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Advanced Practice Nurse Pharmacology
60185
Explore topics such as hypertension, diuretics, GI, critical care, sexually transmitted diseases, asthma, oncology, non-opioid analgesics, diabetes, weight loss and mental health conditions. Learn about improving prescribing practices. The course also explains how to describe 15 medications, including the dosing, adverse effects, clinical uses and interactions.
Suicide Prevention: Assessment, Treatment and Risk Management
60242
Suicide is unfortunately a leading cause of death worldwide that can affect a wide age range in the population. Gain valuable information on suicide prevention strategies geared especially toward healthcare professionals, learn to recognize the interventions for limiting restriction to means of suicide, understand which populations are at high risk for suicide and more.
Empathy 101 for Nurses
WEB332
Do you know the difference between empathy and sympathy? Did you know you could be sympathetic but not necessarily empathetic? Learn how to support your own emotional health while being a caring presence for others. Self-care is crucial for nurses — learn how to recharge and rejuvenate to become a better caregiver to others.
Interprofessional Guide to Pain Management
60227
Pain is an issue nurses are more than likely to encounter on the job. But what are some key methods for assessing and managing patients with complex pain? Can complex pain management improve outcomes? Explore this topic and how pain is experienced by almost all patients regardless of pain or gender.
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It’s Just a Stage 1 Pressure Injury. Or is it?
WEB338
Tissue injury occurs before an “ulcer” is seen. Update your lingo and fortify your assessment skills so you don’t mislabel or miss noticing an underlying tissue injury. Nurses need the right assessment skills to identify pressure ulcers and injuries — we provide you with tips to prevent “missed” deeper injuries.
Inattentional Blindness: When You Just Didn’t See It
WEB341
Have you ever missed a medication, misread a number, didn’t see an order that was right in front of you, or just didn’t put two pieces of information together for some reason? Missed care does not have to be from laziness. Sometimes missing something derives from intense focus on certain details, resulting in another being missed. Learn how to combat inattentional blindness to protect yourself and your patients.
Human Trafficking
WEB337
The full extent of human trafficking in the U.S. is surprising. Human trafficking is a secretive, yet widespread form of slavery globally. Determining the scope of trafficking is difficult because of the underground or hidden nature of activities. Learn your team’s role and responsibilities to recognize and help victims of human trafficking.
Speedy Spanish for Healthcare Providers
WEB342
Learning a new language is difficult, no? However, patients and clients both like it when you can greet them or reach out to them in their own language, even if only basic statements are made. Learn about “errors in translation” and strategies to increase your medical Spanish repertoire. No prior knowledge of Spanish is required!
Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare-Acquired Infections
WEB339
Antimicrobial resistance is a significant issue. Do you feel like you can explain the reasoning behind strategies to prevent the spread of MRSA and C. difficile? Join us for a practical look at MRSA and C. difficile management. Hospitals can be penalized for high rates of MRSA and C. difficile infections. Be prepared!
Sepsis: SOFA, aSOFA and Interprofessional Intervention
WEB336
Sepsis is complex, multifactorial and can progress quickly — making learning about the condition and prevention methods crucial. Are you familiar with the updated recommendations? Let’s review how to prevent or halt sepsis in its tracks and discuss healthcare team management approaches for the fight against sepsis.
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