12 Lead EKG
This is part of the cardiovascular assessment of a patient. The purpose of this one-day course is to assist the registered nurse and other healthcare providers in understanding and interpreting the 12-Lead EKG and the changes often seen on it.
Advanced Stroke Life Support
This is a practical, hands-on 8 hour course that addresses the pre-hospital, emergency department and stroke unit management of patients with acute stroke. The course will incorporate interactive discussions, hands-on workshops, video, and standardized patients.
AWHONN Advanced Fetal Monitoring Course
The Advanced Fetal Heart Monitoring course is designed for Registered Nurses and Physicians with the goal of building on basic knowledge of essential principles of fetal monitoring including the current NICHD terminology and categories. The focus is on advanced concepts relating to assessment, interpretation, management and evaluation of fetal heart rate patterns, using case scenarios for illustration and reinforcement. This course is open to UCH employees and Family Medicine MD's and other qualified providers affiliated with UCH only.
Bariatric Surgery Seminar
This class is designed for registered nurses and other healthcare providers who care for Bariatric surgery patients.
Diabetes Care in the Hospital and Ambulatory Settings
This course is designed for hospital and ambulatory RNs and other healthcare professionals interested in learning about the care of patients with diabetes and hyperglycemia in the hospital setting or in the ambulatory setting.
Evidence-Based Practice Boot Camp: Mission Possible
This course is designed for registered nurses and other healthcare providers to review principles of evidence-based practice (EBP) and engage participants in critical elements of the process of implementing EBP changes in their work environment.
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Fundamentals of Critical Care Support
This course is a 2 ½ day comprehensive course addressing fundamental management principles for the first 24 hours of critical care. The course purpose is to better prepare the non-intensivist and the multidisciplinary critical care team for the first 24 hours of management of the critically ill patient until transfer or appropriate critical care consultation can be arranged. Preparation of the multidisciplinary critical care team is optimized for management of acute deterioration of the critically ill patient. The FCCS course utilizes both lecture/didactic material and skills stations with simulation for integration of practice concepts in critical care.
HIV Clinical Training
Clinical time is individualized, to the extent possible, to meet the professional learning goals, practice needs, and interests of the participant.
How to Display Data
Now that you’ve collected your data, what do you do next? This 2 hour workshop is designed for healthcare professionals involved in quality improvement or evidence-based practice projects at UCH.