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Infection Control & Prevention

Answering Your Questions About HIV and AIDS
2 HOURS(1080)- This course provides a basic understanding of HIV and AIDS, how it is spread and how to prevent it. It takes an in-depth look at the prevalence of HIV exposure in healthcare settings and discusses what should be done if occupational exposure occurs. The information is presented in an easy question and answer format.

Purchased individually this course sells for $38.00


Avian Flu (H5N1): The Bird Flu - Not If, When?
3 HOURS(1228)- The threat of a pandemic of the avian flu is imminent. Understanding the origins, pathology, symptoms, and treatment of the avian flu is required of those involved in preparing for an outbreak or in minimizing the effects of such an outbreak. This course will help to familiarize the learner with avian flu and provide information and guidelines for developing coping strategies to minimize its impact should a pandemic strike the U.S. This course corresponds with F-Tag F441

Purchased individually this course sells for $57.00


Hepatitis: The ABC’s
3 HOURS(1198)- Hepatitis is a major health issue worldwide; therefore, it is vital that all healthcare professionals are familiar with this infectious disease. This course focuses on Hepatitis A, B and C. You will be shown how to protect yourself while providing the best care possible for your patients. You will also learn what you can do to keep your liver healthy. This course corresponds with F-Tag F441.

Purchased individually this course sells for $57.00


HIV/AIDS: Counseling, Testing, and Psychosocial Issues
4 HOURS(1248)- HIV and AIDS remain a leading cause of death and illness worldwide. As a healthcare worker, you should be aware of the psychosocial issues involved with this disease, including the areas of testing and counseling. This course will help explain the impact of HIV/AIDS on patients diagnosed with this condition.

Purchased individually this course sells for $76.00


HIV/AIDS: Ethical and Legal Issues
2 HOURS(1209)- Since the discovery of AIDS in 1981 and HIV in 1983, much has been learned about the complexities of caring for HIV-infected persons, how to keep them disease-free longer, and how to manage their symptoms more effectively. This course will explain important legal and ethical procedures that must be followed when working with persons infected with HIV and AIDS.

Purchased individually this course sells for $38.00


How Much Do You Know About HIV and AIDS?
3 HOURS(1091)- An in-depth look at the prevalence of HIV and AIDS in America, with emphasis on certain “at-risk” populations, including women and young people. The course discusses the problems associated with co-infection and also provides information about how to reduce occupational exposure. The course corresponds with F-Tag F441.

Purchased individually this course sells for $57.00


Influenza: Seasonal, Avian, and Novel H1N1
2 HOUR(1341)- The threat of a flu pandemic is imminent. Understanding the origins, pathology, symptoms, and treatment of the various strains of influenza is required of those involved in preparing for an outbreak or in minimizing the effects of such an outbreak. This course will help to familiarize the learner with various influenza types and provide information and guidelines for developing coping strategies to minimize its impact should a pandemic strike. This course was authoried by John Freitas, DO.

Purchased individually this course sells for $24.00


Infection Control in the Healthcare Setting
3 HOURS(1349)- The goal of this course is to review the principles of infection control and barrier precautions in order to prevent the spread of infection in any healthcare setting. This course was authored by John Freitas, DO.

Purchased individually this course sells for $57.00


Infection Control Planning in LTC
4 HOURS(1350)- This course is designed to provide healthcare professionals in long term care facilities a framework for developing an infection control program in this setting. Practicing in the role of an Infection Preventionist (IP) or Infection Control Professional (ICP) within the long term care facility involves development an/or maintenance of an infection control program, surveillance, data collection & analysis, education, reporting oversight, reporting to agencies or other facilities and more.

Purchased individually this course sells for $76.00


MRSA: A Time for Action
1 HOUR(1358)- The purpose of this course is to educate healthcare professionals on the impact and emergence of MRSA, the difference between HA- and CA-MRSA, how it is transmitted, and how to prevent the spread of this infection within healthcare facilities as well as throughout the community.

Purchased individually this course sells for $19.00


Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections in Indwelling Catheters
1 HOUR(1364)- The purpose of this course is to describe the safe use, management, and timely removal of indwelling urinary catheters in order to prevent catheter-associated urinary tract infections. This course corresponds to the following tags: F442 & L579

Purchased individually this course sells for $12.00

 



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