Our "Promoting Best Practice in Asthma and Anaphylaxis Management Training" course is meticulously designed to equip healthcare professionals, educators, and individuals responsible for patient care with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills for the effective management of asthma and anaphylaxis.
This course prioritizes the promotion of evidence-based practices, appropriate emergency response protocols, preventive strategies, and patient education to ensure optimal outcomes for individuals with asthma and those at risk of anaphylaxis.
Asthma is a common condition so knowing how to provide help and support during an asthma attack is a crucial part of healthcare. Anaphylactic shocks are less common but are more severe; being able to respond quickly and effectively is key.
1 day (9 Hours)
During our course, participants will:
Understand Asthma and Anaphylaxis Basics: Grasp the fundamental concepts of asthma and anaphylaxis, including pathophysiology, triggers, risk factors, and the significance of early intervention.
Recognise Signs and Symptoms: Identify the clinical manifestations and symptom progression of asthma and anaphylaxis, facilitating swift and accurate assessment.
Implement Evidence-Based Best Practices: Apply the latest guidelines and evidence-based practices for asthma and anaphylaxis management, encompassing prevention strategies, pharmacological interventions, and emergency procedures.
Explore Action Plans: Review the role of asthma and anaphylaxis action plans to empower patients in self-management and prevent exacerbations.
Administer Medications: Attain proficiency in administering inhalers, adrenaline auto-injectors ensuring proper technique and patient education.
Respond to Emergencies: Acquire the skills to respond effectively to acute asthma and anaphylaxis emergencies, including the correct use of equipment such as peak flow meters and spacers.
Promote Education and Communication: Cultivate effective communication strategies for educating patients, caregivers, and the public about asthma and anaphylaxis management, triggers, and emergency responses.
Participant proficiency will be assessed through:
Once the assessment has been passed, the participant will be awarded a certification of achievement in "Promoting Best Practice in Asthma and