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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para...
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Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para los trabajadores de la salud, los miembros de la familia y otros pacientes. Del 30% al 50% de las personas que tienen demencia, presentan un comportamiento físico agresivo, y los comportamientos agresivos pueden incluir golpear, patear, morder, agarrar, empujar, arrojar objetos, o escupir. Es posible que los proveedores de atención médica que trabajan en hogares de retiro, centros de atención de ancianos y agencias de atención domiciliaria tengan que atender a pacientes que muestren conductas agresivas. Este curso ayudará a identificar las causas detrás de estos comportamientos, los desencadenantes que causan los comportamientos y reconocer, la forma de interactuar con el paciente, para mantener seguros tanto al paciente como a quienes lo rodean.
Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para los trabajadores de la salud, los miembros de la familia y otros pacientes. Del 30% al 50% de las personas que tienen demencia, presentan un comportamiento físico agresivo, y los comportamientos agresivos pueden incluir golpear, patear, morder, agarrar, empujar, arrojar objetos, o escupir. Es posible que los proveedores de atención médica que trabajan en hogares de retiro, centros de atención de ancianos y agencias de atención domiciliaria tengan que atender a pacientes que muestren conductas agresivas. Este curso ayudará a identificar las causas detrás de estos comportamientos, los desencadenantes que causan los comportamientos y reconocer, la forma de interactuar con el paciente, para mantener seguros tanto al paciente como a quienes lo rodean.
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Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para...
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Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para los trabajadores de la salud, los miembros de la familia y otros pacientes. Del 30% al 50% de las personas que tienen demencia, presentan un comportamiento físico agresivo, y los comportamientos agresivos pueden incluir golpear, patear, morder, agarrar, empujar, arrojar objetos, o escupir. Es posible que los proveedores de atención médica que trabajan en hogares de retiro, centros de atención de ancianos y agencias de atención domiciliaria tengan que atender a pacientes que muestren conductas agresivas. Este curso ayudará a identificar las causas detrás de estos comportamientos, los desencadenantes que causan los comportamientos y reconocer, la forma de interactuar con el paciente, para mantener seguros tanto al paciente como a quienes lo rodean.
Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para los trabajadores de la salud, los miembros de la familia y otros pacientes. Del 30% al 50% de las personas que tienen demencia, presentan un comportamiento físico agresivo, y los comportamientos agresivos pueden incluir golpear, patear, morder, agarrar, empujar, arrojar objetos, o escupir. Es posible que los proveedores de atención médica que trabajan en hogares de retiro, centros de atención de ancianos y agencias de atención domiciliaria tengan que atender a pacientes que muestren conductas agresivas. Este curso ayudará a identificar las causas detrás de estos comportamientos, los desencadenantes que causan los comportamientos y reconocer, la forma de interactuar con el paciente, para mantener seguros tanto al paciente como a quienes lo rodean.
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Mental health technicians are often involved in patient care that goes beyond physical medical support to include caring for both psychological and emotional needs. When a patient becomes emotionally upset,...
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Mental health technicians are often involved in patient care that goes beyond physical medical support to include caring for both psychological and emotional needs. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Mental health technicians working in a variety of settings often have to care for patients who exhibit aggressive behaviors. This course discusses the causes behind aggressive behaviors, how to identify triggers in patients, and how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient to increase safety for all around and improve overall patient care.
Mental health technicians are often involved in patient care that goes beyond physical medical support to include caring for both psychological and emotional needs. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Mental health technicians working in a variety of settings often have to care for patients who exhibit aggressive behaviors. This course discusses the causes behind aggressive behaviors, how to identify triggers in patients, and how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient to increase safety for all around and improve overall patient care.
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life...
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life...
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
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This course will describe ways to identify and prevent workplace harassment, as defined by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent acts and case law.  The course will familiarize readers with...
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This course will describe ways to identify and prevent workplace harassment, as defined by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent acts and case law.  The course will familiarize readers with an individual's, supervisor's, and company's responsibilities to maintain a workplace free of harassment, in accordance with standard organizational policies as well as Federal, State, and Local Laws.
This course will describe ways to identify and prevent workplace harassment, as defined by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent acts and case law.  The course will familiarize readers with an individual's, supervisor's, and company's responsibilities to maintain a workplace free of harassment, in accordance with standard organizational policies as well as Federal, State, and Local Laws.
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Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los...
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Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.
Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.
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In these modern times, hazardous chemicals and materials are everywhere. Almost every business and household regularly uses products that are potentially harmful to people if they are not used in accordance...
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In these modern times, hazardous chemicals and materials are everywhere. Almost every business and household regularly uses products that are potentially harmful to people if they are not used in accordance to manufacturer instructions. Employers have a responsibility to ensure that workers are aware of hazardous materials they will use or may come into contact  with.
In these modern times, hazardous chemicals and materials are everywhere. Almost every business and household regularly uses products that are potentially harmful to people if they are not used in accordance to manufacturer instructions. Employers have a responsibility to ensure that workers are aware of hazardous materials they will use or may come into contact  with.
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Healthcare facility leaders understand they need to achieve results using fewer resources through increasing staff productivity, better job satisfaction, and motivating team members. The team approach to...
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Healthcare facility leaders understand they need to achieve results using fewer resources through increasing staff productivity, better job satisfaction, and motivating team members. The team approach to healthcare services places individuals with different but complementary skills together in order to meet organizational performance objectives through interdependent collaboration. This team approach to management provides administrators the option to leverage the power of teamwork while keeping their workers happy and motivated. In order for teams to be an effective part of any organization, the team leader and team members need to learn how to resolve interpersonal conflicts so they can best work together. This course discusses team conflict resolution and decision-making.
Healthcare facility leaders understand they need to achieve results using fewer resources through increasing staff productivity, better job satisfaction, and motivating team members. The team approach to healthcare services places individuals with different but complementary skills together in order to meet organizational performance objectives through interdependent collaboration. This team approach to management provides administrators the option to leverage the power of teamwork while keeping their workers happy and motivated. In order for teams to be an effective part of any organization, the team leader and team members need to learn how to resolve interpersonal conflicts so they can best work together. This course discusses team conflict resolution and decision-making.
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Healthcare facility administrators needing to achieve results using fewer resources understand the important role that staff productivity, job satisfaction, and motivation plays in getting work done. Taking a...
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Healthcare facility administrators needing to achieve results using fewer resources understand the important role that staff productivity, job satisfaction, and motivation plays in getting work done. Taking a team approach to healthcare allows several individuals with different but complementary skills to better meet organizational performance objectives as they work interdependently with each other. Taking a team approach to management lets administrators leverage the power of teamwork while keeping their workers happy and motivated. In order for teams to be an effective part of an organization, they need good team leaders that guide the teams’ work. This course discusses the role of the team leader on the work team and a leader’s impact on team development.
Healthcare facility administrators needing to achieve results using fewer resources understand the important role that staff productivity, job satisfaction, and motivation plays in getting work done. Taking a team approach to healthcare allows several individuals with different but complementary skills to better meet organizational performance objectives as they work interdependently with each other. Taking a team approach to management lets administrators leverage the power of teamwork while keeping their workers happy and motivated. In order for teams to be an effective part of an organization, they need good team leaders that guide the teams’ work. This course discusses the role of the team leader on the work team and a leader’s impact on team development.
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The team approach to healthcare services allows for many individuals with different but complementary skills to work together to meet organizational performance objectives through interdependent...
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The team approach to healthcare services allows for many individuals with different but complementary skills to work together to meet organizational performance objectives through interdependent collaboration. Each person on a team has responsibilities, both unique to the individual and shared collectively by all team members. When team members understand their role, the team is better able to fulfill its mission to provide superior patient care and service. This course discusses the variety of roles team members can assume as well as the responsibilities shared by all team members.
The team approach to healthcare services allows for many individuals with different but complementary skills to work together to meet organizational performance objectives through interdependent collaboration. Each person on a team has responsibilities, both unique to the individual and shared collectively by all team members. When team members understand their role, the team is better able to fulfill its mission to provide superior patient care and service. This course discusses the variety of roles team members can assume as well as the responsibilities shared by all team members.
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People who work in certain situations, such as healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood...
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People who work in certain situations, such as healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus, so it poses a health risk for workers.
People who work in certain situations, such as healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus, so it poses a health risk for workers.
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People who work in certain situations, such as healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood...
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People who work in certain situations, such as healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus, so it poses a health risk for workers.
People who work in certain situations, such as healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus, so it poses a health risk for workers.
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Anyone who works with individuals, including home health care professionals, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis and should know how to respond. Blood is sometimes infected with...
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Anyone who works with individuals, including home health care professionals, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis and should know how to respond. Blood is sometimes infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus and poses a health risk for home health care workers. This course discusses the risks that the hepatitis B virus poses for along with the steps to be protected from infection.
Anyone who works with individuals, including home health care professionals, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis and should know how to respond. Blood is sometimes infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus and poses a health risk for home health care workers. This course discusses the risks that the hepatitis B virus poses for along with the steps to be protected from infection.
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Anyone working with individuals receiving medical care, including mental health technicians, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Because of this exposure risk, all healthcare...
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Anyone working with individuals receiving medical care, including mental health technicians, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Because of this exposure risk, all healthcare professionals should know how to respond should an exposure occur. Blood is sometimes infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus and poses a health risk for healthcare professionals. This course discusses the risks of hepatitis B virus exposure as well as the steps that a healthcare professional can take to be protected from a bloodborne infection.
Anyone working with individuals receiving medical care, including mental health technicians, may be exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Because of this exposure risk, all healthcare professionals should know how to respond should an exposure occur. Blood is sometimes infected with bloodborne pathogens like the hepatitis B virus and poses a health risk for healthcare professionals. This course discusses the risks of hepatitis B virus exposure as well as the steps that a healthcare professional can take to be protected from a bloodborne infection.
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Nursing assistants working directly with patients in healthcare settings have a higher risk of being exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne...
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Nursing assistants working directly with patients in healthcare settings have a higher risk of being exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens such as the hepatitis B virus, which poses a health risk for healthcare professionals. This course discusses the risks that the hepatitis B virus poses as well as how nursing assistants can increase safety and protection from infection for themselves and patients under their care.
Nursing assistants working directly with patients in healthcare settings have a higher risk of being exposed to human blood on a regular or occasional basis. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens such as the hepatitis B virus, which poses a health risk for healthcare professionals. This course discusses the risks that the hepatitis B virus poses as well as how nursing assistants can increase safety and protection from infection for themselves and patients under their care.
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Patient care assistants work directly with patients and have an increased risk being exposed to human blood at some point during their work with individuals. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne...
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Patient care assistants work directly with patients and have an increased risk being exposed to human blood at some point during their work with individuals. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens such as the hepatitis B virus, posing a health risk for healthcare professionals. This course discusses the risks that the hepatitis B virus poses to individuals as well as how patient care assistants can increase safety and protection from infection.
Patient care assistants work directly with patients and have an increased risk being exposed to human blood at some point during their work with individuals. Sometimes this blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens such as the hepatitis B virus, posing a health risk for healthcare professionals. This course discusses the risks that the hepatitis B virus poses to individuals as well as how patient care assistants can increase safety and protection from infection.
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Any mental health technician working with patients in a healthcare setting should be aware of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, or HIPAA. Healthcare professionals should...
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Any mental health technician working with patients in a healthcare setting should be aware of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, or HIPAA. Healthcare professionals should understand how HIPAA impacts them personally and how they should comply with HIPAA standards in their day-to-day operations when working with patients. This course discusses an individual’s rights and responsibilities under HIPAA so that healthcare professionals can improve the safeguarding of health information for all patients.
Any mental health technician working with patients in a healthcare setting should be aware of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, or HIPAA. Healthcare professionals should understand how HIPAA impacts them personally and how they should comply with HIPAA standards in their day-to-day operations when working with patients. This course discusses an individual’s rights and responsibilities under HIPAA so that healthcare professionals can improve the safeguarding of health information for all patients.
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This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I & II.  The course is for nurses, a primary care-giver responsible...
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This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I & II.  The course is for nurses, a primary care-giver responsible for applying HIPAA rules many times each day.  In addition to a general discussion of HIPAA, the course contains case studies in three areas important to nursing professionals: Protected Health Information, Electronic Transactions Security, and Physical Safeguards.  The goal of this course is to increase the learner's awareness and understanding of individual rights and responsibilities under HIPAA so they can improve the safeguarding of health information.
This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I & II.  The course is for nurses, a primary care-giver responsible for applying HIPAA rules many times each day.  In addition to a general discussion of HIPAA, the course contains case studies in three areas important to nursing professionals: Protected Health Information, Electronic Transactions Security, and Physical Safeguards.  The goal of this course is to increase the learner's awareness and understanding of individual rights and responsibilities under HIPAA so they can improve the safeguarding of health information.
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This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I & II.  The course targets people who seek to better understand...
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This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I & II.  The course targets people who seek to better understand HIPAA and how it impacts them personally or how they should comply with HIPAA standards in their day-to-day operations.  The goal of this course is to increase the learner's awareness and understanding of individual rights and responsibilities under HIPAA so they can improve the safeguarding of health information.
This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I & II.  The course targets people who seek to better understand HIPAA and how it impacts them personally or how they should comply with HIPAA standards in their day-to-day operations.  The goal of this course is to increase the learner's awareness and understanding of individual rights and responsibilities under HIPAA so they can improve the safeguarding of health information.
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HIV is the human immunodeficiency virus. It is the virus that can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS.  AIDS stands for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
HIV is the human immunodeficiency virus. It is the virus that can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS.  AIDS stands for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
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