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We work in interprofessional teams and now we will train together in these teams.
Come to GRIPS and learn how to manage the deteriorating patient.
This full day course will run from 08:00-17:00 and will focus around the patient who has been admitted to the ward and deteriorates over a period of time.
Participants will concentrate on the recognition and management of the deteriorating patient with training around human factors to improve team work and clinical decision making.
The course includes:
Program Dates and Registration
Click here to register for March 28th, 2019
Click here to register for June 20th, 2019Click here to register for September 26th, 2019Click here to register for November 28th, 2019
To simulate real clinical situations, this course will require an interprofessional team. Therefore, places are limited for medical and nursing/allied health.
FeesFREE for RCH staff, please register using your RCH emailExternal Nursing/Allied Health - $250External Medical - $350*All bookings are plus GST and booking fee.
Lunch and tea & coffee will be provided for fee paying participants only.
confirmation email will be sent with further details once your registration has
All cancellation requests must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will always try to accommodate your circumstances and, according to our cancellation policy, offer a refund or rebooking on another date. We recommend that you advise us of your preferred date(s) to transfer your ticket. We will advise you of availability and offer you a waitlist if all tickets have been exhausted. Please note, waitlists will incur the cancellation fees.
Our cancellation policy is as follows:
Cancellations of more than 28 days prior to the course will be offered a full refund, minus administration fees.
Cancellations between 21-28 days prior to the course will incur a 25% cancellation fee.
Cancellations between 8-20 days prior to the course will incur a 50% cancellation fee.
No refunds will be made for cancellations of less than 8 days or in the event that you do not show up on the day of the course.
On the very rare occasion that the RCH Simulation Program has to cancel a course due to unforeseen circumstances, the applicant will be reimbursed the full cost of the course. The RCH Simulation Program is not responsible for any travel or accommodation costs the applicant has incurred as a result of cancelled courses.
Managing the deteriorating patient training days are being run in partnership with the RCH Nursing Education Department.
In order to replicate the clinical environment - there will be limited places available for medical staff to attend.
Doctors, please ensure you fulfill one of the following prior to registering:
How to Register
Click here for full details and to register your interest. A confirmation email will be sent with further details once your registration has been accepted.
A course for Anaesthetists, Anaesthetic Trainees and GP Anaesthetists.Recognised CPD by ANZCA for Anaesthetic Emergency Response “Cardiac Arrest” and “CICO” modules in Paediatric Anaesthesia.Facilitated by The Royal Children’s Hospital Simulation Program and the Department of Anaesthesia.Course Content:
The program includes two modules:1. Cardiac Arrest Module: This 3.5 hour module is an ANZCA CPD accredited Emergency Response Module, including skills and simulation based education in Advanced Paediatric Life Support and team training during paediatric anaesthesia emergency response scenarios.2. CICO module: The 4 hour CICO (Can't Intubate, Can't Oxygenate) module is ANZCA CPD accredited Emergency Response Module. It introduces basic CICO concepts and techniques for those who have not attended CICO courses before, and also highlights the differences between the management of the CICO emergency in children and adults. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss theory, share experiences, and practice techniques on paediatric tracheal models.
Program Date and Registration
October 25th, 2019
What others are saying! “The course was well organized. Pre-reading provided well in advance. The faculty were very supportive. The educational content was relevant. Ample opportunities provided to acquire skills.”“Very well organised plenty of time to practice techniques, realistic scenarios”“Useful skills with a good mix of simulation and practical stations”“I really appreciated learning the specific paediatric issues in CICO situations”“Topics covered effectively and may happen in everyday practice”
NeoResus - The Victorian Newborn Resuscitation Program - is the gateway to the online learning resources for the NeoResus training programs. They specialise in training programs that has been designed to standardise the way in which newborn resuscitation is taught in Victoria and other areas of Australia. The NeoResus Program comprises two skills based, teamwork focused training programs: First Response and Advanced Resuscitation. These face-to-face, multidisciplinary training programs are supported by online, evidence-based learning modules, which are completed by all program participants. Scroll down for an outline of the current program.
Click here to view the full overview of this program
Advanced Resuscitation Program
Register to NeoResus Courses via Eventbrite by clicking here
Facilitated by The Royal Children’s Hospital Simulation Program and the Department of Neonatal Medicine, this is a course for Neonatologists and Neonatal Nurses, General Paediatricians, Trainees, and anyone who is involved in the management of airways in neonates.
Discussion on the impact of human factors on team work andl airway management during stressful situations
Skills stations on the RCH Emergency Intubation Algorithm and resus trolley set-up, Glidescope use, intubation and airway adjuncts, and ventilating with the Neopuff, self-inflating bag and anaesthetic circuit
Scenarios and debrief sessions on management of the difficult airway in a neonate
All applicants internal and external should contact Dr Leah Hickey email@example.com to book into this course.
Course DatesMonday 25th, MarchFriday 31st, MayThursday 1st, AugustMonday 21st, October
FeesFREE for RCH staffExternal Medical - $320 + GST and booking feeExternal Nursing - $220 + GST and booking fee*Payment link will provided by email and can be made with Visa, Mastercard or American Express.
Pre-reading material and program will be emailed out 4 weeks in advance and is a requirement for the course.
Resuscitation training for health professionals including The First 3 Minutes (The Rolling Trolley), provides
information on Infant and Child Basic Life Support training for all clinical
Here you will find access to:
Click here for full details
Email First3Minutes@rch.org.au with your preferred date
Paediatric Intensive Care Skills and Simulation program is an
inter-professional training program structured around managing the critically
program offers quarterly training opportunities. These sessions cover:
To enquire about this program please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Children's Hospital Anaesthetic team in conjunction with operating theaters
offers a 3 monthly in-situ simulation training session. This inter-professional
training opportunity focuses on:
Anaesthetic simulation leads:
To enquire about this program please email Adam,Skinner@rch.org.au or Rob.McDougall@rch.org.au
The Royal Children's Hospital Emergency Department delivers inter-professional simulation training opportunities to their clinical team though in-situ simulation sessions held monthly to bi-monthly. These sessions cover:
Emergency Department simulation leads:
To enquire about this program please email Domenic.Cincotta@rch.org.au