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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...
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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
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
The OSHA Library from YNHH-CEPDR contains essential compliance-based courseware that includes training on N95 fit testing, personal protective equipment, tuberculosis, and blood-borne pathogens.
The OSHA Library from YNHH-CEPDR contains essential compliance-based courseware that includes training on N95 fit testing, personal protective equipment, tuberculosis, and blood-borne pathogens.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response
Assume the roles and make decisions for 4 different healthcare professionals and a family caregiver in an interactive video simulation. This course emphasizes prevention practices and procedures, teamwork,...
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Assume the roles and make decisions for 4 different healthcare professionals and a family caregiver in an interactive video simulation. This course emphasizes prevention practices and procedures, teamwork, nosocomial infection decision-making, communication skills, and leadership of process improvement teams.
Assume the roles and make decisions for 4 different healthcare professionals and a family caregiver in an interactive video simulation. This course emphasizes prevention practices and procedures, teamwork, nosocomial infection decision-making, communication skills, and leadership of process improvement teams.
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Produced by: WILL Interactive
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to deal with key safety issues. It is recommended for all employees.
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to deal with key safety issues. It is recommended for all employees.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
This course attempts to address some misconceptions held by the clinical community about radiation and its potential medical consequences in order to minimize the potential for inappropriate treatment and...
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This course attempts to address some misconceptions held by the clinical community about radiation and its potential medical consequences in order to minimize the potential for inappropriate treatment and suboptimal medical care for victims of a radiation or nuclear incident. This course is designed for clinicians with an interest in understanding radiation concepts, the medical effects of radiation on biological systems, radiation countermeasures and essential elements for dealing with radiological and nuclear emergencies in the health care environment. The course aligns with current practices and terminology established through the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), National Response Framework (NRF), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Joint Commission.
This course attempts to address some misconceptions held by the clinical community about radiation and its potential medical consequences in order to minimize the potential for inappropriate treatment and suboptimal medical care for victims of a radiation or nuclear incident. This course is designed for clinicians with an interest in understanding radiation concepts, the medical effects of radiation on biological systems, radiation countermeasures and essential elements for dealing with radiological and nuclear emergencies in the health care environment. The course aligns with current practices and terminology established through the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), National Response Framework (NRF), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Joint Commission.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US...
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The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens course teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction. Upon completion of the online course, students receive a course completion certificate that can be presented to their employer. There are no skills test or skills demonstration at the end of this course; however, the AHA provides an optional written exam if the employer requires an exam for completion. Primary Audience: The Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Course was designed specifically for workers with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, and tattoo artists.
The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Online Course has been updated to reflect updates to the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030), which is published by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The AHA's Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens course teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction. Upon completion of the online course, students receive a course completion certificate that can be presented to their employer. There are no skills test or skills demonstration at the end of this course; however, the AHA provides an optional written exam if the employer requires an exam for completion. Primary Audience: The Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Course was designed specifically for workers with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as correctional officers, childcare workers, security guards, maintenance workers, school personnel, hotel housekeepers, health and fitness club staff, and tattoo artists.
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Produced by: AHA - American Heart Association
The development of resistance is a natural outcome of antibiotic use. While we cannot prevent antibiotic resistance, we can slow the spread of bacterial resistance. This can be done by using...
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The development of resistance is a natural outcome of antibiotic use. While we cannot prevent antibiotic resistance, we can slow the spread of bacterial resistance. This can be done by using antibiotics wisely. This course has been designed to review effective strategies for preserving the effectiveness of antibiotics used in patient care.
The development of resistance is a natural outcome of antibiotic use. While we cannot prevent antibiotic resistance, we can slow the spread of bacterial resistance. This can be done by using antibiotics wisely. This course has been designed to review effective strategies for preserving the effectiveness of antibiotics used in patient care.
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Produced by: HealthStream
OSHA training levels for healthcare facility-based first receivers include: -Awareness -Operations -Just-in-time This course is written to provide information required by the Occupational Safety and...
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OSHA training levels for healthcare facility-based first receivers include: -Awareness -Operations -Just-in-time This course is written to provide information required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) HAZWOPER Standard, paragraph 1910.120 (q)(6)(I), related to healthcare facility-based first receivers. This course meets the awareness-level training requirements and is a prerequisite for an operations-level course.
OSHA training levels for healthcare facility-based first receivers include: -Awareness -Operations -Just-in-time This course is written to provide information required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) HAZWOPER Standard, paragraph 1910.120 (q)(6)(I), related to healthcare facility-based first receivers. This course meets the awareness-level training requirements and is a prerequisite for an operations-level course.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
"Bioterrorism Preparedness for Clinicians (EM 201)" is designed to prepare physicians and other clinicians for a bioterrorist event or other potential public health emergency. The course helps clinicians...
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"Bioterrorism Preparedness for Clinicians (EM 201)" is designed to prepare physicians and other clinicians for a bioterrorist event or other potential public health emergency. The course helps clinicians recognize bioterrorism agent disease syndromes, learn the precautions they should take, and understand their roles in the event of a public health emergency. EM 201 was tested with physicians prior to its launch on this site.
"Bioterrorism Preparedness for Clinicians (EM 201)" is designed to prepare physicians and other clinicians for a bioterrorist event or other potential public health emergency. The course helps clinicians recognize bioterrorism agent disease syndromes, learn the precautions they should take, and understand their roles in the event of a public health emergency. EM 201 was tested with physicians prior to its launch on this site.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
Blood transfusions play an important role in medical care. Transfusions can save the lives of patients who need blood because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For...
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Blood transfusions play an important role in medical care. Transfusions can save the lives of patients who need blood because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems. •Recognize problems when they do occur. •Respond to problems quickly and effectively. This course is the first in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components.
Blood transfusions play an important role in medical care. Transfusions can save the lives of patients who need blood because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems. •Recognize problems when they do occur. •Respond to problems quickly and effectively. This course is the first in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Blood transfusions play an important role in medical care. Transfusions can save the lives of patients who need blood because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For...
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Blood transfusions play an important role in medical care. Transfusions can save the lives of patients who need blood because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems. •Recognize problems when they do occur. •Respond to problems quickly and effectively. This course is the first in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components.
Blood transfusions play an important role in medical care. Transfusions can save the lives of patients who need blood because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems. •Recognize problems when they do occur. •Respond to problems quickly and effectively. This course is the first in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Blood transfusions play an important role in patient care. Transfusions of blood and blood products can save the lives of patients who need them because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions...
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Blood transfusions play an important role in patient care. Transfusions of blood and blood products can save the lives of patients who need them because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood and blood products, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems •Recognize problems when they do occur •Respond to problems quickly and effectively This course is the second in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components. This second course in the series focuses on hands-on clinical issues, such as: •How to give blood products safely •How to recognize and respond to transfusion problems
Blood transfusions play an important role in patient care. Transfusions of blood and blood products can save the lives of patients who need them because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood and blood products, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems •Recognize problems when they do occur •Respond to problems quickly and effectively This course is the second in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components. This second course in the series focuses on hands-on clinical issues, such as: •How to give blood products safely •How to recognize and respond to transfusion problems
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Produced by: HealthStream
Blood transfusions play an important role in patient care. Transfusions of blood and blood products can save the lives of patients who need them because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions...
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Blood transfusions play an important role in patient care. Transfusions of blood and blood products can save the lives of patients who need them because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood and blood products, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems •Recognize problems when they do occur •Respond to problems quickly and effectively This course is the second in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components. This second course in the series focuses on hands-on clinical issues, such as: •How to give blood products safely •How to recognize and respond to transfusion problems
Blood transfusions play an important role in patient care. Transfusions of blood and blood products can save the lives of patients who need them because of disease or injury. However, blood transfusions also have risks. For most patients who need blood and blood products, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks. This is especially true when healthcare staff are educated and trained to minimize risks. Well-trained staff: •Follow best practices to help prevent transfusion problems •Recognize problems when they do occur •Respond to problems quickly and effectively This course is the second in a two-part series on transfusing blood and blood components. This second course in the series focuses on hands-on clinical issues, such as: •How to give blood products safely •How to recognize and respond to transfusion problems
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course adheres to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030). This standard was devised in 1991 to protect health care workers who are at...
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This course adheres to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030). This standard was devised in 1991 to protect health care workers who are at risk for bloodborne pathogens, including Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS exposure.
This course adheres to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030). This standard was devised in 1991 to protect health care workers who are at risk for bloodborne pathogens, including Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS exposure.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This...
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Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Emergencies happen almost every day. Some emergencies are large and obvious, while others may be relatively minor. Healthcare organizations must be able to respond effectively to all emergencies. This course will give you information about how to respond to emergencies. You will learn about: •Why healthcare organizations need to be prepared for emergencies •Types of disasters •How an emergency response plan helps your facility respond to emergencies •The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course introduces clinicians to the needs of the geriatric population during a disaster and the widely used START Triage System for geriatric victims. It also covers clinical manifestations and treatment...
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This course introduces clinicians to the needs of the geriatric population during a disaster and the widely used START Triage System for geriatric victims. It also covers clinical manifestations and treatment for geriatric victims detailing special considerations for this population. Decontamination strategies are also covered. Estimated Course Time: 30-60 minutes
This course introduces clinicians to the needs of the geriatric population during a disaster and the widely used START Triage System for geriatric victims. It also covers clinical manifestations and treatment for geriatric victims detailing special considerations for this population. Decontamination strategies are also covered. Estimated Course Time: 30-60 minutes
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are acquired in the hospital or other healthcare facility. The incidence of HAI in the U.S. is high, with three-quarters of a million infections and seventy-five...
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Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are acquired in the hospital or other healthcare facility. The incidence of HAI in the U.S. is high, with three-quarters of a million infections and seventy-five thousand deaths occurring each year. The economic costs to the individual, the hospital, and society are staggering. This course has been designed to help decrease the incidence and burden of HAIs, by providing you with information on: •Causes •Risk factors •Preventive best practices
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are acquired in the hospital or other healthcare facility. The incidence of HAI in the U.S. is high, with three-quarters of a million infections and seventy-five thousand deaths occurring each year. The economic costs to the individual, the hospital, and society are staggering. This course has been designed to help decrease the incidence and burden of HAIs, by providing you with information on: •Causes •Risk factors •Preventive best practices
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Produced by: HealthStream
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are acquired in the hospital or other healthcare facility. The incidence of HAI in the U.S. is high, with three-quarters of a million infections and seventy-five...
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Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are acquired in the hospital or other healthcare facility. The incidence of HAI in the U.S. is high, with three-quarters of a million infections and seventy-five thousand deaths occurring each year. The economic costs to the individual, the hospital, and society are staggering. This course has been designed to help decrease the incidence and burden of HAIs, by providing you with information on: •Causes •Risk factors •Preventive best practices
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are acquired in the hospital or other healthcare facility. The incidence of HAI in the U.S. is high, with three-quarters of a million infections and seventy-five thousand deaths occurring each year. The economic costs to the individual, the hospital, and society are staggering. This course has been designed to help decrease the incidence and burden of HAIs, by providing you with information on: •Causes •Risk factors •Preventive best practices
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will teach you the basics of infection control. You will learn: •How diseases are spread •How to help prevent the spread of disease in the healthcare setting
This course will teach you the basics of infection control. You will learn: •How diseases are spread •How to help prevent the spread of disease in the healthcare setting
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Produced by: HealthStream
Bacterial and fungal pathogens colonize all buildings, including hospitals. These pathogens may be found in high numbers: •In walls •Under floors •Above ceilings When walls, floors, or ceilings are...
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Bacterial and fungal pathogens colonize all buildings, including hospitals. These pathogens may be found in high numbers: •In walls •Under floors •Above ceilings When walls, floors, or ceilings are disturbed during construction work, these pathogens may be disturbed and dispersed. Once dispersed, these pathogens can cause healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). HAIs take a high toll. According to the CDC, in the 2011 prevalence study there were as many as 722,000 HAIs in acute care hospitals in the United States. Each year, 75,000 people die from HAIs during their hospital stay. This course has been designed to help you prevent HAI during construction work.
Bacterial and fungal pathogens colonize all buildings, including hospitals. These pathogens may be found in high numbers: •In walls •Under floors •Above ceilings When walls, floors, or ceilings are disturbed during construction work, these pathogens may be disturbed and dispersed. Once dispersed, these pathogens can cause healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). HAIs take a high toll. According to the CDC, in the 2011 prevalence study there were as many as 722,000 HAIs in acute care hospitals in the United States. Each year, 75,000 people die from HAIs during their hospital stay. This course has been designed to help you prevent HAI during construction work.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Bacterial and fungal pathogens colonize all buildings, including hospitals. These pathogens may be found in high numbers: •In walls •Under floors •Above ceilings When walls, floors, or ceilings are...
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Bacterial and fungal pathogens colonize all buildings, including hospitals. These pathogens may be found in high numbers: •In walls •Under floors •Above ceilings When walls, floors, or ceilings are disturbed during construction work, these pathogens may be disturbed and dispersed. Once dispersed, these pathogens can cause healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). HAIs take a high toll. According to the CDC, in the 2011 prevalence study there were as many as 722,000 HAIs in acute care hospitals in the United States. Each year, 75,000 people die from HAIs during their hospital stay. This course has been designed to help you prevent HAI during construction work.
Bacterial and fungal pathogens colonize all buildings, including hospitals. These pathogens may be found in high numbers: •In walls •Under floors •Above ceilings When walls, floors, or ceilings are disturbed during construction work, these pathogens may be disturbed and dispersed. Once dispersed, these pathogens can cause healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). HAIs take a high toll. According to the CDC, in the 2011 prevalence study there were as many as 722,000 HAIs in acute care hospitals in the United States. Each year, 75,000 people die from HAIs during their hospital stay. This course has been designed to help you prevent HAI during construction work.
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Produced by: HealthStream
The N95 Respirator and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training for Health Care Workers (EM 121) online course uses both text and video to demonstrate the proper donning and doffing of the N95 respirator...
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The N95 Respirator and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training for Health Care Workers (EM 121) online course uses both text and video to demonstrate the proper donning and doffing of the N95 respirator and personal protective equipment (PPE). This course offers the new or experienced health care worker an introduction or review of how to maximize their safety. The course is designed to align with current practices and terminology established by the OSHA Respirator Standard 1910.134(k), 1910.120, and the armed forces training requirements (USACHPPM, NHRC, AFRL). Estimated Course Time: 20 minutes
The N95 Respirator and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training for Health Care Workers (EM 121) online course uses both text and video to demonstrate the proper donning and doffing of the N95 respirator and personal protective equipment (PPE). This course offers the new or experienced health care worker an introduction or review of how to maximize their safety. The course is designed to align with current practices and terminology established by the OSHA Respirator Standard 1910.134(k), 1910.120, and the armed forces training requirements (USACHPPM, NHRC, AFRL). Estimated Course Time: 20 minutes
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
Designed for health professional schools and healthcare facilities, Partnering to Heal addresses the prevention of healthcare-associated infections and the serious consequences they have on thousands of lives...
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Designed for health professional schools and healthcare facilities, Partnering to Heal addresses the prevention of healthcare-associated infections and the serious consequences they have on thousands of lives every year. Users have the opportunity to play five different characters in an interactive movie in a healthcare setting. They make decisions for the characters and experience the consequences of their choices, all in a full motion video landscape. Trainees are presented with with unique opportunities to make a positive or negative impact on the spread of healthcare-associated infections in their hospital. Participants will assume one or more of five playable roles in the simulation: a family caregiver, a physician in charge of a post-operative unit, an infection preventionist, a medical student, or a registered nurse. In each segment, participants make decisions for the character about HAIs and then witness the positive or negative consequences of their choices. Those decisions have consequences that affect not only them but others in the hospital as well.
Designed for health professional schools and healthcare facilities, Partnering to Heal addresses the prevention of healthcare-associated infections and the serious consequences they have on thousands of lives every year. Users have the opportunity to play five different characters in an interactive movie in a healthcare setting. They make decisions for the characters and experience the consequences of their choices, all in a full motion video landscape. Trainees are presented with with unique opportunities to make a positive or negative impact on the spread of healthcare-associated infections in their hospital. Participants will assume one or more of five playable roles in the simulation: a family caregiver, a physician in charge of a post-operative unit, an infection preventionist, a medical student, or a registered nurse. In each segment, participants make decisions for the character about HAIs and then witness the positive or negative consequences of their choices. Those decisions have consequences that affect not only them but others in the hospital as well.
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Produced by: WILL Interactive
Hospital evacuations, partial or full, involve the movement of patients and equipment. Evacuations are often time-sensitive, and must be carried out quickly, sometimes with minimal resources. Use of proper...
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Hospital evacuations, partial or full, involve the movement of patients and equipment. Evacuations are often time-sensitive, and must be carried out quickly, sometimes with minimal resources. Use of proper techniques helps ensure that people are moved safely and effectively during an evacuation. Learning these procedures will help workers to protect themselves, their coworkers and their patients from injury in the event of an evacuation. At the end of this course, participants will be able to: Demonstrate proper lifting techniques State the appropriate ratio of workers to patients Describe the types of special considerations that add complexity to a potential evacuation, as well as possible solutions Describe the modes of possible transport during an evacuation, and the benefits of each Name other response agencies that may be involved or impact your hospital evacuation
Hospital evacuations, partial or full, involve the movement of patients and equipment. Evacuations are often time-sensitive, and must be carried out quickly, sometimes with minimal resources. Use of proper techniques helps ensure that people are moved safely and effectively during an evacuation. Learning these procedures will help workers to protect themselves, their coworkers and their patients from injury in the event of an evacuation. At the end of this course, participants will be able to: Demonstrate proper lifting techniques State the appropriate ratio of workers to patients Describe the types of special considerations that add complexity to a potential evacuation, as well as possible solutions Describe the modes of possible transport during an evacuation, and the benefits of each Name other response agencies that may be involved or impact your hospital evacuation
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital