This class follows the content and curriculum outlined by the American Association of Critical Care Nursing and is designed to provide a knowledge base for a nurse to enter the practice of Critical Care Nursing. Online case studies will be used to identify clinical issues and develop critical thinking skills. The course aims to equip the registered nurses with essential knowledge and skills to perform effectively and efficiently in the critical care discipline, to ensure the delivery of safe, holistic and quality care to patients. The certificate shows that the student has undertaken a comprehensive range of classes related to care of the patient. Upon completion graduates will develop the specialized skills and knowledge to become critical care nurse, and be prepared to recognize and support the unique characteristics of the critical care patient population. Upon completing the course, the participants will be getting the following certificates: Critical Care, Ventilator Pulmonary & Tracheostomy and ECG.
Critical care nursing is the field of nursing with a focus on the utmost care of the critically ill or unstable patients following extensive injury, surgery or life-threatening diseases. A critical care nurse, also sometimes referred to as an ICU nurse, is a type of nurse that provides care to patients that are in critical condition. These types of nurses may care for adults or children recovering from serious medical problems including illnesses and injuries. Critical care nurses are some of the most in demand nurses in this field.