Learn how to manage Male Urethritis Syndrome effectively. The teaching is based on South African STI Guidelines, 2016
The Academy for Quality Healthcare in collaboration with the Foundation for Professional Development and Mpumalanga Department of Health will be conducting a 2 Day Advanced Clinical Care for HIV Training to build the capacity of the health system to improve the care for clinically unstable patients living with HIV/ AIDS and TB.
The course outlines processes and systems necessary for reporting adverse drug reactions (ADRs) experienced by patients and sometimes healthcare workers. The course offers a systematic framework for detection, reporting, identifying and management of ADRs whilst providing quality care to users of the health services.
Developing successful Emotional Intelligence begins by understanding your emotions and their meanings. With this understanding, you must uncover productive ways to manage your emotions, then use them to the benefit yourself and others. #BoostYourEQ
Critical Thinking provides you with the skills to analyze and evaluate information so that you are able to obtain the greatest amount of knowledge from it. It provides the best chance of making the correct decision, and minimises damages if a mistake does occur.
Quality and Patient Safety
This course will help you to understand some of this complexity, showcase some simple methods that can help you improve the quality of health care services and point towards resources that can be used to further your knowledge and understanding.
The main thrust of the course examines values that underline clinical governance and processes that comprise this clinical initiative. You will be directed to consider how the quality and safety of care are linked to the precepts of clinical governance. The practical implications of risk and error awareness are fully considered.
The course has been designed to engage and guide frontline staff and healthcare management to understand, implement and assure the public of patient safety by complying to the healthcare Norms and Standards
Pressure ulcers are amongst the top 5 contributors to preventable harm in hospitalised patients. These skin lesions bring pain, associated risk for serious infection, and increased health care utilization, Thus, pressure ulcer prevention presents an important challenge in hospitals. A number of best practices have been shown to be effective in reducing the occurrence of pressure ulcers, but these practices are not used systematically in all hospitals.