Courses for School Healthcare Workers
Bloodborne Pathogens for Healthcare Workers
This course contains information for Healthcare Workers on bloodborne pathogens, exposures and control plans, labeling and sharps records.
Concussions: Heads Up to Healthcare Providers
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head, or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. Even if its symptoms appear mild, a concussion can significantly impair someone’s ability to function physically, cognitively and psychologically. Fortunately, appropriate diagnosis, management, referral and education can help a concussed student achieve optimal recovery and avoid significant sequela. That’s where you — and this course — come in. This course will direct you to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) training titled “Heads Up to Healthcare Providers.” Before you can take that training, however, you must register with the CDC. The process for doing so is straightforward, and this course will guide you accordingly.
This course contains information on latex allergies, including signs and symptoms, managing the risks and responding to a severe reaction to latex.
Personal Protective Equipment for Healthcare Workers
This course contains information for healthcare workers on personal protective equipment, including types, limitations and requirements. It also details how to maintain and dispose of personal protective equipment (PPE).
School Nurse – Roles and Responsibilities in the School Setting
This course is designed to provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities of a nurse in serving all students in the school environment, in addition to addressing specific roles for working with students with disabilities.
TB Protection for Healthcare Workers
This course provides information on TB infection and TB disease, including testing, and risk and control measures for healthcare workers.
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