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This library is designed help you implement best practices in Advance Care Planning throughout your organization. It is recommended for all clinical personnel.
This library is designed help you implement best practices in Advance Care Planning throughout your organization. It is recommended for all clinical personnel.
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Produced by: Gundersen Lutheran Administrative Services, Inc
Cardiology Nursing
Cardiology Nursing
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Produced by: DigitalMed
This library is designed to improve clinical staff competence and improve patient care by focusing continuing education in crucial areas. It is primarily geared toward nurses in clinical practice.
This library is designed to improve clinical staff competence and improve patient care by focusing continuing education in crucial areas. It is primarily geared toward nurses in clinical practice.
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Produced by: DigitalMed
Critical Care nursing
Critical Care nursing
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Produced by: DigitalMed
Emergency nursing
Emergency nursing
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Produced by: DigitalMed
Medical-Surgical nursing
Medical-Surgical nursing
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Produced by: DigitalMed
Obstetrics nursing
Obstetrics nursing
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Produced by: DigitalMed
Oncology nursing
Oncology nursing
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Produced by: DigitalMed
Patient care basics
Patient care basics
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Produced by: DigitalMed
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
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Produced by: DigitalMed
The Emergency and Preparedness Special Topics for Clinicians Library trains clinical staff on topics such as patient movement during evacuations, bioterrorism and radiological preparedness, and special needs...
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The Emergency and Preparedness Special Topics for Clinicians Library trains clinical staff on topics such as patient movement during evacuations, bioterrorism and radiological preparedness, and special needs for pediatric and geriatric populations.
The Emergency and Preparedness Special Topics for Clinicians Library trains clinical staff on topics such as patient movement during evacuations, bioterrorism and radiological preparedness, and special needs for pediatric and geriatric populations.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response
Home Heath and Hospice content
Home Heath and Hospice content
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Produced by: Home Care Institute
This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
Developed by leading subject matter experts, HealthStream’s Home Health and Hospice Regulatory Library is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current regulations and standards of...
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Developed by leading subject matter experts, HealthStream’s Home Health and Hospice Regulatory Library is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current regulations and standards of care.
Developed by leading subject matter experts, HealthStream’s Home Health and Hospice Regulatory Library is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current regulations and standards of care.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
Regulatory content to meet all annual required training in Post-Acute
Regulatory content to meet all annual required training in Post-Acute
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
This course contains information on abuse and neglect in home care and hospice settings. It takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
This course contains information on abuse and neglect in home care and hospice settings. It takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides an overview of the regulations related to advanced directives and the requirements of home health and hospice clinicians to ensure the healthcare decisions of patients are respected and...
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This program provides an overview of the regulations related to advanced directives and the requirements of home health and hospice clinicians to ensure the healthcare decisions of patients are respected and upheld.
This program provides an overview of the regulations related to advanced directives and the requirements of home health and hospice clinicians to ensure the healthcare decisions of patients are respected and upheld.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides an overview of strategies for effectively assessing pain in the home care and hospice setting.
This program provides an overview of strategies for effectively assessing pain in the home care and hospice setting.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides an overview of strategies to manage advanced pain in the home setting.
This program provides an overview of strategies to manage advanced pain in the home setting.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides an overview of the pathophysiology of pain, with a focus on the mechanisms for pain transmission and how analgesics work to suppress the pain signal.
This program provides an overview of the pathophysiology of pain, with a focus on the mechanisms for pain transmission and how analgesics work to suppress the pain signal.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides an overview of strategies to manage advanced pain at the end-of-life.
This program provides an overview of strategies to manage advanced pain at the end-of-life.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides an overview of the pathophysiology of pain, with a focus on the mechanisms for pain transmission and how analgesics work to suppress the pain signal.
This program provides an overview of the pathophysiology of pain, with a focus on the mechanisms for pain transmission and how analgesics work to suppress the pain signal.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Even though the home environment was created for living and not for healthcare provision, providing care at home has its benefits. Patients receive care in the comfort of their home, the risk of infection...
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Even though the home environment was created for living and not for healthcare provision, providing care at home has its benefits. Patients receive care in the comfort of their home, the risk of infection transmission is minimized, and the cost is much less than hospitalization. However, providing care at home presents special challenges to the healthcare provider when it comes to keeping patients safe. Care by a skilled professional is most often provided on an intermittent basis, requiring greater anticipation of potential problems and needs related to: •The lack of structure in the home (cluttering, overcrowding, level of cleanliness, etc.) •Reliance on family and paid caregivers to follow through on the plan of care between visits •The community surrounding the patient (lack of resources, support systems, etc.) These characteristics make home care more prone to adverse events than if the patient were in a controlled (hospital) setting. This course will help you understand what adverse events are and why they should be reported, and will review strategies for keeping patients safe.
Even though the home environment was created for living and not for healthcare provision, providing care at home has its benefits. Patients receive care in the comfort of their home, the risk of infection transmission is minimized, and the cost is much less than hospitalization. However, providing care at home presents special challenges to the healthcare provider when it comes to keeping patients safe. Care by a skilled professional is most often provided on an intermittent basis, requiring greater anticipation of potential problems and needs related to: •The lack of structure in the home (cluttering, overcrowding, level of cleanliness, etc.) •Reliance on family and paid caregivers to follow through on the plan of care between visits •The community surrounding the patient (lack of resources, support systems, etc.) These characteristics make home care more prone to adverse events than if the patient were in a controlled (hospital) setting. This course will help you understand what adverse events are and why they should be reported, and will review strategies for keeping patients safe.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Even though the home environment was created for living and not for healthcare provision, providing care at home has its benefits. Patients receive care in the comfort of their home, the risk of infection...
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Even though the home environment was created for living and not for healthcare provision, providing care at home has its benefits. Patients receive care in the comfort of their home, the risk of infection transmission is minimized, and the cost is much less than hospitalization. However, providing care at home presents special challenges to the healthcare provider when it comes to keeping patients safe. Care by a skilled professional is most often provided on an intermittent basis, requiring greater anticipation of potential problems and needs related to: •The lack of structure in the home (cluttering, overcrowding, level of cleanliness, etc.) •Reliance on family and paid caregivers to follow through on the plan of care between visits •The community surrounding the patient (lack of resources, support systems, etc.) These characteristics make home care more prone to adverse events than if the patient were in a controlled (hospital) setting. This course will help you understand what adverse events are and why they should be reported, and will review strategies for keeping patients safe.
Even though the home environment was created for living and not for healthcare provision, providing care at home has its benefits. Patients receive care in the comfort of their home, the risk of infection transmission is minimized, and the cost is much less than hospitalization. However, providing care at home presents special challenges to the healthcare provider when it comes to keeping patients safe. Care by a skilled professional is most often provided on an intermittent basis, requiring greater anticipation of potential problems and needs related to: •The lack of structure in the home (cluttering, overcrowding, level of cleanliness, etc.) •Reliance on family and paid caregivers to follow through on the plan of care between visits •The community surrounding the patient (lack of resources, support systems, etc.) These characteristics make home care more prone to adverse events than if the patient were in a controlled (hospital) setting. This course will help you understand what adverse events are and why they should be reported, and will review strategies for keeping patients safe.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Drug dosages for children and the elderly often differ from those for the adult population. When you are administering drugs to children or the elderly, you need to know how to determine the correct dosage...
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Drug dosages for children and the elderly often differ from those for the adult population. When you are administering drugs to children or the elderly, you need to know how to determine the correct dosage based on factors such as your patient's weight or body surface area. Accuracy in calculating dosages is vitally important, so it is essential that you know exactly how to make these calculations. (64 minutes) The Joint Commission and the Institute of Safe Medication Practices have identified many types medication orders that are prone to misinterpretation and error and are now listed on a 'prohibited abbreviations' list. These may change over time, so please access this link to view the most current list of these 'prohibited' and 'do not use' abbreviations. http://www.jointcommission.org/
Drug dosages for children and the elderly often differ from those for the adult population. When you are administering drugs to children or the elderly, you need to know how to determine the correct dosage based on factors such as your patient's weight or body surface area. Accuracy in calculating dosages is vitally important, so it is essential that you know exactly how to make these calculations. (64 minutes) The Joint Commission and the Institute of Safe Medication Practices have identified many types medication orders that are prone to misinterpretation and error and are now listed on a 'prohibited abbreviations' list. These may change over time, so please access this link to view the most current list of these 'prohibited' and 'do not use' abbreviations. http://www.jointcommission.org/
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