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Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) and Respiratory Failure Level 7 module

£1,090.00

Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of effective support and management of people with respiratory failure. This accredited Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) and Respiratory Failure Level 7 module is designed to enable learners to evaluate outcomes, share best practice and improve health outcomes. The complex nature of respiratory failure and management will be explored using selected clinical scenarios which include end of life and symptom control. In addition, non-invasive ventilation outside of the critical care is examined including ventilator design and functionality, patient and clinician safety and staff education and training.

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Study TypeSupported online learning
Duration6 months
LevelLevel 7 (postgraduate)
Start DateVarious

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Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of effective support and management of people with respiratory failure. This accredited Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) and Respiratory Failure Level 7 module is designed to enable learners to evaluate outcomes, share best practice and improve health outcomes. The complex nature of respiratory failure and management will be explored using selected clinical scenarios which include end of life and symptom control. In addition, non-invasive ventilation outside of the critical care is examined including ventilator design and functionality, patient and clinician safety and staff education and training.

This Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) and Respiratory Failure Level 7 module builds on participants existing knowledge and experience of non-invasive ventilation. During the module you will learn to recognise the various different pathways to respiratory failure and explain the methods of non-invasive support and when to use them.

Following completion of the module learners will be able to:

  • Analyse and explore the pathophysiological processes leading to respiratory failure.
  • Evaluate methods of non-invasive respiratory support and management and how best to apply these to ensure the most appropriate care of these patients. care.
  • Objectively review the evidence in order to demonstrate advanced decision-making in assessment, support and provision of non-invasive ventilation to manage respiratory failure.
  • Demonstrate autonomous working at an advanced level, identifying the need for relevant support, guidance, knowledge and skill development.
  • Review and appraise published research findings to identify, access, transfer, and apply evidence to their own practice setting, specifically as it relates to multi-professional and/or organisational practice.

Assessment Method: 5,000 word assignment

No. of Credits: 30 at Level 7

Accrediting Institution: University of Hertfordshire

Course code: 7FHH1188

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