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Education Programme

Medvarsity Fellowship

This is one of the flagship courses of Medvarsity. It is designed to impart knowledge and skills about critical care of the patients admitted in the ICU. Experience and knowledge gained from this course will help improve the care delivered not only in the ICU but also to critically ill patients in other areas such as the emergency room, postoperative care unit and in disaster settings.

The course design is such that different modules can be tailored to be stand-alone subject for learning. This is in particular useful for non-Apollo partners as the module and its delivery can be made available according to the partner’s requirements and base level expertise.

Further details can be found on the website : https://www.medvarsity.com/

Tele-Health courses for nurses

Apollo Telehealth is offering educational skills courses for nurses in 3 phases

  1. Basic
  2. Intermediate
  3. Advanced

The three categories of nursing education will be provided for eICU nurses covering technical and clinical aspects along with process knowledge.

Rolling On-Line Apollo Knowledge Series Programme

DATETOPICSPEAKERSMODERATORTIMEMEETING LINK
4th Mar 2022An approach to hypotensionDr. Ramesh Venkataraman,
Apollo Main Hospitals, Chennai
Dr. S. Ramasubban3.00pm – 4.30pmhttps://zoom.us/j/92633066381?pwd=QlNrM0pDWFV1K2tKTm1Kc043cWE1QT09
Ms. Shobha Jennifer
Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore
6th Apr 2022Diabetic KetoacidosisDr Swarna Deepak K
Apollo Hospital, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
Dr. Tushar Parmar3.00pm – 4.30pmhttps://zoom.us/j/91926684082?pwd=WG9YU1dScmtkbmROZUpiekU2N2NOUT09
Ms. Miki Patel
Apollo Hospitals, Ahmedabad
4th May 2022Immediate Care of a Trauma PatientDr. Dedeepiya Devaprasad
Apollo Cancer Institute, Teynampet, Chennai
Dr. Babu Abraham3.00pm – 4.30pmhttps://zoom.us/j/93167298124?pwd=ZGFFU2l2UUI0TGtGRlp6M1V2UncyZz09
Ms. Shmitanjali Mahanty
Apollo Hospitals, Bhubaneshwar
1st Jun 2022Case-Based Panel Discussion (Young 24 week pregnant patient with fever & SOB)Dr. Chandrashish Chakravarty
Apollo Hospital, Kolkata
N.A3.00pm – 4.30pmhttps://zoom.us/j/97215797971?pwd=d1h1V3E3ckFEOEl4UFd3UjlreDhJUT09
Dr. N. Ramakrishnan
Apollo Main Hospital, Chennai
Dr. Rajesh Chawla
Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi
Ms. Nirmala
Apollo Womens Hospitals, Chennai
6th Jul 2022Stroke Teams: The role of multidisciplinary critical careDr. Sristi Patodia
Apollo Main Hospital, Chennai
Dr. Ravindra Mehta3.00pm – 4.30pmhttps://zoom.us/j/98003132026?pwd=RE41Z0lsSTdsb0hIMmIxb2ZnY1ZOUT09
Ms. Rajashri Lauder
Apollo Hospitals, Kolkata
3rd Aug 2022Hypertensive CrisisDr. Raymond Dominic Savio
Apollo Proton Centre, Chennai
Dr. Manoj Singh3.00pm – 4.30pmhttps://zoom.us/j/99509600493?pwd=SGJlMEU4WG5pZCt0aUtldkgvSzRsZz09
Ms. Siripuapu Divya Bharathi
Apollo Hospitals, Vizag

Critical Care Observership Programme

AIM

  • To offer doctors and nurses from non-Apollo nursing homes and hospitals an opportunity to engage with an Apollo Hospital with a view to enhance their understanding of the scope and manner of critical care delivery in a world class ICU environment
  • As part of adding value to the non-Apollo partners who are keen to upscale and upskill their own work set-up.

Duration
Flexibly up to 7 days
How can you engage?

  • Contact Sales & Marketing team
  • Contact Apollo ICU consultant
  • Contact Nursing head of the respective unit

Process and Formalities

  • Fairly straightforward
  • The observership will be approved by the Head of the ICU
  • For Nursing, the approval formalities will be done by Nursing head in consultation with Medical head and communication to the Unit head
  • A memorandum of understanding will need to be signed by the observer and the Head of ICU
  • At the end of the observership a certificate will be issued

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

  • The observer will report to the head of ICU or a designated person every morning during the period of observership
  • A typical day for the observer will involve
    • Attending the ward rounds
    • Attending ongoing Departmental teaching programme
    • Observing ICU related invasive and non-invasive procedures
    • Observing and learning about the basics of Tele-ICU and remote critical care
    • Informal interactions with different professionals to enhance understanding
  • The Unit will aim to provide structured learning on the topics of relevance to the observer. Examples include
    • Oxygen therapy
    • Monitoring in the ICU
    • Non invasive ventilation
    • Mechanical ventilation
    • Recognising a sick patient early
  • The observer will be expected to follow good practice norms and policies of the unit around

    • Patient confidentiality
    • Infection control
    • Mutually respectful interactions and behaviour
    • Patient Safety Protocols
  • Observers cannot give medicine, perform any procedure on the patient or undertake documentation.
  • The observer will, at all times, be mindful of the sensitive and sometimes stressful environment in an ICU. At times he/she may be politely asked to refrain from a discussion and/or being present
  • The observer will, at all times, be treated with understanding and respect. The aim is to work towards creating a conducive environment for meaningful learning experience
  • At the end of the observer-ship period, the observer will be expected to present a written report on their experience and learning during the period.
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