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Course TitleCourse IDContact hoursMedia Type
A Lurking Danger
A 'Bundle' of Safety Measures Available to Fight Central Line Infections
CE476 1.00
A Perfect Match: Preventing Blood Incompatibility Errors
CE481 1.00
ABCs of Emergency Burn Management
CE142-60 1.00
Abdominal Trauma
A Major Cause of Morbidity and Mortality
CE346-60 1.00
Anaphylaxis
A Whole-Body Allergic Reaction
CE661 1.00
C. Difficile Threatens Hospitalized Patients
CE362-60 1.00
Cold Comfort
Treating Hypothermia in the Trauma Patient
CE433 1.00
Community-Onset Clostridium difficile
The Changing Picture
CE714 1.00
Creating a Culture of Safety and Reducing Medical Errors in the OR
60196 1.50
Critical Blood Loss Demands Fluid Resuscitation to Fight Hypovolemic Shock
CE490 1.00
Ensuring Evidence-Based Practice in Critical Care
Structure, Process and Outcomes
CE642 1.00
Evidence-Based Practice for ICU Sedation, Central Line Infections and Early Feeding
Are You Up to Date?
CE625 1.00
Fall Prevention Among the Elderly
CE151-60 1.00
Hidden Danger: Venous Thromboembolism
CE366-60 1.00
Lines of Communication
CE462 1.00
MRSA May Be Waiting Right Around the Corner
CE480 1.00
Nurses Critical as Reimbursement Dries Up for Catheter-Associated UTIs
CE485 1.00
Perioperative Patient Safety
Hypothermia, Hypoglycemia and Handoffs
CE614 1.00
Preventing Medication Errors
60150 2.00
Preventing Suicide in the Hospital Setting
CE649 1.00
Promoting a Culture of Safety to Prevent Medical Errors
CE498 1.00
Providers Can Help Zap VAP
CE404-60 1.00
Pulmonary Emboli — Small But Deadly Blockage
CE606 1.00
Safe Labeling Helps Prevent OR Errors
CE435 1.00
Safety First
The Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals for 2013-2014
CE694 1.00
Safety First
The Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals for 2015
CE727 1.00
Sepsis
The Body's Overreaction to Infection Can Prove Deadly
CE517 1.00
The Crushing Blow of Crush Injuries
CE473 1.00
Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci: The Battle Goes On
CE651 1.00
What’s Being Done to Prevent Wrong-Site Surgery?
CE495 1.00
What’s on the Inside: An Overview of Blunt Chest Trauma
CE471 1.00
Wounds‚ Part 1
Nursing Assessment, Care and Product Selection
CE80-60 1.00
Wounds‚ Part 2
Nursing Care and Product Selection
CE81-60 1.00

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