Category: nurses

Substance Abuse and Drug Diversion – 3 CEUs

COURSE OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this course is to prepare nurses to help prevent prescription drug abuse and diversion through dissemination and implementation of evidence-based information about the current prescription drug abuse epidemic, challenges in managing chronic pain, and best practices for prescribing controlled substances. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: …

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One Minute Manager – 4 CEUs

For more than twenty years, millions of managers in Fortune 500 companies and small businesses nationwide have followed The One Minute Manager’s techniques, thus increasing their productivity, job satisfaction, and personal prosperity. These very real results were achieved through learning the management techniques that spell profitability for the organization and its employees. The One Minute …

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Epidemiology and Benefits of Proper Pain Management – 5 CEUs

Epidemiology is an important aspect of health care as a whole. There are some general terms used in pain which include: agonist in pain management, agonist-antagonist, algology, allodynia, analgesia, analgesic, anesthesia, anesthetic, anesthesia dolorosa, angina, antagonist, and arthralgia. These terms provide the foundation and guide to determine why this is a unique specialty within the …

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Effective Nursing Care for Older Adults – 2 CEUs

Since the improved methods in diagnosing and treating illness, along with advance in technology and an increasing elderly population, nursing has been faced with meeting the needs of diverse groups of individuals. According to the Administration on Aging as of 2006 approximately 1 of every 8 Americans was 65 or older and by 2030 it …

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Child Abuse: Abusive Head Trauma—Shaken Baby Syndrome – 4 CEUs

Author: Robert M. Reece MD Dr. Reece has written a compelling story, addressing an issue familiar to physicians who care for children, but also important to all of us. A baby dies, and the question of a sad, natural death weighed against a homicide and who caused the death becomes a quagmire of truth and …

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Automated External Defibrillator (AED) – 1 CEU

  Summary: In this course you will learn about the AED and how it works with CPR to save a life. You will learn about abnormal heart rhythms, AED for children, patches on the body, and implanted pacemakers, defibrillators and how they affect the AED process.   Objectives: To know and understand how to use …

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Learning To Speak Alzheimer’s – 5 CEUs

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the great scourges of old age in the 21st Century. Devastating, irreversible and progressive, it robs millions of older Americans of their use of language, reasoning, memory, and judgment. Alzheimer’s destroys a lifetime of memories and whittles away at the core of a person’s identity. Learning To Speak Alzheimer’s will …

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The 8th Habit – 4 CEUs

The 8th Habit is to “Find your voice” and “Inspire others to find theirs.” The 8th Habit represents the pathway to the enormously promising side of today’s reality. It stands in stark contrast to the pain and frustration that individuals sometimes go through to become fulfilled and highly effective. In fact it is a timeless …

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Raving Fans – 4 CEUs

This course is designed to teach you the three magic secrets to creating Raving Fans. You will learn how to: •Define your vision •Discover what people really want •Deliver what they need using effective systems •Make Raving Fan Service a constant feature in your organization

Medical Care at End of Life – 4 CEUs

Product Description •The first pillar is that not all treatments that prolong biological life are beneficial to the patient; the ethical distinction between mandatory and optional treatment has been provided by the Catholic tradition in its centuries-old distinction. •The second pillar is the agreement that there is a difference between killing (active euthanasia) and allowing …

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