Most Recent Courses
This independent study was prepared to inform nurses on the characteristics of children who suffer from Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurological condition that affects millions of children and adults in this country and worldw...
"Fibromyalgia: Myth vs. Mystery" is a home study continuing education course for health care professionals. This course discusses current aspects of Fibromyalgia Syndrome including diagnostic criteria, etiology, research findings and reputable treatment options. The purpose of this independent st...
When a patient/client presents with a confused mental status, the clinician's evaluation may ultimately affect the patient's mortality. Researchers have commented that nurses may be in a better position to notice mental status changes because of the amount of time they spend with the patient than...
A CE Course designed for health care professionals to better enable them to provide care and support in a variety of grief and loss situations. Included will be methods of coping with three distinctive phases: Anticipatory Grief, Acute Grief and Acceptable Grief. This course is designed to help y...
The State of Ohio was given authority to protect its citizens under the police powers vested in the state by the Constitution of the United States. The Law for Ohio is called the Ohio Revised Code consisting of over fifty volumes. The Ohio Board of Nursing was established and is governed by the O...
- Hospital shares effective training program on advance directives and end-of-life care
- UAE hospitals take action against lateral violence amongst staff
- Study shows nurses facing debt and unemployment, U.S.
- Model to improve diabetes management well-received by primary care physicians
- RN survey reveals that nearly 1 in 5 new nurses leave their first job within a year
- Training could help nurses meet dying patients
- New toolkit will help doctors recognise and treat sepsis
- Infant feeding habits may predict eating behaviors in later life
- Retaining emergency nurses: they are not like the rest of us
- Health workers using antibacterial soap are exposed to high triclosan levels
- Burn out an increased risk for nurses driven mainly by a desire to help others
- Stroke mortality associated with nurse staffing but not weekend rounds by stroke specialist physicians
- Gloves after hand washing associated with fewer infections in preterm babies
- Natural light makes for happier, more alert nurses
- For mothers-to-be, huge differences in delivery complication rates among hospitals
- Nurses who have access to natural light are happier and healthier
- Architecture, interior design, and other physical aspects of work environments can enhance early-career nurses' job satisfaction
- More recognition, responsibility for nurses in New York
- Antibiotic overuse risk in aged care residential setting in Australia
- US nursing supplies boosted by RNs' delayed retirement
- Pill appearance and medication compliance; protecting men from suicide; nurses may effectively manage outpatient care
- Nurses may effectively manage outpatient care of chronic diseases
- First ever free IPF information packs now available in UK
- Maternity home visits saved lives in poor Memphis neighborhoods
- Preterm newborns '30-50% more likely to survive in busy neonatal centers'