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Equip the staff with the underlying training to address the unforeseen issues with many patients and residents.
Equip the staff with the underlying training to address the unforeseen issues with many patients and residents.
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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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Terminal illness can present a myriad of needs that have to be addressed in order to ensure that the person approaching end of life receives the best care to ensure the best quality of life in their remaining...
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Terminal illness can present a myriad of needs that have to be addressed in order to ensure that the person approaching end of life receives the best care to ensure the best quality of life in their remaining days. The needs of the terminally ill range from the immediate and physical, such as the management of pain and suffering, to psychological in order to address feelings of fear, anger, sadness, or depression over knowing that death is near. There are also social needs that are important to address as the majority of individuals who require end-of-life care are the elderly, who are often prone to loneliness. There are also emotional and psychological needs for caretakers separate from the needs of the individual approaching the end of life. Family caretakers have been found in a number of studies to struggle emotionally and experience a lack of support when caring for loved ones at the end of life. Families have also experienced challenges in finding the appropriate type of care for loved ones at the end of life. This overview will discuss the challenges of providing end of life care to terminally ill patients, as well as the best methods of care available with case studies to provide illustrations of key concepts.
Terminal illness can present a myriad of needs that have to be addressed in order to ensure that the person approaching end of life receives the best care to ensure the best quality of life in their remaining days. The needs of the terminally ill range from the immediate and physical, such as the management of pain and suffering, to psychological in order to address feelings of fear, anger, sadness, or depression over knowing that death is near. There are also social needs that are important to address as the majority of individuals who require end-of-life care are the elderly, who are often prone to loneliness. There are also emotional and psychological needs for caretakers separate from the needs of the individual approaching the end of life. Family caretakers have been found in a number of studies to struggle emotionally and experience a lack of support when caring for loved ones at the end of life. Families have also experienced challenges in finding the appropriate type of care for loved ones at the end of life. This overview will discuss the challenges of providing end of life care to terminally ill patients, as well as the best methods of care available with case studies to provide illustrations of key concepts.
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Personas que trabajan en situaciones donde puede estar expuesto a sangre humana, como trabajadores de la salud, personal de respuesta a emergencias, personal de laboratorio, y otros tratan el riesgo de...
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Personas que trabajan en situaciones donde puede estar expuesto a sangre humana, como trabajadores de la salud, personal de respuesta a emergencias, personal de laboratorio, y otros tratan el riesgo de exposición sobre una base regular. A veces la sangre está infectada con patógenos de la sangre como Hepatitis o VIH, planteando un riesgo de salud significativo a los trabajadores. La Ocupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) establece varios estándares sobre seguridad de los trabajadores sobre los riesgos de patógenos de la sangre. Este curso discute los estándares OSHA y métodos empleados con éxito cumplir con ellos.
Personas que trabajan en situaciones donde puede estar expuesto a sangre humana, como trabajadores de la salud, personal de respuesta a emergencias, personal de laboratorio, y otros tratan el riesgo de exposición sobre una base regular. A veces la sangre está infectada con patógenos de la sangre como Hepatitis o VIH, planteando un riesgo de salud significativo a los trabajadores. La Ocupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) establece varios estándares sobre seguridad de los trabajadores sobre los riesgos de patógenos de la sangre. Este curso discute los estándares OSHA y métodos empleados con éxito cumplir con ellos.
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Wellness is a philosophy that establishes a lifestyle to help people become more satisfied, productive, and happy through making conscious choices in order to live a more satisfying lifestyle. The healthy...
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Wellness is a philosophy that establishes a lifestyle to help people become more satisfied, productive, and happy through making conscious choices in order to live a more satisfying lifestyle. The healthy habits cultivated within the wellness philosophy helps individuals avoid self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse, toxic relationships, and environments; while encouraging healthy habits including eating a healthy diet, exercise, relaxation, and rest. Due to the diversity of wellness, this approach has been used to address a variety of social, medical and biological illness such as substance abuse, mental illness, pain management, disease, disabilities and eating disorders. As people continue to become more health conscious, wellness programs and approaches will continue to find new applications in society. It is important that wellness programs continue to adapt to meet the needs of individuals and communities. This overview of patient wellness takes an exploration of its many uses to promote and address better living.
Wellness is a philosophy that establishes a lifestyle to help people become more satisfied, productive, and happy through making conscious choices in order to live a more satisfying lifestyle. The healthy habits cultivated within the wellness philosophy helps individuals avoid self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse, toxic relationships, and environments; while encouraging healthy habits including eating a healthy diet, exercise, relaxation, and rest. Due to the diversity of wellness, this approach has been used to address a variety of social, medical and biological illness such as substance abuse, mental illness, pain management, disease, disabilities and eating disorders. As people continue to become more health conscious, wellness programs and approaches will continue to find new applications in society. It is important that wellness programs continue to adapt to meet the needs of individuals and communities. This overview of patient wellness takes an exploration of its many uses to promote and address better living.
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Wellness is a philosophy that establishes a lifestyle to help people become more satisfied, productive, and happy through making conscious choices in order to live a more satisfying lifestyle. The healthy...
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Wellness is a philosophy that establishes a lifestyle to help people become more satisfied, productive, and happy through making conscious choices in order to live a more satisfying lifestyle. The healthy habits cultivated within the wellness philosophy helps individuals avoid self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse, toxic relationships, and environments; while encouraging healthy habits including eating a healthy diet, exercise, relaxation, and rest. Due to the diversity of wellness, this approach has been used to address a variety of social, medical and biological illness such as substance abuse, mental illness, pain management, disease, disabilities and eating disorders. As people continue to become more health conscious, wellness programs and approaches will continue to find new applications in society. It is important that wellness programs continue to adapt to meet the needs of individuals and communities. This overview of patient wellness takes an exploration of its many uses to promote and address better living.
Wellness is a philosophy that establishes a lifestyle to help people become more satisfied, productive, and happy through making conscious choices in order to live a more satisfying lifestyle. The healthy habits cultivated within the wellness philosophy helps individuals avoid self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse, toxic relationships, and environments; while encouraging healthy habits including eating a healthy diet, exercise, relaxation, and rest. Due to the diversity of wellness, this approach has been used to address a variety of social, medical and biological illness such as substance abuse, mental illness, pain management, disease, disabilities and eating disorders. As people continue to become more health conscious, wellness programs and approaches will continue to find new applications in society. It is important that wellness programs continue to adapt to meet the needs of individuals and communities. This overview of patient wellness takes an exploration of its many uses to promote and address better living.
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Water activities can be fun: swimming, boating, skiing, or just playing. However, it can also be dangerous. Anyone responsible for the care of children is aware of the many safety needs that exist in a...
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Water activities can be fun: swimming, boating, skiing, or just playing. However, it can also be dangerous. Anyone responsible for the care of children is aware of the many safety needs that exist in a variety of settings. Water safety is one of the most important safety topics, as a lack of attention to safety can mean serious injury and even death. Although it is often overlooked, pools, spas, and other bodies of water all pose a serious safety risk to children of all ages. Drowning is a leading cause of accidental death for children under five according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It is estimated that nationwide, 350 children under the age of five drown in swimming pools every year, with the majority of the deaths occurring in June, July and August and happening in backyard swimming pools. This course will discuss some general safety recommendations to prevent accidental drowning as well as the specific safety requirements for having pools in homes with young children. Also included is a review of the best approaches to pool safety and how to minimize risk of harm for children and adolescents.
Water activities can be fun: swimming, boating, skiing, or just playing. However, it can also be dangerous. Anyone responsible for the care of children is aware of the many safety needs that exist in a variety of settings. Water safety is one of the most important safety topics, as a lack of attention to safety can mean serious injury and even death. Although it is often overlooked, pools, spas, and other bodies of water all pose a serious safety risk to children of all ages. Drowning is a leading cause of accidental death for children under five according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It is estimated that nationwide, 350 children under the age of five drown in swimming pools every year, with the majority of the deaths occurring in June, July and August and happening in backyard swimming pools. This course will discuss some general safety recommendations to prevent accidental drowning as well as the specific safety requirements for having pools in homes with young children. Also included is a review of the best approaches to pool safety and how to minimize risk of harm for children and adolescents.
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