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Acute Clinical Skills and Knowledge

These acute clinical skills and knowledge-focused courses provide in-depth information on healthcare’s most challenging Nursing Disciplines, from Hospital Emergency Departments, to Inpatient and Critical Care.

 

This training can be provided in both an online eLearning format, or as customizable content that can be integrated into existing medical facility learning systems. All courses are available with group pricing to facilitate its distribution to every care provider who may benefit from the important information these courses present.

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Super Bowl LIII and Sex Trafficking; A Case Study

Super Bowl LIII and Sex Trafficking; A Case Study

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Special Care Considerations Of The Post-Anesthesia Patient In The ICU

Special Care Considerations Of The Post-Anesthesia Patient In The ICU

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Special Care Considerations Of The Post-Anesthesia Patient In The ICU

Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Prevention Instead of Treatment

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Prevention of CAUTI: Combating Catheter-Associated Infections

Prevention of CAUTI: Combating Catheter-Associated Infections

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Postpartum Hemorrhage in the Emergency Department

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Mistakes happen: Creating a culture of safety in the ICU

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Healthcare Disparities Among Prenatal Patients

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Decoding Body Language: What Every Nurse Needs to Know

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Clinical Manifestations, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy

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Chronic Disease: A Global Issue on the Rise

Chronic diseases are among the most prevalent and costly health conditions worldwide and are on the rise. Chronic diseases are the leading cause of death and disability. Chronic disease ranks poorly on cost and outcomes, primarily because of the ineffective management of the chronic disease. Nurses will play an integral role in the future prevention, treatment, and control of chronic disease, within a collaborative care model, to achieve improved clinical outcomes and more appropriate use of health services. The development of nursing led programs, to provide preventative education and encourage self-management, by chronically ill patients, will help achieve the global strategic goals of building healthy community environments, making more quality preventative services available, educating people so they can make healthy choices, eliminating healthcare disparities and ultimately decreasing the heavy global burden of chronic disease.

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