Adult Deterioration Assessment, Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Nursing program

Fremantle 11 Feb 2020

Date and time: Tuesday 11 February 2020, 9am – 4pm
Venue: The University of Notre Dame Australia's School of Nursing and Midwifery, corner of Phillimore and Mouat Streets, Fremantle.
Cost: $220 per participant

Thank you for your registration for the ADAPT course. We look forward to seeing you on the day.

The Adult Deterioration Assessment, Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) course is a one-day professional programme focusing upon the recognition and response to the clinically deteriorating adult in the hospital setting. On completion of the module you will receive 6 CPD points.

The course utilises a mixture of lectures, workshops, and simulated clinical scenarios to apply knowledge and skills using a structured ABCDE approach to the assessment and management of clinical deterioration.

This approach to learning facilitates understanding of the core physiological changes linked to clinical deterioration, the need rapid intervention, teamwork, communication and collaboration across professional groups.

Course aims

  1. Improve outcomes for hospital patients at risk of clinical deterioration.
  2. Develop further understanding of the processes contributing to physiological decline.
  3. Advance the practitioners knowledge, skills and confidence in the recognition and response to clinical deterioration.
  4. Promote teamwork, effective communication and awareness of human factors in recognising and responding to clinical deterioration.

Watch our program video to find out more.

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