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This program teaches essential skills needed when caring for someone on bedrest. Topics include principles of body mechanics, how to move and position someone in bed, how to make an occupied bed, and more.
This program teaches essential skills needed when caring for someone on bedrest. Topics include principles of body mechanics, how to move and position someone in bed, how to make an occupied bed, and more.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This program defines the complexities of elder abuse and the different forms of abuse: physical, sexual, neglect, self-neglect, emotional or psychological, financial, and abandonment. Each form is defined and...
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This program defines the complexities of elder abuse and the different forms of abuse: physical, sexual, neglect, self-neglect, emotional or psychological, financial, and abandonment. Each form is defined and the signs and symptoms of that form of abuse are identified.
This program defines the complexities of elder abuse and the different forms of abuse: physical, sexual, neglect, self-neglect, emotional or psychological, financial, and abandonment. Each form is defined and the signs and symptoms of that form of abuse are identified.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This program describes HIPAA guidelines and teaches home care providers about the importance of maintaining confidentiality in a variety of settings.
This program describes HIPAA guidelines and teaches home care providers about the importance of maintaining confidentiality in a variety of settings.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This program teaches home care personnel and family caregivers the principles of body mechanics and the importance of learning to move correctly in order to avoid injury.
This program teaches home care personnel and family caregivers the principles of body mechanics and the importance of learning to move correctly in order to avoid injury.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This program teaches about hearing loss and presents communication that can help improve quality of care and reduce frustration for the patient/client and care provider.
This program teaches about hearing loss and presents communication that can help improve quality of care and reduce frustration for the patient/client and care provider.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This program defines aphasia and its effects on family members and the person with aphasia, as well as teaching techniques to increase effective communication.
This program defines aphasia and its effects on family members and the person with aphasia, as well as teaching techniques to increase effective communication.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This program defines the beginning stages of Alzheimer's disease. Topics include repetitive questions, doing chores, aggressive behavior, answering difficult questions and the use of language and other forms...
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This program defines the beginning stages of Alzheimer's disease. Topics include repetitive questions, doing chores, aggressive behavior, answering difficult questions and the use of language and other forms of communication.
This program defines the beginning stages of Alzheimer's disease. Topics include repetitive questions, doing chores, aggressive behavior, answering difficult questions and the use of language and other forms of communication.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This course teaches the need for cultural competence in all areas of health care. Topics include personal space, eye contact, touch, gestures, verbal communication style, time orientation and beliefs about...
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This course teaches the need for cultural competence in all areas of health care. Topics include personal space, eye contact, touch, gestures, verbal communication style, time orientation and beliefs about medicine, illness and health. Interviews with experts in the field provide further insight into the impact of culture on health care.
This course teaches the need for cultural competence in all areas of health care. Topics include personal space, eye contact, touch, gestures, verbal communication style, time orientation and beliefs about medicine, illness and health. Interviews with experts in the field provide further insight into the impact of culture on health care.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This program focuses on the challenges and difficult topics that caregivers must address as Alzheimer's disease progresses. Topics include: changes that occur in mid to late stage, core principles in...
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This program focuses on the challenges and difficult topics that caregivers must address as Alzheimer's disease progresses. Topics include: changes that occur in mid to late stage, core principles in Alzheimer's care, activities, tolerance levels and more.
This program focuses on the challenges and difficult topics that caregivers must address as Alzheimer's disease progresses. Topics include: changes that occur in mid to late stage, core principles in Alzheimer's care, activities, tolerance levels and more.
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education
This course describes the guiding principles of mental health care explains how to find mental health care and the different treatment settings where VA offers mental health care. In addition information...
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This course describes the guiding principles of mental health care explains how to find mental health care and the different treatment settings where VA offers mental health care. In addition information about the types of treatments available for the most common mental health problems of Veterans (such as depression substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder) and special programs offered for particular groups of Veterans are provided. Finally the mental health services that VA hospitals and clinics are required to provide are discussed.
This course describes the guiding principles of mental health care explains how to find mental health care and the different treatment settings where VA offers mental health care. In addition information about the types of treatments available for the most common mental health problems of Veterans (such as depression substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder) and special programs offered for particular groups of Veterans are provided. Finally the mental health services that VA hospitals and clinics are required to provide are discussed.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
This course was developed from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration publication which: presents information on the disease that behavioral health treatment professionals need to know...
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This course was developed from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration publication which: presents information on the disease that behavioral health treatment professionals need to know when working with clients who have or may have hepatitis; provides factual information on the disease in language that can be readily understood by professionals without a medical background; addresses issues such as hepatitis prevention screening treatment and coordination of client care; emphasizes the need for close collaboration between medical and behavioral health treatment providers in working with clients who have both hepatitis and an SUD.
This course was developed from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration publication which: presents information on the disease that behavioral health treatment professionals need to know when working with clients who have or may have hepatitis; provides factual information on the disease in language that can be readily understood by professionals without a medical background; addresses issues such as hepatitis prevention screening treatment and coordination of client care; emphasizes the need for close collaboration between medical and behavioral health treatment providers in working with clients who have both hepatitis and an SUD.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
This course is based on a chapter taken from TIP manual #53: Addressing Viral Hepatitis in People with Substance Use Disorders by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. This chapter covers a...
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This course is based on a chapter taken from TIP manual #53: Addressing Viral Hepatitis in People with Substance Use Disorders by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. This chapter covers a basic overview of Viral Hepatitis A, B, and C.
This course is based on a chapter taken from TIP manual #53: Addressing Viral Hepatitis in People with Substance Use Disorders by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. This chapter covers a basic overview of Viral Hepatitis A, B, and C.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
This course describes how rheumatoid arthritis develops how it is diagnosed and how it is treated including what people can do to help manage their disease. It also highlights current research efforts...
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This course describes how rheumatoid arthritis develops how it is diagnosed and how it is treated including what people can do to help manage their disease. It also highlights current research efforts supported by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) and other components of the U.S. Department of Health an Human Services' National Institutes of Health (NIH).
This course describes how rheumatoid arthritis develops how it is diagnosed and how it is treated including what people can do to help manage their disease. It also highlights current research efforts supported by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) and other components of the U.S. Department of Health an Human Services' National Institutes of Health (NIH).
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
This course provides background on women and trauma by taking an important first step of describing the level of violence against women and girls in our society and exploring its consequences. This course...
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This course provides background on women and trauma by taking an important first step of describing the level of violence against women and girls in our society and exploring its consequences. This course illustrates the importance of listening to and incorporating the voices of people who have been directly impacted by trauma and describes "trauma-informed care" a new approach to addressing trauma that can be implemented in any setting. This course also provides an introduction to the key issues facing each participating agency with statistics documenting the impact of violence against women and girls on their mission and information on how each department is responding.
This course provides background on women and trauma by taking an important first step of describing the level of violence against women and girls in our society and exploring its consequences. This course illustrates the importance of listening to and incorporating the voices of people who have been directly impacted by trauma and describes "trauma-informed care" a new approach to addressing trauma that can be implemented in any setting. This course also provides an introduction to the key issues facing each participating agency with statistics documenting the impact of violence against women and girls on their mission and information on how each department is responding.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
The Action Steps for Improving Women's Mental Health represent a collaborative effort of women's health experts across multiple agencies and offices. Its purpose is to spur positive changes. The hope is that...
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The Action Steps for Improving Women's Mental Health represent a collaborative effort of women's health experts across multiple agencies and offices. Its purpose is to spur positive changes. The hope is that policy planners healthcare providers researchers and others will take up its suggested actions and help translate them into reality. This manual is full of helpful and beneficial information. Even the appendix pages were used in the course development.
The Action Steps for Improving Women's Mental Health represent a collaborative effort of women's health experts across multiple agencies and offices. Its purpose is to spur positive changes. The hope is that policy planners healthcare providers researchers and others will take up its suggested actions and help translate them into reality. This manual is full of helpful and beneficial information. Even the appendix pages were used in the course development.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
Service providers have long struggled with finding effective ways to provide services and interventions to youth at-risk for a range of negative outcomes including substance related disorders, mental illness,...
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Service providers have long struggled with finding effective ways to provide services and interventions to youth at-risk for a range of negative outcomes including substance related disorders, mental illness, and criminal activity. Strength-based approaches to treatment create the opportunity for positive outcomes and promote resiliency for at-risk youth. Strength-based approaches recognize that all youth have strengths and that these strengths can be used to create positive behavioral change. Furthermore, strength-based approaches are useful for increasing the self-efficacy of youth and developing a therapeutic alliance between youth and the professionals involved in their treatment. A strength-based approach is a necessary departure from problem-based perspectives often used in the behavioral health field. Problem focused treatment often fails to empower youth by preventing them the option to choose their own goals or identify objectives that will benefit them. This course will define a strength-based approach to working with youth, explore how it differs from a problem-based approach, and review techniques for applying strength-based approaches.
Service providers have long struggled with finding effective ways to provide services and interventions to youth at-risk for a range of negative outcomes including substance related disorders, mental illness, and criminal activity. Strength-based approaches to treatment create the opportunity for positive outcomes and promote resiliency for at-risk youth. Strength-based approaches recognize that all youth have strengths and that these strengths can be used to create positive behavioral change. Furthermore, strength-based approaches are useful for increasing the self-efficacy of youth and developing a therapeutic alliance between youth and the professionals involved in their treatment. A strength-based approach is a necessary departure from problem-based perspectives often used in the behavioral health field. Problem focused treatment often fails to empower youth by preventing them the option to choose their own goals or identify objectives that will benefit them. This course will define a strength-based approach to working with youth, explore how it differs from a problem-based approach, and review techniques for applying strength-based approaches.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Service providers have long struggled with finding effective ways to provide services and interventions to youth at-risk for a range of negative outcomes including substance related disorders, mental illness,...
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Service providers have long struggled with finding effective ways to provide services and interventions to youth at-risk for a range of negative outcomes including substance related disorders, mental illness, and criminal activity. Strength-based approaches to treatment create the opportunity for positive outcomes and promote resiliency for at-risk youth. Strength-based approaches recognize that all youth have strengths and that these strengths can be used to create positive behavioral change. Furthermore, strength-based approaches are useful for increasing the self-efficacy of youth and developing a therapeutic alliance between youth and the professionals involved in their treatment. A strength-based approach is a necessary departure from problem-based perspectives often used in the behavioral health field. Problem focused treatment often fails to empower youth by preventing them the option to choose their own goals or identify objectives that will benefit them. This course will define a strength-based approach to working with youth, explore how it differs from a problem-based approach, and review techniques for applying strength-based approaches.
Service providers have long struggled with finding effective ways to provide services and interventions to youth at-risk for a range of negative outcomes including substance related disorders, mental illness, and criminal activity. Strength-based approaches to treatment create the opportunity for positive outcomes and promote resiliency for at-risk youth. Strength-based approaches recognize that all youth have strengths and that these strengths can be used to create positive behavioral change. Furthermore, strength-based approaches are useful for increasing the self-efficacy of youth and developing a therapeutic alliance between youth and the professionals involved in their treatment. A strength-based approach is a necessary departure from problem-based perspectives often used in the behavioral health field. Problem focused treatment often fails to empower youth by preventing them the option to choose their own goals or identify objectives that will benefit them. This course will define a strength-based approach to working with youth, explore how it differs from a problem-based approach, and review techniques for applying strength-based approaches.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Failure to report elder or dependent adult abuse in long-term health care facilities is a crime. To ensure that the staff of these facilities are trained in recognizing and reporting elder and dependent adult...
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Failure to report elder or dependent adult abuse in long-term health care facilities is a crime. To ensure that the staff of these facilities are trained in recognizing and reporting elder and dependent adult abuse, California law requires each long-term health care facility, community care facility or residential care facility for the elderly to provide training and continuing education to all staff in recognizing and reporting abuse
Failure to report elder or dependent adult abuse in long-term health care facilities is a crime. To ensure that the staff of these facilities are trained in recognizing and reporting elder and dependent adult abuse, California law requires each long-term health care facility, community care facility or residential care facility for the elderly to provide training and continuing education to all staff in recognizing and reporting abuse
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Produced by: IPCed - Institute for Professional Care Education