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Bañarse con Dignidad para Administradores

La investigación ha demostrado que casi la mitad de los residentes de hogares de ancianos se angustian durante el baño. Esta angustia es un problema grave: una mirada cercana a los informes de incidentes en centros mostrará que un gran porcentaje de ellos están relacionados con el baño. Esta...


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Bathing with Dignity for Administrators

This course is intended for Nursing Home Administrators and is approved by NAB. Authored by Joanne Rader, RN, MN, PMHNP, award-winning author and founding member of the Pioneer Network. Research has shown that as many as half of nursing home residents get distressed during bathing. This distress...


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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (for Nurses and Administrators)

Sexual harassment is not an easy term to define. What one individual views as appropriate behavior in the workplace may be completely unacceptable to another. Context is critical to determine if a particular behavior or a set of behaviors constitutes sexual harassment. Behavior equals conduct....




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Fire Safety - (non CE)

This mandatory update outlines the types of fire hazards commonly encountered in the healthcare environment and the information necessary to prevent fire, and the steps to take in case of fire. By knowing this information, you will be assisting in continuing care of patients and providing a...


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Controlling Violence in Healthcare and Preventing Elder Abuse

The purpose of this program is to provide nurses with an understanding of how to spot warning signs of impending violence and elder abuse and how to take action to prevent them. #Courses #Emergency-and-Trauma #Geriatric #Manager #Nursing-Home-Administrator #Doctors-Office-Community...



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Advance Directives: Guidelines for Healthcare Providers - 1.0 CE (for Nurses)

Modern medicine provides opportunities to extend life, opportunities that did not exist even a few years ago. However, the decision concerning extreme life- saving measures rests with the individual patient. Often, those decisions are expressed in a document called an advance directive. This...