Across the Continuum of Care

  • To achieve sustainable cost control, lab managers and directors may benefit from understanding initiatives that Supply Chain have already implemented or are considering implementing across the rest of ...

  • Clinical laboratories guide 60-80% of medical decisions within acute care settings and, due to this, are experiencing an increased demand for testing. However, they are simultaneously facing a myriad of ...

  • There are numerous symptoms associated with cancer, palliative and hospice care that need to be considered when caring for patients in this category. It is imperative that the healthcare assistant understand ...

  • This course consists of the materials and information necessary to protect yourself and those around you from being exposed to blood or blood-containing items that you may come into contact with throughout ...

  • The NE1 Wound Assessment Tool has been developed to help clinical staff assess and document wounds. The Tool encourages a consistent, useful, and thorough approach to this critical step in the treatment ...

  • Resources on palliative care have been relatively rare in the past. This course offers valuable information on what palliative care is and how to access it. #Courses   #Australia   #Across-the-Continuum-of-Care ...

  • Venous thrombolytic events, or VTEs, which include deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, and pulmonary emboli, or PE, are recognized as the most preventable cause of death of hospitalized patients or those who ...

  • Restraints are a concern in healthcare today due to the danger they pose to those restrained. It is recognized that restraint use needs to be decreased. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has ...

  • Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects the population worldwide. An estimated 382 million people across the globe, or 9% of the world’s population, have diabetes. The number of individuals affected ...

  • Diabetes is a metabolic disease that affects the patient’s ability to utilize glucose properly. Because of this, patients’ glucose levels need to be monitored closely, and reported to the nurse and/or ...