'Nursing People Supportively Through Acute Viral Illness including COVID-19

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How to support externalisation of disease to avoid invasive complications

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This is an ONLINE event using ZOOM

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Looking at health beliefs and fears around acute child and adult viral illness and infections including COVID-19 and learning about:

Part One

How the Germ Theory of Disease and the Medical Model affect the treatment options you are offered

The Holistic model of disease – using the healing power of your own or your child’s body to remove accumulated toxins and improve your/ their health

The Problems caused by Suppression of Fever

Part Two

The Basic strategies for coping with any acute viral illness or infection

A Simple Guide to Homoeopathy for Acute Fever

Presentation of clinical cases showing the invasive disease that occurs when the basic principles are not followed

With special reference to coronavirus disease.

How to boost the immune system of adults and those with poor health with specific strategies for Coronavirus

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To ensure that participants:

+ Achieve a reinforced understanding of the logical reasons why children and adults contract infectious diseases, and the rationale for supportive treatment of such conditions with reference to COVID-19

+ Are confident implementing NICE Guidelines regarding paracetamol and ibuprofen use in fever in children and adults.

+ Know that NICE Guidelines do not recommend paracetamol or ibuprofen to prevent febrile convulsions.

+ Have knowledge of a range of simple practical measures that can be implemented by everyone to provide supportive management of child and adult acute viral illness and relief of distress.

+ Therapists can use these simple adjuncts to their standard care to increase therapeutic success and are able to easily explain the mechanisms of common conditions to parents/ carers, in simple terms, so that parents/ carers feel empowered and less anxious.

+ Are confident in practical adjuncts to management of specific conditions in addition to regular practice

Other lectures by Dr Jayne Donegan


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