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JAG_Virtual_ENDO1 JETS Workforce - Virtual ENDO1 training course
Training Centre
Royal College of Physicians, London - Virtual Online Courses
Virtual ENDO1 is a two and a half hour online training course, approved by the Joint Advisory Group (JAG) for endoscopy workforce staff wishing to improve their skills in assisting endoscopic procedures.
The 2.5 hour online course is an intensive, interactive and practical course covering the theoretical and practical basis of assisting endoscopic procedures and caring for patients undergoing endoscopy. 
The course includes a series of interactive teaching sessions. The teaching focuses on the development of endoscopic assisting skills, discussion of clinical cases and reflection of knowledge gained from the JETS Workforce eLearning modules.

Pre-course requisites – delegates registering for the online course should have already completed the nine JETS Workforce eLearning modules hosted on the eLearning for Health platform. These can be accessed via https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/endoscopy/
Learning objectives
CodeLearning ObjectiveTraining centre % achievedNational average % achieved
LO001List, describe & discuss the elements that contribute to a safe, dignified and compassionate care pathway for patients throughout their endoscopy. 100 100
LO002Understand and apply through active reflective discussion the principles of the NMC Code: Professional standards of practice and behaviour for nurses and midwives (NMC 2018), or the HCPC Code: Standards of conduct, performance and ethics (2016), or equivalent; to practical endoscopy nursing, or equivalent practical endoscopy patient care. 100 100
LO003Understand, explain, apply & actively discuss the principles of patient consent for endoscopic procedures. Including the understanding of patient capacity assessments to consent for endoscopic procedures and the pathway for withdrawal of consent during endoscopy. 100 100
LO004Understand and be able to discuss the role, the importance and principles of safe and up to date practice of the endoscopy assistant. 100 100
LO005Demonstrate, via active participation in group discussion, the importance of preparation of the room, the patient and the use of appropriate equipment to the planned endoscopic procedure. 100 100
LO006Understand & discuss the importance of situational awareness, both of patient safety and of the procedure, and the need for pre-empting during procedures. Be able to identify and list such indications. 100 100
LO007Describe & discuss the principles and practice of infection prevention and decontamination of endoscopes. 98.1 98.1
LO008Understand the function of JETS workforce and the assessment of individual clinical competence. 96.2 96.2
LO009Apply & reflectively discuss endoscopic non-technical skills, such as the principles of effective communication, identifying risk, reporting events, learning from mistakes, and identify how this can enhance patient care. 100 100

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