The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the types of pain seen in clients who have undergone surgery or are coping with cancer or HIV.
The PALS course is designed for healthcare providers who act in participation or directing the resuscitation of children, who have different likely causes and methods to revive than adults. Techniques are applicable in or outside of the hospital setting.
The goal of this course is to identify the components of the brain and
their functions; differentiate the current theories of neuroplasticity,
neurogenesis, and epigenetics; and discuss the effects of physical
activity, nutrition, and mental stimulation.
The goal of this course is to review family and caregiver issues,
explain patient rights and the ethical principles of caregiving, and examine
behavioral, nutritional, and safety issues of caregiving.
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of culture and its
effect on childbirth, examine cultural practices in childbirth, and
describe the components of cultural competence.
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of specific cultural
influences at the end of life for African Americans, Asian Americans,
Hispanic Americans, American Indian/Alaskan Natives, and Muslim
The goal of this course is to provide health-care practitioners with an
overview of the incidence of ectopic pregnancy, describe risk factors
associated with the condition.
The goal of this course is to provide health care providers with an
overview of pain assessment and management for patients of all ages
during their end-of-life care.
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