Respiratory - Isle of Wight NHS Primary Care Trust

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PRACTICE PROFILE
Area
Respiratory/Sleep Laboratory
Directorate
Professional Lead
Location
Acute
Tracy Jones
Annual Review of Profile due
Department Manager
Education Lead
Education Lead Contact Details
HEI Representative
Tracy Jones
As above
HEI’s using this Learning Environment
Learning Environment Mission Statement
UoS and UoP
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT PROFILE
General Information
Description of Service and Client Group
Contact Number
St. Mary’s Hospital – Newport – Isle of Wight
– PO30 5TG
01983 552114
March 2016
Tracy Jones
[email protected]
University contact Isabel Anton-Solanas [[email protected]] - Practice Academic Liaison Lead
To provide investigations for respiratory and sleep disorders with
treatment when required
We provide a high quality respiratory and investigation service to meet
the needs of the local population. To provide treatment for a variety of
respiratory and sleep disorders including CPAP, NIV and ventilation. This
involves in patients and out patients and an in patient ambulatory service.
We provide this service predominantly to the adult population; however,
some paediatric investigations are carried out.
Description of related services & Client
group
LEARNER INFORMATION
Work Pattern (Start, finish times)
Dress Code
8am – 4pm with half an hour lunch break.
University photo ID to be worn at all times on placement, UoS Student uniform in
conjunction with IOW NHS Trust dress code policy (insert link)
http://intranet/guidelines/Dress%20Code%20and%20Uniform%20Policy.pdf
Induction/Orientation programme
Organisational induction by CET followed by local induction within clinical area
Staff / rest room facilities
Central canteen used for meals. Tea making facilities available within department
with a rest room than can be used during breaks.
Expectations during placement
To maintain a professional image at all times, to adhere to time
management and adhere to uniform policy.
LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES & RESOURCES
Recommended reading/Websites
ARTP - http://www.artp.org.uk/
BLF - http://www.blf.org.uk/Home
ARTP part 1 and 2 Manuals
Book – pulmonary Function Testing, Gregg L Ruppel
Book – Physiology and Practice of Pulmonary Function, J M B Hughes
PFT- pulmonary function tests
Common Abbreviations
OSA – obstructive sleep apnoea
Specific learning opportunities
All relevant policies and procedures relevant to the learning environment can be accessed via the Intranet
Specific areas of expertise/clinical
skills
Common Assessments /
Interventions/Care pathways
Respiratory
Sleep disorders, OSA, respiratory failure
Sleep studies – polysomnography
Body plethysmography
spirometry
Models of practice experience e.g
Hub and Spoke, Care pathways,
Patient Journeys
MULTIAGENCY LEARNING OPPERTUNITIES / RESOURCES
Multiprofessional learners accessing To work alongside the respiratory physiotherapist during pulmonary rehab,
the environment
work with specialist nurses providing oxygen assessment
Specialist Respiratory Nurse
Professionals working in the
BLF Active
environment
Respiratory Physiotherapist
Respiratory Consultants
Opportunities to meet EU directives
(Nursing)
All relevant policies and procedures relevant to the learning environment can be accessed via the Intranet
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