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  • ED Triage Essentials (ESI)

    • ED Triage Essentials - $59.00

    ESI Triage Training - for ED Nurses - 3 hours. Today's ED Triage Nurse serves a critical role in the Emergency Department. This important class teaches those critical ED patient triage and ED management skills needed to be effective in this hectic and demanding environment. Learn at your own pace, with new, enhanced content. Great for nurses new to triage, and an excellent refresher for experienced ED nurses.

  • Domestic Violence

    • Domestic Violence - $39.00

    For all Emergency Department Clinicians - 2 hours. Domestic Violence is prevalent in our society and essential for all emergency department clinicians to recognize. This class provides the training necessary to properly screen and assess for domestic or intimate partner violence.  Emphasis is placed on state regulation, patient privacy issues, HIPAA and interface with law enforcement. Our course allows you to learn at your own pace, with new, enhanced content and extensive enrichment resources. The Domestic Violence class is recommended for ALL ED nurses and emergency physicians.

  • EMTALA Update

    • EMTALA - 2020 Update - $109.00

    For Physicians - 1.5 hours. EMTALA Update Class - This 2020 Update reviews the basics of EMTALA and then addresses the RECENT CHANGES changes in these important Federal Regulations. It is perfect for those personnel who have familiarity with EMTALA and want to focus on WHAT'S NEW in the law. This course provides the latest information needed to navigate the evolving regulatory minefield that is EMTALA. Emphasis is placed on recent regulatory changes, including the CMS Covid-19 Waiver. This EMTALA Training Class is recommended for ED physicians and key hospital administrative staff.

  • ED Workplace Violence

    • Workplace Violence - $59.00

    ED Workplace Violence - for Nurses (1.5 hours) - ED staff regularly experience workplace violence from patients and visitors. OSHA, The Joint Commission, the Emergency Nurses Association, as well as other bodies have encouraged healthcare institutions to focus on a safe work environment. This course will review the rate of violence in the ED, discuss the issue of workplace violence, and provide practical strategies that mitigate the risk of harm to staff.

  • Effective ED Hand-Offs

      COMING SOON! For Hospitalists, Emergency Physicians, PA's and NP's - 3 hours. This is a new class devoted to promoting Effective ED Hand-Offs or transitions of care in the hospital, focusing on the high-risk transfer from the Emergency Department to the Inpatient Hospitalist. The class provides the training necessary to provide Effective ED Hand-Offs and improve patient safety!

    • Basic Dysrhythmias

        COMING SOON! For Nurses - Paramedics - PAs / NPs - Physicians - 2 hours. Learn how to interpret EKG rhythm strips in this fast-paced, exciting class. It is designed for beginners and covers all of the basic concepts with helpful tips!  Also helpful as a refresher to cement key concepts.  We cover all of the major dysrhythmias that are commonly seen on an EKG. 

      • 12-Lead EKGs & More

          COMING SOON! This class provides basic training in interpreting 12-Lead EKGs.  It is designed for beginners just learning EKGs or for reinforcement of basic concepts.  We also cover some of the major dysrhythmias that are commonly seen on an EKG.  It is appropriate for nurses, physicians and paramedics.

        • ED Service Excellence - Patient Satisfaction

            COMING SOON! Patient Experience Training for all ED and ancillary staff. Learn the essential patient relations skills which will create customers for life and make your Emergency Department the facility of choice in the region. ED Service Excellence takes the patient's experience from door to discharge and challenges your entire staff to excel. We focus on understanding and managing patient expectations, customer service, staff teamwork, effective scripting and service recovery in the emergency room.

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          It was just great. She did a wonderful job. The staff is excited. You guys have been great to work with.
          Director of Emergency Services - Idaho
          The class was great, presenter had great energy and a breadth of knowledge. It was fun and exciting because we could tell that the presenter was passionate about her work.
          RN - New Jersey
          I would recommend this type of seminar at orientation.
          RN - New Hampshire
          Very applicable to everyday work.
          RN - Texas
          They gave an awesome class and I was proud to see that basically it was a refresher for my nurses. The patient satisfaction piece was very helpful. The script phrases were great. I appreciate your services!
          Director, Emergency Services - Missouri
          Gina was a wonderful teacher. I had no difficulty in getting the course set up. Excellent communication made everything go smoothly.
          ED Nurse Manager - Princeton, New Jersey
          This was one of the very best workshops I have ever attended.
          RN - New York
          The instructor was amazing. She is very energetic and presented the material in a fun and relatable manner.
          RN - New York
          This is how it should be.
          RN - California
          I recently attended a similar class at the ENA meeting. Yours was much better!
          RN - New Hampshire