Resources For Nurses

Basic Principles of Critical Care Nursing

Basic Principles of Critical Care Nursing

Seven Videos from Royal Berkshire Hospital

Resources for Non Critical Care Staff

Resources for Non Critical Care Staff

For those who have been redeployed to Critical Care

Further Resources and Information

Further Resources and Information

Resources for ICU Nurses
Other Resources including online courses available

Caring for people with a Learning Disability in Critical Care

Caring for people with a Learning Disability in Critical Care

Resources from Leeds Teaching Hospitals

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the BACCN will provide some educational resources that support nurses who are being redeployed to Critical Care areas or are returning to Critical Care after a career break from the specialty.  

These resources have been written by clinical and academic critical care colleagues and aim to provide health care colleagues with some basic knowledge to support their understanding of critical care and develop their confidence in assisting in care provision within the critical care setting. 

These resources are not a replacement for formal critical care academic courses or achievement of clinical competencies. They will be a resource for induction programmes into critical care nursing.

We are working collaboratively with other organisations including the RCN & CC3N to develop this resource. We will make these learning resources available to colleagues as soon as possible.

We will upload sessions or presentations as they become available. The resources will be based on the National Competency Framework for Registered Nurses in Adult Critical Care: Step One Competencies.

https://www.cc3n.org.uk/uploads/9/8/4/2/98425184/01_new_step_1_final__1_.pdf