Frailty: Identification and interventions
This course is a comprehensive resource covering the skills, knowledge and behaviours expected of healthcare professionals involved in the health, care and support of people living with frailty.
Modules in this course include:
- Definition of frailty
- Explanation and review of 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
- Develop course participant's ability to articulate arguments to focus on the care of older people
- Help course participant to employ a range of teaching techniques to influence colleagues behaviours to older people
- Frailty Core Capabilities Framework (understanding tiers and articulate this when discussing frailty with other healthcare professionals, patients and family)
- Review of an older persons' experience of living with Frailty and understand the patient's desired outcomes
- Anticipatory care planning
- Language of frailty – for appropriate use in conversations with carers
- Develop skills to be able to advocate for frail older people
- Aid demonstration of experience with frailty pathways
Access to the course runs for 90 days, but can be reset on request.
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 free of charge, and non-members for an additional 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 80% 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. Please contact conferences [at] bgs [dot] org [dot] uk with further queries.
|Full Course (With CPD)||£150||£300|
|Content access only||£0.00||£100|
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