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This checklist verifies the learner's ability to apply evidence-based practices for sterilization.
This checklist verifies the learner's ability to apply evidence-based practices for sterilization.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
This checklist verifies the learner's ability to apply evidence-based practices for sterilization.
This checklist verifies the learner's ability to apply evidence-based practices for sterilization.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for the safe use of electrosurgery equipment.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for the safe use of electrosurgery equipment.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for management of cardiac arrest in the perioperative practice setting.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for management of cardiac arrest in the perioperative practice setting.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for fire safety in the perioperative practice setting.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for fire safety in the perioperative practice setting.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for the safe use of laser equipment.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for the safe use of laser equipment.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for recognizing, preparing for, and managing a Malignant Hyperthermia crisis in the perioperative setting.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for recognizing, preparing for, and managing a Malignant Hyperthermia crisis in the perioperative setting.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for preventing retained surgical items in the perioperative practice setting.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about best practices for preventing retained surgical items in the perioperative practice setting.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for processing various types of reusable flexible endoscopes and accessories.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for processing various types of reusable flexible endoscopes and accessories.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for Radiation Safety
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge about evidence-base practices for Radiation Safety
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge evidence-based best practices for specimen management.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge evidence-based best practices for specimen management.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge evidence-based practices for sterilization.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge evidence-based practices for sterilization.
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This exam assesses the learner's knowledge evidence-based practices for sterilization.
This exam assesses the learner's knowledge evidence-based practices for sterilization.
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In this course, topics such as capital budgeting and managerial decision-making provide the OR manager with the concepts, procedures, and analytical skills needed to make sound financial decisions in today's...
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In this course, topics such as capital budgeting and managerial decision-making provide the OR manager with the concepts, procedures, and analytical skills needed to make sound financial decisions in today's complex business environment. In addition, information is presented that a nurse manager must have in order to view their patient care units as viable businesses and be able to react to financial changes.
In this course, topics such as capital budgeting and managerial decision-making provide the OR manager with the concepts, procedures, and analytical skills needed to make sound financial decisions in today's complex business environment. In addition, information is presented that a nurse manager must have in order to view their patient care units as viable businesses and be able to react to financial changes.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Nurse Managers need not only be good caregivers, but also need to be good business managers. The level of responsibility that nurse managers have for the financial management of their units has increased...
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Nurse Managers need not only be good caregivers, but also need to be good business managers. The level of responsibility that nurse managers have for the financial management of their units has increased exponentially. This course teaches the language of finance and provides an overview of financial statements. More importantly, by the completion of this course you will have the skills to put this financial knowledge to practical use.
Nurse Managers need not only be good caregivers, but also need to be good business managers. The level of responsibility that nurse managers have for the financial management of their units has increased exponentially. This course teaches the language of finance and provides an overview of financial statements. More importantly, by the completion of this course you will have the skills to put this financial knowledge to practical use.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to practical statistical concepts and tools that will help you overcome your fears about using statistics. It is also our hope that it will spark an...
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The purpose of this course is to introduce you to practical statistical concepts and tools that will help you overcome your fears about using statistics. It is also our hope that it will spark an interest/desire to learn more about this area from specific resources, articles, and continuing education. Simply stated, statistics are a way to use numerical information for your benefit and ultimately for the benefit of those you serve
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to practical statistical concepts and tools that will help you overcome your fears about using statistics. It is also our hope that it will spark an interest/desire to learn more about this area from specific resources, articles, and continuing education. Simply stated, statistics are a way to use numerical information for your benefit and ultimately for the benefit of those you serve
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Customer satisfaction is an important part of any business. Are You Listening to your Customers? discusses formal and informal techniques that help you to capture customer requirements.
Customer satisfaction is an important part of any business. Are You Listening to your Customers? discusses formal and informal techniques that help you to capture customer requirements.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Learning Game that reviews survey related principles.
Learning Game that reviews survey related principles.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Understanding the nuances of income statements is critical for business analysts and investors. And of all the components of a balance sheet, nonrecurring items require special attention because of their...
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Understanding the nuances of income statements is critical for business analysts and investors. And of all the components of a balance sheet, nonrecurring items require special attention because of their temporal significance. This Business Impact explores two types of nonrecurring items: Unusual or Infrequent Items and Extraordinary Items.
Understanding the nuances of income statements is critical for business analysts and investors. And of all the components of a balance sheet, nonrecurring items require special attention because of their temporal significance. This Business Impact explores two types of nonrecurring items: Unusual or Infrequent Items and Extraordinary Items.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Given the fierce competition for investor capital, it's imperative that companies position themselves as the most profitable and desirable venture available. This Business Impact explores the specific...
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Given the fierce competition for investor capital, it's imperative that companies position themselves as the most profitable and desirable venture available. This Business Impact explores the specific documents and ratios that potential shareholders seek in making investment decisions.
Given the fierce competition for investor capital, it's imperative that companies position themselves as the most profitable and desirable venture available. This Business Impact explores the specific documents and ratios that potential shareholders seek in making investment decisions.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for nursing management of Autonomic Dysreflexia.
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for nursing management of Autonomic Dysreflexia.
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Produced by: ARN - Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
Nothing reinforces instruction better than actual case studies. This is especially true of interventional radiology 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 interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR 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 interventional radiology coding, which comes with some of the most complicated rules in all of medicine. The Interventional Radiology Case Studies contain documentation from actual IR procedures, so you can better understand how to correctly assign both CPT® and ICD-9 codes.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Robbery is the first thing that comes to mind when bank branch security is mentioned. However, bank security involves much more than just robbery prevention. Banks face a variety of security threats,...
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Robbery is the first thing that comes to mind when bank branch security is mentioned. However, bank security involves much more than just robbery prevention. Banks face a variety of security threats, including forces of nature, human error or failure, and fraud and information security threats, among others. Physical branch security measures play a critical role in a bank's security, as do specific responses to bank robberies. Establishing a fraud prevention strategy is vital for bank branch security, along with training and compliance considerations. This course will cover aspects of bank branch security threats, including forces of nature, robberies, human error, and fraud and information security. It will address issues of physical threats to security, and how to put security measures in place to reduce the risk of security breaches. It includes guidelines on specific responses to bank robberies, and on establishing a fraud prevention strategy, including the importance of knowing your customers. The course also covers elements of bank teller training, and regulatory compliance and audits.
Robbery is the first thing that comes to mind when bank branch security is mentioned. However, bank security involves much more than just robbery prevention. Banks face a variety of security threats, including forces of nature, human error or failure, and fraud and information security threats, among others. Physical branch security measures play a critical role in a bank's security, as do specific responses to bank robberies. Establishing a fraud prevention strategy is vital for bank branch security, along with training and compliance considerations. This course will cover aspects of bank branch security threats, including forces of nature, robberies, human error, and fraud and information security. It will address issues of physical threats to security, and how to put security measures in place to reduce the risk of security breaches. It includes guidelines on specific responses to bank robberies, and on establishing a fraud prevention strategy, including the importance of knowing your customers. The course also covers elements of bank teller training, and regulatory compliance and audits.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
There are many risks facing banks: home owners defaulting on mortgages, interest changes impacting the value of a bank's loans, human error, and natural disasters, among many others. One of the main...
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There are many risks facing banks: home owners defaulting on mortgages, interest changes impacting the value of a bank's loans, human error, and natural disasters, among many others. One of the main categories of risk a bank faces is operational risk. This includes process-related risks, process execution and delivery risks, external and internal fraud risks, damage to asset risks, and business system risks. Another category of risk is credit risk, the likelihood that borrowers might not fulfill their contracts, and the value that could be recovered by the bank if a borrower defaults. The way to reduce or mitigate these risks is to have an effective risk management plan to deal with operational and credit risks. This course examines the basics of risk management. It covers the causes of operational risk and how to manage it. It also covers the basics of credit risk, the common credit products, and how to manage credit risk.
There are many risks facing banks: home owners defaulting on mortgages, interest changes impacting the value of a bank's loans, human error, and natural disasters, among many others. One of the main categories of risk a bank faces is operational risk. This includes process-related risks, process execution and delivery risks, external and internal fraud risks, damage to asset risks, and business system risks. Another category of risk is credit risk, the likelihood that borrowers might not fulfill their contracts, and the value that could be recovered by the bank if a borrower defaults. The way to reduce or mitigate these risks is to have an effective risk management plan to deal with operational and credit risks. This course examines the basics of risk management. It covers the causes of operational risk and how to manage it. It also covers the basics of credit risk, the common credit products, and how to manage credit risk.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Internal controls and banking technology rely on each other to mitigate risks, and at the same time, drive innovation in banking technology and services. Internal controls are used to achieve operational...
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Internal controls and banking technology rely on each other to mitigate risks, and at the same time, drive innovation in banking technology and services. Internal controls are used to achieve operational success by increasing efficiency, consistency, reporting accuracy, and compliance. Banking technology is constantly evolving to suit the needs of banks and their customers. An effective interrelation between internal controls and banking technology helps achieve operational success. This course covers the basics of internal bank control, including major internal control objectives for banks, typical control framework characteristics, and types of controls. It will also cover the scope of control and will differentiate responsibilities between the internal control groups. Furthermore, the course describes banking technology, including the evolution of banking technology, e-banking, current integrated architecture, and current and future trends in technology.
Internal controls and banking technology rely on each other to mitigate risks, and at the same time, drive innovation in banking technology and services. Internal controls are used to achieve operational success by increasing efficiency, consistency, reporting accuracy, and compliance. Banking technology is constantly evolving to suit the needs of banks and their customers. An effective interrelation between internal controls and banking technology helps achieve operational success. This course covers the basics of internal bank control, including major internal control objectives for banks, typical control framework characteristics, and types of controls. It will also cover the scope of control and will differentiate responsibilities between the internal control groups. Furthermore, the course describes banking technology, including the evolution of banking technology, e-banking, current integrated architecture, and current and future trends in technology.
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Produced by: SkillSoft