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  1. Changing a Central Line Dressing Lauren Naylor, R.N., B.S.N. Spring 2008

  2. Audience and Environment • Audience • Adult Learners • Critical Care Nurses • ICU, CCU, PACU • Environment • Respect • Humor • Encouraging • Lots of Sunlight • Temperature controlled

  3. Goals - Comprehend the importance of aseptic technique - Recognize when a dressing needs to be changed and the preliminary signs/symptoms of sepsis

  4. Objectives • Demonstrate how to properly change a central line dressing • Explain when a dressing needs to be changed • Give examples of some of the first signs of sepsis

  5. Lesson Overview Prime Time #1 • “Sepsis Spotter” • Central Line Demo • 6 minute video on dressing changes

  6. Lesson Overview Down Time • # 1-5 to stay alive • “What do we need?” • Problem finder

  7. Lesson Overview Prime Time #2 • Group work - practice line changes - peer evaluation

  8. Evaluation and Assessment • Return Demonstration • Verbalize S/S of infected site • Verbalize S/S of preliminary sepsis

  9. Parietal Lobe Frontal Lobe Cerebral Lobes Occipital Lobe Temporal Lobe

  10. Concrete Sequential Concrete Random Abstract Sequential Abstract Random Gregorc Learning Styles

  11. Multiple Intelligences Visual/Spatial – demo, “how-to” Verbal/Linguistic – Lecture, group work Logical/Mathematical – hands on reasoning Bodily/Kinesthetic – Demo Interpersonal – group work Intrapersonal – mastering skills

  12. Technologies Used • Internet • Hospital intranet • PowerPoint/LCD projector

  13. Sources • Sousa, David A. How the Brain Learns. California: Corwin Press, Inc. 2001. • Anthony F. Gregorc, PhD.; Gregorc Style Dilineator: A Self-Assessment Instrument for Adults • Dr. Nick Bernice, Spring 2008 Lectures • Dr. Angela Cristini, Lectures, Spring 2008 • http://www.ldpride.net/learningstyles.MI.htm • Images Taken From: • http://www.brandeis.edu/best/student_projects/EnvEd/multiple%20intelligences.jpg - http://www.firstscience.com/home/images/legacygallery/ey • http://www.lovenishan.com/central_line.jpg • http://imagecache2.allposters.com/images/pic/ADVG/436~Talking-Smeagol-Posters.jpg • http://soymocha.pbwiki.com/f/group%20work.gif