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✔ 30+ CE Hours
✔ Instant Certificates
✔ 1 year All Access
✔ Free Consults
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Price: $80.00


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IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal (Theory/Online)

Refresh your IV Insertion Skills with this module. Complete half of your CEU hours @ home and come in for skills. This self-study module is designed as the online theory segment of IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal of Educate Simplify’s full 3-day course.

For RNs & Rad Techs — feel free to complete this online segment and come into our Los Angeles Training Center for a weekend skills session.

Total CEU hours:
RNs = online certificate + skills = 30 hours
Radiology Technologists = online certificate + skills = 24 A+

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
34.00 Hours – Reference: ANCC#56-16
California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
12.00 Hours – Reference: CEP# 15273
Florida Board of Nursing
12.00 Hours – Exam Pass Rate: 70 -Reference: 20-428685
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist, Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism (ARRT RCEEM)
24.00 Credits – Exam Attempts: 3 – Exam Pass Rate: 75
California Board of Vocational Nursing
36.00 Hours – Reference: 1B-2497

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Substance Use Disorders

LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Describe trends in the epidemiology of substance use in the United States.
  • Identify principles of preventing substance use disorders.
  • Describe the components of an assessment for substance use disorders.
  • Summarize the treatment approaches for patients with a substance use disorder. 

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What is Addiction?

Course Overview
Our Epidemiology, Causes and Risk Factors of Addiction course discusses diagnosing substance use disorders.
It offers a brief overview of medications used to counteract the effects of withdrawal. It also provides a detailed look on the medications used to treat opioid, alcohol and tobacco use disorders.

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Substance Use Disorder in Nurses


The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) defines substance use disorder as “a cluster of cognitive, behavioral, and physiological symptoms indicating that the individual continues using the substance despite significant substance-related problems” (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).  The DSM-5 identifies four groupings of criteria that are characteristic of the disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).

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Opioids-Improving and Promoting Safe Prescription

Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone (OxyContin®), hydrocodone (Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, to mention a few.

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Naloxone: The Opioid Reversal Drug that Saves Lives

Objectives
Discuss the risk-benefit relationship related to the use of opioids to treat chronic pain;
Compare the potency of fentanyl relative to heroin;
State the most common reason cited for mis-using prescription opioid products;
Characterize the key sign of opioid overdose;
State the main safety concern associated with the use of naloxone as an antidote for opioid overdose;
Name one positive outcome conclusively associated with increasing the availability of naloxone.

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Opioid Use & Chronic Pain

Introduction
Historically, prescribers limited the use of opioids for pain management solely to patients with acute or cancer-related pain. Over time, the use of opioids to treat many types of pain has increased to dangerously high levels (Berland, 2012). This shift does not come without controversy, as considerable debate continues regarding the appropriate use of these potent, and potentially addictive medications (Ault, 2015). The increase in opioid prescribing is staggering: In 1991, approximately 76 million opioid prescriptions were written in the United States, and by 2013 this figure jumped to nearly 207 million. The United States is the world’s largest consumer of these medications, cornering nearly 100% of the global hydrocodone demand, and 81% of the demand for oxycodone (NIH, 2014). 
Of the estimated 24.6 million U.S. citizens (i.e., 9.4% of the population 12 and older) suffering from substance abuse, approximately 1.9 million people abuse or are dependent on prescription opioid drugs. Addiction occurs in every state, county, socio-economic, and ethnic group (ASAMOAD, 2016). Due to this surge in the use of prescription narcotics, 53 people in the U.S. die each day of a prescription opioid overdose (CDC, 2018).

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Assessing and Preventing Suicide

Our Assessing and Preventing Suicide course is intended for healthcare professionals who deal with at-risk individuals and those with history of suicide attempt/s

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Mental Health Emergencies

Our Mental Health Emergencies course aims to teach students various neurological and mental health emergencies and what to do when they occur.

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Identifying & Reporting Child Abuse

Identifying & Reporting Child Abuse aims to teach students how to effectively assess, identify, intervene and report cases of child abuse.

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How to Respond to an Assault

Our How to Respond to an Assault course seeks to equip our students with the essential skills to utilize during an assault.

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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Our Sexual Harassment in the Workplace course aims to define, explain the impact, demonstrate how to report, intervene and prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

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Communication Concepts for Health Professionals

 Our Communication Concepts for Health Professionals course seeks to improve the student’s communication skills in their respective workplace.

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How to Deal with Patients with Mental Disorders

Our How to Deal with Patients with Mental Disorders aims to equip students with the skills to effectively communicate with patients with mental health disorders.

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Aspects of Conscious Sedation Analgesia

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Do you want to provide your patients with the benefits of sedation/analgesia while minimizing the associated risks? This online self-study course has been developed to reinforce your understanding, and to promote safe and effective sedation for both adult and pediatric patients.
Objectives:
At the completion of this program, the learners will be able to:
1. Recognize indications and contraindications of Sedation Analgesia
2. State appropriate monitoring techniques and requirements for patients experiencing Sedation Analgesia as stated in the hospital’s policy on Sedation Analgesia.
3. State necessity for baseline and frequent assessments of patients experiencing Sedation Analgesia.
4. Identify medications frequently used for Sedation Analgesia, administration guidelines, and po

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Assault Response

Description

This program is designed for those working, or wish to work in Healthcare Industry.
This course can be taken as either Initial or Renewal Class.

Objectives

To acquire the skills essential to crisis negotiation taught by crisis prevention professionals with 20+ years in the field.

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Cardiac Dysrythmia with Therapeutic Modalities

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Enhance your cardiac monitoring skills by enrolling in this course which provides a thorough approach to cardiac dysrhythmia and its treatment modalities, detailed understanding of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology as well of accurate electrode placing.
Objectives
This online course/class is for RNs, LVNs, CNAs, and RTs.
At the end of the course, the participants will:
1. Describe the structure and function of the heart.
2. Describe the electrical conduction system of the heart.
3. Identify hemodynamic consequences of various rhythms.
4. State normal criteria for ECG measurements.
5. Identify the criteria for sinus, atrial, junctional, heart blocks and ventricular rhythms.
6. Given rhythm strip examples identify the name of the rhythm.

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Dealing with Stress and End of Life Care

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Looking for a course that will make you better at helping your patient and their family cope with stress? How about providing the best end of life care? This self-study module emphasizes on the understanding of stress during end of life and its impact to the patients and their families as well as finding coping strategies for end of life care and means manage it in a positive way.
OBJECTIVES
When the student has finished Dealing with Stress and End of Life Care module, he/she will be able to:
1. Learn and apply the principles of caring for dying residents and their family members;
2. Identify and recognize common attitudes and belief about death and dying;
3. Know how to assist in care of dying residents and their family members considering cultural and spiritual beliefs.

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Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

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Objectives:
When the student has finished the Dementia and Alzheimer’s module, he/she will be able:
1. To identify the interrelationship of the terms Dementia and Alzheimer’s
2. To enumerate and understand the probable and theorized causes of Dementia
3. To identify the top medications used, indications, usage and common side effects enabling them to identify the specific nursing interventions
4. To define what is incontinence, it’s association with Dementia , the types and the nursing interventions intended
5. To identify and describe the syndromes linked to Dementia
6. To define Sundown Syndrome, familiarize the symptoms, causes and the treatments available

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Diabetes and Hypoglycemia

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About 798,000 people are diagnosed with diabetes annually. This means the probability of healthcare professional taking care of a diabetic patient is very high. Understanding the illness helps you provide the best and appropriate care for your patients. This course includes in –depth knowledge on the mechanism of diabetes and hypoglycemia, identifies the signs and symptoms of each, and explores management including the medical interventions use.
Objectives
This thorough self-study module with instant certificate generation will explore and present diabetes’ systemic impact.
When the student has finished the Diabetes and Hypoglycemia , he/she will be able to:
1. Differentiate different types of diabetes.
2. Describe the pathophysiology of diabetes.
3. Describe diagnostic criteria and procedures for diabetes.
4. Identify treatments for diabetes.
5. Describe complications of diabetes.
6. Discuss aspects of hypoglycemia

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Domestic Violence

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Are you having problems on how to approach your patients that suffered from domestic violence? This course is right for you. This module explores the fundamentals of domestic violence including effective approaches to victims and their families.
Objectives
This online course/class for RN, LVN, RT and CNA will help you understand the dynamics of domestic violence, the effects on adult and child victims, lethal and risk issues, legal remedies for protection, community resources and victim services, reporting requirements, and model protocols for addressing domestic violence.
At the completion of this program, the learners will:
1. Describe the cycle of domestic violence and why some victims stay in abusive relationships.
2. List three physical signs and symptoms of abuse.
3. Identify the most effective techniques for conducting a domestic violence interview.4. State three safety plan instructions for the victim.
5. Identify interventions and resources to provide to victims of domestic violence.
6. Explain three appropriate clinical interventions for the victim of abuse.
7. Complete exam components at a 70% competency.

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Emergency Treatment: Assessment and Care for the Elderly

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This carefully designed module gives you some perspectives on aging. The outline format serves as a practical guide in identifying elderly emergencies with information and management given within each category. We hope this information is helpful and will provide a mechanism to deliver better patient care.
Objectives
At the end of this course, student will be able to:
1. Identify various theories of aging: Describe ways to help the elderly adjust for visual deficits. Describe ways to help the elderly adjust for hearing deficits.
2. Identify changes with the elderly in the following: Senses, reproductive system, sexual activity, skin, endocrine system, infection and the immune system, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, sleep patterns, and cognition.
3. Identify emergency treatment, assessment and care.

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Inhalant Abuse

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Inhalants tend to be the first agent used by children to get high which could lead to addiction if not recognized early. This course provides investigative strategies to identify signs of inhalant abuse and how to care for the addicted patients.
Objectives
By the end of this course, participants will be able to
1. Define inhalants
2. Identify classes and examples of inhalants
3. Obtain knowledge regarding general care for the patient addicted to inhalants

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Ostomy Care

Definition
Ostomy surgery is the construction of an opening in the intestinal or urinary tract for the purpose of removing waste materials from the body.
Prevalence
More than 500,000 people in the U.S. have had ostomy surgery.
Nearly 100,000 more face it each year.
Causes
Cancer of the colon, bladder, or rectum.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Urinary tract infections.
Inherited conditions, such as familial adenomatous polyposis.
Birth defects.
Stab and gunshot wounds.


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Pressure Ulcer Care

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Being Vigilant is a critical skill required when you’re taking care of patients with or at risk for pressure ulcers. And if you are looking for ways on how to deal with pressure ulcers, this course will expand your knowledge on assessing and detecting pressure ulcers risks and formation for better patient care.
Objectives
Pressure Ulcer
When the student has finished the Pressure Ulcer module, he/she will be able to:
1. Correctly identify a definition of pressure ulcer.
2. Correctly identify the basic cause of pressure ulcers.
3. Identify three specific causes that contribute to the development of pressure ulcers.
4. Correctly identify three factors that increase the risk of developing pressure ulcers.
5. Identify a specific medical condition that increases the risk of developing pressure ulce

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Taxes and My Nursing License: What are the Liabilities 1

Before taking the quiz, make sure that you have studied the contents of our Tax Tips for Health Pros page. You may review through this link: https://educatesimplify.com/tax-deductions-nurses/ or the PowerPoint Slides provided in this course.
The coverage of the quiz will be the following:
  • Understand Your $2,000 Lifetime Learning Credit
  • Tax Deductions for Nurses & Health Pros
  • Employee vs. Independent Contractor

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Taxes and My Nursing License: What are the Liabilities 2

Before taking the quiz, make sure that you have studied the contents of our Tax Tips for Health Pros page. You may review through this link: https://educatesimplify.com/tax-deductions-nurses/ or the PowerPoint Slides provided in this course.
The coverage of the quiz will be the following:
  • Understand Your $2,000 Lifetime Learning Credit
  • Tax Deductions for Nurses & Health Pros
  • Employee vs. Independent Contractor

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What is the Code of Ethics for Nurses?

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:
  • Outline the history of the nursing code of ethics;
  • Identify the four (4) principles of ethics in the nursing profession;
  • Distinguish the nine (9) main provisions of the American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics for Nurses;
  • Lastly, the student should be able to understand how nurses use the ANA Code of Ethics.

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