Kenya Registered Preoperative Nursing (KRPON) - AIC Kijabe College of Health Sciences | Educartis

Kijabe,  On Campus

Diploma

01/07/2019, 01/09/2019, 01/09/2019

Duration: 1 years

KSh 130000 Per Semester

Benefits

How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 

  • Provide safe and competent surgical care to patients. 
  • Use medical technology effectively to enhance patient care. 
  • Carry out research to provide evidence-based patient care in the operating theatre. 
  • Use their understanding of all aspects of safety effectively in the preoperative setting. 
  • Discuss the process of disinfection/sterilisation of instrumentation and equipment. 

Certification obtained

Kenya Registered Preoperative Nursing Diploma

What jobs will I qualify for?

This programme will prepare students for rewarding and challenging careers such as: 

  • Nurse Anaesthetist 
  • Clinical Research Coordinator 
  • Preoperative Nursing Assistant 
  • Transplant Coordinator 

Admission Criteria

In order to apply for the Kenya Registered Preoperative Nursing Diploma, students must have: 

  • Qualified as a KRCHN/KRNM/BSCN
  • At least TWO years of clinical experience 

How do I apply?

Payment options

The total fee for this course is 130,000 KES. 

Detailed course information

Where and When

01/07/2019

AIC Kijabe School of Nursing

AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kiambu, Kijabe, Kenya

01/09/2019

AIC Kijabe School of Nursing

AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kiambu, Kijabe, Kenya

01/09/2019

AIC Kijabe School of Nursing

AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kiambu, Kijabe, Kenya

Course Overview

This Higher Diploma in Kenya Registered Preoperative Nursing (KRPON) is designed to produce professional nurses who can competently use their knowledge and skills to care for patients undergoing surgery before and after the operation. For those who have a passion to provide competent surgical care, this one year on-campus programme will provide the opportunity for learners to expand their knowledge and skills by integrating theory and clinic practice relating to client care during the intra-operative period. 

Are you a registered nurse who works well in a high-energy environment? Do you enjoy life long learning and are interested in becoming a leader in collaborative patient care? Then specialising in pre-operative nursing could be the right choice for you. While this field can be challenging and fast-paced, it also provides individuals with numerous benefits including competitive salaries, opportunities for advancement, and the chance to safeguard the welfare of patients. For those interested, this programme will provide you with the values, confidence, and skills you need to thrive in this thrilling and highly demanding field. 

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Syllabus

This programme is taken on-campus at the Kijabe College of Health Sciences. Topics explored include: 

  • Operating Theatre Knowledge and Layout 
  • Trends in Pre-Operative Nursing
  • Care of Patients Undergoing Various Surgeries
  • Medical Conditions that Affect Surgical Outcomes 
  • Infection and Hazard Prevention 
  • Anaesthesia Skills and Critical Care
  • Use and Care of Operating Equipment 
  • Leadership and Management
  • Basic Life Support 
  • Paediatric Advanced Life Support 

Kijabe,  On Campus
Diploma
01/07/2019, 01/09/2019, 01/09/2019
1 years
KSh 130000 Per Semester

Benefits

Course Overview

This Higher Diploma in Kenya Registered Preoperative Nursing (KRPON) is designed to produce professional nurses who can competently use their knowledge and skills to care for patients undergoing surgery before and after the operation. For those who have a passion to provide competent surgical care, this one year on-campus programme will provide the opportunity for learners to expand their knowledge and skills by integrating theory and clinic practice relating to client care during the intra-operative period. 

Are you a registered nurse who works well in a high-energy environment? Do you enjoy life long learning and are interested in becoming a leader in collaborative patient care? Then specialising in pre-operative nursing could be the right choice for you. While this field can be challenging and fast-paced, it also provides individuals with numerous benefits including competitive salaries, opportunities for advancement, and the chance to safeguard the welfare of patients. For those interested, this programme will provide you with the values, confidence, and skills you need to thrive in this thrilling and highly demanding field. 

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How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 

  • Provide safe and competent surgical care to patients. 
  • Use medical technology effectively to enhance patient care. 
  • Carry out research to provide evidence-based patient care in the operating theatre. 
  • Use their understanding of all aspects of safety effectively in the preoperative setting. 
  • Discuss the process of disinfection/sterilisation of instrumentation and equipment. 

Certification obtained

Kenya Registered Preoperative Nursing Diploma

What jobs will I qualify for?

This programme will prepare students for rewarding and challenging careers such as: 

  • Nurse Anaesthetist 
  • Clinical Research Coordinator 
  • Preoperative Nursing Assistant 
  • Transplant Coordinator 

Admission Criteria

In order to apply for the Kenya Registered Preoperative Nursing Diploma, students must have: 

  • Qualified as a KRCHN/KRNM/BSCN
  • At least TWO years of clinical experience 

How do I apply?

Students must send a filled out application form to: 

The Principal 
Kijabe College of Health Sciences,
P.O BOX 20 – 00220
Kijabe


Payment options

The total fee for this course is 130,000 KES. 

Detailed course information

This programme is taken on-campus at the Kijabe College of Health Sciences. Topics explored include: 

  • Operating Theatre Knowledge and Layout 
  • Trends in Pre-Operative Nursing
  • Care of Patients Undergoing Various Surgeries
  • Medical Conditions that Affect Surgical Outcomes 
  • Infection and Hazard Prevention 
  • Anaesthesia Skills and Critical Care
  • Use and Care of Operating Equipment 
  • Leadership and Management
  • Basic Life Support 
  • Paediatric Advanced Life Support 

Where and When

01/07/2019

AIC Kijabe School of Nursing


AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kiambu, Kijabe, Kenya

01/09/2019

AIC Kijabe School of Nursing


AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kiambu, Kijabe, Kenya

01/09/2019

AIC Kijabe School of Nursing


AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kiambu, Kijabe, Kenya