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Updated for the current flu season!
SIRAS: Strategies for Improving Rapid Influenza Testing in Ambulatory Settings, this course focuses on influenza testing, including the proper collection of respiratory samples; and diagnosis and treatment of influenza in ambulatory settings.
NUEVO! SIRAS: Estrategias para mejorar la realización de pruebas rápidas de la influenza en entornos ambulatorios. Este curso trata sobre la realización de pruebas de la influenza, e incluye la forma adecuada de obtener muestras respiratorias, y el diagnóstico y tratamiento de la influenza en entornos ambulatorios.
Pandemic Preparedness: Influenza Pandemic Preparedness and Response in Ambulatory Settings, this 2 hour course can help staff in ambulatory care settings learn how to effectively respond to an influenza pandemic by developing a preparedness and response plan following a 4-step guide. Earn up to 2 hours of free CE credit.
Making Informed Consent an Informed Choice: Training for Health Care Leaders, this course will help hospitals develop clear and unambiguous informed consent policy that are effective in honoring the patient’s right to give or withhold informed consent. The module includes multiple work sheets and a total of 34 new and existing downloadable resources designed for use at the organization level.
Making Informed Consent an Informed Choice: Training for Health Care Professionals, this course will provide you with strategies and tools to improve the informed consent process to help your patients make an informed choice for healthcare. With tips on adequate documentation, the module also includes multiple work sheets and a total of 19 new and existing downloadable resources.
Investigating and Preventing Health Information Technology-Related Patient Safety Events - Earn 1 hour of free CE credit.
Applying High Reliability Principles to the Prevention and Control of Infections in Long Term Care, this course can help you learn about the principles of high reliability, and discover how to take a systems approach to preventing errors related to infection prevention and control in long term care settings.
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