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NDNQI Pressure Ulcer Training - This training is for Staff Nurses and Respiratory Therapists.  After each module, you will receive a certificate of completion.  You must submit a certificate of completion to your Director for both Modules 1 and 2.  It is recommended that you complete Modules 3 and 4 on your own.  If you complete all 4 modules, you can earn 1.5 CEs.  A CE certificate will be available to you upon completion of all 4 modules.  Please make sure you have the capability of printing your certificate at the completion of the program; the website does not save certificates to be printed at a later date. 

 

Basic EKG Refresher - This refresher is recommended for nurses who want to brush up on their basic EKG strip interpretation skills.  Especially helpful as a review prior to taking the Advanced EKG Course.  Topics include cardiac anatomy & physiology, normal electrical conduction, sinus rhythms, atrial rhythms, and ventricular rhythms. 

Advanced EKG Refresher- This refresher is recommended for nurses who want to brush up on their advanced EKG strip interpretation skills.  Topics include junctional rhythms, heart blocks, paced rhythms, principles of pacing, and common cardiac emergencies.

LGBT Training -   Free Continuing Medical Education on Training in LGBT Patient-Centered Care

As a participant in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Annual Health Care Equality Index, over 50 Different online, on-demand CME accredited LGBT training options are free to UTMC staff. Help UTMC continue to be a leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality and maintain our commitment to quality patient care, diversity , and inclusion. Training has been made available through HEI-and has free CMEs upon successful competion of online training. Visit secure.thecal.org/HRC to create an account and register for training. Facility ID: 56045 Security Code: HRC

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 6/18/18