Lecture Overview

Brief

A lecturer once told Renee Di Giuseppe not to automatically assume someone is drunk if they are stumbling down the street; for they could quite possibly be having a hypoglycaemic attack... Since then, the four factors that can cause an altered state of consciousness have stayed with her: sugars, sedation, seizures, and stroke. Join Renee for this easy-to-understand refresher on how to conduct a comprehensive neurological assessment - a cornerstone of clinical nursing practice.

Educators

Renee Di Giuseppe

Renee Di Giuseppe is a Registered Nurse: critical care. She works in the intensive care unit at a large private hospital in Melbourne and holds a master of health science (critical care). Renee has a great passion for nursing, with experience as a clinical teacher for undergraduate nursing students. She is heavily involved in clinical teaching in the intensive care unit.

Reviews

3.7

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6 Total Rating(s)

Lecturer needs to be more confident and less hesitant in what she says.

Francis tameka
07 Dec 2018

seems a bit short.. surely her session was quite a bit longer?

Emma Kerr
24 Jul 2018

This was an excellent lecture

Wendy Tattam
12 Jun 2018

Interest8ng

Wilma Barnes
28 May 2018

Informative lecture

Wadzana Nollie HWATA
01 Apr 2018

Not all that valuable. Presenter language was very basic and not at nursing education level

Naomi Green
03 Mar 2018