Nurse Education on a 64GB USB flash drive.

This series of videos forms part of an on-going project, developing video based material for nurse education. Based on the youtube site, below is a list of the topics covered. It is a huge amount of material, in excess of 70 hours of teaching (over 400 video files). A hundred podcasts will also be included. If you have any questions, we are happy to answer any emails sent to orders@campbellteaching.co.uk

The videos are recorded as mp4 video files, which will play on OSX or Windows and many mobile devices. The player we recommend is VLC, see http://www.videolan.org/vlc/.

The USB flash drive is available for £50 or $80 including postage and packaging when ordered from this site.

If you want to watch with your fellow students, you are welcome to do so, but please do not re-distribute this content. Each USB flash drive you buy will enable us to send campbellteaching books and other educational resources to students in less economically developed countries.

Thankyou.

 



Topics covered on the USB flash drive.

Blood and blood groups – normal components in blood and their functions.

Blood pressure and hypertension – normal blood pressure and hypertension.

Body fluids – consideration of body fluids and the importance of electrolytes.

Bony injuries - fractures and complications, management principles.

Cancer – causes and clinical presentations of cancer.

Cardiovascular A and P – normal structures and functions of the heart and circulatory systems.

Causes of disease – environmental and genetic causes of disease.

Diabetes – nature of diabetes mellitus, background physiology, pathophysiology, aetiology, clinical features and management principles of Type 1 and Type 2.

Endocrine A and P – structures and functions of the endocrine glands.

Endocrine disorders – common endocrine diseases.

Genetics – the nature of inheritance with relations to diseases.

GI A and P – structure and function of the digestive system.

Haemorrhage - in disease and trauma, causes, pathophysiology and management.

Head injuries -pathophysiology, clinical presentations and management of head injuries.

Health issues – topics related to health and wellbeing.

Heart disease - ischaemic heart disease, acute coronary syndrome, epidemiology, aetiology, HDL / LDL, pathophysiology, cardiac markers, management, complications, secondary prevention, 12 lead ECG, angioplasty, thrombosis, atheroma.

Homeostasis – principles of homeostasis with examples.

Hypoxia -oxygen chain physiology, causes and classifications of hypoxia,  

types of hypoxia, assessment and clinical features, management principles.

Immobility and complications - complications, prevention, early recognition and treatment.

Immunity - innate and specific defence against local and systemic infection.

Inflammation - causes, physiological changes, specific conditions, local and systemic responses.

Lymphatic system and lymphoedema - A and P of lymphatic system, oedema and lymphoedema, clinical cases and management.

Nervous system A + P - neurones, reflex arc, synapses, gross anatomy, protection of CNS, autonomic NS.

Nutrition – a review of macro and micronutrition.

Pain - pathways, acute and chronic, causes, features, assessment, endogenous inhibition, gate control and management principles.

Peripheral vascular disease, anatomy and physiology, angeography, aetiology, clinical features, treatments, acute limb ischaemia, normal venous return, venous hypertension, clinical features.

Pharmacology - basic applied pharmacology followed by injections.

Pressure sores – causes, classification, assessment and prevention.

Renal A and P – normal structure and function of the urinary system and kidneys.

Research, research and the nursing process, a process of research, reliability, validity and bias, clinical trials, results, p values and ethics. descriptive statistics, different approaches to research, critique of published research.

Respiratory A + P - anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system.

Respiratory system disorders - COPD, respiratory infections.

Shock - causes, clinical forms and treatment of shock.

Skin - anatomy and physiology of the epidermis, dermis and dermatomes.

Thermoregulation - heat gain and loss, physics of heat, body temperature, temperature detection, thermoregulation followed by a review of hypothermia.

Trauma - priorities in care, chest injuries.

Wound healing - types of wounds and methods of healing, healing physiology and clinical cases.

Lessons on 64GB USB

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