RCPCH How to Manage: Sepsis 8th March 2019

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1. Context

1.1. Rising complexity of paediatric inpatients

1.2. Recent legal case: R. v Bawa-Garba (2016)

2. Aims and Learning Outcomes

2.1. Recognise and manage paediatric sepsis, including selecting and prescribing appropriate antibiotics

2.2. Describe early signs of sepsis

2.3. Appraise parents' assessment of their children

2.4. Justify use of an appropriate antibiotics

2.5. Demonstrate these principles through simulation

2.6. RCPCH Progress Curriculum

2.6.1. Domains 2, 4, 6, 7

3. Learners

3.1. Foundation doctors

3.2. Paediatric trainees (ST1-8)

3.3. Staff-grade paediatricians

3.4. Consultant paediatricians

3.5. Nursing practitioners

4. Faculty

4.1. Administrative staff

4.1.1. RCPCH Events Team

4.2. Consultants

4.2.1. Infectious diseases, immunology, intensive care

4.2.2. Lectures and workshops

4.3. Teaching Fellows

4.3.1. Simulation and workshops

5. Teaching Strategies

5.1. Theoretical Aspects

5.1.1. Large-group lectures with interactive elements

5.2. Practical/Clinical Aspects

5.2.1. Case-based workshops in small groups

5.2.2. Simulated scenarios

5.2.3. Application of content of course

5.2.4. Opportunity for formative assessment

6. Assessment Strategies

6.1. Formative Assessment

6.1.1. Pre-course electronic multiple-choice questions (MCQs)

6.1.2. From facilitators in workshops and simulation

6.1.3. Structured debrief during simulation

6.2. Summative Assessment

6.2.1. Post-course electronic MCQ

6.2.2. Performance in structured simulation

7. Evaluation Strategies

7.1. Formal

7.1.1. Electronic post-course written feedback direct to RCPCH Events Team

7.1.2. Progression through summative assessment

7.2. Informal

7.2.1. Observed behaviours and interaction during course

7.2.2. Handwritten "what did I learn" and "what would I have liked to learn" placards during closing plenary

8. Resources

8.1. Physical

8.1.1. Simulation

8.1.1.1. Mannikins

8.1.1.2. Medical equipment e.g. for canulation

8.1.1.3. Prescribing Kardex

8.1.1.4. Antibiotic guidelines

8.2. Electronic

8.2.1. PowerPoint slides for talks

8.2.2. MCQs

8.2.3. Evaluation forms

8.3. Location: RCPCH, London

8.3.1. Lecture theatre

8.3.2. Rooms for workshops

8.3.3. Rooms for simulation

9. Syllabus

9.1. Lectures (AM)

9.1.1. How to Identify Sepsis

9.1.2. Fluid and Inotrope Selection

9.1.3. Antibiotic Selection

9.2. Small-group sessions (PM)

9.2.1. Sepsis and neurodisability

9.2.2. Sepsis and immunocompromise

9.2.3. Simulation: sepsis in an infant

9.2.4. Simulation: sepsis in a child with complex needs

9.3. Assessment

9.4. Plenary