Achieve high standards in patient-focused care. Health Services Assistance provides complete coverage of core and elective units for assisting in nursing work in acute care. Exercises throughout the text provide students with the means to self-assess and extend their skills and knowledge. Foundation skills are developed early, underpinning understanding of the specialist acute care chapters that follow. Students are encouraged to reflect and contextualise their learning and to practise techniques in small groups. Activities break up the material so information is easier to retain. Self-check, extension activities and discussion questions can be incorporated into an institution's assessment strategy.
Health Services Assistance is structured by competency for HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance, supporting nursing in acute care, and is packed with specific cases and examples, as well as including additional content on palliative care and mental health. Each chapter addresses a competency, with a volume of learning that underpins the assessment requirements. The book is structured so that elements and criteria are communicated by the section headings. Teach following the qualification structure, using the print book, eBook or LMS integration.
- Local, ground-up text specifically designed to address HLT33115 acute care specialisation
- Text structured by competency making it suitable for LMS integration. Elements and criteria visible in structure for confident delivery
- Instructor support package for lesson planning and delivery
- End of chapter self-check questions, discussion questions and extension activities for students to reflect on learnings
- Extensive knowledge evidence and volume of learning to support assessment planning
- Includes chapters on palliative care and working with people with mental health issues
Part 1: Organisational requirements
- Participate in workplace health and safety
- Comply with infection prevention policies and procedures
Part 2: Health support
- Recognise healthy body systems
- Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
- Communicate and work in the health and community sector
- Assist with movement
- Transport individuals
Part 3: Acute care specialisation
- Assist with nursing care in an acute care environment
- Provide non-client contact support in an acute care environment
- Respond effectively to behaviours of concern
Part 4: Client skills
- Work with diverse people
- Work with people with mental health issues
- Deliver care services using a palliative approach
- Organise personal work priorities and development
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