The Glasgow Coma Scale is a method for assessing a patient’s conscious level that is used by nurses, midwives, medical staff, and other clinicians. Accurate, consistent assessment and communication of the GCS is required to prevent adverse effects on patient care.
The GCS was updated in 2014 in response to concerns about variability and reliability in the use of the original GCS, taking a more standardised and structured approach to assessment.
This module explains how to follow this approach and considers factors which can compromise the accuracy of assessment.
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At the end of this eLearning Activity participants will be able to:
At the end of this module participants will be able to:
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