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  • Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension (Nursing Credit)

    Course ID: 2314
    Course Author: Michelle Cash
    In this course Michelle Cash, MSN, RN, APRN provides an overview of pediatric pulmonary hypertension including the classification of the disease, current evidence for treatment in pediatric patients and the 5 rights of pediatric patients.



  • Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension (Pharmacy Credit)

    Course ID: 2320
    Course Author: Michelle Cash
    In this course Michelle Cash, MSN, RN, APRN provides an overview of pediatric pulmonary hypertension including the classification of the disease, current evidence for treatment in pediatric patients and the 5 rights of pediatric patients.



  • The ABC's of Teaching Adult Patients and Healthcare Professionals (Nursing Credit)

    Course ID: 2315
    Course Author: Jacqueline Brewer
    Course Author: Jennifer Priziola
    In this session the fundamentals of teaching patients and healthcare professionals are identified by first identifying the methods and barriers to learning, recognizing effective teaching techniques, and evaluating learner understanding of the information taught.



  • The ABC's of Teaching Adult Patients and Healthcare Professionals (Respiratory Therapist Credit)

    Course ID: 2283
    Course Author: Jacqueline Brewer
    Course Author: Jennifer Priziola
    In this session the fundamentals of teaching patients and healthcare professionals are identified by first identifying the methods and barriers to learning, recognizing effective teaching techniques, and evaluating learner understanding of the information taught.



  • The ABC's of Teaching Adult Patients and Healthcare Professionals (Social Worker Credit)

    Course ID: 2379
    Course Author: Jacqueline Brewer
    Course Author: Jennifer Priziola
    In this session the fundamentals of teaching patients and healthcare professionals are identified by first identifying the methods and barriers to learning, recognizing effective teaching techniques, and evaluating learner understanding of the information taught.