Verification of death is the process of identifying that a person has died. This Verification of Death training course is aimed at anyone working in a health and social care setting including nurses, supportive care and care homes.
When a person dies, the nurse looking after the patient has a duty to inform the doctor immediately. However, it’s best if they are trained to do this so they follow the correct procedure and policy to verify a death.
This Verification of Death course will teach learners who can verify a death, the process on how to verify a death, what equipment is required, and what the documentation should include. Upon successful completion, learners will receive an accredited Verification of Death certificate. Our Verification of Death training should be completed by NHS nursing staff, carers, care home nurses, GP practice nurses, agency nurses and anyone working in the health and social care setting that would like to learn more about verifying a death.
The aim of the Verification of Death course is to help you understand the process of Verification of Death.
The key points covered in this course are:
Below are answers to the common Verification of Death questions our training experts frequently receive.
Verification of death is the process of identifying that a person has died. It isn’t to do with providing a death certificate or identifying the cause of death.
To quality to carry out a verification of death, a professional should be trained in the subject. Our online Verification of Death training courses will teach your nurses the correct procedures.
Our online Verification of Death training courses for nurses are available 24/7, anytime, anywhere. Perfect for staff with busy schedules or difficult shift patterns.
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