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This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to recognize error prone situations. It is recommended for all employees.
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to recognize error prone situations. It is recommended for all employees.
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Produced by: echelon
Training to develop CNAs and paraprofessionals for healthcare organizations specifically in those states that require CNA courses meet time restrictions
Training to develop CNAs and paraprofessionals for healthcare organizations specifically in those states that require CNA courses meet time restrictions
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Produced by: In The Know, Inc
This course is designed to give the healthcare professional an overview of the definition, statistics, and patterns of domestic violence in America. The learner will understand this phenomenon from the...
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This course is designed to give the healthcare professional an overview of the definition, statistics, and patterns of domestic violence in America. The learner will understand this phenomenon from the perspective of both the batterer and the victim. They will also identify the physical, emotional, and psychological evidence of domestic violence. They will confront the factors that make caregivers reluctant to intervene in these situations and take action to help the victim. Also, in this updated course, the prevalence and the various types of domestic violence in the United States today will be discussed. Intimate partner violence - IPV, elder abuse and neglect, and child abuse and neglect will be presented, as well as appropriate protocols and tools the healthcare professional should utilize when screening a potential domestic violence victim. Also presented is the significant responsibility the healthcare professional has in combating and eliminating domestic violence. Note: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Program Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
This course is designed to give the healthcare professional an overview of the definition, statistics, and patterns of domestic violence in America. The learner will understand this phenomenon from the perspective of both the batterer and the victim. They will also identify the physical, emotional, and psychological evidence of domestic violence. They will confront the factors that make caregivers reluctant to intervene in these situations and take action to help the victim. Also, in this updated course, the prevalence and the various types of domestic violence in the United States today will be discussed. Intimate partner violence - IPV, elder abuse and neglect, and child abuse and neglect will be presented, as well as appropriate protocols and tools the healthcare professional should utilize when screening a potential domestic violence victim. Also presented is the significant responsibility the healthcare professional has in combating and eliminating domestic violence. Note: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium. Program Completion: To receive continuing medical education credit, you must view each topic, participate in each activity, achieve at least an 80 percent passing rate on the posttest, and complete the course evaluation. Program Disclaimer: The accuracy of the facts and opinions contained in this course are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of echelon® or its sponsors. Practitioners should consult primary resources, state regulations, and their healthcare facility policies and procedures for specific application of said content to their local situation.
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Produced by: Echelon
Provides an overview of the problem of abuse, including elder, child, physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse. Caregivers will learn how to prevent abuse, signs of abuse and how to report their...
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Provides an overview of the problem of abuse, including elder, child, physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse. Caregivers will learn how to prevent abuse, signs of abuse and how to report their observations/suspicions.
Provides an overview of the problem of abuse, including elder, child, physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse. Caregivers will learn how to prevent abuse, signs of abuse and how to report their observations/suspicions.
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Produced by: In The Know
Gives caregivers an overview of domestic abuse, including who is at risk, why people become abusers and the types of domestic abuse. Discusses the early warning signs of domestic violence and both the...
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Gives caregivers an overview of domestic abuse, including who is at risk, why people become abusers and the types of domestic abuse. Discusses the early warning signs of domestic violence and both the emotional and physical effects it can cause. Caregivers will learn how domestic violence can affect the workplace and how they can support victims of domestic violence, whether they are clients or coworkers.
Gives caregivers an overview of domestic abuse, including who is at risk, why people become abusers and the types of domestic abuse. Discusses the early warning signs of domestic violence and both the emotional and physical effects it can cause. Caregivers will learn how domestic violence can affect the workplace and how they can support victims of domestic violence, whether they are clients or coworkers.
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Produced by: In The Know