Category: Administrators

HIV Management – 2 CEUs

In this course you will learn about symptom management of the HIV-infected adolescent and/or adult. Nurses assess the symptoms and provide a diagnosis. Goals of intervention and health teachings are established for each symptom. Finally an evaluation is made of the interventions and their ability to bring relief to the adolescent and/or adult.

Preceptors Refresher Course – 2 CEUs

Precepting is an organized, evidence-based, outcome-driven approach to assuring competent practice. Precepting is used for students who are rotating into clinical areas, for a new graduate administrator or nurse or when experienced staff members learn a new specialty or new skills, and when individuals move into new roles (i.e., educator, manager, or Preceptor). A Preceptor …

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Questions and Answers on Death and Dying – 5 CEUs

This course provides insight into the many issues surrounding caring for and meeting the needs of the terminally ill patient and their family.Topics include: telling a patient s/he is terminally ill, helping the dying patient in accepting the end of life, communicating with those who can’t verbalize their needs, and addressing the ethical concerns regarding …

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First Things First – 5 CEUs

This course will teach you how to manage your time by learning how to balance your life. It goes beyond the traditional “how-to-be-more-efficient” time management by emphasizing effectiveness instead of efficiency. This new approach will empower you to define what is truly important; to accomplish worthwhile goals; and to lead a rich, rewarding and balanced …

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Final Journeys – 4 CEUs

This course acts as a guide to understanding the special needs of the dying and those who care for them. From diagnosis through the final hours, it will help you keep the lines of communication open, get the help you need, and create the peaceful end we all hope for.

Fierce Conversations – 5 CEUs

This course provides insight into the many issues surrounding caring for and meeting the needs of the terminally ill patient and their family. Topics include: telling a patient s/he is terminally ill, helping the dying patient in accepting the end of life, communicating with those who can’t verbalize their needs, and addressing the ethical concerns …

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The Myth of Alzheimer’s – 5 CEUs

In this course your thinking will be transformed about the way society views Alzheimer’s Disease. Conventional wisdom about memory loss and cognitive impairment will be challenged, current treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease questioned, and you will be given a new approach to understanding and rethinking brain aging.

Stop pissing me off – 4 CEUs

What to do When the People You Work With Drive You Crazy   In this course you will learn to understand how to evaluate people you work with. Accept that difficult people work everywhere. Understanding each other, one person at a time, finding common ground in everyday interactions, and negotiating differences is essential at every …

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Stabotage – 5 CEUs

How to deal with Pitt-bulls, skunks, snakes, scorpions   In this course you will learn to understand how to understand and evaluate people you work with. The health care workplace needs a doctor! The new study results, for this latest book, again showed that all is not well in the facility. Today’s conflict is very …

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Confident Conversations – 4 CEUs

In this course you will be given a guide to help you communicate based on your personality. You will learn things such as how to start, continue, and end a conversation, how to handle tough conversations, and how to be yourself.