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EBT1 Task 3-Research Integration and Outcome Evaluation A1- Preoperative Hair Removal As a circulating nurse a daily and very routine practice is preoperative hair removal for several types of surgical cases. Preoperative hair removal is a common source that contributes to postoperative surgical site infections. Currently hair removal is done to prevent interference with the surgical wound, closure of the surgical wound, surgical tapes and dressings, and to prevent patient discomfort when removing adhesive dressings (Adisa, Lawal, Adejuyibe, 2010.) A study evaluating hair removal with a razor versus with depilatory cream done by Adisa, Lawal, Adejuvibe in 2010, showed that postoperative wound infections are related to the presence and degree of skin injuries obtained during hair removal which is commonly done with a razor. Current CDC guidelines suggest that hair removal should not be performed unless “the hair at or around the incision will interfere with the operation” (Mangram, Horan, Pearson, Silver, & Jarvis, 1999, p.266) A2a,b,c- Basis for Practice, Rationale, Explanation The Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) supports the practice and development of perioperative nurses.
1.1 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to your own role and responsibilities. When teaching and working in the beauty industry there are several acts that must be adhered to in order to maintain high standards of practice. The Health and safety at work act 1974 defines the regulations for maintaining health, safety and welfare in the United Kingdom and defines the duties for employers, employees and contractors in the workplace and regulates to ensure that high safety standards are adhered to. (HASWA 1974) Due to the potentially harmful nature of the chemicals and substances used in the beauty sector every salon/ work area must adhere to all regulations under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations 1999. Protective equipment must be provided for each individual within the workplace according to the personal, protective equipment at work regulations to prevent cross contamination or injury to both employee and client (PPE 1992).
Enter the mark awarded for each coursework task in the appropriate box. Add the marks for all the coursework tasks together to give a total out of 10. Sign and date the forms. GCW258 Revised June 2013 Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations CAF/PiU/G493 5 A Research and Presentation (i) Independence The focus of the presentation is clear. A material has been chosen and set in a clear context.
Understanding Professionalism Practices in Radiologic Technology Introduction to Radiologic Technology Yvonne Williams 02/23/12 1 To understand professionalism practices in Radiologic Technology, one must look at their personal code of ethics, moral principles, and values and then add that to the professional values, ethical principles, and code of ethics in Radiologic Technology. As a radiographer, one is required to act professional at all times when interacting with patients, the health care team and administrators. In this paper, I’ll be reviewing the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists’ Standards of Ethics and how it encompasses the understanding of professionalism practices in Radiologic Technology. The Standard of Ethics is made up of two parts: the Code of Ethics and the Rules of Ethics. The Code of Ethics was developed, revised, and adopted by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in July of 1998 (Patient Care in Imaging Technology Seventh Edition, 2010, p 8).
Because of this, it is becoming vital that nail stylists educate their client on the dos and don’ts of sanitation and protection. Thanks to the concerted tech efforts, salon clients are now more aware of chemicals contained in the products used along with the potential health effects presented by each. A surge of interest on the topic and more dedicated research to support the findings has uncovered that long-term health effects of low-level chemical exposure in nail salons is a very real and present danger. The findings are supported by the technicians who have been diagnosed with serious illnesses and various diseases, i.e., Meniere’s, as a result of inhaling and working around chemicals contained in the products used on their clients. As education increases and the information streams forward, more nail technicians are stepping forward to disclose the health hazards presented by salon chemicals.
Rachael Foster The principles of infection prevention & controlunit 4222-264 1.1 - As an employee the correct PPE should be wore i.e. gloves and aprons. Good personal hygiene should be kept and hands should be washed after our duties i.e. giving personal care. 1.2 - As an employer all staff should be trained in infection control, to be able to notice potential risks.
The PPA ensures that the NCE reflects the knowledge of an entry-level nurse anesthesia provider. Content validation is provided by linkages between the PPA, Knowledge and skills statements, and test items. The job analysis is essential to the continued accreditation of the certification program and validation that the certification examination is fair, job related, and legally
I will now identify the roles of the persons who are responsible for Health, Safety and Welfare on the project. Site Manager/Assistant Site Manager = Principal Contractor. It is the responsibility of the Sit Manager/Assistant Site manager to make sure that Health and Safety is followed at all times in accordance with current Health and Safety legislation. In-House Architects = Designers. The Architects ensure that health and Safety are incorporated into the design of the structure to minimise risk during construction and through maintenance.