An excellent training video to help strengthen the collaboration between healthcare staff members. Teaching five essential skills through the C.O.A.C.H. method: Care, Observe, Act, Communicate and Help.
Utilize the lessons from this program as an excellent first-impression on workplace safety for new healthcare workers or as an in-depth learning tool to refresh employees on the importance of general safety standards.
Fall prevention is a major aspect of patient safety in hospitals. This program trains healthcare and hospital workers on how to prevent falls, conduct fall assessments, and how to handle fall-prone residents.
Give your home healthcare workers a leg up in preventing patient falls. This program outlines types of falls, where falls are most likely to occur, how to prevent falls, and documenting and maintaining a fall record log.
Ensure your staff uses restraints in accordance with provisions and directives of current regulation. This program outlines the documentation process while citing methods to minimize the overall use of restraints.
Often a difficult and emotional disease for loved ones, Alzheimer's has fascinated researchers for years. This contemporary video shows how to identify the three stages of Alzheimer's and treat the disease with humanity and compassion.
Start your own fire prevention and safety crusade with this gripping video. Learn the four classes of fire, fire prevention and how to use a fire extinguisher. The 20-minute video is only one component of this comprehensive training kit, which would be a perfect addition to your current training curriculum.
Learn valuable information about fire statistics in the home, basic fire safety tips and some handy acronyms to help employees remember the important steps to handling a fire in a home care environment.
Dealing with acts of violence is becoming an important skill for every healthcare professional. This training program will equip your employees with the knowledge to recognize potential violence and to difuse hostility before it escalates.
Learn about violence and how to handle it in a home healthcare environment. This video covers topics such as general violence information, the assault cycle, safety practices and making safety the employee's priority.
Be diligent in identifying and preventing elder abuse! Learn to identify the types of elder abuse, especially when it is subtle or unintentional. Learn which patients are more likely to be victims and stop this unjust practice before it begins.
Healthcare facilities, hospitals and employees must understand their obligations to patients under the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Law (EMTALA). This program explains the act, its final rule established in 2003 and applications in today’s world.
Slips, trips and falls can directly result in lost work days, loss of income, broken bones, back problems, disability or even death. This program covers potential fall hazards found in the average healthcare workplace.
Infection control programs are life-saving safety measures required by OSHA and the Joint Commission of every healthcare facility nationwide. Utilize this program to keep patients and workers safe and promote an infection-free workplace.
Healthcare settings present environments that possess the ever-present risk of exposure to infections and other health hazards. This course specifically outlines the risks and safeguards for workers in ambulatory care.
This program explains infection control begins and ends with proper clean up and disposal coupled with proper hand hygiene. Learn from a range of control measures to prevent homecare workers from transporting dangerous pathogens.
Domestic violence directly affects nearly 25% of Americans. Train your healthcare professionals to recognize warning signs and how to react accordingly when handling a situation regarding domestic abuse.
This training details the third provision of the Nursing Code of Ethics, protection, and explores what it means for nurses with regard to patient privacy, HIPAA, patient advocacy and questionable practices.