Stabilisation of Unwell Patients (S.O.U.P) 2021
Who can attend?
This course is suited to ward-based clinicians and entry-to-practice students from the following disciplines:
Nursing: Division 1 and 2
Please note this course is designed for non crictical care nurses
Course at a Glance
The S.O.U.P. course provides participants with the opportunity to practice the technical and teamwork skills known to enhance patient safety and to assist clinicians with improved confidence and competence when managing acutely unwell patients. This course provides entry to practice students with an opportunity to practice important skills to prepare them for safe graduate nursing practice.
Use of a structured approach to assess and manage unwell patients.
Latest evidence about clinical deterioration in ward-based environments.
Effective communication strategies that aid teamwork coordination and clinical decision-making.
The course includes interactive lectures, team work and problem-solving activities, clinical skills workshops, simulation scenarios and facilitated discussions.
S.O.U.P will commence at 8.00am sharp and concludes at 4.30pm. To allow the course to run to time, registrants are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to the course start time.
Please bring your stethoscope with you on the day.
Monash Simulation values a culture where learning feels safe and supported. We aim to provide a colleageal environment to practice, reflect and apply lessons learnt for improved future performance.
National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards, Sept 2012Standard 8: Recognising and Responding to Acute Deterioration .
823-865 Centre Road, Bentleigh East Victoria 3165