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Phlebotomy Refresher

Phlebotomy is one of the most common procedures performed in healthcare today. This course will provide a refresher on phlebotomy for clinical professionals who already hold the appropriate certification to perform venipuncture in their state. This is not meant as initial training for new...

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Non-Ventilator Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia (NV-HAP): Why Oral Care Matters

When our patients come to the hospital, their hope is for a return to health. Each year millions of patients check into US hospitals, and unfortunately some of them will get a hospital-acquired infection. This can lead to extra days in the hospital, significant delay in their overall recovery,...

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Hospice Care: Home Versus the Long Term Care Facility - 0.5 CE (For Nurses)

The purpose of this program is to examine some of the pros and cons of receiving hospice care in the patient's home or in a long term care facility. The material is organized around the following categories: Introduction Hospice Care Hospice Care in Long Term Care Home Hospice Care ...

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The Role of the Hospice Nurse on the Healthcare Team

The purpose of this program is to provide an understanding of the different types of hospices nurses there are, what roles they are assigned, and their impact on terminally ill patient care. The material is organized around the following categories: Introduction The Hospice Nurse Roles of...

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Intra-Abdominal Hypertension: What’s Your Plan? (Recorded Webinar) - 1.0 CE (for Nurses)

In this webinar, Rosemary Lee presents a clinical overview of Intra-Abdominal Hypertension, recommendations for intervention from the Abdominal Compartment Society with supporting evidence, and a thorough comparison of research from the past – including nursing research – with recent studies...

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Pain Management: The Pain Process, Patient Assessment, Pharmacological Treatment, and Classification of Pain

This program describes the psychophysiological and other factors involved in the pain process, and describes the techniques of a thorough pain assessment. It also describes the major types of pain medication, their appropriate uses and the treatment cycle for three types of pain: acute, chronic...

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Common Feeding Tubes

The purpose of this course is to teach nurses about the various types of naosgastric tubes and provide instruction on how to properly insert and remove these devices. #CE #Courses #RN-LPN #RNs #Hospice #Hospital #Nursing-Home #Across-the-Continuum-of-Care ​​​​​​​​​ #Case...

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Fall Prevention - 1.0 CE (for Nurses)

Falls among older patients and other at-risk patients are very common. In fact, as many as 75% of all residents fall every year in nursing care, and in acute care, falls make up about 38% of all adverse events. This program on fall prevention can help you and your institution meet the Joint...

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Optimizing Room Turnover in Your OR

Improving surgical outcomes and reducing healthcare associated infections (HAIs) is a primary focus for operating room staff. With a collaborative effort to reduce surgical site infections (SSIs), staff can improve patient safety and reduce costs. This educational activity is intended for nurses...