This course was designed to assist nurses and other healthcare professionals in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary for identifying basic arrhythmias. Each objective is organized in a manner that builds on the knowledge base from the previous objective so that even entry-level participants can grasp the basic concept of cardiac arrhythmia.
Understanding Targeted Drug Therapy
This course was designed to give healthcare providers an overview of the use of targeted drug therapy for the management of chronic pain. Participants will learn about the programmable intrathecal pump that delivers pain medication directly into the fluid surrounding the spinal cord, effectively reducing pain sensation at the source.
Prevention of Medical Errors
According to the CDC, medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the US. Keeping patients safe is the common goal of all healthcare workers and requires an interdisciplinary approach to patient care. A continuous review of the organizational structures and systems along with collaboration among all scopes of the healthcare team will bring deficiencies to light. This course covers the causes of medical errors and discusses steps to prevent them.
Interventional Pain Management Procedures
Management of chronic pain requires a multifaceted approach. Pain management procedures can provide significant pain relief as well as increased functionality and quality of life for patients living with chronic pain. This course explains several types of procedures as well as care of the patient during and after the procedures.
Florida Nursing Law
The purpose and goal of the nursing laws and regulations is to protect the public. This education program discusses the scope of practice for different levels of nursing and the regulatory guidelines. It also gives general requirements for continued licensure in Florida as well as disciplinary actions for violations of the standards.