JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED.

Below are snippets from just a few of the lessons we created for HealthStream.  We're sorry we can't show you a more complete selection on our site, but these courses are custom and commercially available through HealthStream as Continuing Medical Education.  Choose from one of the selections below.

SKIN: Our Ultimate Defense

(Instructional Design & Development)

This course is for nurses who would like more information about the basics of skin that will assist in the development of strategies to improve and protect skin integrity.  The client requested that we use design and imagery that leapt off the screen and put emphasis on the beauty and importance of the human body.

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Medical Offices and the Patient Experience: CG CAHPS

(Development)

The CG-CAHPS survey measures the effectiveness of communication between physicians and patients.  It's use is spreading rapidly as it is vital to improve the quality of this interaction.  This course utilizes visual imagery, video narration, case studies, self-assessment, and other interactions to successfully convey the message and instruct the learner on this challenging "soft-skill" topic.

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Pressure Ulcer Prevention Programs: Best Practices to Implement

(Development)

It has been estimated that 2.5 million patients in the United States develop one or more pressure ulcers and as many as 60,000 of these individuals die from the resulting complications each year. Prevention is the best approach for addressing this significant healthcare issue.  The content and exercises found in the lesson will go a long way to save lives and provide comfort for potentially millions of patients.

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Infection and Bioburden in the Chronic Wound

(Development)

The management of wounds is complicated by not only the diversity of wounds but also the variety of wound care products now available to clinicians. In order to optimize patient outcomes and effectively influence wound treatment plans, nurses must be knowledgeable about current evidence-based best practices for their management. This course utilizes a variety of engaging elements to help nursing staff prepare for the challenging task of managing wounds in any healthcare setting.

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