Rabu, 31 Maret 2010

2 DAY VACCINATOR TRAINING COURSE

COURSE PROFILE

COURSE SUMMARY

Short Title 2 DAY VACCINATOR TRAINING COURSE
Area of Care KIDZ FIRST PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
Audience Public Health Nurses, Practice Nurses, Occupational
Health Nurses
Pre-requisites Current Annual Practising Certificate
Co-requisites
COURSE PERSONNEL
Facilitator name: Marion Howie, Manager, Vaccination Training Course
Phone extension 09 523 0263 ext 704, 027 289 1269
Email: marsanjuddy@actrix.co.nz
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COURSE STRUCTURE
Purpose / aim
Vaccinator training courses are designed to train and up-skill authorised vaccinators
e.g. Registered Nurse and Registered Midwives, to a level that meets the:
a) “Guidelines for the Training of Non-medical Vaccinators” 1992 Department of
Health
b) “Standards for Immunisation Providers (Vaccinators)” Appendix 3, page 397:
Immunisation Handbook 2006, Ministry of Health
Learning outcomes
At the end of the session participants will be able to:
§ Understand the impact vaccination has made on work populations and New
Zealand health
§ Describe individuals or groups in their community with a low immunisation
uptake rate.
§ Outline the historical impact of colonisation on Maori Health.
§ Connect current health policies to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
§ Link Te Tiriti o Waitangi to current vaccination practices.
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§ Describe the values and systems integral to a healthy Maori society.
§ Understand the disease process.
§ Understand the potential complications for the diseases that vaccines protect
against at a level appropriate to their employment.
§ Describe the structure of the immune system in basic terms.
§ Describe active immunity.
§ Describe passive immunity.
§ Describes the immune response to a vaccination course or series – at a level
appropriate to their qualifications and employment.
§ Describe the composition of the vaccines in the current National Immunisation
Schedule.
§ Understand the current immunisation schedule.
§ Have a basic understanding of the implications of the legislation listed on
vaccination and their role as immunisation information sharers.
§ Understand the informed consent process.
§ Assist clients to make informed choices regarding vaccination
§ Describe factors that influence decision making.
Content / topics / schedule (mode of delivery)
§ History of Vaccines and New Zealand’s Vaccination Programme
including Maori aspects / Vaccine Preventable Diseases
§ Legislation Relevant to Vaccinators
§ The Immune System
§ National Vaccination Schedule
§ Composition of Vaccines
§ Adverse Events Following Vaccination
§ Storage and Handling of Vaccines
§ Informed Consent
§ I Vaccine Administration, contraindications and documentation
§ Improving Immunisation Coverage
TIMETABLE
Dates and Times Venues
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Publicly funded courses
offered on an ongoing
basis
Private courses run on ad
hoc basis
Vary
ENROLMENT
Maximum Numbers Minimum Numbers
25 By negotiation
COMMITMENT REQUIRED
Workload 1. Theory: 2 days. Some essential pre-course
reading will be required as well as some
'homework' between Day 1 and Day 2.
2. Test: 1 hour - open book – 2006 Immunisation
Handbook only. Participants can negotiate with a
course facilitator for an oral examination in English
or Te Reo. Speakers of English as a second
language can be allowed extra time if needed.
3. Clinical Assessment: A course facilitator will
assess each participant doing 2 vaccinations. One
on one mentoring prior to the clinical assessment
is offered for new vaccinators.
ASSESSMENT(S)
Date As Above
Method As above
Weighting As above
Purpose (Formative,
Summative)
As Above
Requirements to pass A certificate will be issued on successful completion
of all components of the course.
All participants are expected to complete all
components of the course within six months.
Facilitator feedback
commitment
RESOURCES
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Documents 2006 Immunisation Handbook
Clinical
ENDORSEMENT
Course approval date:
Approved by:
Next course review:
IMPROVEMENT
Recent improvements
Moderation
CERTIFICATION EXPIRES
Date:

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