1. Effective Leadership Strategies

This course is designed to develop and enhance the leadership skills of Registered Nurses. Doing so, will enable Nurses in managerial positions to handle and guide efficiently their co-staff and subordinates with any possible scenario that they may experience.

Objectives:

• Identify his/her style of leadership.

• Differentiate Leadership from Management.

• Categorize different sources of power.

• Use analogy to depict the process of management.

• Uses Critical Think in giving opinion in gender sensitive issues concerning leadership.

• Define a mission and a vision.

• Explain how to build the shared vision.

• Recognize characteristics of an ethical leader.

• Make ethical decisions based on given scenarios.

• Describe what motivates employees.

• Describe what external motivation and internal motivation are.

• List at least five best ways to motivate staff.

• Define work climate and explain its influence on staff performance.

• Explain how supervisors can influence a work group’s climate.

• Explain tips for leading staff.

• List the factors that help to translate innovative ideas into workable practices.

• Explain how to deal with people’s reactions to changing practices.

• Describe phases in the process of leading the staff through change

 

2. Science and Compassion of Advanced Palliative Care

This discussion is intended for registered nurses who would like to widen their understanding about the psychological, social and cultural aspects of Palliative Care.

Objectives:

  1. Explain Palliative Care in their own words.
  2. Identify the health situations in which palliative care is applicable
  3. Identify Common Symptoms in Geriatric palliative Care, Assessment, common causes & treatment
  4. Determine possible countermeasures for the problems encountered in Palliative care of the Elderly.
  5. Distinguish A Quality Palliative Care in Accordance to Domains
  6. Recognize which domain of care is focused on a given scenario.
  7. Execute a mental status examination

Evaluate an elderly patient’s cognitive function.

 

3. Step up to E- Leadership

 This course is intended for nurses, in and out of hospital, that handles a managerial position or soon to become one, such as chief nurses, departmental heads of the nursing service, senior nurses, charge nurses, etc.

Objectives:

• Be updated with Current Dilemma in Leadership Research & Practice

• Reflect on the Current Situation in Health Care

• Realize the Complexity of the Environment of Leadership

• Reflect on the Kind of Workers we have at Present

• Create an Operational Plan on hot to Integrate e-Leadership in the Workplace

• Create a Virtual Organization Structure in Own Organizational Setting

• Describe the Traits of Virtual Organization

• Compare and Contrast Synchronous VS Asynchronous Activities in a Co-Located VS Distributed Workplace

• Classify Different Categories of Collaboration Tools

• Conceptualize and Exercise Virtual Meeting that Serves as a Gear to Drive Effective Communication Between Nursing Groups

• Categorize Different Guiding Principles

• Reflect on the Bearing of e-Leadership in the Health Care Setting

 

4. The ABCDE’s of Emergency Burn Care

 This seminar is developed to help nurses to enhance and update the current care for patients with burn. The transition of ABC of burn care to ABCDEs of burn care will be emphasized in this seminar.

Objectives:

• The participant will be able to know and be aware of the concepts and facts about burn.

• The participant will be able to categorize the referral of the patients in the given scenario.

• The participant will be able to intervene in the given scenario using the quick assessment in identify the degree of burn

• The participant will be able to identify the appropriate treatment and management for different degrees of burn

• The participant will be able to identify and simulate the process of continuing care.

 

5. End of Life Care for the Elderly

 This discussion is intended for registered nurses who would like to widen their understanding about the psychological, social and cultural aspects of palliative care.

Objectives:

At the end of the learning session, the participants are expected to:

• Explain Palliative Care in their own words.

• Identify the health situations in which palliative care is applicable.

• Determine possible countermeasures for the problems encountered in Palliative care of the Elderly.

• Recognize which domain of care is focused on a given scenario.

• Execute a mental status examination 6. Evaluate an elderly patient’s cognitive function.

 

6. How to be Self Employed RN

An eight-hour course intended for registered nurses who would like to expand and explore their roles beyond the healthcare setting. The main focus of this session is to help the nurses discover their interest and potential in entrepreneurship and possibly inspire them to start up their own business ventures that may offer a range of nursing or healthcare related services.

Objectives:

At the end of the learning session, the participants are expected to:

• Explain the Concept of Nursing Entrepreneurship using their own words.

• Differentiate a Nurse Entrepreneur from a Nurse Intrapreneur.

• Relate examples of existing nursing entrepreneurship ventures to the scope of nursing service.

• Develop their own ideas of possible nursing entrepreneurship ventures.

• Formulate their own business plan.

 

7. Negligence and Malpractice: Protect yourself, Protect your Patient

This course is intended for registered nurses in the clinical setting who would like to improve their knowledge and skills in nursing documentation. The discussion will equip them with appropriate and accurate nursing documentation skills.

Objectives:

At the end of the 8-hour learning session, the participants are expected to:

• Differentiate between negligence and malpractice.

• Identify from given examples the four elements of malpractice

• Recognize the type of nursing malpractice based on actual case studies and identify the corresponding proper nursing practice to be done.

• Use the knowledge they have gained to analyze situations and create their own malpractice prevention tips.

 

8. Understanding, Recognizing and Managing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

The seminar is intended for health professionals, nurses, teachers, and significant others of person with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD). Understanding the AD/HD through knowing the condition as a silent disability for person affected with the behavior is the main focus of the learning session. The AD/HD management is viewed in a medical and behavioral point of view and will be emphasized through updates and evidence based nursing practice.

Objectives:

• Understand the concept of AD/HD

• Determine the different symptoms of AD/HD

• Value the role of the nurses/health professionals in taking care of a person with AD/HD

• Articulate/share experiences in handling actual clients with AD/HD based on the results of the Research study presented by the Resource Speaker

• Perceive the importance of recognizing early symptoms of AD/HD and its management

• Develop a plan of action in determining symptoms of Adult AD/HD among clients

• Educate others regarding AD/HD

 

9. Caring for the Child with Osteogenesis Imperfecta

 This course is intended for nurses who would like to expand their knowledge and enhance their skills in caring for a patient with Osteogenesis Imperfecta. The discussion will focus on basic knowledge and facts about OI, the proper physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual care, and transitioning from pediatric to adult care.

Objectives:

• Understand basic facts about Osteogenesis Imperfecta, its different types and treatment options.

• Identify ways on how to educate family members about physical care of patients with Osteogenesis Imperfecta.

• Recognize coping mechanisms to help both the OI patients and their relatives.

• Identify ways to help transition OI pediatric care to Adult care.

• Be able to identify existing the myths about OI and give the corresponding facts about them.

 

10.  5’s Workplace Housekeeping for Nurses

This 8-hour course is intended for nurses in the clinical setting who aims to make discipline and orderliness a habit in the organization. The knowledge and proper implementation of Five S will help the nurse become more efficient and effective in the workplace.

Objectives:

• Understand what is 5 S.

• Understand 5S objectives, methods and how to ensure sustained implementation

• Give their own differentiation of the Pillars of 5S.

• Appreciate the benefits of 5S implementation in companies

• Understand the 5S office implementation guidelines

• Recognize methods on how to motivate people to practice