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Health and Social Care Professions (HSCP)
Resource Pack for COVID-19 Clinical (Community) Assessment Hubs:
|Putting on and taking off PPE in acute healthcare settings||Intravenous Administration of Medications for Nurses and Midwives|
|Putting on and taking off PPE in community settings||Performing Peripheral Intravenous Cannulation|
|Introduction to Infection Prevention and Control||National Sepsis e-Learning programme (for non-pregnant adult patients)|
|Hand hygiene||Pronouncement Expected Death by Registered Nurses|
|Putting on and taking off PPE in community healthcare settings||Integral valve oxygen cylinder guide|
|Aseptic Non Touch Technique||COVID 19 Overview|
|National Decontamination||Infection Prevention and Control Guidance for COVID-19|
|Irish Maternity Early Warning System (IMEWS)||Patient Observation COVID-19|
|Care of adults and children with asthma - an elearning education programme for healthcare professionals||Investigations. COVID-19|
|Guide to fluid balance|
In this section we provide links to freely accessible COVID-19 information resources provided through HSE Library Services. Please visit the HSE Library website for a comprehensive list of resources.
Handbook of Covid-19 prevention and treatment : Chinese handbook outlining treatment methods and experience managing COVID-19 patients
John Hopkins ABX guide (Only available to pharmacy departments in HSE locations via IP)
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome:
Clinical management of severe acute respiratory infection when novel coronavirus (nCoV) infection is suspected : WHO document for clinicians managing patients with severe acute respiratory infection when Covid-19 infection is suspected
*Note: To fully access UpToDate, BMJ Best Practice and Medicines Complete, you will need an Athens Account. If you have any questions on accessing these resources please contact the HSE Library Virtual Desk or your local HSE Library.
National Health Library & Knowledge Service. Health Service Executive. Dr. Steevens' Hospital, Dublin 8. Tel: 01-6352555/8. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org