Webinar 04: 21 July 2020
Mr Joby Alex RN
Date and time
Tuesday 21 July 2020 at 6.30pm (AEDT)
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Webinar 04: 21 July 2020
Urinary Catheter Care and Problem Solving
About the presenter
Joby Alex is working as a Grade 2 Clinical Nurse Consultant - Continence in I&CH, WSLHD. He is supporting primary nurses in managing a complex clinical caseload of patients living with IDCs and patients with urinary or faecal incontinence across WSLHD. Prior to this role, Joby worked as a Continence Specialist Nurse, Acting Clinical NUM and RN both in the community and various hospital settings. He has won the International nurses’ day Award in 2019.
Academic Qualifications: RN, MPHC Nursing (USYD) PhD Student (WSU), GradC Aged Care Nursing/Continence Management (ACN), Cert IV in Frontline Management (RTO), Teaching and Assessing in practice (UWE, Bristol).
About the presentation
The presentation will focus on catheter care practices and preventing/managing common catheter-associated complications.
1. How the bladder works.
2. Different types of catheterisation.
3. Explore the common catheter-associated complications.
4. Discuss prevention and management of common catheter-associated complications.
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