Healthcare Training Videos & Courses
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This program defines disruptive behavior among healthcare workers, providing examples and differentiating subtle forms from obvious manifestations. It points out the impact of disruptive behavior on employee health, morale, performance, turnover, organization's reputation, communication, teamwork and patient safety.
Dr. Reddy is a renowned cardiologist whose practice is devoted to NO HEART ATTACKS, NO STROKES, and REPAIR THE DAMAGE to your heart that may have already occurred. This seems too good to be true, but many of his patients are walking around without the danger of Heart Attacks and Strokes, with damaged hearts under repair.
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This compelling program remains our best-seller year after year! It is a must-have for facility managers and administrators committed to providing optimal quality care for their patients or residents in their golden years.
Aggressive driving is responsible for 1,500 deaths each year. Give your employees this eye-opening look at what constitutes aggressive driving, what contributes to it and how one driver's acts can cause a "domino effect" of bad decisions that may lead to tragedy. After watching this dramatic expose of the dangers of impatience, selfishness, obliviousness and competitiveness behind the wheel, your employees are sure to take a deep breath and drive as if their lives depend on it.
Preventing medical errors that harm patients is the goal of People-Based Patient Safety®.
This easy-to-read, practical guide filled with ideas and case studies explains how to apply ACTS ? the specific skills that raise staff awareness about working safely and avoiding errors.
Back injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders are rampant in the healthcare industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nurses' aides, health aides, radiology technologists and therapists, as well as licensed practical nurses and registered nurses, make up six of the top 10 professionals at the greatest risk for back injury.