Patient Safety Training Videos
Video Streaming Also AvailableMedication Management You Can Prevent Errors! Preventing medication errors promotes patient safety.
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.
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.
This program is about taking a look at the unusual situations you encounter on a daily basis, to see if we can make your job easier and less likely to cause you an injury.
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.
Video Streaming Also AvailableHealthcare facilities are no longer considered immune from the violence of the outside world. In one state alone, nearly 60 percent of hospital employees received injuries from patients or visitors. Protect your employees by teaching them how to spot potential violence and how to diffuse a hostile situation.