Continuing Education for Nurses | July '19
Hypertension Guidelines
Hypertension Guidelines
Hypertension, or high blood pressure (BP), is a significant risk factor for people developing heart disease and stroke, which are leading causes of death. Learn about the recommendations and guidelines for blood pressure established by The American Heart Association (AHA) and the American College of Cardiology (ACC).
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Managing Difficult People: Strategies for Success
Managing Difficult People
To effectively manage difficult people, you need to understand that you cannot always change the behavior, but you can change how YOU respond to it. Learn how to disengage so that you will not be pulled into the difficult behavior cycle.
High-Risk Medications
High-Risk Medications
Adverse medication events continue to occur despite the efforts of the Institute of Safe Medication Practice (ISMP) and other regulatory agencies efforts to reduce these untoward events. High-risk medications are most of the time involved in these events. Learn more about high-alert medications and strategies to consider to avoid adverse medication events.
Continuing Education
This month's topic is Workplace Violence. We have compiled a suite of resources to help you protect yourself and prevent violent situations.
Violence in the Workplace
Your Role in Managing Assaultive Behavior
NY Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Free Resources
All About Nursing Radioshow - 3 New Episodes
In the new episodes you'll learn about what it's like to work for a medical device company as a nurse, what it's like to be nurse leaders in the academic practice and how technology can remove barriers and increase efficiency for bedside nurses.