Frailty - identification and interventions
- Definition of frailty
- Frailty scales
- Prevalence of frailty in different settings: community, care homes, acute admissions and inpatients
- Theories underpinning the pathophysiology of frailty
- Clinical presentation of frail older people
- Adverse outcomes of frailty in different settings: community and inpatients
- Evidence based interventions to improve outcomes for frail older people in a range of settings
- Robustly articulate arguments to focus on the care of older people
- Able to employ a range of teaching techniques to influence colleagues behaviours to older people
- Frailty Core Capabilities Framework (understanding tiers and articulate
- Person’s experience of living with Frailty and patient outcomes desired to see
- Care planning
- Language of frailty – conversations with carers
- Advocate for frail older people
- Demonstrate experience working in a unit with a frailty pathway
|Full Course (With CPD)||£150||£300|
|Content access only||£0.00||£100|
The elearning course is accessible in two versions.
1. Content only.
This permits the participant to view all the module chapters and undertake the multiple-choice questions as a means to check their understanding of the content covered. It does not issue a certificate of completion, or a CPD certificate. BGS Members can access this without additional cost, and non-members for a fee.
2. Full Course with CPD
This permits the participant to view all the module chapters, and undertake the multiple-choice questions. If the participant achieves an average of 85% pass rate on the Multiple choice questions across all module chapters, a CPD certificate is issued to reflect this. This access is charged for both members and non-members of the BGS.
The BGS is funded solely by its members and educational activities. Development of this module incurred costs, as does the administration and issuing of CPD certificates.
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