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Role Specific Training for Mental Health Nursing

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function. Located in the "Specialist Subjects" folder. T...

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function.

Located in the "Specialist Subjects" folder. This module will help staff:

1. Appreciate the detrimental effects of malnutrition

2. Perform nutritional screening using the "Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool"

3. Demonstrate changes in patient's nutritional risk through regular nutritional screening

4. Identify and take appropriate action for nutritionally "at risk" patients

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function. Located in the "CPD" folder.  This module is ...

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function.

Located in the "CPD" folder. 

This module is to help staff from all directorates to report incidents that may occur in the workplace. Datix is a web based system used within NHSGG&C.

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function. Located in the "CPD" folder under HAI Clinical...

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function.

Located in the "CPD" folder under HAI Clinical Induction.

This module covers:

1. Basic rules on Sharps management

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function. Located in the "Specialist Subjects" folder. ...

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function.

Located in the "Specialist Subjects" folder.

This module covers:

1. The provisions in the Act relating to Part 4 Management of Resident's Finances; it is open to any staff but is primarily targeted towards ward based nursing staff.

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function. Located in the "Specialist Subjects" folder T...

Should be completed as and when required by role/department function.

Located in the "Specialist Subjects" folder

The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (AWI)1 places an obligation on all staff to understand legislation and apply it appropriately.

This learning resource provides essential information about the application of Part 5 of the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (AWI) to ensure staff safeguard the rights of people who lack capacity to consent to treatment.