Healthcare for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People
This program will provide information and resources for healthcare professionals who care for deaf or hard of hearing patients.
Preceptor: Nurturing New Employees
The purpose of this online education is to provide insight to the responsibilities of being a preceptor, things to consider when communicating with others, and how to help manage conflict and stress.
What Every Healthcare Provider Needs to Know About S-T-R-E-S-S
This program will provide information on stress management for the healthcare provider.
The Basics of Teaching Online
This course engages students with the general principles in effective online instruction, and with the practical online approaches that produce learning.
The Gift of Life: Organ, Tissue and Eye Donation
This program will present information on organ and tissue donation that health care providers can use when working with patients and families in end of life situations.
Meaningful Use: Stage One and Beyond
This program will explore federal laws related to meaningful use of healthcare information technology and initiatives hospitals must put in place to meet regulations.
Hemodynamics: A Practical Application for Today’s Nurses
This program will provide an opportunity to apply hemodynamic principles to today's clinical practice using a case based approach.
This program will provide information on HIPAA and patient privacy for NMHS employees and clinical students.
Surviving Sepsis Campaign
This program will provide information on the early identification of severe sepsis and septic shock as well as the rapid implementation of evidenced based resuscitation elements and management practices needed to reduce sepsis mortality.
Breastfeeding as an Effective Pain-Relieving Intervention in Infants Receiving Injectable Immunizations: An Evidence-Based Project
The purpose of this program is to explore breastfeeding as a pain relief measure during painful procedures.