Soft signs of deterioration/Behaviour and pain

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This presentation addresses how to recognise changes in behaviour,what to be aware of and how to report it. It also covers recognising signs of depression and also dementia.

 

Pain- It will look at how to recognise if your patient is in pain and the possible causes . It looks at the importance of being the detective and discuss ways of speaking to the patient to find out what is happening and also the best way to report it and how important this is .

 

It will emphasise how important the enablement workers and HCA’s in helping to detect problems early and report them and how this can help to prevent a hospital admission. This can be so important to the patient to their well- being and mental health.

 

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Contributed by: REBECCA CORNECK
Authored by: Rebecca Corneck, Lewisham CEPN Training Hub, Educational Facilitator/Preceptor and TNA Lead
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Last updated: 21 December 2020
First contributed: 21 December 2020
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