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Cold sterilization is an important part of the healthcare process which is used for the sterilization of equiptment and tools used during patient care. Understanding the basics of cold sterilization and how to use chemicals for cold sterilization is crucial for any employee taking part in the sterilization process.


Course Objectives:

  • Understanding cold sterilization.
  • Knowing chemical types.
  • Identifying uses.
  • Proper setup and cleanup.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

This course will review Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP) standards that embrace both the research and clinical aspects of GLP utilizing a variety of collected regulatory and guidance material.


Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

This course provides a detailed overview of nursing home compliance obligations under Federal regulations. Staff will gain important insight as to their role in maintaining compliance and how to seek help and guidance when abuse or fraud is suspected.


Course Objectives:

  • Learn how nursing home facilities must prepare for compliance program requirements.
  • Discuss benefits of introducing a compliance program, nursing home resident safety, billing integrity, and enforcement of disciplinary actions.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

Medications are used to treat the symptoms of mental disorders such as schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder (sometimes called manic-depressive illness), anxiety disorders, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Sometimes medications are used with other treatments such as psychotherapy. Psychotherapy alone may be the best treatment for a person, depending on the illness and its severity. Other times, psychotherapy is combined with medications.


Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

This course defines what constitutes an emergency in a healthcare setting. It also provides a detailed overview regarding the applicable color codes that are assigned to the different types of emergencies encountered in the healthcare setting. In addition to the description of each code, this course will also discuss the procedures associated with each emergency code.


Course Objectives:

  • Recognize the benefits of healthcare emergency codes.
  • Understand the different types of emergency codes.
  • Explain the procedures associated with the different emergency codes within the healthcare setting.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

This course covers the general guidelines for compliance and administering Hospice and End-of-Life Care to insure that patients understand their rights and options.
Medicare and most state Medicaid programs cover hospice services for terminally ill beneficiaries. Hospices provide comfort, counseling, and relief from pain, rather than curative care.


Course Objectives:

  • Understand hospice benefits.
  • Identify patient choices.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

Phlebotomy is a skill that requires a technician to understand the legal requirements of obtaining test samples and how to obtain a sample from patients that are not always willing participants.
The requirements for a Phlebotomist include: a clear understanding of techniques, preparation, infection prevention, and potential complications. Phlebotomists must understand their patient’s concerns and provide a safe environment to achieve results, and patient satisfaction and safety.


Course Objectives:

  • Learn necessary quality assurance measures, such as patient identification and the importance of proper sterilization techniques.
  • Discuss specific challenges of phlebotomy as it pertains to various patient populations.
  • Explain the preparation steps that must be taken prior to performing the phlebotomy.
  • Understand important specimen labeling and storage procedures.
  • Know potential complications that may be associated with phlebotomy.

Duration: 75 min. CE Credits: 1.25 Chapters: 5

The Malignant Hypothermia course will provide readers with the background, pathophysiology, and etiology of malignant hypothermia. This course will provide a comprehensive overview regarding diagnosing and treating patients with malignant hypothermia.


Course Objectives:

  • Recognize pathophysiology of the disease.
  • Understand the clinical presentation of the disease.
  • Explain the various treatment options for the disease.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: 25 Chapters: 1

This course is an overview of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) consensus standards for domestic and international medical devices and the transparency between the FDA and the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH).


Course Objectives:

  • Review the Food and Drug Administration’s role in medical device safety.
  • Learn about the FDA’s focus on the greatest risks and benefits of medical devices.
  • Discuss registration, medical device listing requirements, premarket notification, investigational device exemptions for clinical studies, the quality system, and labeling requirements.
  • Discuss the expansion of the FDA’s authority to promote innovation, increase stakeholder activity, and enhance the safety of the drug supply chain.

Duration: 45 min. CE Credits: .75 Chapters: 3

Staying informed when working with different biohazardous materials is the first line of defense for individuals who are working in these environments. This course will help identify safety levels so that employees exposed to biohazardous materials can keep themselves protected. Objectives: – Know the bio saftey levels – recognize dangers of each dangers -protecting yourself before there is danger.


Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

The word ophthalmology (pronounced ahf-thahl-MOL-uh-jee) comes from the Greek word ophthalmos, mean.


Duration: 30 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 2

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997
This US Federal legislation re-wrote the laws.


Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

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Dental Specific

Conscious sedation is a course that will provide a basic introduction to patient sedation including Continuum of sedation, pre procedure patient evaluations and peparation, rescue, respiratory compromise, and patient safety monitoring.


Course Objectives:

  • Identifying a high risk patient.
  • Differentiating deep sedation from moderate sedation.
  • Assessing the patient.
  • Monitoring Effectivly.
  • Emergency procedures.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

During this course, we will discuss the advantages of using nitrous oxide in dental practices and safety measures used to protect patients, dentists, and their staff.
Topics covered will include the biological effects of nitrous oxide, informed consent prior to use, and contraindications for certain patient illnesses and conditions that apply to maintain patient safety standards. The course will provide an overview of the exposure limits set by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) as well as recommended workplace controls to insure safety.


Course Objectives:

  • Recognize the benefits and contradictions for the use of nitrous oxide sedation.
  • Understand the best clinical practices for the use of nitrous oxide sedation.
  • Explain the recommended thresholds mandated by NIOSH and ACGIH.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

It is the intent of OSHA for employers to identify and implement appropriate equipment and procedures to reduce or eliminate ergonomic hazards. Training employees is a fundamental part of the ergonomic process. This course explains basic concepts for the musculoskeletal system and associated disorders that can occurred in the workplace. It also provides detailed information on preventative measures to help employees avoid musculoskeletal injuries.


Course Objectives:

  • Recognize the basic anatomy of the musculoskeletal system.
  • Understand the risk factors that may contribute toward musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Explain the recommended prevention techniques to help reduce workplace musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Identify the recommended prevention techniques to help reduce workplace musculoskeletal injuries within the dental industry.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1