BMPM Blood Management Process Monitoring Skill Set
Health care professionals (including nurses, midwives and scientists) currently working in or associated with the field of transfusion/blood management.
Staff responsible for managing organisational compliance of blood related standards and associated activities. For the Australian audience, this would include the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standard 7.
Individuals working towards a career in the above mentioned areas.
Skill Set Outcomes:
To achieve a Statement of Attainment for the nationally recognised Blood Management Process Monitoring Skill Set, the following three units of competency must be successfully completed:
NAT10877001 Monitor and influence blood and blood product use in clinical situations
NAT10877002 Apply and monitor best practice blood management processes
NAT10877005 Audit blood management processes
Knowledge and practical skills will be assessed by direct observation, participation in role plays, analysis of case studies, provision of portfolios of evidence and review of written responses to questions.
Develop knowledge and skills for monitoring the clinical use of blood and blood products and managing adverse events.
Learn how to apply best practice and monitor blood management processes using gap analyses and audits to ensure compliance.
The associated units of competency will be delivered intermittently over a six month period. It is advisable to allocate at least 14 hours/week for online learning and additional time for assessment activities and private study.
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|NAT10877001 Monitor and influence blood and blood product use in clinical situations
|NAT10877002 Apply and monitor best practice blood management processes
|NAT10877005 Audit blood management processes
If you have any questions regarding the Australian Red Cross Lifeblood course, please call +61 (08) 8112 1303 or email Transfusion Learning (AUS).