Lecture Overview

Brief

CPAP, BiPAP, IPAP, EPAP, AutoPEEP...?? Sometimes we all need a refresher on what the acronyms we use in healthcare actually mean, and more importantly, what this means for our patients. NIV is an area of practice that can seem daunting, but you are likely to need these skills at some point during your career. Includes some fantastic tips and tricks for using these devices and how to calm your patients.

Educators

John Serginson

John Serginson has been a Nurse Practitioner: respiratory care at the Caboolture Hospital since 2010. He completed his Nurse Practitioner master's degree at the University of Queensland (UQ) with clinical training at The Prince Charles Hospital. He is an adjunct lecturer in the UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery. With 29 years’ experience as a nurse (16 in respiratory care), his research interests include domiciliary oxygen, inhaled therapy, and COPD models of care.

Reviews

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17 Total Rating(s)

lecture was very informative and easy to understand

Robyn lee berry
22 Nov 2018

Interesting and iformative.

LindiStaehle LindiStaehle
18 Nov 2018

Great job love the content

Sheldon George
16 Nov 2018

Excellent

Edgardo boncales
20 Oct 2018

I really liked the inclusion of the mixed study about patient and nurse collaboration.

Penny Lalor
19 Oct 2018

Very good anat and phys lecture , especially the social aspects of patient care while they are require NIV

narelle windle
11 Oct 2018

Thoroughly enjoyed the content.

Theresa Diane Johnson
10 Oct 2018

very well presented

dinia hipolito
10 Oct 2018

very good presentation, very informative

Erin Louise Davis
26 Sep 2018

Excellent presentation in respiratory failure

Trudi Copland-Reid
20 Sep 2018

Very informative educator.

Janet Shanahan
09 Sep 2018

An excellent communicator.

Wendy Boehringer
05 Sep 2018

Great

Peter Thompson
02 Sep 2018

A laid-back but very informative course. Very relevant also.

Annabel Holmes
30 Aug 2018

A very interesting and pertinent subject. I also found the information on pulmonary oedema a really good refresher.

Daryl Stuart
29 Aug 2018

A great summary of NIV . Informative but not too technical. Good practical tips for nursing care.

Caitilin McTaggart
21 Aug 2018

Very good tutorial, well presented covering every aspect of caring for patient on N I V and the physiology around respiratory disease.

Sue Carn
19 Aug 2018

wonderful lecture. gives good practical ideas . benefit a lot from this .

Lei Zhang
19 Aug 2018

Excellent but only for those with reasonable knowledge and experience. Obviously an advanced practitioner with a great logical presentation. Technical but linked to the patient throughout which presents a strong professional nursing presentation

O'Donoghue Libby
17 Aug 2018