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This study was developed to further enhance the nurse’s knowledge with compromised patients that may experience oncologic emergencies, the medical problems that may occur, and the relief measures that the nurse should provide. This study will provide 1.5 contact hours will be awarded upon succes...
This study was developed to further enhance the nurse’s knowledge on the Nursing Process as a Registered Nurse. This is a Category A (Law and the Rules) and 0.9 contact hours will be awarded upon successful completion of this study. Criteria for successful completion includes the following: Rea...
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...
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...
- A common hospital soap may reduce MRSA spread
- Nurses cut stress 40 percent with relaxation steps at work
- Team approach to cardiovascular practice addresses challenges
- Broken chain of communication in hospitals is harming care of elderly
- How hospitals can improve outcomes of weekend surgeries
- Cloth masks -- dangerous to your health?
- Updated guidance for professionals who provide care after death
- Multi-organization call to action identifies and addresses safety concerns in labor
- UTMB develops new online tool for nurses
- Study - Governments can prevent tragic death toll of mothers and babies
- Research on medical abortion and miscarriage may change international routines
- New guidance for looked after children includes call for increased time for named doctors to assess and support patients, UK
- AMA recommends responsible and informed use of restraint in aged care, Australia
- Mental health report finds staffing problems linked to ward suicides
- Male nurses are paid more than female nurses - a pay gap that shows no sign of decreasing
- Female health workers increased use of health services in hard-to-reach rural area
- Bodysuit or sleep sack? That is the serious question
- The health of NHS staff is increasingly supported, say employers responding to RCP report
- Presentation is key in antenatal information, research suggests
- Less than two thirds of trusts have a plan in place for NHS staff health and wellbeing
- Crisis in 0 to 19 health services: Six key threats identified, UK
- Community nurses urged to highlight dangers of female genital mutilation
- Women unaware of specialist phone services in late pregnancy, UK
- Choice of monitoring method could be key for babies with poor growth in the womb
- New care model enhances psychological, cognitive and physical recovery of ICU survivors