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Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
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Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
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Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
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This course covers the impact of bed bug discovery in Hospital environments. Health risks, appearance, location, signs, actions, precautions, and the role of healthcare employees.
This course covers the impact of bed bug discovery in Hospital environments. Health risks, appearance, location, signs, actions, precautions, and the role of healthcare employees.
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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...
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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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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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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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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 services. While...
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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 services. While there have been many efforts to improve patient care in all medical settings, there continues to be an issue with critical incidents. Nursing Assistants are often the front line for recognizing and reporting critical incidents when they occur and a significant part of a prevention program. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting including 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.
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 services. While there have been many efforts to improve patient care in all medical settings, there continues to be an issue with critical incidents. Nursing Assistants are often the front line for recognizing and reporting critical incidents when they occur and a significant part of a prevention program. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting including 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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To improve patient outcomes, healthcare organizations have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive services. Despite these efforts to improve...
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To improve patient outcomes, healthcare organizations have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive services. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the medical field. Patient care assistants are involved in recognizing and reporting critical incidents that may occur with individuals in their care. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting including the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports, barriers to compliance, and new methods to critical incident reporting.
To improve patient outcomes, healthcare organizations have implemented quality improvement measures to increase care coordination, patient safety, and preventive services. Despite these efforts to improve patient experiences, critical incidents continue to be a significant occurrence in the medical field. Patient care assistants are involved in recognizing and reporting critical incidents that may occur with individuals in their care. This course will provide an overview of critical incident reporting including the circumstances when incident reports should be filled out. This course will also discuss the necessity of filling out critical incident reports, barriers to compliance, and new methods to critical incident reporting.
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H1N1 (sometimes referred to as "swine flu") is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009. In this course you will learn more...
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H1N1 (sometimes referred to as "swine flu") is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009. In this course you will learn more about the H1N1 virus and what to do if you think you have contracted it.
H1N1 (sometimes referred to as "swine flu") is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009. In this course you will learn more about the H1N1 virus and what to do if you think you have contracted it.
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The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (HPAI H5N1) virus is a deadly influenza strain found mostly in birds in Asia and Africa; it is not currently a flu strain seen often in humans. It is, however, a deadly...
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The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (HPAI H5N1) virus is a deadly influenza strain found mostly in birds in Asia and Africa; it is not currently a flu strain seen often in humans. It is, however, a deadly flu virus that the CDC considers a high potential to become a future pandemic. This course discusses the H5N1 flu virus and what businesses and individuals can do in the event of a pandemic or flu outbreak.
The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (HPAI H5N1) virus is a deadly influenza strain found mostly in birds in Asia and Africa; it is not currently a flu strain seen often in humans. It is, however, a deadly flu virus that the CDC considers a high potential to become a future pandemic. This course discusses the H5N1 flu virus and what businesses and individuals can do in the event of a pandemic or flu outbreak.
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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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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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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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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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The first cases of what would later become known as AIDS were reported in the United States in June of 1981. Since then, 1.7 million people in the U.S. are estimated to have been infected with HIV.  This...
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The first cases of what would later become known as AIDS were reported in the United States in June of 1981. Since then, 1.7 million people in the U.S. are estimated to have been infected with HIV.  This course will explore the prevalence of HIV/AIDS among special populations.
The first cases of what would later become known as AIDS were reported in the United States in June of 1981. Since then, 1.7 million people in the U.S. are estimated to have been infected with HIV.  This course will explore the prevalence of HIV/AIDS among special populations.
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Healthcare personnel are at risk for occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens, including hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Exposures occur through...
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Healthcare personnel are at risk for occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens, including hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Exposures occur through needlesticks or cuts from other sharp instruments contaminated with an infected patient's blood or through contact of the eye, nose, mouth, or skin with a patient's blood. Learn about the risks as well as preventative steps that can be taken in the workplace.
Healthcare personnel are at risk for occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens, including hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Exposures occur through needlesticks or cuts from other sharp instruments contaminated with an infected patient's blood or through contact of the eye, nose, mouth, or skin with a patient's blood. Learn about the risks as well as preventative steps that can be taken in the workplace.
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Up to 1 out of 4 people who have HIV don't know it. Testing for HIV has become faster and more convenient and there are many testing options available. Knowing if you have HIV can be essential to your sexual...
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Up to 1 out of 4 people who have HIV don't know it. Testing for HIV has become faster and more convenient and there are many testing options available. Knowing if you have HIV can be essential to your sexual health.  And if you know you don't have HIV, you can learn what you need to do to protect yourself and your partner(s) from getting it.
Up to 1 out of 4 people who have HIV don't know it. Testing for HIV has become faster and more convenient and there are many testing options available. Knowing if you have HIV can be essential to your sexual health.  And if you know you don't have HIV, you can learn what you need to do to protect yourself and your partner(s) from getting it.
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Workers in many industries are regularly exposed to infectious agents. In health care, workers should practice universal precautions to prevent the spread of disease to themselves and others. Workers in other...
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Workers in many industries are regularly exposed to infectious agents. In health care, workers should practice universal precautions to prevent the spread of disease to themselves and others. Workers in other industries, though, can also inadvertently spread disease to customers and patrons. This course discusses infection control techniques that help prevent others from being infected by diseases and illnesses.
Workers in many industries are regularly exposed to infectious agents. In health care, workers should practice universal precautions to prevent the spread of disease to themselves and others. Workers in other industries, though, can also inadvertently spread disease to customers and patrons. This course discusses infection control techniques that help prevent others from being infected by diseases and illnesses.
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Workers in many industries are regularly exposed to infectious agents. In health care, workers should practice universal precautions to prevent the spread of disease to themselves and others. Workers in other...
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Workers in many industries are regularly exposed to infectious agents. In health care, workers should practice universal precautions to prevent the spread of disease to themselves and others. Workers in other industries, though, can also inadvertently spread disease to customers and patrons. This course discusses infection control techniques that help prevent others from being infected by diseases and illnesses.
Workers in many industries are regularly exposed to infectious agents. In health care, workers should practice universal precautions to prevent the spread of disease to themselves and others. Workers in other industries, though, can also inadvertently spread disease to customers and patrons. This course discusses infection control techniques that help prevent others from being infected by diseases and illnesses.
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People who work in situations where they may be exposed to human blood, like healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others may be exposed to human blood on a regular basis. ...
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People who work in situations where they may be exposed to human blood, like healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others may be exposed to human blood on a regular basis.  Sometimes the blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens like Hepatitis or HIV, posing a risk to the workers.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets several standards regarding worker safety regarding risks from bloodborne pathogens.  This course discusses OSHA standards and how workers and employers must follow them.
People who work in situations where they may be exposed to human blood, like healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others may be exposed to human blood on a regular basis.  Sometimes the blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens like Hepatitis or HIV, posing a risk to the workers.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets several standards regarding worker safety regarding risks from bloodborne pathogens.  This course discusses OSHA standards and how workers and employers must follow them.
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Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are quite prevalent in the United States, occurring in individuals of all ages. People with UTIs may show up in the ER department, urgent care, or already be receiving...
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Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are quite prevalent in the United States, occurring in individuals of all ages. People with UTIs may show up in the ER department, urgent care, or already be receiving inpatient treatment for other medical issues when they develop an infection. Older adults are particularly vulnerable to developing a UTI, but there are steps individuals can take to prevent infections. This course discusses the prevalence of UTIs, symptoms commonly seen, risk factors, and methods of prevention and treatment.
Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are quite prevalent in the United States, occurring in individuals of all ages. People with UTIs may show up in the ER department, urgent care, or already be receiving inpatient treatment for other medical issues when they develop an infection. Older adults are particularly vulnerable to developing a UTI, but there are steps individuals can take to prevent infections. This course discusses the prevalence of UTIs, symptoms commonly seen, risk factors, and methods of prevention and treatment.
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