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Individual Nevada Certified Nursing Assistant courses

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24 Hour Continuing Education Course for CNAs
24 Hrs
This package contains 24 hours to meet your continuing education requirement for Nevada Certified Nursing Assistants.
24 Hrs
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Certified Nursing Assistants: Caring for the Geriatric Patient
12 Hrs
As people age, their bodies and needs change. This course reviews the physical and mental changes that occur with advancing age. You will learn how to be an effective advocate for your patients and a valuble member of the team enhancing the lives of geriatric patients.
12 Hrs
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CNA Documentation
2 Hrs
A CNA has important responsibilities to the facility where he or she works and the residents/patients that he or she assists. This course explains the role of the CNA in resident/patient documenation of daily care.
2 Hrs
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Communication with Cognitively Impaired Residents/Patients
2 Hrs
In the CNA role you help with assisting patients with moderate to severe cogntitive impairement, however commucation seems to be a common obstacle when working with these patients. This course provides CNAs with a basic understanding of cogntive impairment disorders and how they impact delivery of care with patients.
2 Hrs
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Diseases and Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract
12 Hrs
This online course consists of:
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  • Review the anatomy of the gastrointestinal system.\n
  • Describe diseases of the oral cavity.\n
  • Identify treatment of diseases of the oral cavity.\n
  • Explain the types of disorders and diseases affecting the esophagus.\n
  • Evaluate treatment initiatives for disorders and diseases affecting the esophagus.\n
  • Identify pathophysiology of gastric diseases and disorders.\n
  • Evaluate treatment initiatives for gastric diseases and disorders.\n
  • Explain the pathophysiology of peptic ulcer disease.\n
  • Describe treatment measures for peptic ulcer disease.\n
  • Differentiate between ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.\n
  • Describe the pathophysiology of inflammatory bowel disease.\n
  • Explain treatment initiatives for inflammatory bowel disease.\n
  • Discuss the signs and symptoms of colorectal cancer.\n
  • Discuss the signs and symptoms of anal cancer.\n
  • Describe the effects of Celiac disease.\n
  • Explain the pathophysiology of diverticular disease.\n
  • Differentiate among treatments for diverticular disease.\n
  • Define intussusception.\n
  • Identify treatment initiatives for intussusception.\n
  • Explain the pathophysiology of intestinal obstruction.\n
  • Evaluate treatment initiatives for intestinal obstruction.\n
  • Identify the pathophysiology of inguinal hernia.\n
  • Discuss treatment for volvulus.\n
  • Explain the pathophysiology of rectal prolapse.\n
  • Describe treatment initiatives for hemorrhoids.\n
  • Describe the signs and symptoms of intestinal polyps.\n
  • Explain the etiology of proctitis.\n
  • Describe the signs and symptoms of anorectal abscess and fistula.\n
12 Hrs
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Domestic Violence Awareness
1 Hrs
Domestic violence, also called intimate partner violence (IPV), is a serious, preventable public health problem affecting more than 32 million Americans. This course lists and defines the five main categories of intimate partner violence and lists risk factors for victimization and perpetration.
1 Hrs
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HIV Prevention Strategies in Medical Care Settings
2 Hrs
This course names and distinguishes between the way HIV can and cannot be spread, lists the precautions recommended by the CDC to prevent transmission of HIV to health care personnel in the workplace, and lists four key strategies for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new initiative.
2 Hrs
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Medical Errors
2 Hrs
Medical errors are a silent and largely unseen tragedy. This course defines terms important to the conecpt of medical error, describes various categories of medical errors, and identifies strategies for reducing nine common medical errors.
2 Hrs
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Resident Rights
2 Hrs
Any person requiring nursing home care should be able to enter any nursing home and receive appropriate care, be treated with courtesy and enjoy continued civil and legal rights. This course describes residents' rights and the responsibilities you and nursing homes have for ensuring those rights.
2 Hrs
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Review of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Certified Nursing Assistants
1 Hrs
It is important that all health care professionals are adequately trained to handle cardiac and pulmonary emergencies. The prompt actions of a CNA may be the potential difference in life or death for the patient.
1 Hrs
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Wound Care
12 Hrs
This online course consists of:
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  • Compare and contrast the various types of acute and chronic wounds.\n
  • Identify the incidence and prevalence of acute and chronic wounds within the United States.\n
  • Describe the normal anatomy and pathophysiology of the skin.\n
  • List each of the phases required in order for the skin to heal normally.\n
  • Compare and contrast the three ways wounds close.\n
  • Identify the generalized factors that affect the normal healing process.\n
  • Compare and contrast the different risk factors for each of the acute and chronic wounds.\n
  • Describe the nurse’s responsibility in completing the wound history and assessment.\n
  • Describe treatment modalities for each of the wounds.\n
  • Identify the nurse’s responsibility in preventing acute and chronic wounds from occurring within the community and hospital.\n
  • Identify the legal aspects for the nurse caring for a patient with a chronic wound.\n
12 Hrs