Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1918 POR - Probationer Badge


Must hold the Sick Nurse Badge and the Domestic Science Badge.

Badge as for Sick Nurse, with Purple Border.

Know the composition of inhaled and exhaled air, the cubic space required for the proper nursing of the sick, and the dancer of overcrowding.

Know the best methods of house sanitation and the dangers of faulty drainage.

Know how eyes, teeth, ears and hair of patient should be cared for.

Know how to prepare most of the diets commonly ordered for invalids, and have an elementary knowledge of food values.

Know how to sterilize instruments and disinfect linen and furniture, & c.

Know about 12 surgical instruments and appliances in common use.

Know incubation period and the early stages and the necessary period of isolation for measles, chickenpox, whooping cough, mumps, influenza, scarlet fever, diphtheria, smallpox and typhoid fever.

Know how to use a triangular and a many-tailed bandage and be able to instruct in roller bandaging.

1921 POR - Probationer Badge

Must understand the preparation of bed for patient, changing sheets, and prevention of bedsores.  Use of room and clinical thermometers.  Pulse and respiration.  Washing and dressing a patient.
Know the composition of inhaled and exhaled air, the cubic space required for the proper nursing of the sick, and the dangers of overcrowding.
Know the best methods of house sanitation, and the dangers of faulty drainage.
Know how eyes, teeth, ears and hair of patients should be cared for.
Know how to prepare most of the diets commonly ordered for invalids, and have an elementary knowledge of food values.
Know how to sterilize instruments and disinfect linen and furniture, etc.
Must understand the administration of medicines and the external application of remedies.
Treatment with heat and cold, including poultices and fomentations.
Know the incubation period and the early stages and the necessary period of isolation for measles, chickenpox, whooping-cough, mumps, influenza, scarlet diphtheria, smallpox and typhoid fever.
Know how to use a triangular and a many-tailed bandage and be able to instruct in roller bandaging.

1924 POR - Probationer Badge


Must understand the preparation of bed for patient, changing sheets, and prevention of bedsores.  Use of room and clinical thermometers.  Pulse and respiration.  Washing and dressing a patient.
Know the composition of inhaled and exhaled air, the cubic space required for the proper nursing of the sick, and the dangers of overcrowding.
Know the best methods of house sanitation, and the dangers of faulty drainage.
Know how eyes, teeth, ears and hair of patients should be cared for.
Know how to prepare most of the diets commonly ordered for invalids, and have an elementary knowledge of food values.
Know how to sterilize instruments and disinfect linen and furniture, etc.
Must understand the administration of medicines and the external application of remedies.
Treatment with heat and cold, including poultices and fomentations.
Know the incubation period and the early stages and the necessary period of isolation for measles, chickenpox, whooping-cough, mumps, influenza, scarlet diphtheria, smallpox and typhoid fever.
Know how to use a triangular and a many-tailed bandage and be able to instruct in roller bandaging.

1930 POR - Probationer Badge


Must understand the preparation of bed for patient, changing sheets, and prevention of bedsores.  Use of room and clinical thermometers.  Pulse and respiration.  Washing and dressing a patient.
Know the composition of inhaled and exhaled air, the cubic space required for the proper nursing of the sick, and the dangers of overcrowding.
Know the best methods of house sanitation, and the dangers of faulty drainage.
Know how eyes, teeth, ears and hair of patients should be cared for.
Know how to prepare most of the diets commonly ordered for invalids, and have an elementary knowledge of food values.
Know how to sterilize instruments and disinfect linen and furniture, etc.
Must understand the administration of medicines and the external application of remedies.
Treatment with heat and cold, including poultices and fomentations.
Know the incubation period and the early stages and the necessary period of isolation for measles, chickenpox, whooping-cough, mumps, influenza, scarlet diphtheria, smallpox and typhoid fever.
Know how to use a triangular and a many-tailed bandage and be able to instruct in roller bandaging.

1931 POR - Probationer Badge


Must understand the preparation of bed for patient, changing sheets, and prevention of bedsores.  Use of room and clinical thermometers.  Pulse and respiration.  Washing and dressing a patient.
Know the composition of inhaled and exhaled air, the cubic space required for the proper nursing of the sick, and the dangers of overcrowding.
Know the best methods of house sanitation, and the dangers of faulty drainage.
Know how eyes, teeth, ears and hair of patients should be cared for.
Know how to prepare most of the diets commonly ordered for invalids, and have an elementary knowledge of food values.
Know how to sterilize instruments and disinfect linen and furniture, etc.
Must understand the administration of medicines and the external application of remedies.
Treatment with heat and cold, including poultices and fomentations.
Know the incubation period and the early stages and the necessary period of isolation for measles, chickenpox, whooping-cough, mumps, influenza, scarlet diphtheria, smallpox and typhoid fever.
Know how to use a triangular and a many-tailed bandage and be able to instruct in roller bandaging.

1932 POR - Probationer Badge


Understand the preparation of bed for patient, changing sheets, and prevention of bedsores.  Use of room and clinical thermometers.  Pulse and respiration.  Washing and dressing a patient.
Know the composition of inhaled and exhaled air, the cubic space required for the proper nursing of the sick, and the dangers of overcrowding.
Know the best methods of house sanitation, and the dangers of faulty drainage.
Know how eyes, teeth, ears and hair of patients should be cared for.
Know how to prepare most of the diets commonly ordered for invalids, and have an elementary knowledge of food values.
Know how to sterilize instruments and disinfect linen and furniture, etc.
Understand the administration of medicines and the external application of remedies.
Treatment with heat and cold, including fomentations.
Know the general rules for nursing measles, chicken pox, whooping cough, mumps and influenza.  Know the incubation period and early stages, and the necessary period of isolation, for scarlet fever, diphtheria, smallpox and typhoid fever.
Know precautions necessary when dealing with a case of consumption at home.
Know how to use a triangular and a many-tailed bandage and be able to instruct in roller bandaging.

1935 POR - Probationer Badge


This badge will be awarded to Rangers gaining the following certificate: 

a) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the British Red Cross Society; 

or

b) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the St. John Ambulance Association; 

or

c) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the St. Andrew Ambulance Association.

1938 POR - Probationer Badge


This badge will be awarded to Rangers gaining the following certificate: 

1) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the British Red Cross Society; 

or

2) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the St. John Ambulance Association; 

or

3) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the St. Andrew Ambulance Association.

or

4) The Preliminary State Examination Certificate in General Nursing

or

5) The London County Council Certificate in Home Nursing (Senior).

Instruction and  examinations for all courses should be conducted only in accordance with the Ambulance Association concerned, who should be consulted in every case.

1938 Edition - Sea Sense (Sea Ranger Handbook) - this badge is available embroidered in blue, for Sea Rangers.

1939 POR - Probationer Badge


This badge will be awarded to Rangers gaining the following certificate: 

1) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the British Red Cross Society; 

or

2) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the St. John Ambulance Association; 

or

3) The Adult Home Nursing Certificate of the St. Andrew Ambulance Association.

or

4) The Preliminary State Examination Certificate in General Nursing

or

5) The London County Council Certificate in Home Nursing (Senior).

Instruction and  examinations for all courses should be conducted only in accordance with the Ambulance Association concerned, who should be consulted in every case.

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