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Essentials of Pediatric Critical Care Orientation (EPCCO) is a 31 credit, comprehensive program providing a foundation for pediatric acute and critical care nursing education.
Essentials of Pediatric Critical Care Orientation (EPCCO) is a 31 credit, comprehensive program providing a foundation for pediatric acute and critical care nursing education.
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children's Hospital Association
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Home Heath and Hospice content
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Produced by: Home Care Institute
Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a...
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Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a focus on patient care staff.
Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a focus on patient care staff.
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Produced by: HCCS
This course covers three issues related to the incidence of medical errors in hospitalized patients. All three are critical for the safety of patients. These three critical issues are: • Communication...
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This course covers three issues related to the incidence of medical errors in hospitalized patients. All three are critical for the safety of patients. These three critical issues are: • Communication among healthcare providers • Identification of patients • Verification of patient, procedure, and site before a procedure
This course covers three issues related to the incidence of medical errors in hospitalized patients. All three are critical for the safety of patients. These three critical issues are: • Communication among healthcare providers • Identification of patients • Verification of patient, procedure, and site before a procedure
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This course covers three issues related to the incidence of medical errors in hospitalized patients. All three are critical for the safety of patients. These three critical issues are: • Communication...
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This course covers three issues related to the incidence of medical errors in hospitalized patients. All three are critical for the safety of patients. These three critical issues are: • Communication among healthcare providers • Identification of patients • Verification of patient, procedure, and site before a procedure
This course covers three issues related to the incidence of medical errors in hospitalized patients. All three are critical for the safety of patients. These three critical issues are: • Communication among healthcare providers • Identification of patients • Verification of patient, procedure, and site before a procedure
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Provides an overview of the most common causes of lower extremity ulcers, including venous ulcers, arterial ulcers and diabetic neuropathic ulcers
Provides an overview of the most common causes of lower extremity ulcers, including venous ulcers, arterial ulcers and diabetic neuropathic ulcers
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Provides an overview of assessment and treatment strategies for patients with pressure ulcers.
Provides an overview of assessment and treatment strategies for patients with pressure ulcers.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Pediatric abdominal trauma is the third leading cause of traumatic death (after head and thoracic injury) in children. It is the leading cause of unrecognized fatal injury and the leading cause of morbidity....
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Pediatric abdominal trauma is the third leading cause of traumatic death (after head and thoracic injury) in children. It is the leading cause of unrecognized fatal injury and the leading cause of morbidity. Because pediatric abdominal trauma rarely occurs without other multi-system trauma, these children are often very ill, requiring intensively skilled clinical care and management. This course discusses the anatomical factors that predispose children to abdominal trauma, likely causes of abdominal trauma, the most common injuries, and clinical assessment and management of specific injuries. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.7]
Pediatric abdominal trauma is the third leading cause of traumatic death (after head and thoracic injury) in children. It is the leading cause of unrecognized fatal injury and the leading cause of morbidity. Because pediatric abdominal trauma rarely occurs without other multi-system trauma, these children are often very ill, requiring intensively skilled clinical care and management. This course discusses the anatomical factors that predispose children to abdominal trauma, likely causes of abdominal trauma, the most common injuries, and clinical assessment and management of specific injuries. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.7]
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children’s Hospital Association
Trauma is the number one cause of morbidity and mortality in the pediatric population with injuries ranging from mild to life-threatening. Diagnosis and management can be challenging in the pediatric...
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Trauma is the number one cause of morbidity and mortality in the pediatric population with injuries ranging from mild to life-threatening. Diagnosis and management can be challenging in the pediatric population. Future bone growth potential has the biggest impact on treatment choices for pediatric patients versus adult patients. This course provides an overview of the types of orthopedic injuries in children and includes a discussion of the risk factors, assessment parameters, priorities of care, management goals and strategies, and injury prevention education for patients and families. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.6]
Trauma is the number one cause of morbidity and mortality in the pediatric population with injuries ranging from mild to life-threatening. Diagnosis and management can be challenging in the pediatric population. Future bone growth potential has the biggest impact on treatment choices for pediatric patients versus adult patients. This course provides an overview of the types of orthopedic injuries in children and includes a discussion of the risk factors, assessment parameters, priorities of care, management goals and strategies, and injury prevention education for patients and families. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.6]
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children’s Hospital Association
Traumatic spinal injuries, although not as common as other types of trauma injuries, carry the potential for significant and permanent life-changing consequences. Whether spinal trauma results in a permanent...
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Traumatic spinal injuries, although not as common as other types of trauma injuries, carry the potential for significant and permanent life-changing consequences. Whether spinal trauma results in a permanent or temporary disability, the physical, emotional and social adaptations that occur during the recovery period present unique challenges to the child, the family and the staff members who care for these children. This course reviews pediatric spinal anatomy, discusses mechanisms of injury and specific injuries that occur, and presents clinical management during the initial trauma period. The prevention and management of long-term complications that can follow spinal trauma are also reviewed. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.9]
Traumatic spinal injuries, although not as common as other types of trauma injuries, carry the potential for significant and permanent life-changing consequences. Whether spinal trauma results in a permanent or temporary disability, the physical, emotional and social adaptations that occur during the recovery period present unique challenges to the child, the family and the staff members who care for these children. This course reviews pediatric spinal anatomy, discusses mechanisms of injury and specific injuries that occur, and presents clinical management during the initial trauma period. The prevention and management of long-term complications that can follow spinal trauma are also reviewed. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.9]
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children’s Hospital Association
Pediatric thoracic trauma requires intense monitoring and diligent clinical management to prevent respiratory compromise, shock and systemic collapse. These injuries are often associated with multi-system...
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Pediatric thoracic trauma requires intense monitoring and diligent clinical management to prevent respiratory compromise, shock and systemic collapse. These injuries are often associated with multi-system trauma. This course discusses typical mechanisms of injury and appropriate assessment and management strategies for various types of thoracic trauma. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.7]
Pediatric thoracic trauma requires intense monitoring and diligent clinical management to prevent respiratory compromise, shock and systemic collapse. These injuries are often associated with multi-system trauma. This course discusses typical mechanisms of injury and appropriate assessment and management strategies for various types of thoracic trauma. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.7]
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children’s Hospital Association
Caring for a child with a traumatic brain injury is rewarding but difficult. It is our responsibility as clinicians to competently and safely care for these children so they can return to as normal a life as...
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Caring for a child with a traumatic brain injury is rewarding but difficult. It is our responsibility as clinicians to competently and safely care for these children so they can return to as normal a life as possible. This course discusses pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI), focusing on the causes and types of injury, as well as current assessment and management strategies. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.9]
Caring for a child with a traumatic brain injury is rewarding but difficult. It is our responsibility as clinicians to competently and safely care for these children so they can return to as normal a life as possible. This course discusses pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI), focusing on the causes and types of injury, as well as current assessment and management strategies. Review details within the body of this course to validate availability of CE credits. [CNE (JAICE) 0.9]
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Produced by: Pediatric Learning Solutions, a division of Children’s Hospital Association
Provides an overview of wound care strategies for the most common wounds managed in the home environment. The program focuses on wound assessment, prevention strategies, and management guidelines.
Provides an overview of wound care strategies for the most common wounds managed in the home environment. The program focuses on wound assessment, prevention strategies, and management guidelines.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute