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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 4: Managing Injuries and Adverse Events)

By CNA

Module 4: Managing Injuries and Adverse Events of the CNA risk management course focuses on managing injuries and adverse events. While adverse events may relate to several areas of a dental practice such as patient care, property and equipment, personnel, and operations, this module will concentrate on several points related to patient care injuries and adverse events. Topics will include medical emergencies, swallowed or aspirated objects, wrong site or wrong tooth surgeries and procedures, endodontic adverse events, treatment failure and trigeminal nerve injuries. Course objectives: Develop and implement methods to document and assess adverse outcomes and patient dissatisfaction. Describe and implement procedures to manage the most common emergencies in the dental office. Understand current recommendations and steps necessary to assess and manage patients who present with symptoms of nerve injury subsequent to dental treatment. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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$40.00
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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 3: Documentation and Compliance)

By CNA

Module 3: Documentation and Compliance will discuss a number of topics on recordkeeping, documentation and related compliance issues. These range from essential clinical documentation, maintaining patient privacy and protecting record security, to electronic communications and challenges presented by the use of social media. While many practices still use paper records, a significant number of dental offices have completely or partially transitioned to electronic health records. Many others are preparing to do so or are in the process of making this transition. This module covers a number of technology-related risk management considerations, along with those that apply universally. Course objectives: Implement record keeping practices that enhance patient care and reduce malpractice risks. Explain the meaning and benefits of the “SOAP” method for recording information in the dental patient record. Understand benefits and risks of electronic records and methods to prevent electronic security breaches. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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$40.00
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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 2: Treatment Issues)

By CNA

Module 2: Treatment Issues will discuss the importance of an accurate, thorough and current medical history as an essential tool in providing quality dental care. Other topics in this module are shown here, including current clinical guidelines and recommendations for antibiotic premedication, dental radiographs, and dental treatment during pregnancy. Considerations related to the scope of dental practice and patients who may need urgent/emergency dental care are also covered in this module. Course objectives: Describe an assessment process for the management of “scope of practice” questions. Understand current recommendations for oral healthcare for the pregnant patient. Describe methods to manage patients who refuse recommended dental radiographs. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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$40.00
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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management (Module 1: Risk Management Essentials)

By CNA

Module 1: Risk Management Essentials contains the following sections: patient safety and risk management overview; dental claim trends; legal concepts; patient communication; the National Practitioner Databank; and patient termination/dismissal. This course is designed to provide you with the tools and information you need to meet the course objectives included in the course description. Course objectives: Implement a team approach to patient safety and risk management practices. Effectively apply the informed consent process to improve patient understanding, safety and satisfaction. Understand how the standard of care and negligence apply to dental professional liability. AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 0.5 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 0.75 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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$40.00
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CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management Online Course

By CNA

Safe and effective dental care requires close attention to patient needs while managing the various risks associated with clinical practice. Implementing effective patient safety and risk management strategies to protect your patients and your practice can help to improve patient outcomes and minimize the possibility of a malpractice claim. Learn from claim scenarios and other information presented in this online course to better understand and address key risk exposures. Topics include: Dental incident scenarios and examples Informed consent and informed refusal procedures Claim trends and related considerations Communication topics, principles and approaches Record keeping and documentation practices Patient care/patient management risks Adverse event issues, prevention and management And more The CNA Dental Professional Liability Risk Management Online Course is one of the most comprehensive risk management programs available. This informative program will motivate you to assess your practice, apply critical thinking, make prudent choices that enhance patient care and help you to reduce your risk of a malpractice claim. Participants will earn 5 contact hours of continuing education credit for the full 4-module course.* Modules may also be purchased and completed individually, and provide 1.25 credit hours each. A 75% score is required on each module examination to receive continuing education credit. Course objectives (module number in parentheses): Implement a team approach to patient safety and risk management practices. (1) Effectively apply the informed consent process to improve patient understanding, safety and satisfaction. (1) Understand how the standard of care and negligence apply to dental professional liability. (1) Describe an assessment process for the management of “scope of practice” questions. (2) Understand current recommendations for oral healthcare for the pregnant patient. (2) Describe methods to manage patients who refuse recommended dental radiographs. (2) Implement record keeping practices that enhance patient care and reduce malpractice risks. (3) Explain the meaning and benefits of the “SOAP” method for recording information in the dental patient record. (3) Understand benefits and risks of electronic records and methods to prevent electronic security breaches. (3) Develop and implement methods to document and assess adverse outcomes and patient dissatisfaction. (4) Describe and implement procedures to manage the most common emergencies in the dental office. (4) Understand current recommendations and steps necessary to assess and manage patients who present with symptoms of nerve injury subsequent to dental treatment. (4) AGD Subject Codes: 149 (Multi-disciplinary Topics) – 2 CE Hours 555 (Dental Jurisprudence/Ethics) – 3 CE Hours NOTE: All dentists who are insured through the Professional Protector Plan® (PPP) for Dentists will receive a premium credit on their professional liability premium upon renewal for three consecutive years. Dentists not currently insured by the PPP may qualify for the credit if they purchase their coverage within one year of completing the course. (Electronically mediated online course. Original release date: December 2016. Expiration date: December 2019.) *Credit toward dental license renewal may vary according to CE hours approved by state boards of dentistry. Please remember that only the relevant insurance policy can provide the actual terms, coverages, amounts, conditions and exclusions for an insured. All products and services may not be available in all states and may be subject to change without notice. The Professional Protector Plan® is a registered trademark of B & B Protector Plans, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., Daytona Beach and Tampa, Florida, and is underwritten by Continental Casualty Company and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. CNA is a registered trademark of CNA Financial Corporation. Copyright © 2016 CNA. All rights reserved.

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$120.00
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Heat Stress V2.16 (Course)

Heat Exhauston (Stress) - Operations involving high air temperatures, radiant heat sources, high humidity, direct physical contact with hot objects, or strenuous physical activities have a high potential for inducing heat stress in employees engaged in such operations. Such places include: iron and steel foundries, nonferrous foundries, brick-firing and ceramic plants, glass products facilities, rubber products factories, electrical utilities (particularly boiler rooms), bakeries, confectioneries, commercial kitchens, laundries, food canneries, chemical plants, mining sites, smelters, and steam tunnels.

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$12.95
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Hearing Conservation V2.16 (Course)

Hearing Conservation - Every year, approximately 30 million people in the United States are occupationally exposed to hazardous noise. Noise-related hearing loss has been listed as one of the most prevalent occupational health concerns in the United States for more than 25 years. Thousands of workers every year suffer from preventable hearing loss due to high workplace noise levels. Since 2004, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported that nearly 125,000 workers have suffered significant, permanent hearing loss. In 2009 alone, BLS reported more than 21,000 hearing loss cases.

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$12.95
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Health Wellness V2.16 (Course)

OSHA Safety & Health: Believe it or not workplace wellness is extremely important. The healthier your employees are mentally and physical, the more productivity you will receive from them. Workplace wellness affects everyone. If a person is physical ill their productivity will slow. They will in turn probably be grumpy and this could affect the other employees and possibly their work too. They can also infect the rest of your staff with their illness which could result in call outs and even less productivity. Workplace wellness does not just imply physical wellness. It also carries over to mental wellness too. Stressful situations, lack of sleep, problems at home can all affect a person’s work. In order to have a healthy business you must have a healthy staff.

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$12.95
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My Gift Myself Hospice Vol Preview

Free preview of the comprehensive My Gift: Myself hospice volunteer training course. Based upon the popular DVD and student manual based classroom course authored by JoAnne Chitwood, RN CHPN. The course meets all state and Medicare requirements for training a hospice volunteer. Certificate will be awarded if students complete 7 chapter skill tests with 80% correct answers. Volume discounts available for hospice organizations training a number of volunteers. Course includes over 5 hours of video and more than 250 pages of training, exercises, and reference material for volunteers.

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Free
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My Gift: Myself Hospice Volunteer Course

See our free preview course titled "My Gift Myself Hospice Volunteer Preview". Course author is JoAnne Chitwood RN CHPN, well known author, seminar presenter, and Director of Border Mountain and Promise Productions This course is based on the highly successful My Gift: Myself DVD and classroom program training, which has been used in over 1000 hospice organizations. The program has been modified for effective online training of hospice volunteers, and meets all state and Medicare training requirements. The course includes 5.5 hours of video training, 270 pages of text material and exercises, and requires a passing score of 80% on 7 exams to have a certificate issued. Course participants download a printable pdf to use for notes and completing student exercises. The course also has a downloadable pdf with important resource information for new volunteers.

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$39.00
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Reverse Your Prediabetes and Lose Weight

Would you like to lose 5-7% of your body weight? Have you struggled to lose weight?  Do you have blood sugar issues?  If so, this course will give you proven strategies to lose weight without dieting.  Teresa Trower, a licensed Mental Health Counselor trained in Diabetes Prevention, lost 20 pounds using these methods and she wants to share them with you. Diabetes is now at the epidemic stage but you’ll learn how to prevent it, even if you’ve already been diagnosed with Pre-Diabetes.  You'll discover the risk factors for Diabetes and which blood tests to request. You’ll discover which stage of Pre-Diabetes you may be in, and how to to move your blood sugar back into the healthy zone!  In this course, you’ll discover how to create balanced meals, how to use the Glycemic Index when making food choices, and which foods to eat organic. You'll learn how much exercise is required to lose weight, as well as the best type of exercise to raise your metabolism. You’ll learn why stress is so damaging to the body, and how to reduce stress.  If you don’t have blood sugar issues and your goal is simply to lose 5-7% of your body weight, then this course will show you how to lose the weight and keep it off. This is a lifestyle tweak, not a fast turnaround diet that actually tricks your body into holding onto the fat.  The program includes over 40 educationalvideos providing the basic information to lose the weight. These are easy to comprehend and less than 5 minutes in length.   Also included are Guided Meditations to encourage relaxation and break the stress cycle that sabotages weight loss.You’ll hear an inspirational message, followed by 15 minutes of relaxing music. Use this time as an opportunity to go within, relax, and reconnect to your inner peace.   You can do this course at your own pace. However, completing at least one or two videos a week along with the follow up assignment will boost your success with the program. If you snooze, you lose.  By completing the assignments, which are in included as pdf’s, you’ll reinforce the action steps leading to weight loss and blood sugar balance.  Hint: Inviting a family member or friend to take the course along with you is more motivating than doing it alone. You're more likely to stay the course because you can motivate each other.  By following the steps in this course, you can lose weight in a way that fits into your unique lifestyle and goals while you improve your health…a win-win! 

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$195.00
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Healthy Practices: Nutrition, Exercise, and Safety (Course)

This module will take about 35 minutes to complete. We all know it is important to have healthy habits in our lives, but there is a big difference between knowing, and doing. Through application exercises and a rich multimedia process, this course teaches simple strategies to help you implement simple daily practices that lead to a healthy life.

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$24.95
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Botox Injection Training 101 (Course)

Are you ready to add revenue to your practice by providing Botox services? Start your education with Dr. Katz, who has condensed into this video the practical knowledge needed to jump start your Botox business. Course topics include: Needle techniques including sites, needle depths, angles, dilutions and doses. Aesthetic treatments addressing wrinkles and lines on the forehead, glabella, around the eyes, nose, around the mouth, on the chin, and on the neck. Therapeutic treatments including pain from tense muscles including tension headaches, migraines, TMD and facial pain. Course also includes an interactive cheat sheet, sample post-op, consent & facial pain history forms. Why learn from Dr. Katz? He is the the inventor named on the patent applications for all the Botulinum toxins (including Botox, Dysport and Xeomin). Note: Although anyone can take this course, please check with your state board to find out if you are able to legally practice.

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$165.00
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Diabetes Course- 1 Hour Training

This course is designed for those who are taking care of diabetes patients, and also who are patients themselves. This online training course provides the practical knowledge and skills necessary to provide an effective and efficient service for people with diabetes.   The Diabetes Online Training Course is aimed to meet the educational needs of healthcare professionals who are looking to continue health education. On completion, a candidate will have: Better understanding of multidisciplinary approach to diabetes care Enhanced confidence and understanding of management of diabetics Improved critical analysis and interpretation of data

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$16.95
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Drug and Alcohol Awareness v2 Course

By UL

Drug and Alcohol Awareness is a comprehensive online course that deals with problems associated with drugs and alcohol. The training program provides an understanding and awareness about complications related to use of drugs, assessment of drug abuse, rehabilitation, and recovery. It teaches workers what substance abuse is. Outlining the costs of substance abuse to employers, this training program also provides facts about commonly abused substances, and how to reduce the risks of substance abuse.

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$24.95
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Bloodborne Pathogens v5 Course

By UL

There are many jobs that employees are dying to get, but there are none worth dying for. If your job duties include even occasional contact with blood or other infectious materials – including from an injured co-worker – you are at risk for contracting potentially deadly, incurable diseases. Take this course to learn what bloodborne pathogens are and how you can protect yourself from them. Ideal learners: anyone who may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials, including healthcare workers, custodians, maintenance staff, research personnel and construction workers

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$24.95