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HSG Rapid Tranquilisation

1 Hours (Approx.) Multiple Choice
4.6
(152) Google Reviews

£9.95 + VAT

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£8.95+VAT Per User 10 User Bundle
£89.50+VAT
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Rapid Tranquillisation (RT) is defined as ‘chemical restraint’, referring to ‘the use of medication which is prescribed and administered (whether orally or by injection) for the purpose of controlling or subduing disturbed or violent behaviour.

The aim of the treatment is to swiftly calm a person down in emergencies, reducing the risk of violence or harm.

By the end of this course, participants will have acquired a comprehensive understanding of Rapid Tranquilisation, enabling them to make informed decisions, understand the optimal administration process, and effectively manage behavioural disturbances while prioritising the well-being of both patients and their clinical team.

£9.95 + VAT

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£8.95+VAT Per User 10 User Bundle
£89.50+VAT
£7.95+VAT Per User 20 User Bundle
£159.00+VAT
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Who is this course for?

Healthcare professionals in a hospital-based care setting.

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  • What is Rapid Tranquilisation
  • Key Considerations
  • Risks Associated with RT
  • Special Caution Consideration
  • Prescribing RT
  • Examination Prior to RT Prescription
  • Medication Choices and Guidelines
  • Medication Administration
  • Post RT Monitoring and Debrief

By the end of the course, candidates will be able to:

  • Understand Rapid Tranquilisation's purpose and role in managing behavioural disturbances
  • Recognise and mitigate risks associated with RT
  • Apply caution and tailored approaches for specific patient contexts
  • Identify appropriate situations for the administration of RT
  • Recognise the need for thorough pre-prescription patient assessments
  • Understand medication properties, previous medication response, and administration guidelines and considerations
  • Administer medications accurately and safely
  • Understand the importance of monitoring patients post-RT and conducting debriefs effectively
CPD
This activity has been accredited by The CPD Standards office and equates to 1 hours of CPD.

How our Customers rate us:

4.6
(152) Google Reviews