1.5 Introduction to Operating Theatre Protocols (21st June, 2018) Melbourne
Module 1.5 Introduction to Operating Theatre Protocols forms part of the 1.0 Accessing Healthcare Facilities course.
What topics are covered in this module?
This introductory assessed module familiarises MCRs with relevant 2016 ACORN Standards by providing theoretical and practical training in the perioperative environment.
- Examines the 2016-2017 ACORN Standards for Perioperative Nursing relevant to medical company representatives (MCRs)
- Understands the role of the MCR in the perioperative environment
- Examines patient privacy and confidentiality requirements
- Considers WH&S issues
- Understands the importance of managing accountable items including the Surgical Count and Time Out procedures
- Recognises and applies the principles of infection prevention.
Participants should wear comfortable shoes appropriate for the perioperative environment, as they will be required to change into perioperative attire before entering the operating theatre.
Places are limited. Following full registration, participants will be emailed a program of learning one week prior to the training. Following successful completion of the training, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation and photo ID card valid until 31 October 2018.
Are CPD points available for registered nurses?
This module has been accredited by ACORN and is worth six CPD points if you are a registered nurse. Once the module is completed, to gain CPD recognition please print your MTAA Certificate of Participation that includes the ACORN accreditation logo. This should be provided to the NMBA as part of your portfolio of CPD evidence, if requested for your annual nurse registration accreditation. This module forms part of the MTAA Operating Theatre Protocols Training ACORN approved curriculum.
Who should participate?
MCRs new to the perioperative environment should attend this Level 1 training. Modules 1.1 Healthcare Facility Protocols, 1.2 Professional Conduct, 1.3 Patient Privacy and Confidentiality, 1.4 Infection Prevention, 1.7 WHS Fundamentals and 2.1 Introduction to the Code of Practice are also recommended for MCRs visiting HCFs.
How much does it cost?
The fee of this one-day face-to-face module is $1599 for non-members and $959.40 for members (including GST).
How do I register?
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Speaker: Nicole Nash-Arnold
Nicole Nash-Arnold is a nurse educator sharing her 20 years of experience in clinical perioperative settings, senior and executive health leadership roles to germinate great patient care and advocacy. Clinically, Nicole has over ten years’ perioperative experience before moving into her perioperative nurse educator and management roles. She has post-graduate qualifications in perioperative nursing and currently completing a Masters in Nursing. Nicole is a qualified executive coach and member of the International Coaches Federation, as well as holding membership with the Australasian College of Health Services Managers and the Nursing Professional Association of Queensland.