Evidence Based Practice Teaching Plan

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Introduction This teaching plan focuses on educating caregivers the signs and symptoms of infections associated with Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) and training them in the methodologies of performing PICC dressing aseptically at their residence. It will be delivered as a workshop which is voluntary. The workshop is aimed at the primary caregivers of patients who have PICC as part of the medical care, from Singapore General Hospital (SGH), inpatient medical oncology ward. It will be taught by Registered nurses primarily from Oncology department who are equipped with the essential knowledge and competency skills for performing PICC dressing. This workshop will be taught using Evidence Based Practices followed by SGH as it uses the best evidences available and the clinical proficiency needed for the care of patients (Ramis, Chang, and Nissen, 2015). This teaching plan focuses on Experiential learning theory by exploiting the motivation and change theory of Therapeutic alliance model. Other …show more content…

Discussions allows valid agreements for the betterment of the caregiver and the care receiver (client) (Truglio-Londrigan, Slyer, Singleton, & Worral, 2014). Therefore, this teaching plan would adopt a face to face workshop. As suggested by Hariyanto (2005), air conditioned room influences productivity. Therefore, the room will be air-conditioned and it will be equipped with tables, chairs and mannequin. It will be located within the vicinity of SGH- a place where the caregivers recurrently visit and are familiar with. The ratio of the attendees to teacher will be 5 is to 1 registered nurse. This allows maximum engagement throughout the session as opposed to orthodox lecture held traditionally in a large student ratio (Stebleton, Jensen, & Peter,

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