Tutor: Neela Soomary
Candidate Tim Chivers
Time critical illness
Date: 9th September 2014
Duration: 30 mins
Aims of lesson:
To recognise and manage time critical illnesses .
Learning outcomes (By the end of the lesson the student will be able to):
Recognise stroke,. Understand heart attack and stroke.
Introduce myself and the aims and objectives, check previous experience set ground rules, health and safety check. Listen, ask questions.
Explain heart attack, angina and stroke.
FAST test, group discussions, Open Questions
Marker Pens and Flip Chart
Discussion./ questions and answers. Recap
Show case defibrillator.
Ask learners opinion around use of equipment. Open Questions G3 training defib.
discussion questions and answers. Recap
Demonstrate DRABC, explaining each step and real time demo.
Gain Knowledge, Listen, Ask questions, Open Questions
Resus annie, G3 training defib.
Oral Questioning/ questions and answers. Recap
DRABC combined with use of the defib.
Learners to participate under my direction
Marker pens and Flipchart. Resus annie, G3 training defib.
Discussion/ questions and answers. Recap
Sum up, check understanding and refer back to objectives
Answer simple questions about the subjects taught.
Oral questions and answers
I am using drawn diagrams and written literature from The British Heart Foundation to address my more visual learners, and an Algorithm handout for the my reader/writing learners, there are practical activities for the kinaesthetic learners and getting the group to discuss the signs and symptoms of time critical illness to a real situation not only...
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