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Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a...
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Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a focus on patient care staff.
Training designed to prevent medical errors and other undesired harmful effects resulting from technology, medication or interventions such as surgery or treatments. It is recommended for all staff with a focus on patient care staff.
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Produced by: HCCS
Initiating and having conversations with patients and their families about a serious illness is very much a skill that requires training and practice, just as any other complex medical technique or procedure....
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Initiating and having conversations with patients and their families about a serious illness is very much a skill that requires training and practice, just as any other complex medical technique or procedure. This immersive training has been developed by experts to assist professionals successfully prepare and navigate their way through having a serious illness conversation with patients and family members. This course takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. It may be taken in multiple sessions and you may stop and return at any point. Many find it helpful stopping after Module 1 (approximately 35 minutes into the program) and again after Module 3 (after an additional 25 minutes). It is recommended that the assessment, Module 4, be completed in one session of approximately 30 minutes.
Initiating and having conversations with patients and their families about a serious illness is very much a skill that requires training and practice, just as any other complex medical technique or procedure. This immersive training has been developed by experts to assist professionals successfully prepare and navigate their way through having a serious illness conversation with patients and family members. This course takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. It may be taken in multiple sessions and you may stop and return at any point. Many find it helpful stopping after Module 1 (approximately 35 minutes into the program) and again after Module 3 (after an additional 25 minutes). It is recommended that the assessment, Module 4, be completed in one session of approximately 30 minutes.
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Produced by: ConverSage
This course provides perioperative nurses and other healthcare professionals who are new to orthopedics, or who want a refresher on workflow processes with important, applicable information about orthopedic...
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This course provides perioperative nurses and other healthcare professionals who are new to orthopedics, or who want a refresher on workflow processes with important, applicable information about orthopedic trauma.
This course provides perioperative nurses and other healthcare professionals who are new to orthopedics, or who want a refresher on workflow processes with important, applicable information about orthopedic trauma.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
This course will provide perioperative nurses or other health care professionals who are new to orthopedics with useful information about basic spine anatomy; indications for spine surgery; and preoperative,...
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This course will provide perioperative nurses or other health care professionals who are new to orthopedics with useful information about basic spine anatomy; indications for spine surgery; and preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative nursing care of a patient undergoing spine surgery. It will also discuss anterior and posterior cervical spine surgery and anterior and posterior lumbar spine surgery.
This course will provide perioperative nurses or other health care professionals who are new to orthopedics with useful information about basic spine anatomy; indications for spine surgery; and preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative nursing care of a patient undergoing spine surgery. It will also discuss anterior and posterior cervical spine surgery and anterior and posterior lumbar spine surgery.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
This course includes an overview of normal hip anatomy and function, a review of the pathologies that can cause deterioration of the hip joint, and the three stages of hip arthroplasty (hip reconstruction...
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This course includes an overview of normal hip anatomy and function, a review of the pathologies that can cause deterioration of the hip joint, and the three stages of hip arthroplasty (hip reconstruction surgery). Although procedures of this type are a team effort, the course focuses on the specific role and responsibilities of the perioperative registered nurse.
This course includes an overview of normal hip anatomy and function, a review of the pathologies that can cause deterioration of the hip joint, and the three stages of hip arthroplasty (hip reconstruction surgery). Although procedures of this type are a team effort, the course focuses on the specific role and responsibilities of the perioperative registered nurse.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
This course gives an overview of the knee and provides the perioperative RN with a guide on how to apply this information during an adult total knee arthroplasty (TKA) and related procedures. It will...
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This course gives an overview of the knee and provides the perioperative RN with a guide on how to apply this information during an adult total knee arthroplasty (TKA) and related procedures. It will familiarize the nurse with the anatomy of the knee, the specialized needs of the patient undergoing TKA, the role of the perioperative RN, and the process of the procedure
This course gives an overview of the knee and provides the perioperative RN with a guide on how to apply this information during an adult total knee arthroplasty (TKA) and related procedures. It will familiarize the nurse with the anatomy of the knee, the specialized needs of the patient undergoing TKA, the role of the perioperative RN, and the process of the procedure
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Adverse drug events (ADEs) are the most common cause of iatrogenic patient harm in healthcare. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The Joint Commission, and the Institute of Medicine (now the...
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Adverse drug events (ADEs) are the most common cause of iatrogenic patient harm in healthcare. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The Joint Commission, and the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)), among others, identify medication reconciliation as a healthcare priority. Experts agree that reconciling medication lists during transitions in care can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality. This course will help you: • Understand the importance of medication reconciliation • Comply with regulatory and accreditation standards • Improve patient outcomes
Adverse drug events (ADEs) are the most common cause of iatrogenic patient harm in healthcare. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The Joint Commission, and the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)), among others, identify medication reconciliation as a healthcare priority. Experts agree that reconciling medication lists during transitions in care can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality. This course will help you: • Understand the importance of medication reconciliation • Comply with regulatory and accreditation standards • Improve patient outcomes
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Adverse drug events (ADEs) are the most common cause of iatrogenic patient harm in healthcare. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The Joint Commission, and the Institute of Medicine (now the...
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Adverse drug events (ADEs) are the most common cause of iatrogenic patient harm in healthcare. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The Joint Commission, and the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)), among others, identify medication reconciliation as a healthcare priority. Experts agree that reconciling medication lists during transitions in care can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality. This course will help you: • Understand the importance of medication reconciliation • Comply with regulatory and accreditation standards • Improve patient outcomes
Adverse drug events (ADEs) are the most common cause of iatrogenic patient harm in healthcare. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The Joint Commission, and the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)), among others, identify medication reconciliation as a healthcare priority. Experts agree that reconciling medication lists during transitions in care can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality. This course will help you: • Understand the importance of medication reconciliation • Comply with regulatory and accreditation standards • Improve patient outcomes
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Any time there is a transition of care, there is a risk of patients receiving fragmented care. Miscommunication can occur as responsibilities for care are transferred from one provider to another. This often...
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Any time there is a transition of care, there is a risk of patients receiving fragmented care. Miscommunication can occur as responsibilities for care are transferred from one provider to another. This often results in adverse events, emergency department (ED) visits, and often rehospitalization. Preventing hospital readmissions is a national focus of healthcare reform because readmissions often reflect poor quality of care and result in increased costs for health insurers, the government, and patients. This course will help you: • Appreciate challenges in transitioning care • Improve your communication skills to ensure patient safety during transitions • Do your part to prevent adverse events and reduce hospital readmissions
Any time there is a transition of care, there is a risk of patients receiving fragmented care. Miscommunication can occur as responsibilities for care are transferred from one provider to another. This often results in adverse events, emergency department (ED) visits, and often rehospitalization. Preventing hospital readmissions is a national focus of healthcare reform because readmissions often reflect poor quality of care and result in increased costs for health insurers, the government, and patients. This course will help you: • Appreciate challenges in transitioning care • Improve your communication skills to ensure patient safety during transitions • Do your part to prevent adverse events and reduce hospital readmissions
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Any time there is a transition of care, there is a risk of patients receiving fragmented care. Miscommunication can occur as responsibilities for care are transferred from one provider to another. This often...
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Any time there is a transition of care, there is a risk of patients receiving fragmented care. Miscommunication can occur as responsibilities for care are transferred from one provider to another. This often results in adverse events, emergency department (ED) visits, and often rehospitalization. Preventing hospital readmissions is a national focus of healthcare reform because readmissions often reflect poor quality of care and result in increased costs for health insurers, the government, and patients. This course will help you: • Appreciate challenges in transitioning care • Improve your communication skills to ensure patient safety during transitions • Do your part to prevent adverse events and reduce hospital readmissions
Any time there is a transition of care, there is a risk of patients receiving fragmented care. Miscommunication can occur as responsibilities for care are transferred from one provider to another. This often results in adverse events, emergency department (ED) visits, and often rehospitalization. Preventing hospital readmissions is a national focus of healthcare reform because readmissions often reflect poor quality of care and result in increased costs for health insurers, the government, and patients. This course will help you: • Appreciate challenges in transitioning care • Improve your communication skills to ensure patient safety during transitions • Do your part to prevent adverse events and reduce hospital readmissions
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