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For frontline medical professionals, preventing medication errors begins with the preparation of the medication and continues with administration and documentation. For anyone administering medication to...
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For frontline medical professionals, preventing medication errors begins with the preparation of the medication and continues with administration and documentation. For anyone administering medication to another individual, there are many checks along the way to ensure that medication administration is done without error. This course will overview the basics of pharmacology and the role of the healthcare team in preventing medication errors. In addition, this course discusses procedures for medication administration as well as the appropriate documentation.
For frontline medical professionals, preventing medication errors begins with the preparation of the medication and continues with administration and documentation. For anyone administering medication to another individual, there are many checks along the way to ensure that medication administration is done without error. This course will overview the basics of pharmacology and the role of the healthcare team in preventing medication errors. In addition, this course discusses procedures for medication administration as well as the appropriate documentation.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Written and electronic documentation in the medical record is an important part of delivering healthcare. Nurses working in the correctional setting have all the same accountability for delivering and...
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Written and electronic documentation in the medical record is an important part of delivering healthcare. Nurses working in the correctional setting have all the same accountability for delivering and documenting care as those working in traditional settings along with some unique risks and liabilities that need attention.
Written and electronic documentation in the medical record is an important part of delivering healthcare. Nurses working in the correctional setting have all the same accountability for delivering and documenting care as those working in traditional settings along with some unique risks and liabilities that need attention.
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Produced by: Lorry Schoenly
This course presents several Compliance Risk Areas that occur in Nursing Facilities including confidentiality of resident information, documentation and coding, billing and reimbursement practices, and...
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This course presents several Compliance Risk Areas that occur in Nursing Facilities including confidentiality of resident information, documentation and coding, billing and reimbursement practices, and illegal provider relationships. It also covers penalties for violations of the False Claims Act, key elements of the Nursing Home Value-Based Purchasing Program demonstration, Conflicts of Interest and the Elder Justice Act.
This course presents several Compliance Risk Areas that occur in Nursing Facilities including confidentiality of resident information, documentation and coding, billing and reimbursement practices, and illegal provider relationships. It also covers penalties for violations of the False Claims Act, key elements of the Nursing Home Value-Based Purchasing Program demonstration, Conflicts of Interest and the Elder Justice Act.
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Produced by: HCCS - Retail Only
This course describes the seven elements of a compliance program as outlined in the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. Content is also included on risk areas to address in order to avoid being the target of a...
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This course describes the seven elements of a compliance program as outlined in the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. Content is also included on risk areas to address in order to avoid being the target of a government investigation, the importance of a compliance program and how to evaluate the effectiveness of a compliance program.
This course describes the seven elements of a compliance program as outlined in the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. Content is also included on risk areas to address in order to avoid being the target of a government investigation, the importance of a compliance program and how to evaluate the effectiveness of a compliance program.
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Produced by: HCCS - Retail Only
This course reviews clinical documentation that supports medical necessity, bundling and unbundling as related to coding, explains when to use the different Notices of Liability and sample Medicare Secondary...
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This course reviews clinical documentation that supports medical necessity, bundling and unbundling as related to coding, explains when to use the different Notices of Liability and sample Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) questions.
This course reviews clinical documentation that supports medical necessity, bundling and unbundling as related to coding, explains when to use the different Notices of Liability and sample Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) questions.
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Produced by: HCCS - Retail Only
This course identifies the most common type of billing fraud, discusses duplicate billing, bad debt, and the time frames for making refunds on credit balances.
This course identifies the most common type of billing fraud, discusses duplicate billing, bad debt, and the time frames for making refunds on credit balances.
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Produced by: HCCS - Retail Only
This course discusses the CMS Initiative to Reduce Avoidable Hospitalization Among Nursing Facility Residents, quality requirements of the Medicare and Medicaid programs, the Quality Assurance and Performance...
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This course discusses the CMS Initiative to Reduce Avoidable Hospitalization Among Nursing Facility Residents, quality requirements of the Medicare and Medicaid programs, the Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) program, Minimum Data Set (MDS), and the intended purposes of quality measures.
This course discusses the CMS Initiative to Reduce Avoidable Hospitalization Among Nursing Facility Residents, quality requirements of the Medicare and Medicaid programs, the Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) program, Minimum Data Set (MDS), and the intended purposes of quality measures.
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Produced by: HCCS - Retail Only
This course provides introductory guidelines for completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment with a focus on outcomes, conventions and timepoints.
This course provides introductory guidelines for completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment with a focus on outcomes, conventions and timepoints.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Interactive e-learning course that provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and...
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Interactive e-learning course that provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and potentially avoidable events. This course covers the first half of the OASIS-C2 Comprehensive Assessment.
Interactive e-learning course that provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and potentially avoidable events. This course covers the first half of the OASIS-C2 Comprehensive Assessment.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Interactive e-learning course that provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and...
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Interactive e-learning course that provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and potentially avoidable events. This course covers the first half of the OASIS-C2 Comprehensive Assessment.
Interactive e-learning course that provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-C2 comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and potentially avoidable events. This course covers the first half of the OASIS-C2 Comprehensive Assessment.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides introductory guidelines for completion of the OASIS-D comprehensive assessment.
This program provides introductory guidelines for completion of the OASIS-D comprehensive assessment.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-D comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and potentially avoidable events....
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This program provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-D comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and potentially avoidable events. Part 2 reviews the second half of the OASIS-D assessment.
This program provides advanced concepts in the completion of the OASIS-D comprehensive assessment. The focus of the course is key data elements that impact payment, outcomes and potentially avoidable events. Part 2 reviews the second half of the OASIS-D assessment.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Medication errors can occur anywhere medication is distributed: from nursing homes and doctor offices to hospitals and pharmacies. Whenever medication is given from one person to another, there is always a...
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Medication errors can occur anywhere medication is distributed: from nursing homes and doctor offices to hospitals and pharmacies. Whenever medication is given from one person to another, there is always a possibility that a medication error will occur. Medication errors are often a cause for legal actions taken against medical professionals, and they can range from minor to even fatal. Most medication errors could have been prevented with training and awareness. This course will overview the common medical errors that occur, legal and ethical issues related to medication errors, and the 6 rights.
Medication errors can occur anywhere medication is distributed: from nursing homes and doctor offices to hospitals and pharmacies. Whenever medication is given from one person to another, there is always a possibility that a medication error will occur. Medication errors are often a cause for legal actions taken against medical professionals, and they can range from minor to even fatal. Most medication errors could have been prevented with training and awareness. This course will overview the common medical errors that occur, legal and ethical issues related to medication errors, and the 6 rights.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Medication errors can occur anywhere medication is distributed: from nursing homes and doctor offices to hospitals and pharmacies. Whenever medication is given from one person to another, there is always a...
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Medication errors can occur anywhere medication is distributed: from nursing homes and doctor offices to hospitals and pharmacies. Whenever medication is given from one person to another, there is always a possibility that a medication error will occur. Medication errors are often a cause for legal actions taken against medical professionals, and they can range from minor to even fatal. Most medication errors could have been prevented with training and awareness. This course will overview the common medical errors that occur, legal and ethical issues related to medication errors, and the 6 rights.
Medication errors can occur anywhere medication is distributed: from nursing homes and doctor offices to hospitals and pharmacies. Whenever medication is given from one person to another, there is always a possibility that a medication error will occur. Medication errors are often a cause for legal actions taken against medical professionals, and they can range from minor to even fatal. Most medication errors could have been prevented with training and awareness. This course will overview the common medical errors that occur, legal and ethical issues related to medication errors, and the 6 rights.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Los errores en la medicación pueden ocurrir en cualquier lugar donde se distribuyan medicamentos: desde hogares de ancianos, consultorios médicos hasta hospitales y farmacias. En el momento en que se le...
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Los errores en la medicación pueden ocurrir en cualquier lugar donde se distribuyan medicamentos: desde hogares de ancianos, consultorios médicos hasta hospitales y farmacias. En el momento en que se le administra un medicamento a otra persona, cabe la posibilidad de que se cometa un error en la medicación. Los errores en la medicación son frecuentemente las causas para que se tomen acciones legales contra los profesionales de la salud y estos pueden ir desde errores menores hasta fatales. La mayoría de los errores en la medicación podrían haberse evitado con entrenamiento y consciencia. Este curso ofrecerá un resumen de los errores médicos más comunes que ocurren, así como los asuntos legales y éticos relacionados con los errores de medicación, y los 6 derechos.
Los errores en la medicación pueden ocurrir en cualquier lugar donde se distribuyan medicamentos: desde hogares de ancianos, consultorios médicos hasta hospitales y farmacias. En el momento en que se le administra un medicamento a otra persona, cabe la posibilidad de que se cometa un error en la medicación. Los errores en la medicación son frecuentemente las causas para que se tomen acciones legales contra los profesionales de la salud y estos pueden ir desde errores menores hasta fatales. La mayoría de los errores en la medicación podrían haberse evitado con entrenamiento y consciencia. Este curso ofrecerá un resumen de los errores médicos más comunes que ocurren, así como los asuntos legales y éticos relacionados con los errores de medicación, y los 6 derechos.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Unnecessary hospital admissions and readmissions are associated with a negative impact on the patient’s quality of life. This process of unnecessary admissions and readmissions is referred to in many terms,...
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Unnecessary hospital admissions and readmissions are associated with a negative impact on the patient’s quality of life. This process of unnecessary admissions and readmissions is referred to in many terms, including bounce back, frequent flyer, re-hospitalization, and readmission. For patients, an unnecessary admission or readmission to the hospital can lead to the development of cognitive, emotional, and physical complications. Beyond the impact on the patient’s quality of life, the financial impact can be significant for insurance payers. Frontline caregivers play a significant role in preventing unnecessary hospital admissions and readmissions. This course discusses the problem with unnecessary hospital admissions, how to recognize when readmissions are unnecessary and effective prevention methods.
Unnecessary hospital admissions and readmissions are associated with a negative impact on the patient’s quality of life. This process of unnecessary admissions and readmissions is referred to in many terms, including bounce back, frequent flyer, re-hospitalization, and readmission. For patients, an unnecessary admission or readmission to the hospital can lead to the development of cognitive, emotional, and physical complications. Beyond the impact on the patient’s quality of life, the financial impact can be significant for insurance payers. Frontline caregivers play a significant role in preventing unnecessary hospital admissions and readmissions. This course discusses the problem with unnecessary hospital admissions, how to recognize when readmissions are unnecessary and effective prevention methods.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Los ingresos y reingresos hospitalarios innecesarios están asociados a un impacto negativo en la calidad de vida del paciente. Este proceso de admisiones y readmisiones innecesarias alude en muchos términos,...
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Los ingresos y reingresos hospitalarios innecesarios están asociados a un impacto negativo en la calidad de vida del paciente. Este proceso de admisiones y readmisiones innecesarias alude en muchos términos, a la recuperación, el viajero frecuente, la re-hospitalización y la readmisión. Para los pacientes, un ingreso o una readmisión innecesaria en el hospital puede llevar al desarrollo de complicaciones cognitivas, emocionales y físicas. Más allá del impacto en la calidad de vida del paciente, el impacto financiero puede ser muy grande para los que pagan un seguro. Los cuidadores de primera línea juegan un papel importante en la prevención de admisiones y readmisiones hospitalarias innecesarias. Este curso analiza el problema de las hospitalizaciones innecesarias, cómo reconocer cuando las readmisiones son innecesarias y los métodos de prevención efectivos.
Los ingresos y reingresos hospitalarios innecesarios están asociados a un impacto negativo en la calidad de vida del paciente. Este proceso de admisiones y readmisiones innecesarias alude en muchos términos, a la recuperación, el viajero frecuente, la re-hospitalización y la readmisión. Para los pacientes, un ingreso o una readmisión innecesaria en el hospital puede llevar al desarrollo de complicaciones cognitivas, emocionales y físicas. Más allá del impacto en la calidad de vida del paciente, el impacto financiero puede ser muy grande para los que pagan un seguro. Los cuidadores de primera línea juegan un papel importante en la prevención de admisiones y readmisiones hospitalarias innecesarias. Este curso analiza el problema de las hospitalizaciones innecesarias, cómo reconocer cuando las readmisiones son innecesarias y los métodos de prevención efectivos.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
The ability to speak confidently and convincingly in public is a valuable skill to have in both the business world and private life. In fact, the top things employers seek in a new hire are good verbal and...
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The ability to speak confidently and convincingly in public is a valuable skill to have in both the business world and private life. In fact, the top things employers seek in a new hire are good verbal and written communication skills. Many people experience stress when they have to speak in public, but planning for success and building structure around the speaking engagement increases self-confidence and reduces speaking anxiety. This course discusses public speaking and presentations and gives a step-by-step process for creating a speech for any occasion.
The ability to speak confidently and convincingly in public is a valuable skill to have in both the business world and private life. In fact, the top things employers seek in a new hire are good verbal and written communication skills. Many people experience stress when they have to speak in public, but planning for success and building structure around the speaking engagement increases self-confidence and reduces speaking anxiety. This course discusses public speaking and presentations and gives a step-by-step process for creating a speech for any occasion.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
When young children have a negative and chaotic relationship with their caregivers, they have a risk for developing an attachment disorder. One of the most severe types of attachment disorders seen in...
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When young children have a negative and chaotic relationship with their caregivers, they have a risk for developing an attachment disorder. One of the most severe types of attachment disorders seen in children who have experienced abuse and neglect is reactive attachment disorder, which has resulted in general behavioral problems, social problems, and mental health problems in children. Untreated reactive attachment disorder can also lead to an increased risk of mental health problems as an adult. While reactive attachment disorder is considered relatively rare, it is frequently seen in institutional settings such as foster care. Approximately 35 to 45 percent of children in foster care have symptoms of reactive attachment disorder. Family based treatment approaches can both teach caregivers parenting skills and address behaviors in children that are effective in improving attachment, sense of self, and reducing negative behaviors associated with reactive attachment disorder. This course discusses the symptoms and risks associated with reactive attachment disorder and explores effective treatment approaches.
When young children have a negative and chaotic relationship with their caregivers, they have a risk for developing an attachment disorder. One of the most severe types of attachment disorders seen in children who have experienced abuse and neglect is reactive attachment disorder, which has resulted in general behavioral problems, social problems, and mental health problems in children. Untreated reactive attachment disorder can also lead to an increased risk of mental health problems as an adult. While reactive attachment disorder is considered relatively rare, it is frequently seen in institutional settings such as foster care. Approximately 35 to 45 percent of children in foster care have symptoms of reactive attachment disorder. Family based treatment approaches can both teach caregivers parenting skills and address behaviors in children that are effective in improving attachment, sense of self, and reducing negative behaviors associated with reactive attachment disorder. This course discusses the symptoms and risks associated with reactive attachment disorder and explores effective treatment approaches.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
This lesson provides nurse aides with a review of the basic principles of client care documentation, including the ethics and legalities involved in documentation. Discusses the DO's and DON'Ts of documenting...
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This lesson provides nurse aides with a review of the basic principles of client care documentation, including the ethics and legalities involved in documentation. Discusses the DO's and DON'Ts of documenting client care in a variety of health care settings. Emphasizes the importance of attention to detail and timeliness. 1 hour of inservice credit.
This lesson provides nurse aides with a review of the basic principles of client care documentation, including the ethics and legalities involved in documentation. Discusses the DO's and DON'Ts of documenting client care in a variety of health care settings. Emphasizes the importance of attention to detail and timeliness. 1 hour of inservice credit.
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Produced by: In The Know
TIMED - 60 minutes This lesson provides nurse aides with a review of the basic principles of client care documentation, including the ethics and legalities involved in documentation. Discusses the DO's and...
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TIMED - 60 minutes This lesson provides nurse aides with a review of the basic principles of client care documentation, including the ethics and legalities involved in documentation. Discusses the DO's and DON'Ts of documenting client care in a variety of health care settings. Emphasizes the importance of attention to detail and timeliness. 1 hour of inservice credit.
TIMED - 60 minutes This lesson provides nurse aides with a review of the basic principles of client care documentation, including the ethics and legalities involved in documentation. Discusses the DO's and DON'Ts of documenting client care in a variety of health care settings. Emphasizes the importance of attention to detail and timeliness. 1 hour of inservice credit.
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Produced by: In The Know
Over the past decade, the number of suicides has risen as more individuals report suicidal thoughts and risk factors continue to increase. With the increase of attempts and completed suicides, the need for...
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Over the past decade, the number of suicides has risen as more individuals report suicidal thoughts and risk factors continue to increase. With the increase of attempts and completed suicides, the need for suicide prevention is greater than ever. The impact that suicide has had on society cannot be measured as families and entire communities can be impacted when someone commits suicide, creating increased risk for all. There have been programs successfully implemented to help prevent and respond to suicide, though research continues to address population specific risks. Collaboration across multiple fields (such as mental health, medical care, education, churches, etc.) has also been found to be effective suicide prevention. Effective prevention programs can decrease both the numbers of people at risk for suicide and its impact on society. This overview of suicide prevention will focus on the risk factors for suicide and discuss in detail the most effective prevention approaches.
Over the past decade, the number of suicides has risen as more individuals report suicidal thoughts and risk factors continue to increase. With the increase of attempts and completed suicides, the need for suicide prevention is greater than ever. The impact that suicide has had on society cannot be measured as families and entire communities can be impacted when someone commits suicide, creating increased risk for all. There have been programs successfully implemented to help prevent and respond to suicide, though research continues to address population specific risks. Collaboration across multiple fields (such as mental health, medical care, education, churches, etc.) has also been found to be effective suicide prevention. Effective prevention programs can decrease both the numbers of people at risk for suicide and its impact on society. This overview of suicide prevention will focus on the risk factors for suicide and discuss in detail the most effective prevention approaches.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Over the past decade, the number of suicides has risen as more individuals report suicidal thoughts and risk factors continue to increase. With the increase of attempts and completed suicides, the need for...
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Over the past decade, the number of suicides has risen as more individuals report suicidal thoughts and risk factors continue to increase. With the increase of attempts and completed suicides, the need for suicide prevention is greater than ever. The impact that suicide has had on society cannot be measured as families and entire communities can be impacted when someone commits suicide, creating increased risk for all. There have been programs successfully implemented to help prevent and respond to suicide, though research continues to address population specific risks. Collaboration across multiple fields (such as mental health, medical care, education, churches, etc.) has also been found to be effective suicide prevention. Effective prevention programs can decrease both the numbers of people at risk for suicide and its impact on society. This overview of suicide prevention will focus on the risk factors for suicide and discuss in detail the most effective prevention approaches.
Over the past decade, the number of suicides has risen as more individuals report suicidal thoughts and risk factors continue to increase. With the increase of attempts and completed suicides, the need for suicide prevention is greater than ever. The impact that suicide has had on society cannot be measured as families and entire communities can be impacted when someone commits suicide, creating increased risk for all. There have been programs successfully implemented to help prevent and respond to suicide, though research continues to address population specific risks. Collaboration across multiple fields (such as mental health, medical care, education, churches, etc.) has also been found to be effective suicide prevention. Effective prevention programs can decrease both the numbers of people at risk for suicide and its impact on society. This overview of suicide prevention will focus on the risk factors for suicide and discuss in detail the most effective prevention approaches.
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En la última década, el número de suicidios ha aumentado a medida que más personas reportan pensamientos suicidas y los factores de riesgo continúan en aumento. Con el aumento de los intentos y suicidios...
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En la última década, el número de suicidios ha aumentado a medida que más personas reportan pensamientos suicidas y los factores de riesgo continúan en aumento. Con el aumento de los intentos y suicidios completados, la necesidad de prevenir el suicidio es mayor que nunca. El impacto que ha tenido el suicidio en la sociedad no se puede medir ya que las familias y comunidades enteras pueden verse afectadas cuando alguien comete suicidio, lo que crea un mayor riesgo para todos. Se han implementado programas con éxito para prevenir y dar respuesta al suicidio, aunque la investigación continúa abordando los riesgos específicos de la población. La colaboración a través de múltiples campos (como la salud mental, atención médica, educación, iglesias, etc.) han demostrado ser efectivas en la prevención del suicidio. Los programas de prevención efectivos pueden disminuir tanto el número de de personas en riesgo de suicidio y su impacto en la sociedad. Esta descripción general sobre la prevención del suicidio se centrará en los factores de riesgo del suicidio y analizará en detalle los enfoques de prevención más efectivos.
En la última década, el número de suicidios ha aumentado a medida que más personas reportan pensamientos suicidas y los factores de riesgo continúan en aumento. Con el aumento de los intentos y suicidios completados, la necesidad de prevenir el suicidio es mayor que nunca. El impacto que ha tenido el suicidio en la sociedad no se puede medir ya que las familias y comunidades enteras pueden verse afectadas cuando alguien comete suicidio, lo que crea un mayor riesgo para todos. Se han implementado programas con éxito para prevenir y dar respuesta al suicidio, aunque la investigación continúa abordando los riesgos específicos de la población. La colaboración a través de múltiples campos (como la salud mental, atención médica, educación, iglesias, etc.) han demostrado ser efectivas en la prevención del suicidio. Los programas de prevención efectivos pueden disminuir tanto el número de de personas en riesgo de suicidio y su impacto en la sociedad. Esta descripción general sobre la prevención del suicidio se centrará en los factores de riesgo del suicidio y analizará en detalle los enfoques de prevención más efectivos.
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Understanding how to recognize risk factors for suicidal behaviors and effective interventions is a necessary skill for direct support professionals working regularly with patients. Suicidal behaviors impact...
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Understanding how to recognize risk factors for suicidal behaviors and effective interventions is a necessary skill for direct support professionals working regularly with patients. Suicidal behaviors impact not only those immediately connected to the individual but also beyond them to society as families and entire communities can be impacted when someone commits suicide, creating increased risk for all. Collaboration across multiple professions is known to be effective for suicide prevention. Effective prevention programs can decrease both the numbers of people at risk for suicide and its impact on society. This overview of suicide prevention will focus on the risk factors for suicide and discuss in detail the most effective prevention approaches as well as methods of identifying and screening for suicidal behaviors.
Understanding how to recognize risk factors for suicidal behaviors and effective interventions is a necessary skill for direct support professionals working regularly with patients. Suicidal behaviors impact not only those immediately connected to the individual but also beyond them to society as families and entire communities can be impacted when someone commits suicide, creating increased risk for all. Collaboration across multiple professions is known to be effective for suicide prevention. Effective prevention programs can decrease both the numbers of people at risk for suicide and its impact on society. This overview of suicide prevention will focus on the risk factors for suicide and discuss in detail the most effective prevention approaches as well as methods of identifying and screening for suicidal behaviors.
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