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Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, electrocardiogram (ECG) machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and...
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Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, electrocardiogram (ECG) machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and staff are often in contact with these devices. Therefore, electric shock is always a risk in the healthcare setting. This course will teach you: •The basics of electricity •How and why electric shock occurs •How to identify and report electrical hazards •How to prevent electrical accidents
Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, electrocardiogram (ECG) machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and staff are often in contact with these devices. Therefore, electric shock is always a risk in the healthcare setting. This course will teach you: •The basics of electricity •How and why electric shock occurs •How to identify and report electrical hazards •How to prevent electrical accidents
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Produced by: HealthStream
Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, ECG machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and staff are often in...
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Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, ECG machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and staff are often in contact with these devices. Therefore, electric shock is always a risk in the healthcare setting. This course will teach you: •The basics of electricity •How and why electric shock occurs •How to identify and report electrical hazards •How to prevent electrical accidents
Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, ECG machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and staff are often in contact with these devices. Therefore, electric shock is always a risk in the healthcare setting. This course will teach you: •The basics of electricity •How and why electric shock occurs •How to identify and report electrical hazards •How to prevent electrical accidents
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Produced by: HealthStream
Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, electrocardiogram (ECG) machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and...
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Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, electrocardiogram (ECG) machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and staff are often in contact with these devices. Therefore, electric shock is always a risk in the healthcare setting. This course will teach you: •The basics of electricity •How and why electric shock occurs •How to identify and report electrical hazards •How to prevent electrical accidents
Most equipment in the healthcare setting is electric. For example, electrocardiogram (ECG) machines, bedside monitors, anesthesia machines, ventilators, and incubators all run on electricity. Patients and staff are often in contact with these devices. Therefore, electric shock is always a risk in the healthcare setting. This course will teach you: •The basics of electricity •How and why electric shock occurs •How to identify and report electrical hazards •How to prevent electrical accidents
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course addresses: •The basics of electricity •How and why electrical shock occurs •Reporting electrical hazards •Preventing electricity-related accidents
This course addresses: •The basics of electricity •How and why electrical shock occurs •Reporting electrical hazards •Preventing electricity-related accidents
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course addresses: •The basics of electricity •How and why electrical shock occurs •Reporting electrical hazards •Preventing electricity-related accidents
This course addresses: •The basics of electricity •How and why electrical shock occurs •Reporting electrical hazards •Preventing electricity-related accidents
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Produced by: HealthStream
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The...
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Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Peripheral & Cardiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of peripheral & cardiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Peripheral & Cardiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This...
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Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
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Produced by: HealthStream
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies This...
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Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
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Produced by: HealthStream
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This...
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Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
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Produced by: HealthStream
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies This...
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Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
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Produced by: HealthStream
The Emergency Preparedness Competency Exam is part of the "Core Competency" exam series. Topics covered in this exam include identifying facility hazards, identifying and following a facility’s emergency...
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The Emergency Preparedness Competency Exam is part of the "Core Competency" exam series. Topics covered in this exam include identifying facility hazards, identifying and following a facility’s emergency action plan, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and dealing with emergencies that might be encountered in a healthcare facility.
The Emergency Preparedness Competency Exam is part of the "Core Competency" exam series. Topics covered in this exam include identifying facility hazards, identifying and following a facility’s emergency action plan, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and dealing with emergencies that might be encountered in a healthcare facility.
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Produced by: Nurse Competency
This course is designed to help health care workers understand their role in providing continuous care for patients in the event of an emergency. At the completion of the course, learners...
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This course is designed to help health care workers understand their role in providing continuous care for patients in the event of an emergency. At the completion of the course, learners will: Recognize the types of emergencies and disasters that can impact health care facilities Understand the phases of emergency management Review the purpose of the Incident Command System Prepare for their role and responsibilities Review steps for preparing their own family Downloads of preparedness materials are available throughout the course.
This course is designed to help health care workers understand their role in providing continuous care for patients in the event of an emergency. At the completion of the course, learners will: Recognize the types of emergencies and disasters that can impact health care facilities Understand the phases of emergency management Review the purpose of the Incident Command System Prepare for their role and responsibilities Review steps for preparing their own family Downloads of preparedness materials are available throughout the course.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
This is an awareness-level course that helps healthcare workers understand their role in providing continuous care for existing patients and additional patients in the event of an emergency. This course...
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This is an awareness-level course that helps healthcare workers understand their role in providing continuous care for existing patients and additional patients in the event of an emergency. This course includes the National Incident Management System (NIMS) requirements for IS-700. The program is intended to be completed annually by healthcare facility personnel and is aligned with The Joint Commission and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
This is an awareness-level course that helps healthcare workers understand their role in providing continuous care for existing patients and additional patients in the event of an emergency. This course includes the National Incident Management System (NIMS) requirements for IS-700. The program is intended to be completed annually by healthcare facility personnel and is aligned with The Joint Commission and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
Today, more so than ever before, healthcare workers must be prepared to respond to a number of different emergency situations, including disasters, in which the number of patients requiring care exceeds...
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Today, more so than ever before, healthcare workers must be prepared to respond to a number of different emergency situations, including disasters, in which the number of patients requiring care exceeds available resources. This course is designed to give an overview of different types of disaster situations in an effort to help your organization build a solid Emergency Response Plan. Emphasis is placed on preparing workers to respond to an actual emergency event.
Today, more so than ever before, healthcare workers must be prepared to respond to a number of different emergency situations, including disasters, in which the number of patients requiring care exceeds available resources. This course is designed to give an overview of different types of disaster situations in an effort to help your organization build a solid Emergency Response Plan. Emphasis is placed on preparing workers to respond to an actual emergency event.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Today, more so than ever before, healthcare workers must be prepared to respond to a number of different emergency situations, including disasters, in which the number of patients requiring care exceeds...
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Today, more so than ever before, healthcare workers must be prepared to respond to a number of different emergency situations, including disasters, in which the number of patients requiring care exceeds available resources. This course is designed to give an overview of different types of disaster situations in an effort to help your organization build a solid Emergency Response Plan. Emphasis is placed on preparing workers to respond to an actual emergency event.
Today, more so than ever before, healthcare workers must be prepared to respond to a number of different emergency situations, including disasters, in which the number of patients requiring care exceeds available resources. This course is designed to give an overview of different types of disaster situations in an effort to help your organization build a solid Emergency Response Plan. Emphasis is placed on preparing workers to respond to an actual emergency event.
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Produced by: HealthStream
When the unexpected happens, how you respond to a frustrating situation can make a big difference in its outcome. This Challenge Series exercise explores how emotional intelligence competencies can help...
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When the unexpected happens, how you respond to a frustrating situation can make a big difference in its outcome. This Challenge Series exercise explores how emotional intelligence competencies can help individuals deal with complicated situations at work. The learner plays the role of a product manager at an electronics manufacturing company.
When the unexpected happens, how you respond to a frustrating situation can make a big difference in its outcome. This Challenge Series exercise explores how emotional intelligence competencies can help individuals deal with complicated situations at work. The learner plays the role of a product manager at an electronics manufacturing company.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Individuals, including residents in post-acute care, have the right to make decisions about their care. They have this right under the U.S. Constitution. They keep this right even when they are no longer able...
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Individuals, including residents in post-acute care, have the right to make decisions about their care. They have this right under the U.S. Constitution. They keep this right even when they are no longer able to communicate their decisions. An advance directive is a legally recognized document that helps protect this right. This course will help you: •Protect an individual’s rights related to advance directives •Embrace individualized care planning/person-centered care •Remain compliant with state and federal regulations on advance directives You will learn about: •Types of advance directives •When and how advance directives take effect •Your role in making sure that advance directives work
Individuals, including residents in post-acute care, have the right to make decisions about their care. They have this right under the U.S. Constitution. They keep this right even when they are no longer able to communicate their decisions. An advance directive is a legally recognized document that helps protect this right. This course will help you: •Protect an individual’s rights related to advance directives •Embrace individualized care planning/person-centered care •Remain compliant with state and federal regulations on advance directives You will learn about: •Types of advance directives •When and how advance directives take effect •Your role in making sure that advance directives work
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Produced by: HealthStream
Individuals, including residents in post-acute care, have the right to make decisions about their care. They have this right under the U.S. Constitution. They keep this right even when they are no longer able...
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Individuals, including residents in post-acute care, have the right to make decisions about their care. They have this right under the U.S. Constitution. They keep this right even when they are no longer able to communicate their decisions. An advance directive is a legally recognized document that helps protect this right. This course will help you: •Protect an individual’s rights related to advance directives •Embrace individualized care planning/person-centered care •Remain compliant with state and federal regulations on advance directives You will learn about: •Types of advance directives •When and how advance directives take effect •Your role in making sure that advance directives work
Individuals, including residents in post-acute care, have the right to make decisions about their care. They have this right under the U.S. Constitution. They keep this right even when they are no longer able to communicate their decisions. An advance directive is a legally recognized document that helps protect this right. This course will help you: •Protect an individual’s rights related to advance directives •Embrace individualized care planning/person-centered care •Remain compliant with state and federal regulations on advance directives You will learn about: •Types of advance directives •When and how advance directives take effect •Your role in making sure that advance directives work
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course by the National Institute on Aging is a thoughtful collection of facts suggestions and guidelines for caregivers of people facing death. Equally informative for family members and professional...
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This course by the National Institute on Aging is a thoughtful collection of facts suggestions and guidelines for caregivers of people facing death. Equally informative for family members and professional health care givers many end-of-life and post-death concerns are addressed with clarifying examples.
This course by the National Institute on Aging is a thoughtful collection of facts suggestions and guidelines for caregivers of people facing death. Equally informative for family members and professional health care givers many end-of-life and post-death concerns are addressed with clarifying examples.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
With the anticipation of death comes anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger, guilt, and other emotional responses. This anticipatory grieving is experienced by both the patient and the family. Dying patients...
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With the anticipation of death comes anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger, guilt, and other emotional responses. This anticipatory grieving is experienced by both the patient and the family. Dying patients require support for physical, psychosocial, emotional, and spiritual needs as they prepare for death. They often fear that they will die suffering, in pain, alone, and abandoned by their caregivers. Developing competence and striving for excellence in end-of-life care will help you: •Help patients have a “good death” •Calm the fears of dying patients •Support the patient’s family This course will help you learn important elements of excellent end-of-life care.
With the anticipation of death comes anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger, guilt, and other emotional responses. This anticipatory grieving is experienced by both the patient and the family. Dying patients require support for physical, psychosocial, emotional, and spiritual needs as they prepare for death. They often fear that they will die suffering, in pain, alone, and abandoned by their caregivers. Developing competence and striving for excellence in end-of-life care will help you: •Help patients have a “good death” •Calm the fears of dying patients •Support the patient’s family This course will help you learn important elements of excellent end-of-life care.
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Produced by: HealthStream
With the anticipation of death comes anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger, guilt, and other emotional responses. This anticipatory grieving is experienced by both the patient and the family. Dying patients...
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With the anticipation of death comes anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger, guilt, and other emotional responses. This anticipatory grieving is experienced by both the patient and the family. Dying patients require support for physical, psychosocial, emotional, and spiritual needs as they prepare for death. They often fear that they will die suffering, in pain, alone, and abandoned by their caregivers. Developing competence and striving for excellence in end-of-life care will help you: •Help patients have a “good death” •Calm the fears of dying patients •Support the patient’s family This course will help you learn important elements of excellent end-of-life care.
With the anticipation of death comes anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger, guilt, and other emotional responses. This anticipatory grieving is experienced by both the patient and the family. Dying patients require support for physical, psychosocial, emotional, and spiritual needs as they prepare for death. They often fear that they will die suffering, in pain, alone, and abandoned by their caregivers. Developing competence and striving for excellence in end-of-life care will help you: •Help patients have a “good death” •Calm the fears of dying patients •Support the patient’s family This course will help you learn important elements of excellent end-of-life care.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Visio 2007 provides the tools to create diagrams by adding shapes and text to create complex networking and business diagrams. This course will show how to position and manipulate shapes, alter views and page...
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Visio 2007 provides the tools to create diagrams by adding shapes and text to create complex networking and business diagrams. This course will show how to position and manipulate shapes, alter views and page orders, and manipulate text and text characteristics within Visio 2007 diagrams.
Visio 2007 provides the tools to create diagrams by adding shapes and text to create complex networking and business diagrams. This course will show how to position and manipulate shapes, alter views and page orders, and manipulate text and text characteristics within Visio 2007 diagrams.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
This course addresses the specific challenges of permanency planning with youth and highlights successful models and strategies by examining the: importance of focusing on youth and family connections;...
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This course addresses the specific challenges of permanency planning with youth and highlights successful models and strategies by examining the: importance of focusing on youth and family connections; federal legislation supporting youth permanency; strategies for permanency planning with youth; and barriers to permanency for youth.
This course addresses the specific challenges of permanency planning with youth and highlights successful models and strategies by examining the: importance of focusing on youth and family connections; federal legislation supporting youth permanency; strategies for permanency planning with youth; and barriers to permanency for youth.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
Anyone who has ever been in charge of others at work has wondered about their ability to manage a diverse workforce. This can be especially challenging in a long-term care facility because managers are not...
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Anyone who has ever been in charge of others at work has wondered about their ability to manage a diverse workforce. This can be especially challenging in a long-term care facility because managers are not only responsible for the people they supervise, they are also responsible for everyone under their team’s care. At the very least, managing a diverse workforce means following all federal, state, and local equal employment opportunity laws. But the real purpose of a diversity program is to create a positive workplace where no one feels they are at an advantage or disadvantage, leading to a happier, more productive workforce. This course discusses the relevant employment laws, how diversity is measured, and how to create a more diverse workforce.
Anyone who has ever been in charge of others at work has wondered about their ability to manage a diverse workforce. This can be especially challenging in a long-term care facility because managers are not only responsible for the people they supervise, they are also responsible for everyone under their team’s care. At the very least, managing a diverse workforce means following all federal, state, and local equal employment opportunity laws. But the real purpose of a diversity program is to create a positive workplace where no one feels they are at an advantage or disadvantage, leading to a happier, more productive workforce. This course discusses the relevant employment laws, how diversity is measured, and how to create a more diverse workforce.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
This course will teach you how to avoid work-related repetitive stress injury to your: •Wrists •Arms •Back •Other at-risk areas of your body You will learn: •Risk factors for injury •How good ergonomics...
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This course will teach you how to avoid work-related repetitive stress injury to your: •Wrists •Arms •Back •Other at-risk areas of your body You will learn: •Risk factors for injury •How good ergonomics can protect against injury
This course will teach you how to avoid work-related repetitive stress injury to your: •Wrists •Arms •Back •Other at-risk areas of your body You will learn: •Risk factors for injury •How good ergonomics can protect against injury
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Produced by: HealthStream