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INTRODUCTION ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE 1. Hand hygiene 2. Aseptic technique 3. Surgical scrub 4. Gowning and gloving ASSESSMENT 5. Physical assessment 6. Neurological assessment and observation 7. Mental status assessment 8. Cardiovascular assessment 9. Respiratory assessment 10. Abdominal assessment 11. Musculoskeletal assessment and range of motion exercises 12. Pain assessment PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 13. Clinical handover 14. Documentation FLUID AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT 15. Nasogastric tube insertion 16. Administration of enteral nutrition 17. Intravenous Therapy (IVT) (Assisting with establishment) 18. Intravenous Therapy (IVT) (Management) 19. Managing a central venous line ELIMINATION 20. Assisting with elimination 21. Care of patient with suprapubic catheter (Catheter irrigation) 22. Urinary catheterisation MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION 23. Medication administration: Oral medication 24. Medication administration: Eye drops or ointment 25. Medication administration: Otic medication 26. Medication administration: Parenteral medication 27. Medication administration: Enteral 28. Intravenous medication administration: IV container 29. Intravenous medication administration: Burette 30. Intravenous medication administration: Bolus MENTAL HEALTH SKILLS 31. Seclusion: Management 32. Electro-convulsive Therapy (ECT): Patient care observations 33. Temperature, Pulse and Respiration (TPR): Measurement 34. Blood pressure measurement 35. Cardiovascular assessment: 12 Lead Electrocardiogram 36. Neurovascular observations 37. Blood glucose measurement PAIN MANAGEMENT 38. Pain management: Non-Pharmacological interventions - dry heat and cold therapy 39. Pain management: Non-Pharmacological interventions - massage 40. Pain management: Non-Pharmacological interventions - TENS 41. Medication administration: Patient controlled analgesia or other syringe-driven medication 42. Subcutaneous infusions PERIOPERATIVE CARE 43. Pre-operative care 44. Recovery room care and handover 45. Post-operative care PERSONAL HYGIENE AND MAINTAINING SKIN INTEGRITY 46. Personal hygiene: Bed bath or assisted shower 47. Personal hygiene: Mouth care, shaving, hair care and nail care 48. Positioning of a dependent patient 49. Assisting with mobilisation RESPIRATORY SKILLS 50. Oxygen therapy via nasal cannula or various masks 51. Monitoring pulse oximetry 52. Suctioning of oropharynx/nasopharynx 53. Endotracheal tube or tracheostomy suctioning 54. Tracheostomy care 55. Chest drains/underwater seal drainage management SPECIFIC PATIENT CARE 56. Neonate: Daily care 57. Unconscious patient care 58. Teaching patients TRANSFUSION AND BLOOD PRODUCTS 59. Blood transfusion administration 60. Venipuncture WOUND MANAGEMENT 61. Dry dressing technique 62. Complex wounds: Drain, suture or clip removal 63. Complex wounds: Wound irrigation 64. Complex wounds: Packing a wound APPENDIX: ANMC National Competency Standards for the registered nurse (2005) INDEX

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Joanne was the Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of the School of Nursing Sciences at James Cook University. She is a registered nurse with many years of clinical experience in several countries and extensive experience in nursing education at both the hospital and tertiary levels. Research interests include competency-based education and clinical assessment, development of reflective practitioners for a changing work environment, chronic pain and arbovirus disease in the tropics. Joanne is also a two-time recipient of the National Awards for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (Carrick Award, 2007 and Australian Teaching and Learning Council Award, 2008).

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INTRODUCTION ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE 1. Hand hygiene 2. Aseptic technique 3. Surgical scrub 4. Gowning and gloving ASSESSMENT 5. Physical assessment 6. Neurological assessment and observation 7. Mental status assessment 8. Cardiovascular assessment 9. Respiratory assessment 10. Abdominal assessment 11. Musculoskeletal assessment and range of motion exercises 12. Pain assessment PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 13. Clinical handover 14. Documentation FLUID AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT 15. Nasogastric tube insertion 16. Administration of enteral nutrition 17. Intravenous Therapy (IVT) (Assisting with establishment) 18. Intravenous Therapy (IVT) (Management) 19. Managing a central venous line ELIMINATION 20. Assisting with elimination 21. Care of patient with suprapubic catheter (Catheter irrigation) 22. Urinary catheterisation MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION 23. Medication administration: Oral medication 24. Medication administration: Eye drops or ointment 25. Medication administration: Otic medication 26. Medication administration: Parenteral medication 27. Medication administration: Enteral 28. Intravenous medication administration: IV container 29. Intravenous medication administration: Burette 30. Intravenous medication administration: Bolus MENTAL HEALTH SKILLS 31. Seclusion: Management 32. Electro-convulsive Therapy (ECT): Patient care observations 33. Temperature, Pulse and Respiration (TPR): Measurement 34. Blood pressure measurement 35. Cardiovascular assessment: 12 Lead Electrocardiogram 36. Neurovascular observations 37. Blood glucose measurement PAIN MANAGEMENT 38. Pain management: Non-Pharmacological interventions - dry heat and cold therapy 39. Pain management: Non-Pharmacological interventions - massage 40. Pain management: Non-Pharmacological interventions - TENS 41. Medication administration: Patient controlled analgesia or other syringe-driven medication 42. Subcutaneous infusions PERIOPERATIVE CARE 43. Pre-operative care 44. Recovery room care and handover 45. Post-operative care PERSONAL HYGIENE AND MAINTAINING SKIN INTEGRITY 46. Personal hygiene: Bed bath or assisted shower 47. Personal hygiene: Mouth care, shaving, hair care and nail care 48. Positioning of a dependent patient 49. Assisting with mobilisation RESPIRATORY SKILLS 50. Oxygen therapy via nasal cannula or various masks 51. Monitoring pulse oximetry 52. Suctioning of oropharynx/nasopharynx 53. Endotracheal tube or tracheostomy suctioning 54. Tracheostomy care 55. Chest drains/underwater seal drainage management SPECIFIC PATIENT CARE 56. Neonate: Daily care 57. Unconscious patient care 58. Teaching patients TRANSFUSION AND BLOOD PRODUCTS 59. Blood transfusion administration 60. Venipuncture WOUND MANAGEMENT 61. Dry dressing technique 62. Complex wounds: Drain, suture or clip removal 63. Complex wounds: Wound irrigation 64. Complex wounds: Packing a wound APPENDIX: ANMC National Competency Standards for the registered nurse (2005) INDEX

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