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Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Developing good managers and great leaders in healthcare
Developing good managers and great leaders in healthcare
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Sigma courseware that has been bundled for the topic of ethics in the clinical setting.
Sigma courseware that has been bundled for the topic of ethics in the clinical setting.
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Produced by: Sigma (FKA: Sigma Theta Tau International)
This Sigma program examines key ethical issues, terms, concepts, and ideas around the everyday part of nursing practice.
This Sigma program examines key ethical issues, terms, concepts, and ideas around the everyday part of nursing practice.
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Produced by: Sigma (FKA: Sigma Theta Tau International)
Sigma program is focused on nurses returning to the workforce.
Sigma program is focused on nurses returning to the workforce.
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Produced by: Sigma (FKA: Sigma Theta Tau International)
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Most people don't work for free--after all it is called "making a living." How well (or poorly) a manager compensates their workers has a big impact on if someone will go to work at a company, and whether or...
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Most people don't work for free--after all it is called "making a living." How well (or poorly) a manager compensates their workers has a big impact on if someone will go to work at a company, and whether or not they'll stay long-term. This course discusses how organizations and managers make decisions regarding worker compensation.
Most people don't work for free--after all it is called "making a living." How well (or poorly) a manager compensates their workers has a big impact on if someone will go to work at a company, and whether or not they'll stay long-term. This course discusses how organizations and managers make decisions regarding worker compensation.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Employee separation describes when an employee leaves their employer for any reason. These separations might be voluntary, because the employee chooses to leave, or involuntary, when the employer decides to...
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Employee separation describes when an employee leaves their employer for any reason. These separations might be voluntary, because the employee chooses to leave, or involuntary, when the employer decides to end the relationship. Some employees simply abandon their job for a variety of reasons, nefarious and otherwise. Organizations also choose to downsize and eliminate jobs within the company by offering early retirements or laying-off workers.
Employee separation describes when an employee leaves their employer for any reason. These separations might be voluntary, because the employee chooses to leave, or involuntary, when the employer decides to end the relationship. Some employees simply abandon their job for a variety of reasons, nefarious and otherwise. Organizations also choose to downsize and eliminate jobs within the company by offering early retirements or laying-off workers.
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Managers are expected to adhere to much different federal, state,county, and local laws that pertain to how companies recruit, hire, train, promote, terminate, and treat their workers. The general effect of...
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Managers are expected to adhere to much different federal, state,county, and local laws that pertain to how companies recruit, hire, train, promote, terminate, and treat their workers. The general effect of all these laws is that employers are not allowed to discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of an applicant's membership in a protected class.
Managers are expected to adhere to much different federal, state,county, and local laws that pertain to how companies recruit, hire, train, promote, terminate, and treat their workers. The general effect of all these laws is that employers are not allowed to discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of an applicant's membership in a protected class.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Ethical and Legal standards are the rules, morals, and laws that govern the behavior of healthcare providers and protect patients, clients, and residents.  During their shift, Direct Support Professionals...
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Ethical and Legal standards are the rules, morals, and laws that govern the behavior of healthcare providers and protect patients, clients, and residents.  During their shift, Direct Support Professionals make many decisions and take several actions, so it is important that they understand the ethical and legal standards they must follow.
Ethical and Legal standards are the rules, morals, and laws that govern the behavior of healthcare providers and protect patients, clients, and residents.  During their shift, Direct Support Professionals make many decisions and take several actions, so it is important that they understand the ethical and legal standards they must follow.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Managers lead workers who are assigned specific tasks and roles in the organization that are designed to meet some company objective. This course discusses how jobs are designed and what managers can do to...
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Managers lead workers who are assigned specific tasks and roles in the organization that are designed to meet some company objective. This course discusses how jobs are designed and what managers can do to ensure their workers are effective at executing their job.
Managers lead workers who are assigned specific tasks and roles in the organization that are designed to meet some company objective. This course discusses how jobs are designed and what managers can do to ensure their workers are effective at executing their job.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Selection is the process of gathering information about job applicants to decide which one should be offered the job. The first selection devices that let job applicants interact with hiring managers are the...
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Selection is the process of gathering information about job applicants to decide which one should be offered the job. The first selection devices that let job applicants interact with hiring managers are the application form and résumés. Many companies use the information in these documents to conduct background screenings and reference checks to identify the best applicants. Several different types of selection tests are also used to further identify the top candidates for a job.
Selection is the process of gathering information about job applicants to decide which one should be offered the job. The first selection devices that let job applicants interact with hiring managers are the application form and résumés. Many companies use the information in these documents to conduct background screenings and reference checks to identify the best applicants. Several different types of selection tests are also used to further identify the top candidates for a job.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Every ethical dilemma is unique, requiring managers to make sound decisions in order to "do the right thing". This course discusses how managers can make ethical decisions.
Every ethical dilemma is unique, requiring managers to make sound decisions in order to "do the right thing". This course discusses how managers can make ethical decisions.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Managers, administrators, and supervisors in healthcare facilities have many tasks to juggle every day. Besides running the facility, building a strong care team, providing patient and client care, and...
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Managers, administrators, and supervisors in healthcare facilities have many tasks to juggle every day. Besides running the facility, building a strong care team, providing patient and client care, and keeping beds full, they also have many duties related to staff performance management. Facility leaders should consistently manage their staff member's performance throughout the year, coaching away undesired behaviors and recognizing and rewarding desired behaviors. This ongoing cycle of performance management is then documented and used to give staff members their formal performance evaluations. For a facility to be successful, its leaders must routinely review and grade the efforts each staff member makes towards meeting the facility's goals and objectives. This course discusses the purpose performance evaluations serve within a facility and how to write them.
Managers, administrators, and supervisors in healthcare facilities have many tasks to juggle every day. Besides running the facility, building a strong care team, providing patient and client care, and keeping beds full, they also have many duties related to staff performance management. Facility leaders should consistently manage their staff member's performance throughout the year, coaching away undesired behaviors and recognizing and rewarding desired behaviors. This ongoing cycle of performance management is then documented and used to give staff members their formal performance evaluations. For a facility to be successful, its leaders must routinely review and grade the efforts each staff member makes towards meeting the facility's goals and objectives. This course discusses the purpose performance evaluations serve within a facility and how to write them.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
"Learn To Avoid Another Being A Failure – And The Critical Keys To Achieving Success. A lot of “good” people find themselves getting fired, or even getting arrested, and have to ask, “How did I end up...
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"Learn To Avoid Another Being A Failure – And The Critical Keys To Achieving Success. A lot of “good” people find themselves getting fired, or even getting arrested, and have to ask, “How did I end up here?” You likely didn’t wake up today and make a conscious decision to NOT steal a car or rob a bank. However, you already have made thousands of choices, and those choices will have an inevitable impact on your life, and the lives of others. This course shows how to recognize and understand HOW to be trustworthy, reliable, and honest in your professional and personal life."
"Learn To Avoid Another Being A Failure – And The Critical Keys To Achieving Success. A lot of “good” people find themselves getting fired, or even getting arrested, and have to ask, “How did I end up here?” You likely didn’t wake up today and make a conscious decision to NOT steal a car or rob a bank. However, you already have made thousands of choices, and those choices will have an inevitable impact on your life, and the lives of others. This course shows how to recognize and understand HOW to be trustworthy, reliable, and honest in your professional and personal life."
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Produced by: Bigger Brains
The performance appraisal is a tool used by managers to assess employee work performance. Effective performance appraisals are not treated as a formality or routine, but are rather viewed as a systematic,...
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The performance appraisal is a tool used by managers to assess employee work performance. Effective performance appraisals are not treated as a formality or routine, but are rather viewed as a systematic, formal approach to assess an individual's job performance. After writing an appraisal, managers should deliver it to their employees in a way that recognizes the worker's efforts towards reaching company goals while offering advice to help the worker do even better in the future.
The performance appraisal is a tool used by managers to assess employee work performance. Effective performance appraisals are not treated as a formality or routine, but are rather viewed as a systematic, formal approach to assess an individual's job performance. After writing an appraisal, managers should deliver it to their employees in a way that recognizes the worker's efforts towards reaching company goals while offering advice to help the worker do even better in the future.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Before work can be completed, managers need to ensure they have the right people to do the job. Recruiting is the process of identifying a group of qualified job applicants for a given organizational...
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Before work can be completed, managers need to ensure they have the right people to do the job. Recruiting is the process of identifying a group of qualified job applicants for a given organizational position. Before a manager can begin recruiting to fill an open position, they need to fully understand the position to be filled by completing a job analysis and writing a job description.
Before work can be completed, managers need to ensure they have the right people to do the job. Recruiting is the process of identifying a group of qualified job applicants for a given organizational position. Before a manager can begin recruiting to fill an open position, they need to fully understand the position to be filled by completing a job analysis and writing a job description.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Fostering positive, healthy work environments requires authentic leadership, an emphasis on civility and ethical practice, and an unwavering commitment to patient safety. This session highlights the scope and...
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Fostering positive, healthy work environments requires authentic leadership, an emphasis on civility and ethical practice, and an unwavering commitment to patient safety. This session highlights the scope and impact of workplace incivility, provides several evidence-based strategies to foster a positive, professional work environment, and details clear pathways for achieving results.
Fostering positive, healthy work environments requires authentic leadership, an emphasis on civility and ethical practice, and an unwavering commitment to patient safety. This session highlights the scope and impact of workplace incivility, provides several evidence-based strategies to foster a positive, professional work environment, and details clear pathways for achieving results.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International
Return to Nursing: A Refresher Program is designed for nurses who have been out of the nursing workforce for several years and would like to review necessary information in order to return to work in a...
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Return to Nursing: A Refresher Program is designed for nurses who have been out of the nursing workforce for several years and would like to review necessary information in order to return to work in a clinical setting. This program consists of two parts. Part 1: Review of Essential Concepts and Recent Changes in Health Care contains seven interactive online courses. Part 2: Review of Systems and Common Illnesses contains 10 video presentation courses.eturn to Nursing: A Refresher Program is designed for nurses who have been out of the nursing workforce for several years and would like to review necessary information in order to return to work in a clinical setting. This program consists of seven written courses and 10 review of systems video presentations. This program was developed in collaboration with the Indiana ENA forensic committee to provide learners with the necessary knowledge and resources to develop a clinical knowledge base when caring for patients of sexual violence. The content in this course was developed directly from the International Association of Forensic Nurses SANE education guidelines. The guidelines help the SAFE/SANE meet the medico-legal needs of individuals who experience sexual violence. The guidelines set out the minimum level of instruction for each key target competency in the adult/adolescent population.
Return to Nursing: A Refresher Program is designed for nurses who have been out of the nursing workforce for several years and would like to review necessary information in order to return to work in a clinical setting. This program consists of two parts. Part 1: Review of Essential Concepts and Recent Changes in Health Care contains seven interactive online courses. Part 2: Review of Systems and Common Illnesses contains 10 video presentation courses.eturn to Nursing: A Refresher Program is designed for nurses who have been out of the nursing workforce for several years and would like to review necessary information in order to return to work in a clinical setting. This program consists of seven written courses and 10 review of systems video presentations. This program was developed in collaboration with the Indiana ENA forensic committee to provide learners with the necessary knowledge and resources to develop a clinical knowledge base when caring for patients of sexual violence. The content in this course was developed directly from the International Association of Forensic Nurses SANE education guidelines. The guidelines help the SAFE/SANE meet the medico-legal needs of individuals who experience sexual violence. The guidelines set out the minimum level of instruction for each key target competency in the adult/adolescent population.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International
Balancing the right to healthcare treatment and individual rights in the context of professional moral and ethical practices is a difficult dilemma. This course aims to assist you to by providing a brief...
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Balancing the right to healthcare treatment and individual rights in the context of professional moral and ethical practices is a difficult dilemma. This course aims to assist you to by providing a brief overview of the context, nature and processes of ethical dilemmas, its associated terms, concepts, theories and processes. Understanding the basic concepts that apply to this field, including the underpinning ethical principles of healthcare practice, will enable the practitioner to more easily recognize an ethical dilemma.
Balancing the right to healthcare treatment and individual rights in the context of professional moral and ethical practices is a difficult dilemma. This course aims to assist you to by providing a brief overview of the context, nature and processes of ethical dilemmas, its associated terms, concepts, theories and processes. Understanding the basic concepts that apply to this field, including the underpinning ethical principles of healthcare practice, will enable the practitioner to more easily recognize an ethical dilemma.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International
Although initially an area associated with a distinct disciplinary study, such as philosophy, the subject of ethics is increasingly becoming everybody’s business. Increasing life expectancy with existent...
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Although initially an area associated with a distinct disciplinary study, such as philosophy, the subject of ethics is increasingly becoming everybody’s business. Increasing life expectancy with existent co-morbidities renders end-of-life care for older people much more complex and challenging. Within this, and many other contexts, ethical issues arise, as healthcare workers struggle to identify the best course of action within the context of differing and perhaps conflicting options. This course will address the issues of end-of-life life, research ethics, and public health ethics.
Although initially an area associated with a distinct disciplinary study, such as philosophy, the subject of ethics is increasingly becoming everybody’s business. Increasing life expectancy with existent co-morbidities renders end-of-life care for older people much more complex and challenging. Within this, and many other contexts, ethical issues arise, as healthcare workers struggle to identify the best course of action within the context of differing and perhaps conflicting options. This course will address the issues of end-of-life life, research ethics, and public health ethics.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International
This course describes the role of emotion in moral/ethical responses to provide a background for studying the bioethical principles. Scenarios from everyday life and clinical settings will be used to...
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This course describes the role of emotion in moral/ethical responses to provide a background for studying the bioethical principles. Scenarios from everyday life and clinical settings will be used to demonstrate the use of the bioethical principle framework inclusive of autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence and justice; and the interface of the framework with moral rules specifically veracity, confidentiality, privacy, informed consent, and fidelity.
This course describes the role of emotion in moral/ethical responses to provide a background for studying the bioethical principles. Scenarios from everyday life and clinical settings will be used to demonstrate the use of the bioethical principle framework inclusive of autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence and justice; and the interface of the framework with moral rules specifically veracity, confidentiality, privacy, informed consent, and fidelity.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International
The purpose of this course is to test your knowledge of the learning outcomes of the program you've just completed. You must complete this test to finish the program and receive your CE.
The purpose of this course is to test your knowledge of the learning outcomes of the program you've just completed. You must complete this test to finish the program and receive your CE.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International
This course introduces learners to ways of classifying and organizing “levels” of ethics from the very abstract to the more practical (or from the practical to the abstract). Learners will be presented with a...
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This course introduces learners to ways of classifying and organizing “levels” of ethics from the very abstract to the more practical (or from the practical to the abstract). Learners will be presented with a basic overview of meta ethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics, and learn how various theories and principles of ethics are interconnected. The importance of value analysis and how individual values have a place within the broader study of ethics will also be addressed.
This course introduces learners to ways of classifying and organizing “levels” of ethics from the very abstract to the more practical (or from the practical to the abstract). Learners will be presented with a basic overview of meta ethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics, and learn how various theories and principles of ethics are interconnected. The importance of value analysis and how individual values have a place within the broader study of ethics will also be addressed.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International
Healthcare professionals are mandated to protect and uphold all standards of healthcare practice. This course begins by exploring professional position statements in an organization and continues with a...
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Healthcare professionals are mandated to protect and uphold all standards of healthcare practice. This course begins by exploring professional position statements in an organization and continues with a pragmatic discussion of the practical considerations a clinician may encounter when dealing with individual, context-specific, and ethical challenges.
Healthcare professionals are mandated to protect and uphold all standards of healthcare practice. This course begins by exploring professional position statements in an organization and continues with a pragmatic discussion of the practical considerations a clinician may encounter when dealing with individual, context-specific, and ethical challenges.
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Produced by: STTI - Sigma Theta Tau International