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A swarm of challenges are rocking the healthcare world. Between new technologies, emerging infectious diseases, and rising recognition of healthcare inequality (to name just a few), keeping in the know can be difficult. We’ve made the challenge easier for you with this convenient round up of healthcare hot topics.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Emerging Infectious Diseases - N47384 6
    Course release date: 3/3/2021
    Course expiration date: 3/3/2024

    This course provides an overview of emerging infectious diseases (EID), offering useful historic and scientific underpinnings, as well as an introduction to the less obvious consequences of rapidly spreading infections. The course is aimed at empowering nurses to best serve their patients, despite the challenges projected by EID-associated disruptions. In broad strokes, this course provides general ID and EID information, discusses consequences of a pandemic, provides an overview of how governments and organizations prepare for EID, methods to combat the spread of ID, and descriptions of specific nursing approaches useful to prevent and manage EID.
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases: A World View - N35030 1
    Webinar course release date: 5/13/2020
    Webinar course expiration date: 5/13/2023

    This webinar course has been previously recorded.  

    Although we have all considered the potential impact of emerging infectious disease, the world’s current battle with Covid-19 is shifting the hypothetical into a reality, impacting each global citizen. At the root are a variety of infectious pathogens, some representing a resultant disease and each featuring varying abilities to pass between people. Additionally, pathogens that lead to worldwide disease (pandemic), it is critical to also respect those that cause limited endemic or epidemic disease. The world has suffered from deadly infectious diseases for many years, with some pathogens resulting in far worse consequences than others. Covid-19 will pass with yet unknown societal impact. Nurses will always be on the front line - playing key roles in fighting the disease and showing their patients how to best adapt to life in a non-sterile world. There are many low-cost, high impact practices nurses can teach that will reduce the frequency and burden of emerging infectious disease.
  • Population Health: Contemporary Perspectives for Nurses - N32887 4
    Course release date: 3/4/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/4/2023

    This course will provide current and relevant information about population health as it applies to contemporary nursing practice.  The course presents an overview of population health via definitions and practical applications. It will discuss public health nurse standards of practice and the skills and knowledge that clinicians need in order to address modern day health issues, along with methods and strategies for tackling such health problems. Throughout the course, case examples will illustrate how to employ a population health approach to improve outcomes, not merely for individuals, but for populations.
  • Social Determinants of Health for Health Care Professionals - N44140 3
    Course release date: 12/08/2020
    Course expiration date: 12/08/2023

    The purpose of this course is to identify the categories of social determinants of health (SDOH) for healthcare professionals, explain the differences and relationships between social determinants and behavioral factors and the possible effects on health, review population health and population management, and discuss the effect of COVID-19 on the SDOH.
  • Telehealth's Impact on Nursing Practice - N46859 1
    Webinar course release date: 11/18/2020
    Webinar course expiration date: 11/18/2023

    This webinar course has been previously recorded.

    Telehealth has become an integral part in transforming healthcare and addressing challenges in the health care system. To provide accessible, quality patient care, nurses must adopt and use innovative technologies to meet these goals.  This course will introduce the various types of telehealth modalities and review a history of telehealth and their applications in nursing practice. The course will discuss scope of practice issues that impact care provided by telehealth, including those that have emerged and evolved related to COVID-19. The course concludes with the current and future implications of telehealth on nursing practice.

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Contemporary Issues Bundle - NCI15

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A swarm of challenges are rocking the healthcare world. Between new technologies, emerging infectious diseases, and rising recognition of healthcare inequality (to name just a few), keeping in the know can be difficult. We’ve made the challenge easier for you with this convenient round up of healthcare hot topics.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Emerging Infectious Diseases - N47384 6
    Course release date: 3/3/2021
    Course expiration date: 3/3/2024

    This course provides an overview of emerging infectious diseases (EID), offering useful historic and scientific underpinnings, as well as an introduction to the less obvious consequences of rapidly spreading infections. The course is aimed at empowering nurses to best serve their patients, despite the challenges projected by EID-associated disruptions. In broad strokes, this course provides general ID and EID information, discusses consequences of a pandemic, provides an overview of how governments and organizations prepare for EID, methods to combat the spread of ID, and descriptions of specific nursing approaches useful to prevent and manage EID.
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases: A World View - N35030 1
    Webinar course release date: 5/13/2020
    Webinar course expiration date: 5/13/2023

    This webinar course has been previously recorded.  

    Although we have all considered the potential impact of emerging infectious disease, the world’s current battle with Covid-19 is shifting the hypothetical into a reality, impacting each global citizen. At the root are a variety of infectious pathogens, some representing a resultant disease and each featuring varying abilities to pass between people. Additionally, pathogens that lead to worldwide disease (pandemic), it is critical to also respect those that cause limited endemic or epidemic disease. The world has suffered from deadly infectious diseases for many years, with some pathogens resulting in far worse consequences than others. Covid-19 will pass with yet unknown societal impact. Nurses will always be on the front line - playing key roles in fighting the disease and showing their patients how to best adapt to life in a non-sterile world. There are many low-cost, high impact practices nurses can teach that will reduce the frequency and burden of emerging infectious disease.
  • Population Health: Contemporary Perspectives for Nurses - N32887 4
    Course release date: 3/4/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/4/2023

    This course will provide current and relevant information about population health as it applies to contemporary nursing practice.  The course presents an overview of population health via definitions and practical applications. It will discuss public health nurse standards of practice and the skills and knowledge that clinicians need in order to address modern day health issues, along with methods and strategies for tackling such health problems. Throughout the course, case examples will illustrate how to employ a population health approach to improve outcomes, not merely for individuals, but for populations.
  • Social Determinants of Health for Health Care Professionals - N44140 3
    Course release date: 12/08/2020
    Course expiration date: 12/08/2023

    The purpose of this course is to identify the categories of social determinants of health (SDOH) for healthcare professionals, explain the differences and relationships between social determinants and behavioral factors and the possible effects on health, review population health and population management, and discuss the effect of COVID-19 on the SDOH.
  • Telehealth's Impact on Nursing Practice - N46859 1
    Webinar course release date: 11/18/2020
    Webinar course expiration date: 11/18/2023

    This webinar course has been previously recorded.

    Telehealth has become an integral part in transforming healthcare and addressing challenges in the health care system. To provide accessible, quality patient care, nurses must adopt and use innovative technologies to meet these goals.  This course will introduce the various types of telehealth modalities and review a history of telehealth and their applications in nursing practice. The course will discuss scope of practice issues that impact care provided by telehealth, including those that have emerged and evolved related to COVID-19. The course concludes with the current and future implications of telehealth on nursing practice.