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  1. HHA/END - What the Home Health Aide Should Know About Type 2 Diabetes (1.5 HR)

    $17.95

    The home health aide will enhance her understanding of type 2 diabetes and the care of the client with the disease.

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  2. HHA/INF - Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick Injuries (1.0 HR)

    $11.95

    To enhance the participant’s knowledge of blood-borne pathogens and needlestick injuries so that they can be minimized or eliminated.

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  3. $11.95

    The home health care worker will better understand depression and how it affects the elderly.

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  4. $11.95

    To better understand the role and responsibilities of the home health aide.

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  5. $23.95

    The direct care home health aide will enhance her knowledge of COPD and the techniques needed to care for the individual who has this condition.

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  6. HHM/REG - Bloodborne Pathogens for Employers and Supervisors for Home Health (1.0 HR)

    $11.95

    To enhance the manager’s/supervisor’s knowledge of bloodborne pathogens and needlestick injuries so that they can be minimized or eliminated in the home care environment.

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  7. HHM/SAF - Musculoskeletal Disorders for Employers & Supervisors (1.0 HR)

    $11.95

    To raise the participant’s awareness of risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders in the home health care setting and how to prevent them. To provide managers/supervisors in the home health care setting with recommendations regarding training, equipment, and procedures that can be implemented to prevent clients and employees from developing musculoskeletal injuries.

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  8. $11.95

    To increase the participant’s understanding of latex allergy.

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  9. HHP/REG - Home Health Patient Rights and Advance Directives (1.0 HR)

    $11.95

    Patients have rights that health care providers are required to follow. These rights ensure that all patients are given choices, have the rights to refuse services or care, understand treatments, and receive quality care. This course is designed to give an overview of patient rights following the federal model patient bill of rights that are a condition of participation in Medicare and Medicaid. If the patient lacks decision-making ability or is legally incompetent, a designated surrogate, family member, or guardian can exercise the patient’s rights on their behalf. You will learn about various types of advance directives, which are legal documents that detail a patient’s health care preferences and end-of-life decisions.

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  10. $11.95

    To increase the participant’s awareness of occupational hazards that can occur in the home health care setting and measures that can be taken to prevent injury should hazards occur. Hazards addressed include occupational stress; workplace violence infectious diseases; and exposure to unsanitary work conditions, environmental temperature extremes, travel risks, falls, and chemical hazards.

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