Insights, case studies and more. Challenge yourself to deepen your expertise with this collection of advanced courses on Holistic/Integrative topics, available in online and textbook formats.
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Individual Nursing courses
Documentation for Nurses, 3rd Edition
Course expiration date: 10/31/2021
This course explores the underlying purposes of documentation, professional and regulatory requirements and processes, and best practices for adequate documentation to accurately reflect the patient’s severity of illness and transition for care.
Healthy Aging, 3rd Edition
Course expiration date: 5/12/2023
This course provides nurses and healthcare professionals with the additional knowledge to help encourage, teach, and guide older adults to actively practice healthy lifestyles for optimal living. The course presents the needs of the older adult patient to help healthcare professionals develop person-centered plans to provide satisfactory care and improve patient outcomes. Additionally, the course will set the stage for developing a healthier society for all to age well and successfully.
Holistic and Integrative Nursing: Elements of Practice
Course expiration date: 8/31/2021
This course incorporates the five elements of practice defined as vital – energy, fire, air, water, earth, and ether – that have endured for centuries and provided a structural focus for sickroom management, creating healing environments, and the nursing care of whole patients. The course provides nurses with a broad understanding of how the five elements of practice are relevant today and guide them through the application of these elements to practice using various healing modalities. This in-depth understanding will provide a new perspective on clinical care, practice management, and quality of life for both the patient and the nurse.
Humor in Healthcare: The Laughter Prescription, 3rd Edition
Course expiration date: 6/30/2021
This course presents foundational information about therapeutic humor, the difference between humor and laughter, the history of humor in health care, how humor develops as we mature, and how humor affects the biological, psychological, and sociological health of an individual.
Nurses’ Guide to Dietary Supplements
Course expiration date: 3/31/2021
This course presents nurses who work in ambulatory centers, private practice, pharmacies, hospitals, and community health facilities, with information to help develop practice guidelines and patient education materials about dietary supplements and participate in shared-decision making with people who are choosing dietary supplements for use in self-care.
Pain Management: Principles and Practice, 3rd Edition
Course expiration date: 2/21/2022
This course presents current information about pain and nursing care for persons experiencing pain. The course will provide an understanding of the physiological mechanisms of nociceptive and neuropathic pain. Nurses will be able to describe pain assessment for patients across the lifespan and will be able to identify evidence-based assessment for patients whose cognitive impairment, age, or level of consciousness makes them incapable of reporting their pain. The course also provide an understanding of the pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment of acute and chronic pain, as well as treatment of pain at end-of-life. With this knowledge, nurses will be able to both educate patients about pain and advocate for safe and effective pain treatment based on scientific evidence.