HIV/AIDS Training for Health Facility Employees 7Hr
This course is designed to equip Healthcare Facility Employees and other employees that have the potential to come in contact with blood and bodily fluids, with the information to reduce the risk of contracting or exposure to HIV/AIDS. The learner will receive increased knowledge of HIV/AIDS and allow them to better assist and care for themselves and the population they serve. It covers HIV/AIDS Etiology and Epidemiology, Transmission & Infection Control, Testing & Counseling, Clinical Manifestations and Treatment, Legal Ethical Issues and Psychosocial issues all surrounding HIV/AIDS. Based on the KNOW curriculum.
First Steps in Suicide Prevention – Adults, Teens, & Kids 6Hr
This course is designed to equip professionals with the information necessary for effective suicide prevention. By understanding risk and protective factors, trainees will gain increased capabilities at identifying the best course of action when dealing with suicide cases. It covers suicide assessment, treatment, and management. By completion, trainees will be able to assess a variety of situations and determine appropriate actions and responses. This course is based on current empirical research and best known practices.
Human Trafficking Training for Healthcare Professionals 2Hr
Recognizing and responding to signs and behaviors that may be associated with human trafficking. Includes information about the types of human trafficking, contexts, victims, criminals, reports and legal actions.
OSHA Compliant Bloodborne Pathogens Training 5Hr
This course is intended for individuals who need OSHA compliant bloodborne pathogens & infection control training according to OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 because they may face occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials as part of their job requirement.
Controlled Substance Prescribing 4Hr
This course addresses the general principles of pain and treatment for this condition. Pain is explained as a physiological response that may be of a different nature. Likewise, mention is made of the main interventions currently used to treat pain, both pharmacological and non-pharmacological. It also covers the characteristics and behaviors of patients who abuse opioids.