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Being Smart About Social Media The nurse will maintain professional boundaries when using social media platforms, and will be aware of the policies of the institution in regards to social media which are consistent with HIPAA regulations and the Texas Board of Nursing position statement. View
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NE NEA CENP CNML Certification Preparation: Nursing Executive Exam Nurse leaders will have the knowledge & confidence necessary to sit for the certification exam. View
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Polarity Thinking in Healthcare: the Missing Logic to Achieve Transformation Participant Evaluation form Program Title: Polarity Thinking in Healthcare: the Missing Logic to Achieve Transformation BSWH CNE-17-0112 Location: Temple, TX Date: 11/1/2017 Outcome statement: Healthcare staff will embrace principles of polarity thinking to transform the care given to patients Planning... View
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Cultivating Resiliency Surviving & Thriving in Nursing Attendees will identify signs/symptoms of burnout; be able to work through stressors in a healthy manner & identify resources to call if they are experiencing burnout. View
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Baylor Scott & White Divisions of Hospice and Palliative Care present ELNEC: End of Life Nursing Education Improved palliative care program for hospice specific beds by increasing the number of palliative care nurses with ELNEC certification. View
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2nd Annual Dr. Matthew L. Davis Trauma Symposium The learner will acquire baseline knowledge regarding a variety of trauma topics This knowledge will be applied in practice View
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Management of Accidental Hypothermia Short Term - Emergency nurses will be able to verbalize the importance of early recognition and aggressive management of hypothermia. Long Term – Data reports from chart audits will demonstrate early measurement of patient temperature and appropriate management of hypothermia. Quality audits will... View
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Fast Tracking Surgery: The ERAS Protocol RNs will increase confidence in the their ability in provide education to the postop patient and to reinforce the information that was provided preop View
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8th Annual Infection Prevention Symposium Learners will adjust their practice based on knowledge gained, will apply new methods and prevention strategies, creating safe passage for the patients in their care View
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Trauma in the Elderly Nurses will have knowledge of age-related risk factors, potential complications, indications for admission, and indications for palliative care for elderly patients with traumatic injuries. This will enhance the nurse’s ability to provide high quality patient-centered care for elderly trauma patients. View
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Care of the Sexual Assault Patient - October 19, 2017 Temple Nurses will have knowledge of nursing care priorities, forensic evidence collection, & medical management of patients who have been sexually assaulted. This will enhanced the nurse’s ability to provide high quality patient-centered care for this highly vulnerable population. View
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Care of the Sexual Assault Patient - October 17, 2017 Dallas Nurses will have knowledge of nursing care priorities, forensic evidence collection, & medical management of patients who have been sexually assaulted. This will enhanced the nurse's ability to provide high quality patient-centered care for this highly vulnerable population. View