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Women and Newborn Health Service

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WNHS Education Hub

Multimedia Resources

Multimedia resources developed by or applicable to WNHS to assist health professionals working with women and newborns to meet continuing professional development requirements. These resources will not provide certificates of completion, it is therefore recommended that staff maintain their own record.

Title Description Content Time Link
Adult IV cannulation video Video explaining the insertion of an adult IV cannulation using an aseptic non-touch technique
  • Correct handwashing and skin preparation
  • Preparation, patient and decontamination zones
  • Correct insertion technique
  • Vacutainer blood collection
  • Documentation
13.07 minutes Open link
K2 simulator training video Video explaining how to use the K2 training simulator
  • Familiarisation with the K2 simulator training tool
4.5 minutes Open link

NCCU virtual tour

Video virtual tour of NCCU for parents of small sick babies and at risk pregnancies

  • Familiarisation of NCCU developed and presented by NCCU

15 minutes

Open link

Perinatal Anxiety Screening Scale (PASS)  

Video demonstrating a Clinical Psychologist completing the PASS with a pregnant woman.

  • PASS completion and referral process
6 minutes Open link

Responding to family and domestic violence in a health setting: role play examples.

A series of video role plays to demonstrate best practice when screening a client for family and domestic violence.

Role play 1:
Video role-play demonstrating a midwife screening a client for family and domestic violence in a antenatal setting.

Role play 2:
Video role-play of a health professional demonstrating culturally competent practice when screening a culturally and linguistically diverse patient for family and domestic violence.

Role play 1: Family and domestic violence screening role play in a maternity setting.

 

 

Role play 2: FDV screening role play – a middle eastern woman’s experience.

Role play1:
6 mins

 

 


Role play2:
7 mins

Video 1

 

 

 

Video 2
Responding to family and domestic violence: working with vulnerable groups.

This resource is comprised of two short interviews.

Interview 1:
An interview with an Aboriginal Health Worker providing culturally competent best practice guidelines when screening an Aboriginal client for family and domestic violence.

Interview 2:
An interview with a CaLD Health Worker providing culturally competent best practice guidelines when screening CaLD clients for family and domestic violence.

Interview 1: Working with Aboriginal clients

 

 

 

Interview 2: Working sensitively with migrant women who have experienced domestic violence

Interview1:
7 mins

 

 

 

Interview2:
7 mins

Video 3

 

 

 

Video 4
Introduction to ROTEM Video providing a minimum level of knowledge for health professionals to start using ROTEM in their clinical practice.
  • How does ROTEM work?
  • What do the results mean?
  • Types of tests
  • Limitations
  • Algorithm
  • Findings and management
20 minutes Rotem

WA Health Youtube channel

YouTube channel for the Department of Health, Western Australia

  • Various topics

 

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