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Time is the only resource given to everyone equally. It is how we manage our use of time that is important. Just as with every other resource (financial, physical, etc.), the better we protect it and care for it, the better the result. This educational activity will help learners make better use of the precious resource we call “time.”
This course is 1.0 contact hour of continuing education for nurses (ANCC), physical therapists and physical therapy assistants (ProCert, FL, TX), and 1.25 participant hours for nursing home administrators (NAB).
Competency-based programming (CBP) bridges the gap between current nurse knowledge and implementing evidence-based practice. Studies reveal that CBP is directly correlated with high quality healthcare. This educational activity will allow learners to gain knowledge about competency-based programming in order to collaborate with peers for establishing and tracking educational goals.
Emotional Intelligence plays a significant role in our behavior. This educational activity will help learners identify different types of intelligence and be able to describe different components of emotional intelligence. In addition, learners will be able to describe techniques to increase their emotional intelligence and the learner will be able to list skills possessed by those who have a high…
This course is 1.0 contact hour of continuing education for nurses (ANCC), physical therapists and physical therapy assistants (ProCert, FL, OK, TX), occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants (AOTA), speech language pathologists (ASHA), respiratory therapists (AARC), and 1.25 participant hours for nursing home administrators (NAB).
Change management is a process that involves monitoring the way in which individuals or organizations move from a current situation to a new or different situation. Change can have a significant impact on organizations. Therefore, it is critical that change is handled in a structured way. This educational activity allows learners to gain a better understanding of managing change by…
It is important to have a team that supports the mission and goals of a positive and supportive work environment. A positive and supportive work environment is achievable by making effective communication a top priority. This educational activity will help the learner identify leadership skills that are necessary for effective communication.
Performance management is a structured process in which employees and managers work together to achieve organizational goals and objectives. Effective performance management is a key factor in an organization’s success. This educational activity will provide learners with knowledge about performance management as it relates to evaluating performance, directing vs. delegating, establishing goals, providing feedback, and communicating performance information with co-workers.
Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) is critical for improving the quality of care that residents receive in long term care facilities. QAPI is an organized way of evaluating quality at all levels within a long-term care facility. This educational activity is designed to help the learner gain knowledge about the elements of QAPI and understand the principles for putting…
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) older adults have been noted to be an at-risk population. It is important for care providers working in the long-term care setting to be welcoming to residents in their facilities who identify as LGBT. Sensitivity to the concerns of these residents will improve resident satisfaction and ensure accessible, competent, quality care.
This course is 1.0 contact hour of continuing education for nurses (ANCC), social workers (MI and NASW), physical therapists and physical therapy assistants (ProCert, FL, MD, OK), occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants (AOTA), speech language pathologists (ASHA), respiratory therapists (AARC), and 1.25 participant hours for nursing home administrators (NAB).