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RADAR: Recognition of Acute Deterioration and Response (Adult)
Duration

Up to 1 Day

Validity

1 Year

Description:

This multi-disciplinary, interactive course allowing staff to understand and develop skills in recognition of deteriorating adults and the process by which to escalate for further assistance or transfer.

During the course, you will develop the knowledge and skills required to:

  • Recognise, and assess a deteriorating patient using A,B,C,D,E structured approach
  • Understand the Multidisciplinary Team approach to Patient Care
  • Be able to implement and escalate using the NEWS II scoring system in accordance with local policy
  • Understand when transfer to critical care is required
  • Understand national goals of reducing the number of preventable deaths
  • Manage and maintain a patient’s airway and breathing using a variety of adjuncts
  • Practice effective communication within the multidisciplinary team using SBAR

Group Bookings Available

We’d love to talk to you and find out about your requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are an accredited by the Resuscitation Council UK as a course centre for Immediate Life Support, Paediatric Immediate Life Support, Advanced Life Support, European Paediatric Life Support and Generic Instructor Courses. Our first aid courses are provided in association with QualSafe. All of our other courses are internally quality controlled to ensure the highest educational standards. As an organisation we have Skills For Health Quality Mark accreditation.

We have a dedicated training facility located in Archway, North London. However the vast majority of training we deliver is provided at client sites across the UK. We are able to undertake training at your venue as long as it is suitable for the booked course. We are also able to assist with securing a venue should this be required.

Where pre-course materials are required (ILS/PILS/ALS/EPALS/GIC) these will be dispatched in accordance with RCUK regulations. For ILS & PILS this is at least 2 weeks before the course date and for ALS/EPALS/GIC this will be at least 4 weeks before the course date.

We aim to have all certificates issued within 5 working days of course completion. In most cases we are able to issue these within 24 hours.

We are able to offer both group bookings and individual course spaces for courses being run at our course centre in London.

There is a Premier Inn only 5 minute walk away from the course centre. There are a number of other hotels nearby and it the course centre is only 15 minutes from Central London by underground

All of our team are qualified clinicians and subject matter experts in their own right. All of our team have real life clinical experience of the subject matter which they are teaching. We have a robust professional development programme in place and all of our team are or are working towards instructorships recognised by the Resuscitation Council (UK)

We take a consultative and creative approach to every client

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