A detailed program on triage, evaluation, and critical thinking of abdominal pain, including appendicitis, diverticulitis, pancreatitis, cholecystitis and more.
A comparative examination of the most common A&E triage systems, including triage innovation, the 5-level system, and triage for special populations.
A thorough review of using the history, exam, diagnostic studies, and decision rules to evaluate and diagnose patients with chest pain and avoid cognitive bias.
An examination of fever in paediatric patients without a source, including topics of basic immunology and physiology of fever and epidemiology of febrile illness.
A collaborative approach to maximize communication among A&E clinicians, such as optimal communications for family notifications, discharges, handoffs, and transfers.
A case-based approach designed to help nurses refine assessment and treatment techniques to effectively manage complex health issues that often accompany sepsis.
A comprehensive assessment provides insight into clinicians’ mastery of knowledge and judgment, benchmarking individual scores and quantifying team variation.
Clinical Pearls expand on a 'pearl of wisdom' to strengthen fundamental clinical knowledge, presented in real-life case scenarios.
Relias ED delivers a personalised learning plan, excluding content clinicians have mastered, marked by red – required, yellow – recommended, and green – optional.
Relias ED provides data to identify and invest in areas of training that improve quality of care, increase patient safety, and reduce the risks of adverse events.
Developed by medical experts, modules are delivered in easy-to-absorb, 2-8 minute segments, including videos, case studies, and interactive 3D animations with text.
Gain insight into competency levels for individuals and teams to identify areas that need improvement and deliver targeted education.
Respect established proficiency and educate only on what the clinician needs to know to increase engagement.
Close competency gaps by identifying and addressing areas of variation, resulting in increased patient safety and reduced risk of clinical negligence claims.
Minimise misunderstandings and errors by ensuring that A&E teams are using commonly-understood protocols and language.