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Essentials of Pediatric Critical Care Orientation (EPCCO) is a 31 credit, comprehensive program providing a foundation for pediatric acute and critical care nursing education.
Essentials of Pediatric Critical Care Orientation (EPCCO) is a 31 credit, comprehensive program providing a foundation for pediatric acute and critical care nursing education.
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children's Hospital Association
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
Courses that go over all of the different types of customers in the healthcare industry and how these facilities contract with some of our country’s largest group purchasing organizations.
Courses that go over all of the different types of customers in the healthcare industry and how these facilities contract with some of our country’s largest group purchasing organizations.
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Produced by: Medical Distribution Solutions, Inc.
This course supports the 2014 AHA/ACC/HRS Guideline for the Management of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice...
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This course supports the 2014 AHA/ACC/HRS Guideline for the Management of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines and the Heart Rhythm Society, which was published in the journal Circulation in March 2014.
This course supports the 2014 AHA/ACC/HRS Guideline for the Management of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines and the Heart Rhythm Society, which was published in the journal Circulation in March 2014.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
The Heartsaver® Bloodborne Pathogens Online course is a self‐directed course designed to meet Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired...
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The Heartsaver® Bloodborne Pathogens Online course is a self‐directed course designed to meet Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site‐specific instruction. Primary Audience: This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood‐containing materials.
The Heartsaver® Bloodborne Pathogens Online course is a self‐directed course designed to meet Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site‐specific instruction. Primary Audience: This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood‐containing materials.
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Produced by: AHA - American Heart Association
The AHA’s Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation Course is an eLearning course that supports the 2014 AHA/ACC/HRS Guideline for the Management of Patients With Atrial Fibrillation: A Report of the American College...
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The AHA’s Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation Course is an eLearning course that supports the 2014 AHA/ACC/HRS Guideline for the Management of Patients With Atrial Fibrillation: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines and the Heart Rhythm Society, which was published in the journal Circulation in March 2014. The Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation Course is a self-paced, continuing education (CE) product that requires participants to work through six patient cases with review questions. The course teaches the background, pathophysiology, symptoms, diagnostic tools, treatment options, stroke risks and patient education for atrial fibrillation. Features six interactive modules that must be completed in order. Students must pass the online exam with a score of 84% or higher.
The AHA’s Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation Course is an eLearning course that supports the 2014 AHA/ACC/HRS Guideline for the Management of Patients With Atrial Fibrillation: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines and the Heart Rhythm Society, which was published in the journal Circulation in March 2014. The Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation Course is a self-paced, continuing education (CE) product that requires participants to work through six patient cases with review questions. The course teaches the background, pathophysiology, symptoms, diagnostic tools, treatment options, stroke risks and patient education for atrial fibrillation. Features six interactive modules that must be completed in order. Students must pass the online exam with a score of 84% or higher.
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Produced by: AHA - American Heart Association
Discover how pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can help prevent abuse of controlled substances, while ensuring an adequate supply for legitimate medical, scientific, and research needs. Working with the...
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Discover how pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can help prevent abuse of controlled substances, while ensuring an adequate supply for legitimate medical, scientific, and research needs. Working with the Drug Enforcement Administration through proper documentation of controlled substances is critical knowledge for everyone in the Pharmacy industry. The goal of this course is to provide learners with a broad overview of various forms used to document the supply and handling of controlled substances by registered parties and to provide guidelines for completing them properly. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
Discover how pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can help prevent abuse of controlled substances, while ensuring an adequate supply for legitimate medical, scientific, and research needs. Working with the Drug Enforcement Administration through proper documentation of controlled substances is critical knowledge for everyone in the Pharmacy industry. The goal of this course is to provide learners with a broad overview of various forms used to document the supply and handling of controlled substances by registered parties and to provide guidelines for completing them properly. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
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Produced by: DECG - Drug Education and Compliance Group, LLC
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians play a critical role in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s responsibility to prevent diversion and abuse of controlled substances, while ensuring an adequate and...
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Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians play a critical role in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s responsibility to prevent diversion and abuse of controlled substances, while ensuring an adequate and uninterrupted supply is available to meet the country’s legitimate medical, scientific, and research needs. The goal of this course is to teach learners regulations governing who is entitled to issue and fill controlled substance prescriptions and under what conditions. Using this information, learners will also be able to identify whether a prescription is legitimate or fraudulent. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians play a critical role in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s responsibility to prevent diversion and abuse of controlled substances, while ensuring an adequate and uninterrupted supply is available to meet the country’s legitimate medical, scientific, and research needs. The goal of this course is to teach learners regulations governing who is entitled to issue and fill controlled substance prescriptions and under what conditions. Using this information, learners will also be able to identify whether a prescription is legitimate or fraudulent. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
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Produced by: DECG - Drug Education and Compliance Group, LLC
The Drug Enforcement Administration now requires all handlers of Schedule II controlled substances to obtain and execute DEA Form 222*. This course is designed to help pharmacists, technicians, practitioners,...
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The Drug Enforcement Administration now requires all handlers of Schedule II controlled substances to obtain and execute DEA Form 222*. This course is designed to help pharmacists, technicians, practitioners, distributors, or researchers to understand proper DEA requirements and instructions for utilizing the DEA electronic Controlled Substance Ordering System – CSOS – to order schedule II controlled substances. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content. *This course covers the use of the electronic DEA Form 222. The process for using the paper form is covered in a separate course."
The Drug Enforcement Administration now requires all handlers of Schedule II controlled substances to obtain and execute DEA Form 222*. This course is designed to help pharmacists, technicians, practitioners, distributors, or researchers to understand proper DEA requirements and instructions for utilizing the DEA electronic Controlled Substance Ordering System – CSOS – to order schedule II controlled substances. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content. *This course covers the use of the electronic DEA Form 222. The process for using the paper form is covered in a separate course."
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Produced by: DECG - Drug Education and Compliance Group, LLC
This module is designed to help suppliers better understand the pharmaceutical supply chain and how it affects the selling process with an overview of key players, such as IDNs, GPOs and wholesalers, and...
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This module is designed to help suppliers better understand the pharmaceutical supply chain and how it affects the selling process with an overview of key players, such as IDNs, GPOs and wholesalers, and protocols for selling to pharmacy committees and other key contacts at IDNs, physician offices, independent hospitals and clinics. It also covers relevant federal government programs, the Orange Book and AB ratings, and some miscellaneous market issues and key terms.
This module is designed to help suppliers better understand the pharmaceutical supply chain and how it affects the selling process with an overview of key players, such as IDNs, GPOs and wholesalers, and protocols for selling to pharmacy committees and other key contacts at IDNs, physician offices, independent hospitals and clinics. It also covers relevant federal government programs, the Orange Book and AB ratings, and some miscellaneous market issues and key terms.
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Produced by: MDSI - Medical Distribution Solutions, Inc.
HeartCode® ACLS is an official, self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). HeartCode® ACLS Online Portion uses eSimulation technology to present realistic...
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HeartCode® ACLS is an official, self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). HeartCode® ACLS Online Portion uses eSimulation technology to present realistic patient scenarios. Students are presented with a team dynamics lesson, 10 ACLS hospital-based case scenarios, and a written exam (passing is 84% or better). While interacting with the program, students assess each patient, formulate a treatment plan based on ACLS 2015 guidelines, and provide treatment. Successful completion the Online Portion, the cognitive component, and the Hands-On Session, skills practice and testing with an AHA ACLS Instructor or a voice-assisted manikin (VAM) system, meets the requirements for obtaining an AHA ACLS Provider course completion card.
HeartCode® ACLS is an official, self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). HeartCode® ACLS Online Portion uses eSimulation technology to present realistic patient scenarios. Students are presented with a team dynamics lesson, 10 ACLS hospital-based case scenarios, and a written exam (passing is 84% or better). While interacting with the program, students assess each patient, formulate a treatment plan based on ACLS 2015 guidelines, and provide treatment. Successful completion the Online Portion, the cognitive component, and the Hands-On Session, skills practice and testing with an AHA ACLS Instructor or a voice-assisted manikin (VAM) system, meets the requirements for obtaining an AHA ACLS Provider course completion card.
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Produced by: Laerdal
HeartCode® BLS is an official, self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). This program uses eSimulation technology to present realistic patient scenarios....
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HeartCode® BLS is an official, self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). This program uses eSimulation technology to present realistic patient scenarios. Students can choose between a Prehospital Provider or an In-Facility Provider course. Students are presented with 5 BLS cases and an online multiple-choice written exam. While interacting with the program, students assess each patient, formulate a treatment plan based on 2015 BLS guidelines, and provide treatment. Successful completion of the Online Portion, the cognitive component, and the Hands-On Session, skills practice and testing with an AHA BLS Instructor or a voice-assisted manikin (VAM) system, are the requirements for obtaining an AHA BLS Healthcare Provider course completion card.
HeartCode® BLS is an official, self-directed, comprehensive eLearning program from the American Heart Association (AHA). This program uses eSimulation technology to present realistic patient scenarios. Students can choose between a Prehospital Provider or an In-Facility Provider course. Students are presented with 5 BLS cases and an online multiple-choice written exam. While interacting with the program, students assess each patient, formulate a treatment plan based on 2015 BLS guidelines, and provide treatment. Successful completion of the Online Portion, the cognitive component, and the Hands-On Session, skills practice and testing with an AHA BLS Instructor or a voice-assisted manikin (VAM) system, are the requirements for obtaining an AHA BLS Healthcare Provider course completion card.
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Produced by: Laerdal
HeartCode PALS has been designed to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently evaluate and effectively manage seriously ill infants and...
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HeartCode PALS has been designed to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently evaluate and effectively manage seriously ill infants and children. HeartCode® PALS Online Portion is a web-based, self-directed program that teaches healthcare providers knowledge and skills needed to recognize and prevent cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children. Using eSimulation technology, students assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings where they can apply their knowledge to real-time decision-making and skills development. Debriefings and coaching are provided immediately after each simulation to facilitate learning about pediatric advanced life support. After completing HeartCode PALS Online Portion, students must successfully complete a hands-on skills practice and testing session with an AHA PALS Instructor. Students will receive an AHA PALS course completion card, valid for two years, upon successful completion of all three parts.
HeartCode PALS has been designed to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently evaluate and effectively manage seriously ill infants and children. HeartCode® PALS Online Portion is a web-based, self-directed program that teaches healthcare providers knowledge and skills needed to recognize and prevent cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children. Using eSimulation technology, students assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings where they can apply their knowledge to real-time decision-making and skills development. Debriefings and coaching are provided immediately after each simulation to facilitate learning about pediatric advanced life support. After completing HeartCode PALS Online Portion, students must successfully complete a hands-on skills practice and testing session with an AHA PALS Instructor. Students will receive an AHA PALS course completion card, valid for two years, upon successful completion of all three parts.
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Produced by: Laerdal
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Produced by: Nurse Competency
The Pharmacology Competency Exam: Corrections RN includes dosage calculations for oral and parenteral medications, intravenous bolus, metric units, and infusion rates. There are also items testing the RN's...
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The Pharmacology Competency Exam: Corrections RN includes dosage calculations for oral and parenteral medications, intravenous bolus, metric units, and infusion rates. There are also items testing the RN's knowledge about routes of administration, characteristics of medications, abbreviations, drug/food interactions, patient teaching, and additional knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for RNs who administer medications as part of their job responsibilities in the corrections facilities.
The Pharmacology Competency Exam: Corrections RN includes dosage calculations for oral and parenteral medications, intravenous bolus, metric units, and infusion rates. There are also items testing the RN's knowledge about routes of administration, characteristics of medications, abbreviations, drug/food interactions, patient teaching, and additional knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for RNs who administer medications as part of their job responsibilities in the corrections facilities.
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Produced by: Nurse Competency
The Pharmacy Technician - Hospital Competency Test includes dosage calculations, drug classifications, treatment indications, dosage forms, scheduled medications, administration routes, aseptic technique,...
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The Pharmacy Technician - Hospital Competency Test includes dosage calculations, drug classifications, treatment indications, dosage forms, scheduled medications, administration routes, aseptic technique, pharmaceutical abbreviations, prescription labeling, regulatory agencies, pharmacy law, and additional knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for pharmacy technicians working in the hospital setting.
The Pharmacy Technician - Hospital Competency Test includes dosage calculations, drug classifications, treatment indications, dosage forms, scheduled medications, administration routes, aseptic technique, pharmaceutical abbreviations, prescription labeling, regulatory agencies, pharmacy law, and additional knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for pharmacy technicians working in the hospital setting.
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Produced by: Nurse Competency
The Pharmacy Technician - Retail Competency Test includes dosage calculations, drug classifications, treatment indications, dosage forms, scheduled medications, administration routes, DEA numbers, NDC...
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The Pharmacy Technician - Retail Competency Test includes dosage calculations, drug classifications, treatment indications, dosage forms, scheduled medications, administration routes, DEA numbers, NDC numbers, pharmaceutical abbreviations, prescription labeling, regulatory agencies, pharmacy law, and additional knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for pharmacy technicians working in the retail setting.
The Pharmacy Technician - Retail Competency Test includes dosage calculations, drug classifications, treatment indications, dosage forms, scheduled medications, administration routes, DEA numbers, NDC numbers, pharmaceutical abbreviations, prescription labeling, regulatory agencies, pharmacy law, and additional knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for pharmacy technicians working in the retail setting.
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Produced by: Nurse Competency
At times, critically ill children may require resuscitation and/or support of their cardiovascular systems. Vasoactive medications play a significant role in the treatment of children with such needs. This...
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At times, critically ill children may require resuscitation and/or support of their cardiovascular systems. Vasoactive medications play a significant role in the treatment of children with such needs. This course provides an overview of the various vasoactive agents and their effects. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (ANCC) 1]
At times, critically ill children may require resuscitation and/or support of their cardiovascular systems. Vasoactive medications play a significant role in the treatment of children with such needs. This course provides an overview of the various vasoactive agents and their effects. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (ANCC) 1]
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children’s Hospital Association
Accountability is crucial when pharmacies handle controlled substances. Every pharmacy must keep records of all controlled substances that are purchased, received, dispensed, stored, transferred, and disposed...
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Accountability is crucial when pharmacies handle controlled substances. Every pharmacy must keep records of all controlled substances that are purchased, received, dispensed, stored, transferred, and disposed of on a daily basis to prevent theft and diversion. The goal of this course is to familiarize learners with the DEA’s procedures for ensuring security of controlled substances within the pharmacy setting. It also provides basic tools needed to ensure controlled-substance accountability, such as tracking the flow of controlled substances to reduce the security risk of diversion, using DEA forms to document and inventory controlled substances, and limiting the number of individuals authorized to handle controlled substances. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
Accountability is crucial when pharmacies handle controlled substances. Every pharmacy must keep records of all controlled substances that are purchased, received, dispensed, stored, transferred, and disposed of on a daily basis to prevent theft and diversion. The goal of this course is to familiarize learners with the DEA’s procedures for ensuring security of controlled substances within the pharmacy setting. It also provides basic tools needed to ensure controlled-substance accountability, such as tracking the flow of controlled substances to reduce the security risk of diversion, using DEA forms to document and inventory controlled substances, and limiting the number of individuals authorized to handle controlled substances. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
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Produced by: DECG - Drug Education and Compliance Group, LLC
To direct the distribution of Schedule II control substances, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) requires the correct use of DEA Form 222*. Obtaining and using these forms requires strict adherence to...
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To direct the distribution of Schedule II control substances, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) requires the correct use of DEA Form 222*. Obtaining and using these forms requires strict adherence to several guidelines. This course is designed is to ensure awareness and compliance of these DEA’s requirements. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content. *This course covers the use of the paper DEA Form 222. The process for using the electronic form is covered in a separate course."
To direct the distribution of Schedule II control substances, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) requires the correct use of DEA Form 222*. Obtaining and using these forms requires strict adherence to several guidelines. This course is designed is to ensure awareness and compliance of these DEA’s requirements. Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content. *This course covers the use of the paper DEA Form 222. The process for using the electronic form is covered in a separate course."
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Produced by: DECG - Drug Education and Compliance Group, LLC
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are a crucial part of the United States’ “closed system” of controlled substance distribution. They play a critical role in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s...
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Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are a crucial part of the United States’ “closed system” of controlled substance distribution. They play a critical role in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s responsibility to both prevent diversion and abuse of controlled substances while ensuring an adequate and uninterrupted supply is available to meet the country’s legitimate medical, scientific, and research needs. The goal of this course is to introduce learners to the DEA, and to provide a better understanding of its role in healthcare. Identify important elements of the Controlled Substances Act List the process and criteria of drug scheduling Describe relevant sections of the Code of Federal Regulations and U.S. Code Explain the purpose of the DEA List the units within the Office of Diversion Control Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are a crucial part of the United States’ “closed system” of controlled substance distribution. They play a critical role in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s responsibility to both prevent diversion and abuse of controlled substances while ensuring an adequate and uninterrupted supply is available to meet the country’s legitimate medical, scientific, and research needs. The goal of this course is to introduce learners to the DEA, and to provide a better understanding of its role in healthcare. Identify important elements of the Controlled Substances Act List the process and criteria of drug scheduling Describe relevant sections of the Code of Federal Regulations and U.S. Code Explain the purpose of the DEA List the units within the Office of Diversion Control Learners take a final assessment to demonstrate their mastery of course content.
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Produced by: DECG - Drug Education and Compliance Group, LLC