Section 2: Intervention

Section 2: Intervention

Code Title Core Competency Statement Core Learning Outcome
2.1.1 Assessment Leads the team in decision-making about prioritising patients with complex care needs Demonstrate expert practice in prioritising patients with complex care needs
2.1.2 Assessment Provide an expert function in supervising others in care delivery Demonstrate expertise in supervising others during care delivery
2.2.1 Observation and evaluation Advise and lead in undertaking evaluations of patients with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems and inconsistent signs and symptoms Demonstrate expert practice in evaluating patients who have undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems and inconsistent and variable signs and symptoms
2.2.2 Observation and evaluation Apply expert practice supervising others and their evaluation of patients with inconsistent signs and symptoms Demonstrate expertise in leadership and supervision of others during their evaluation of patients with inconsistent signs and symptoms
2.2.3 Observation and evaluation Determine the effectiveness of the delivery of evaluations of patients with inconsistent signs and symptoms Undertake audit and/or research and develop action plans, or an evidence base for evaluating patients with inconsistent signs and symptoms
2.3.1 Critical situations Appraise different interventions for patients in critical and/or life threatening situations, and appropriately apply them Demonstrate expert practice in determining appropriate multi-disciplinary interventions for patients in acute, critical or life-threatening situations at regional and national level
2.4.1 Therapeutic interventions Determine appropriate use of interventions in a range of situations for patients presenting with complex care needs Leads the multi-professional team in delivering appropriate interventions for patients with complex care needs
2.5.1 Disseminating information Expert in evaluating the quality of information disseminated in relation to the principles of essential care Demonstrates expertise in evaluating the quality of information from a wide variety of sources including relevant national and international sources
2.6.1 Pain assessment Provides expert consultancy on managing pain in patients with complex care needs Demonstrate expertise in pain management for patients with complex care needs
2.6.2 Pain relief If applicable, be proficient at initiating pain relief, using nationally accepted independent prescribing policies and protocols Apply the knowledge and skills underpinning independent prescribing
2.7.1 Psychological impact Ensures the application of appropriate psychological assessments relevant to the condition of the patient and their family/carers and the use of appropriate interventions Demonstrates expertise in understanding the appropriateness of the available tools for assessing the psychological condition of a patient and their family/carers. Demonstrate expertise in supervising others providing, evaluating and planning psychological care
2.8.1 Health promotion Appraise health promotion strategies and integrate them into emergency care delivery Demonstrate expertise in emergency care delivery that is underpinned by health promotion strategies
2.8.2 Health promotion Lead in the development of emergency care that is underpinned by national health promotion strategies in the wider emergency care arena Establish new emergency care practices which are underpinned by health promotion strategies in the wider arena of emergency care
2.9.1 Managing aggression & violence Ensure appropriate risk management strategies are in place for managing violence and aggression and protecting patient and staff dignity Demonstrate involvement in determining risk, evaluating the effectiveness of and developing realistic strategies for managing violent and aggressive incidents in the workplace and protecting patient and staff dignity

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