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Observing and Recording Seizures and Other Events

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Location: eLearning
Date: 31/12/2099

Available now - secure your booking for 2024.

Seizures present in many different ways. However, few doctors see their patients having seizures. A good eyewitness description can greatly assist with identifying the seizure type and will assist the doctor in diagnosis and ongoing management of epilepsy.

This online course explains what to do when observing a seizure and is perfect for disability workers and health care professionals who need to ensure their observation and documentation skills are accurate and clear when describing seizures.

Utilising examples from case studies, this course uses interactive activities to practice the challenging area of effective documentation.

What to expect

The 30-minute course includes:

  1. Why observation is important
  2. Why we record events
    1. Rules for documentation
    2. Recording the seizure
  3. Case studies quizzes

Competencies and Outcome:
You will be required to complete a quiz at the end of the course, and then you will receive a certificate of completion.


$50.00. Bulk user discounts can apply, ask on application via etrainu.

Proudly distributed in partnership with Epilepsy Action Australia.

Epilepsy Action Australia

Contact information

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