Getting truth and justice for Grenfell, workers and citizens means reclaiming strong regulation, strictly enforced, as a social good! The root cause of the Grenfell fire is that the system of laws and enforcement on fire and building safety which most people thought was keeping them safe in their homes, became so bad that it allowed flammable material to be wrapped around a previously fire-safe tower block turning it into a death trap, causing an inferno, that firefighters could not put out, killing 72, injuring 70 and traumatising survivors and countless others in the local community. It was weakening of the laws and enforcement around fire safety to benefit profit making by construction, manufacturers of material and property businesses that enabled the unsafe refurbishment to Grenfell Tower. The cuts to fire and rescue services made the job of fighting the fire so much harder.
Module description About this module Non-medical prescribing is an innovative and flexible professional programme which enables nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists and podiatrists to: Successful completion of this module enables you to: Course team Jill Gould: Programme Leader and community prescriber Tony Daly: Appraise sources of information and apply decision support systems to inform assessment and consultation with clients, history taking, diagnosing, treatment planning, monitoring, and safe, appropriate and cost-effective prescribing including consideration the differences between children and adults.
Apply key pharmacological principles and apply masterful knowledge of drug actions to prescribing practice. Appraise key professional, ethical and legislative issues while critically reflecting on roles, relationships, communication, team working and influences on prescribing practice.
In addressing these learning outcomes you will: Undertake a thorough history, including medication history and current medication including over-the-counter, alternative and complementary health therapies to inform diagnosis. Understand the influences that can affect prescribing practice, and demonstrate your understanding by managing your prescribing practice in an ethical way.
Understand and apply knowledge of drug actions in prescribing practice. Demonstrate an understanding of the roles and relationships of others involved in prescribing, supplying and administering medicines. Prescribe safely, appropriately and cost effectively.
Practice within a framework of professional accountability and responsibility. Demonstrate the ability to take an appropriate history, undertake clinical assessment and make an appropriate diagnosis, having considered the legal, cognitive, emotional and physical differences between children and adults.
Develop a clinical management plan within legislative requirements. Entry requirements To undertake this module, you must:Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years. We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state.
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To accomplish this goal, we have developed vertical skills, acquiring knowledge of strategic context and operational process. Business Planning Framework: Published by the State of Queensland (Queensland Health), January to recognise the unique challenges for nurses and midwives working in remote settings and must be used in conjunction with the BPF • midwives are those whose ‘day to day scope articulating remote nursing and.