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Specialty nursing curriculums available for organizations to purchase for department use.
Email Denise Rismeyer for additional information.

Perianesthesia Nursing Curriculum

Thirteen self-directed learning modules based on the ASPAN Scope and Standards of Practice. Topics include pre-anesthesia care, airway management, patient assessment, moderate sedation, anesthesia medications, fluid management, pain and comfort measures, nausea and vomiting, common emergencies, patient education, and discharge readiness.
Offers ANCC contact hours.

TSAM® Orientation Materials Product Package

*Prerequisite-organization must have nurses who have completed the TSAM® Essentials Course Series to learn the TSAM® model*

Includes orientation records, resource time checklists, experience trackers, learning activities, and toolkit templates for the following practice settings: general care inpatient, critical care, emergency department, ambulatory, outpatient procedural, surgical services, and obstetrics/labor & delivery/special care nursery.

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Basics of ECG Interpretation

This is a beginner overview of ECG rhythm interpretation for cardiac monitoring. Conducted livestream with an expert instructor and includes hands on practice time with learner assignments.

Each learner receives a set of digital calipers and the "Basic ECG Redbook" a comprehensive workbook. Offers ANCC contact hours. Course scheduled six times per year.

Advanced ECG Interpretation

Nine self-directed modules for recognizing normal and subsequent changes on a 12-lead ECG associated with ischemia, injury, infarction, bundle branch blocks, and hypertrophy. Also includes recognition of axis deviation along with differentiation of ectopy from aberrancy, assessment of QT intervals, and clinical significance. Emphasis is placed on the pathophysiology of these changes, clinical presentation, and interventions for all. Offers ANCC contact hours.

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Foundations of Critical Care Nursing Level I

Curriculum providing basic knowledge for entry into telemetry, progressive, and critical care nursing. Includes medication therapy, renal concepts, fluid & electrolyte management, initial cardiac concepts, delirium, and emergency response.

Foundations of Critical Care Nursing Level II

Curriculum providing basic knowledge for entry into critical care nursing. Includes mechanical ventilation, ARDS, neurology with neuro-muscular blockades, cardiac concepts, sepsis, hemodynamic pharmacology, endocrine concepts, invasive line monitoring, and putting it all together.