety and quality within these services can enhance a person-centred care approach to all service users and individuals within the hospital setting. Time: 9.30am-4.15pm.

Date: Nov 19, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Competency-based Interview Training
This one-day course helps participants prepare for a competency-based interview. Competency-based interviews, which are based on the premise that past experience can predict future behaviour, are an increasingly common style of interviewing that enables candidates to show how they would demonstrate certain behaviours/skills in the workplace, by answering questions about how they have reacted to, and dealt with, previous workplace situations. This course is suitable for all levels of nurses/midwives.

Date: Nov 20, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Healthcare Provider CPR and AED
This Healthcare Provider Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillation (AED) course provides the information, rationale and practical skills training for the 2010 CPR and ECC guidelines. Nurses and midwives are required to adhere to the two-year certification period for both basic and advanced life support, as recommended by International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation as the best practice standard. Limited to six participants per instructor. A fee of €50 will be charged if you wish to cancel your booking 10 days before the course begins. Time: 9.15am-4.00pm

Date: Nov 21, 2014
Fee: €125 members; €195 non-members (including cost of book)
(CEUs): 6

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention
This one-day programme is designed to assist staff to provide the best care, safety and security for staff working in healthcare environments. The programme identifies behaviours that contribute to the development of a crisis and outlines appropriate staff intervention for each response. It also identifies verbal and non-verbal techniques to de-escalate behaviour. In addition, the course outlines break-away techniques that can be adopted in a physical crisis situation while maintaining the care, welfare, safety and security of clients and staff. It also helps participants to identify the triggers and patterns of behaviour and, therefore, develop a person-centred care plan and a consistent approach in order to prevent the behaviour from reoccurring. Time: 9.15am-5.00pm.

Date: Nov 24, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 7

Management in Practice
Stimulate your thinking and be guided through a review and assessment of how you put your managerial skills into practice. People and processes focused on understanding the changing role of management, as well as coaching, motivating and developing yourself and others. This is an intense, comprehensive and participative workshop developed to ensure improved effectiveness in managing. Time 9.15am-4.00pm

Date: Nov 27/28, 2014
Fee: €150 members; €280 non-members
(CEUs): 13

End of Year Workshop – Reflect and Reignite
This workshop offers nurses and midwives the time and space to step back from their busy lives and reflect on the passing year. It also helps participants to gain clarity on goals and expectations for 2015 as well as allowing an opportunity to learn tools to help make the future more relaxed and enjoyable. Time: 9.15-4.30pm

Date: Dec 9, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Medication Management in Diabetes
This course provides nurses/midwives with knowledge on how to use best clinical practice and reduce the amount of medication errors in relation to insulin use. Insulin is a high alert medicine and errors in its use can result in serious patient safety incidents. Nurses/midwives need to have knowledge about the actions and effects of medications as well as pharmacologic principles in order to safely and accurately administer medication. This course promotes excellence amongst nurses/midwives who provide care to the patient with diabetes, informed by current best evidence and practice-based learning.

Date: Oct 16, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Wound Care Management
This programme will allow participants to ensure professional competency in the area of wounds as per NMBI’s Code of Professional Conduct and Scope of Practice for Nursing and Midwifery, which state that nurses/midwives must work within their competence. Furthermore, it will provide participants with continuing professional development to ensure that their practice is founded in the latest research and guidance as per the Health Service Executive National Best Practice and Evidence-based Guidelines for Wound Management.

Date: Oct 20, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Interview Skills
This one-day course increases participants’ self-awareness and self-knowledge so that they can best present themselves at an interview. It also highlights the level of preparation required for a selection interview and teaches participants how to develop competency-based answers..

Date: Nov 6, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Assessment and Care Planning in Residential Care Settings for Older People
This workshop is aimed at providing nurses working in this sector with the most up-to-date information regarding policy and standards in older person care and will focus on the need for comprehensive assessment, including risk assessment and care planning for older people in residential care settings.

Date: Nov 17, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention
This one-day programme is designed to assist staff to provide the best care, safety and security for staff working in healthcare environments. The programme identifies behaviours that contribute to the development of a crisis and outlines appropriate staff intervention for each response. It also identifies verbal and non-verbal techniques to de-escalate behaviour. In addition, the course outlines break-away techniques that can be adopted in a physical crisis situation while maintaining the care, welfare, safety and security of clients and staff. It also helps participants to identify the triggers and patterns of behaviour and, therefore, develop a person-centred care plan and a consistent approach in order to prevent the behaviour from reoccurring. Time: 9.15am-5.00pm.

Date: Dec 8, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 7

Delegation and Clinical Supervision
This workshop explores the issues surrounding delegation and decision making, including appropriate clinical supervision for delegated functions. Participants will learn what is meant by delegation and how it differs from assignment of a task. The course also provides an understanding of the professional, legal and quality of care issues involved when deciding to delegate a function to a healthcare assistant.

Date: Oct 14, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

End of Life Thematic Inspections
The aim of this workshop is to outline the legal and professional requirements for end of life care in designated centres and to identify how to apply this to practice, so as to provide effective, evidence-based care to residents. HIQA standards, regulations and guidance will be used to prepare participants for thematic inspections. Time: 9.30am-4.00pm.

Date: Nov 12, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 6

Food and Nutrition Thematic Inspections
This course is aimed at nurses working in residential care settings for older people. It aims to enable participants to implement national standards, regulations and professional guidance for meeting residents’ food and nutrition needs. During the course participants will learn how to apply these standards and regulations to assessment, care planning and monitoring of resident’s nutritional needs.

Date: Nov 13, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

Practical Skills in the Management of People with Diabetes
This course aims to provide nurses/midwives with understanding, knowledge and confidence when delivering care to individuals with diabetes. This course offers a practical approach to diabetes, whether based in the hospital or community setting.

Date: Dec 3, 2014
Fee: €80 members; €140 non-members
(CEUs): 5

INMO SAFE PRACTICE WORKSHOPS

The Professional Development Centre is providing a nationwide series of workshops in venues across the country. This programme provides safe practice tools to protect the nurse and midwife and patient within current healthcare settings.

This is an awareness session to ensure all staff have an understanding of the process involved regarding patient alerts, clinical incidents and thorough assessment, while remaining focused on patient and individual staff.

The programme addresses patient safety and staff safety and provides five key tools on areas of documentation, clinical incident reporting, safety statements, best practice guidelines regarding assessment, and communication practices in a complex multifaceted healthcare arena.

‘Tools for Safe Practice’ is Category 1 approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland and awarded with 4 CEUs.

Oct 2 – Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar; Oct 3 – Letterkenny General Hospital; Oct 7– Wexford General Hospital; Oct 10 – Glass House Hotel, Sligo; Oct 14 – Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin; Oct 16 – Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin; Oct 17 – INMO Cork office (acute services); Oct 17 – INMO Cork office (maternity services); Oct 23 – Maritime Hotel, Bantry; Oct 24 – INMO Cork office (community and PHN services); Oct 24 – INMO Cork office (Care of the Older Person); Oct 30– Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown; Nov 27 – St John’s Hospital, Limerick. More dates and venues are available on our website www.inmoprofessional.ie

If you would like to arrange this workshop in your area and can guarantee a minimum of 25 participants, please contact your IRO. More venues are available on our website www.inmoprofessional.ie To book a place please email Helen O’Connell at helen@inmo.ie or Tel: 01 664 0616 Fee: INMO members FREE; €150 non-members

INMO Professional Development Centre – Library Services - Getting the most from a literature review

There are a few simple steps to follow in order to best structure a literature review, writes assistant librarian Niamh Adams

As part of your undergraduate college course, you will be required to undertake a literature review. This can be a daunting task for many students as they try to find a suitable topic. In this article we take a closer look at how to manage such an assignment.

What is a literature review?
A literature review is the comprehensive study and interpretation of literature that relates to a particular topic. When you undertake a literature review, you identify a research question and then seek to answer this by searching for and analysing relevant literature.1

What is the purpose of a literature review?

  • To identify the most up to date knowledge on the topic
  • To gain a scholarly depth of knowledge on the topic
  • To gain further understanding of a subject, eg. To develop nursing policy or procedure
  • For personal interest.

What are the steps in undertaking a literature review?

  • Choose a topic
  • Formulate a research question on the topic
  • Gather, read and critique the literature found
  • Write the review
  • References.

Deciding on a topic
One of the most challenging parts of a literature review is deciding on a topic. It is advisable to start with a broad subject area and search through the available literature. It is then easier to narrow down your topic to a particular area.

Formulate a research question
Once you have your subject area, you must then refine it down to a specific question that will be investigated. Look out for particular angles or areas of interest . In order to do this, you may have to do further research in the subject area and even do some reading around the area or speak to specialists, to help identify a question. Think about limiting to specific age groups or geographical areas, interventions, or nursing knowledge/attitudes on the topic. It is important to have sufficient literature to actually undertake the assignment but topics that are too broad will result in a review that is too long and too superficial and potentially will result in you finding it difficult to adhere to the word limit.

Gather, read and critique literature
It is crucial not to spend too much time on searching and reading. As you are reading, start documenting your thoughts. You need to read, interpret and structure the data that you have gathered.

Literature searching
Searching the literature is a time consuming task. Do not expect to locate all information in one search setting.

If you are having difficulties searching or would like some assistance with your search, contact the library service here at the INMO. This topic will be covered in more detail in the next issue.

Write the review
The review must consist of:

Introduction
Here the topic should be specified, overall trends and conflicts in the literature should be outlined and gaps in previous research identified. It is also very important at this point to justify your reasons for writing the review.

Body
This will be the bulk of the review and here you will discuss each piece of literature in turn. Research studies should be presented in a logical order, eg. chronological, thematically, etc. Previous studies should be summarised and critically evaluated.

Conclusion
A discussion of which studies have made the greatest contribution to the subject. Evaluate the current general state of research in this area and finally discuss the research opportunities in this area.

References
As mentioned in the last article the Harvard Referencing System is the most common used in Ireland. You should refer to your college handbook however. When beginning your literature search, keep a detailed list of the articles you are using.

Always ensure if photocopying articles or chapters from books, that you have all the reference details so get the volume and issue number as well as the page numbers for the article. Also be mindful that incorrect or inaccurate referencing can lead to a loss of marks.

INMO Professional Development Centre Library Service
If you need further information or assistance from the Professional Development Centre Library, please call 01 664 0614 or Email: library@inmo.ie. Opening hours: Monday to Thursday: 8.30am-5.00pm, Friday: 8.30am-4.30pm.

Niamh Adams, assistant librarian, Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation

Reference

  1. Aveyard, H. Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care. Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2007.
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