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.
A presentation describing what is anger and how to manage one's anger.
This course invetigates the following topics: Why Organ Donation is important Best Practices in Organ Donation How physicians can support organ donation. One CME credit certificate will be awarded to those who pass the assessment after completing this course.
H1N1 (sometimes called “swine flu”) is an influenza virus causing illness in people. This new virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009 and has re-emerged as an epidemic in the US in 2013-2014. This virus is spreading from person-to-person worldwide, probably in much the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread. The purpose of this course is to provide information on the H1N1 flu virus and to recommend ways to avoid spread of the virus.
The Electronic Record is now ubiquitous in the medical office and hospital. This course focuses on training the Allied Health student for the modern medical office and workflow experience of EHR/EMR/PHR, HIPAA, Nomenclature and automated billing essentials. The course is typically offered with online access to the training EHR, CareData Solutions, dedicated to transformation through education in Health IT. Each module is fllowed by a 25 question assessment designed to keep the independent learner on-track to success with the integrated Coggno quiz review tools.
This is an emergency evacuation induction for store based staff in remote indigenous communities.
An abrasion is a denuded area of skin (epidermis) resulting from a scrape on a hard or rough surface. Abrasions can occur on any part of the body, but most often occur on bony areas, such as the hands, forearms, elbows, knees, shins and face. Abrasions often result from falls or friction accidents. This course provides basic information on the management and treatment of abrasions. OBJECTIVES: List the learner objectives in behavioral/measurable outcomes for evaluation. After completing this activity, the learner will be able to… · Describe 2 signs and symptoms of children who present with abrasions in school. · Articulate management and treatment of abrasions. · State 2 possible complications of abrasions. · Explain lymphangitis and its relation to abrasions.
A furuncle (boil) is a skin infection, usually staph (S. aureus), involving the entire hair follicle and the adjacent subcutaneous tissue. They occur most commonly on the face, neck, armpit, buttocks, and thighs. This course will review causes and treatment of boils. OBJECTIVES: List the learner objectives in behavioral/measurable outcomes for evaluation. After completing this activity, the learner will be able to… · Describe 2 signs and symptoms of boils. · Articulate management and treatment of boils. · Discuss how MRSA is a concern in children with boils. · Explain 2 instructions that should be shared with parents in regard to management of boils.
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A simple guide to Hand Hygiene. The course includes free download of PDF and Outine. Annualized training for CDC guideline to Hand Hygiene for Healthcare workers and students. Certificate upon compleation.