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Understanding and interpreting cardiac rhythms can prove to be more challenging than anticipated. Basic ECG Interpretation (ECG) equips nurses with knowledge essential for quickly identifying potential...
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Understanding and interpreting cardiac rhythms can prove to be more challenging than anticipated. Basic ECG Interpretation (ECG) equips nurses with knowledge essential for quickly identifying potential cardiac threats and responding appropriately — which promotes optimal patient outcomes.
Understanding and interpreting cardiac rhythms can prove to be more challenging than anticipated. Basic ECG Interpretation (ECG) equips nurses with knowledge essential for quickly identifying potential cardiac threats and responding appropriately — which promotes optimal patient outcomes.
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Produced by: American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)
Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
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Produced by: Ed4Online
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to recognize error prone situations. It is recommended for all employees.
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to recognize error prone situations. It is recommended for all employees.
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Produced by: echelon
Gerontology and Aging enables any organization to understand and care for end-of-life concerns, social lives, and address the business challenges and care topics of long-term care organizations.
Gerontology and Aging enables any organization to understand and care for end-of-life concerns, social lives, and address the business challenges and care topics of long-term care organizations.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Essentials of Neonatal Critical Care Orientation (ENCCO) is a 22 credit comprehensive program which provides a foundation for neonatal acute and critical care nursing education.
Essentials of Neonatal Critical Care Orientation (ENCCO) is a 22 credit comprehensive program which provides a foundation for neonatal acute and critical care nursing education.
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children's Hospital Association
Essentials of Pediatric Acute Care Orientation (EPACO) uniquely bridges the knowledge gap between what clinicians learn in school and what is expected of them in treating hospitalized children. These...
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Essentials of Pediatric Acute Care Orientation (EPACO) uniquely bridges the knowledge gap between what clinicians learn in school and what is expected of them in treating hospitalized children. These CE-approved online modules ensure all orientees receive evidence-based, standardized education with content that is continually reviewed and updated.
Essentials of Pediatric Acute Care Orientation (EPACO) uniquely bridges the knowledge gap between what clinicians learn in school and what is expected of them in treating hospitalized children. These CE-approved online modules ensure all orientees receive evidence-based, standardized education with content that is continually reviewed and updated.
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children's Hospital Association
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
Front office business skills for Post-Acute organizations
Front office business skills for Post-Acute organizations
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Produced by: Ed4Online
This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
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
Developing good managers and great leaders in healthcare
Developing good managers and great leaders in healthcare
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
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Produced by: Ed4Online
AACN: Basic ECG Interpretation 2.0 is the latest addition to AACN's E-Learning Curriculum. This comprehensive 6.5-hour course is available on the same AACN web-based training platform. It includes 10 lessons...
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AACN: Basic ECG Interpretation 2.0 is the latest addition to AACN's E-Learning Curriculum. This comprehensive 6.5-hour course is available on the same AACN web-based training platform. It includes 10 lessons divided into two modules. The first module contains four lessons that serve as a foundation for the second module on dysrhythmia analysis and interpretation. The course covers cardiac anatomy and physiology, ECG equipment, lead placement, ECG waveforms and intervals, and troubleshooting pacemakers. Features real-life case studies to deepen learner understanding and sharpen clinical skills. Provides in-depth, interactive content with rich graphics and animations that keep learners engaged. Includes a comprehensive online notebook with objectives, outlines, glossary, and additional case studies and practice strips. Equips nurses with knowledge essential for quickly identifying potential cardiac threats and responding appropriately — which promotes optimal patient outcomes. Ideal for critical care nurses, cardiac technicians and other healthcare professionals working with monitored patients.
AACN: Basic ECG Interpretation 2.0 is the latest addition to AACN's E-Learning Curriculum. This comprehensive 6.5-hour course is available on the same AACN web-based training platform. It includes 10 lessons divided into two modules. The first module contains four lessons that serve as a foundation for the second module on dysrhythmia analysis and interpretation. The course covers cardiac anatomy and physiology, ECG equipment, lead placement, ECG waveforms and intervals, and troubleshooting pacemakers. Features real-life case studies to deepen learner understanding and sharpen clinical skills. Provides in-depth, interactive content with rich graphics and animations that keep learners engaged. Includes a comprehensive online notebook with objectives, outlines, glossary, and additional case studies and practice strips. Equips nurses with knowledge essential for quickly identifying potential cardiac threats and responding appropriately — which promotes optimal patient outcomes. Ideal for critical care nurses, cardiac technicians and other healthcare professionals working with monitored patients.
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Produced by: AACN - American Association of Critical-Care Nurses
The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US...
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The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens course teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction. Upon completion of the online course, students receive a course completion certificate that can be presented to their employer. There are no skills test or skills demonstration at the end of this course; however, the AHA provides an optional written exam if the employer requires an exam for completion. Primary Audience: The Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Course was designed specifically for workers with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, and tattoo artists.
The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens course teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction. Upon completion of the online course, students receive a course completion certificate that can be presented to their employer. There are no skills test or skills demonstration at the end of this course; however, the AHA provides an optional written exam if the employer requires an exam for completion. Primary Audience: The Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Course was designed specifically for workers with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, and tattoo artists.
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Produced by: AHA - American Heart Association
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the inter-professional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care...
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Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the inter-professional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand the risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the inter-professional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand the risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
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Produced by: Duke University
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the interprofessional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care...
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Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the interprofessional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the interprofessional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
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Produced by: Duke University
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the inter-professional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care...
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Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the inter-professional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand the risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the inter-professional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand the risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
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Produced by: Duke University
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the interprofessional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care...
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Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the interprofessional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand the risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
Care Transitions can be defined as a set of actions taken by the interprofessional team that are intended to ensure coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different care settings or providers, or different levels of care within the same setting as a patient’s condition changes. This module equips teams to understand the risks associated with transition, effective interventions and communication strategies, and the role they can play in optimizing patient care outcomes.
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Produced by: Duke University
Self-Evaluation
Self-Evaluation
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Produced by: Nurse Competency
Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less...
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Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less isolated and can improve their sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of any healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet the needs of those for whom they care.
Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less isolated and can improve their sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of any healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet the needs of those for whom they care.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with their patients, they may feel less isolated and have an...
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Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with their patients, they may feel less isolated and have an improved sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication, especially when patients lose some or all ability to hear the spoken word. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of the healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet patient needs.
Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with their patients, they may feel less isolated and have an improved sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication, especially when patients lose some or all ability to hear the spoken word. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of the healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet patient needs.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
In an effort to improve patient outcomes, hospitals, and health care centers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive...
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In an effort to improve patient outcomes, hospitals, and health care centers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive health services. The efforts of health care centers to implement quality improvement measures have been found to result not only in better care for at-risk populations but also to enhance patient experiences throughout their care. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the nursing and medical field. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting, discussing the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports and barriers to compliance. Lastly, new methods to critical incident reporting which may improve its effectiveness will be discussed.
In an effort to improve patient outcomes, hospitals, and health care centers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive health services. The efforts of health care centers to implement quality improvement measures have been found to result not only in better care for at-risk populations but also to enhance patient experiences throughout their care. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the nursing and medical field. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting, discussing the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports and barriers to compliance. Lastly, new methods to critical incident reporting which may improve its effectiveness will be discussed.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
In an effort to improve patient outcomes, hospitals, and health care centers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive...
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In an effort to improve patient outcomes, hospitals, and health care centers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive health services. The efforts of health care centers to implement quality improvement measures have been found to result not only in better care for at-risk populations but also to enhance patient experiences throughout their care. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the nursing and medical field. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting, discussing the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports and barriers to compliance. Lastly, new methods to critical incident reporting which may improve its effectiveness will be discussed.
In an effort to improve patient outcomes, hospitals, and health care centers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive health services. The efforts of health care centers to implement quality improvement measures have been found to result not only in better care for at-risk populations but also to enhance patient experiences throughout their care. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the nursing and medical field. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting, discussing the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports and barriers to compliance. Lastly, new methods to critical incident reporting which may improve its effectiveness will be discussed.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
In an effort to improve patient outcomes, health care providers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive health services....
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In an effort to improve patient outcomes, health care providers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive health services. The efforts of health care providers to implement quality improvement measures have been found to result not only in better care for at risk populations but also to enhance patient experiences throughout their care. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the nursing and medical field, including home health care settings. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting, discussing the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports and barriers to compliance. Lastly, new methods to critical incident reporting which may improve its effectiveness will be discussed.
In an effort to improve patient outcomes, health care providers around the country have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive health services. The efforts of health care providers to implement quality improvement measures have been found to result not only in better care for at risk populations but also to enhance patient experiences throughout their care. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the nursing and medical field, including home health care settings. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting, discussing the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports and barriers to compliance. Lastly, new methods to critical incident reporting which may improve its effectiveness will be discussed.
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Produced by: Ed4Online