Staff Education


Required CEU’s
Med Tech Food Handlers Blood Born Pathigons CPR AED
List of Additional CEU’s
A
Accurate and legal documentation Acute stroke and brain management
ADL Adverse incident report
Age Specific Guidelines Alzheimer1&2
Alzheimer’s Disease: Managing Fluids, Nutrition & Incontinence Assistance with medication
B
Bacterial Food born pathogens Bipolar Disorder
Borderline personality disorder 1 Brain Attack and Acute Stroke Management
C
C.D.I.F Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic renal failure Clostridium Difficile: A Growing Problem 
Communication with cognitively impaired client Cultural competence in health care
D
Depression: Major Depressive Episode Diabetes Mellitus: Type 1&2
Difficult and challenging Residents Domestic Violence
DNRO (Do Not Resuscitate Orders) – (Respected by Bayshore Staff) Drug Diversion and Best Prescriptive Practices
E
Elder Abuse and Neglect Employee work place safety
End of life  
H
Heart Failure Heat failure
Hepatitis A, B, C, D, E and F HIV
I
Including hospice Influenza
Infection control IS346 Hazardous Materials for Healthcare Workers
L
Legal: HIPAA / Cobra and Patients Rights
M
Major incident and emergency reports Mandatory Reporter
Medical record documentation MRSA
The Next MRSA VRSA
N
Narcotic Drugs: Handling and Documentation
O
OSHA
P
Pain management Pandemic influenza
Pain management symptoms Parkinson’s Disease
Post traumatic stress symptoms Prevention of medical and medication errors
Preventing health care associated pneumonia  
R
Resident Rights Resident Abuse
Risk Fall Management
S
Safe handling of hazardous drug Safety concern n in caring for client
Schizophrenia Sexual Harassment in Healthcare Zero Tolerance
Sleep Apnea


Acute stroke and brain management:[Back]

Describes the various types of brain attacks and the most recent information regarding the management of these patients.



Accurate and legal documentation: [Back]

The purpose of this program is to ensure that Certified Nursing Assistants stay within their scope of practice, and to be aware of ethics. 

We discuss the CNA role in long term and home health care, florida statutes/scope of practice, standards of care, scope of practice, define ethics, buse, neglect, abandonment, legal documentation


Adverse incident report: [Back]

Refferences http://ahca.myflorida.com/mchq/long_term_care/Assisted_living/alf_advincd_info.shtml


AED (Automated External Defibrillator ): [Back]

CPR/AED certification. The purpose of this course is to prepare Care Giver to use an automatic external defibrillator (AED).


ADL (Activities of daily living): [Back]


Alzheimer 1 & 2: [Back]

This continuing education course is intended increase the knowledge and skills of those who are called upon to care for people with Alzheimer’s disease. This course contains a significant amount of information that pertains to necessary care by physicians, nurses, behavioral health professionals, caregivers, and other healthcare professionals. It also includes relevant information for all members of the interdisciplinary team to utilize when ensuring the follow-up and care of patients with Alzheimer’s disease. In order to support the interdisciplinary team approach, the course includes an appendix with specific nursing and caregiver interventions as well as information about special care facilities.


Assistance with medication:[Back]

This course provides basic information to the nursing assistant to enable them to pass oral medications in a controlled healthcare setting


Bacterial food born pathogens: [Back]

Updated information covering the history, trends, treatement and outcomes of the top foodborne bacterial pathogens.


Blood born pathogens: [Back]

Workers in many different occupations are at risk of exposure to blood borne pathogens, including Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV/AIDS. This exposure may be through needlesticks, sharps injuries, mucous membranes, and skin exposures. First aid team members, housekeeping personnel in some settings, and nurses are examples of workers who may be at risk of exposure. Workers and employers are urged to take advantage of available engineering controls and work practices to prevent exposure to blood and other body fluids.


Borderline Personality Disorder: [Back]

Covered the latest trends and developments including symptoms, causes, treatments and co-morbid conditions of Borderline Personality Disorder.


C.D.I.F: [Back]

The purpose of this course is to define Clostridium difficile and explain the different strains, risk factors, spread, symptoms, complications, diagnostic procedures, treatments, and methods to
 prevent spread of infection.

Clostridium difficile (klos-TRID-e-uhm dif-uh-SEEL), often called C. difficile or C. diff, is a bacterium that can cause symptoms ranging from diarrhea to  life-threatening inflammation of the colon. Illness from C. difficile most commonly affects older adults in hospitals or in long term care facilities and typically occurs after use of antibiotic medications.  In recent years, C. difficile infections have become more frequent,  more severe and more difficult to treat. Each year, tens of thousands of people in the United States get sick from C. difficile.


Cultural Competence in Healthcare: [Back]

Provides the healthcare worker with the knowledge and resources they need to deal with the ever-changing patient population


Communication with cognitively impaired client: [Back]

The purpose of this course is to assist the nurse or clinician in the enhancement of communication skills that will be useful in working with cognitively impaired patients.


Chronic Renal Failure: [Back]

The latest information in understanding and managing of the patient with Chronic Renal Failure.


Diabetes Mellitus: Type 1&2: [Back]

The purpose of this course is to define diabetes, explain the differences among type 1, pre-diabetes, and type 2, and describe symptoms, complications, and treatments.


Difficult and Challenging Residents: [Back]

Introduces the healthcare provider to identify the reasons for patient behavior; examine their own feelings regarding patient behaviors and identify measures to cope with patient behaviors.


Domestic Violence: [Back]

Domestic violence continues to be a prevalent problem in the United States today. Because of the number of individuals affected, it is likely that most healthcare professionals will encounter patients in their practice who are victims. Accordingly, it is essential that healthcare professionals are taught to recognize and accurately interpret behaviors associated with domestic violence. It is incumbent upon the healthcare professional to establish and implement protocols for early identification of domestic violence victims and their abusers. In order to prevent domestic violence and promote the well-being of their patients, healthcare professionals in all settings must take the initiative to properly assess all women for abuse during each visit and, for those women who are or may be victims, to offer education, counseling, and referral information.


End of Life including Hospice: [Back]

Covers the normal physiologic processes related to end of life care including comfort treatments, rationale and information for the family of the patient.


Employee work place safety: [Back]

This course will provide an overview of the different types of workplace violence, risk factors, emotional, social, and behavioral ramifications of workplace violence, and specific interventions and policies that have been implemented by organizations to address workplace violence and enhance practitioners’ safety.


Food Handlers Certification [Back]

The purpose of this course is to expose the food handler to Important Food Safety concepts. This course is not intended to train microbiologists or sanitarians, but to instill a basic understanding and to create sensitivity and awareness toward critical food safety concepts (e.g. hand washing, cross-contamination, temperature control, etc).  This is a basic concepts course and should not be confused with the Manager’s Course that is required for the ‘Person In Charge’ in many states. If you have questions about what course is required for your jurisdiction and job classification, we recommend you contact your local Environmental Health department. They are also a good resource for information surrounding your unique food handling and preparation situation.

FLORIDA Policy

Florida requires the person in charge to demonstrate food safety competency as described in the Food Code. Florida requires all food service employees to be trained on proper food handling and hygiene practices every three years. Check with your local Environmental Health department to determine what training is required for your job and jurisdiction.


Heart Failure: [Back]

The purpose of this course is to describe the causes of chronic heart failure, the different types and classification systems, the symptoms of right ventricular failure and left ventricular failure, compensatory mechanisms, treatment and medications as well as symptoms and treatment of acute heart failure.


Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E and Complications: [Back]

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the course of infection and treatment options for hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E and to outline the primary complications. Liver failure is a primary cause of mortality and morbidity in the United States. Chronic Viral Hepatitis is the leading cause of liver failure in this country and throughout the world. Six separate viral species, some with numerous subspecies, have been designated as the Hepatitis viruses and are identified by the letters A, B, C, D, E, and G. Some of these viruses are associated with only acute liver disease while others are more commonly identified as causes of chronic liver disease. The purpose of this learning activity is to review liver function, identify diagnostic tests of liver function and liver disease, describe basic concepts of viral infections, and present the etiology, clinical presentation, and treatment of illness associated with each of the hepatitis viruses. Because chronic viral hepatitis is the predisposing condition most often necessitating liver transplantation, this treatment modality is also discussed. Case studies exemplifying viral hepatitis are reviewed in order to facilitate application of information to clinical situations.


HIV/AIDS, Clinical Concerns in (Florida): [Back]

This course provides the caregiver with a comprehensive introduction and review of HIV/AIDS, and the latest information on risk populations, new testing recommendations and the analysis of current health concerns related to HIV and AIDS.  To be effective and provide compassionate care, adequate and up-to-date information about transmission, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care of HIV-infected individuals must be obtained by all healthcare professionals. They must feel comfortable with this knowledge in order to provide care, educate patients and others, and fulfill their professional obligations without undue fear or anxiety


Includance hospice: [Back

Meets requirements for Hospice and End of Life Care for Various States. Covers the normal physiologic processes related to end of life care including comfort treatments, rationale and information for the family of the patient.


Infection Control: [Back]

The latest information on Infection Control and OSHA for the healthcare provider.  Healthcare professionals have the responsibility to adhere to scientifically accepted principles and practices of infection control in all healthcare settings and to oversee and monitor those medical and ancillary personnel for whom the professional is responsible. This course provides the information necessary for healthcare professionals to monitor, control, and prevent infection in healthcare settings.


Influenza: [Back]

Defines the symptoms, treatment, prevention and complications in all aspects of Influenza. This course will explore the history of influenza, symptoms, communicability, care of the patient, the makeup of the virus, avian and swine types of flu, vaccine issues, and pandemic planning. Reproducible patient education materials will be included. The vital roles of the healthcare professional and community involvement will be stressed.


Major incident and emergency reports: [Back]

Refferences http://ahca.myflorida.com/mchq/long_term_care/Assisted_living/alf_advincd_info.shtml


Medical Record Documentation and Legal Aspects: [Back]

Accurate Documentation is very important and legally the responsibility of the healthcare team. This covers the legal aspects of documentation


Med-Tech Certification [Back]

Assistance with Medication in an Assisted Living Facility Course 4 hour Continuing Education Units for CNA’s 

This course provides students with the necessary knowledge to safely administer medications in an Assisted Living Facility. The six rights of medication administration and the regulations concerning prescription medications are taught. Upon successful completion of the course students receive a Certificate of Completion recognized by Assisted Living Facilities in the State of Florida.


MRSA: [Back]

Multidrug-resistant organisms, including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin-resistant enterococci and certain gram-negative bacilli have important infection control implications that either have not been addressed or received only limited consideration in previous isolation guidelines. This course covers the specific information in the latest documention as published by the CDC.


OSHA PPE: [Back]

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is any type of face mask, glove, or clothing that acts as a barrier between infectious materials and the skin, mouth, nose, or eyes (mucous membranes). When used properly, personal protective equipment can help prevent the spread of infection from one person to another.

During a flu outbreak, government agencies may recommend that you protect yourself from infection by using a face mask, N95 respirator, or other type of equipment. The information on this Web site will help you learn the difference between facemasks and respirators and will give you information about how to use these and other type of personal protective equipment.


Pain Management: [Back]

Study the relationship between migrane pain and MS, review of financial analysis of ER admissions for chronic pain along with several other reviews Because pain is frequently encountered in the palliative and hospice care environments, a knowledge of appropriate diagnosis and alleviation is vital to all members of the interdisciplinary team. A comprehensive discussion of these topics will provide the knowledge base necessary for all members of the interdisciplinary team to better understand the varied needs of their patients during the end-of-life period and to be better equipped to address those needs.


Pain Management Symptoms: [Back]

Discuss alternative treatments of breakthrough pain in cancer pain patients along with other current trends in the area of pain management and its nature, sources, assessment, interventions, documentation, ethical and legal issues, and effects upon various groups of people.


Pandemic influenza: [Back]

Latest information from the CDC on Pandemic Flu with symptoms and suggested treatment.  A pandemic is a global disease outbreak. An influenza pandemic occurs when a new influenza virus emerges for which there is little or no immunity in the human population; begins to cause serious illness; and then spreads easily person-to-person worldwide. A worldwide influenza pandemic could have a major effect on the global economy, including travel, trade, tourism, food, consumption and eventually, investment and financial markets. Planning for pandemic influenza by business and industry is essential to minimize a pandemic’s impact.


Post Traumatic Stress Symptoms: [Back]

Defines the symptoms, signs, treatment, risk factors and details about PTSD.


Preventing Health Care Associated Pneumonia: [Back]

CDC Guidelines for Preventing Health-Care–Associated Pneumonia, 2003


Prevention of Medical Errors and Medication Errors (Florida): [Back

Covers issues related to medical errors and patient safety concerns, including regulations, causes of errors, root cause analysis, types of errors, and methods to avoid errors. Applies to Florida.


Resident Rights: [Back

By the end of this educational encounter, the clinician will be able to: Identify basic resident rights, Relate how resident rights impact daily nursing practice and Apply principles of resident rights to personal nursing practice 

In a rapidly changing healthcare environment, clinical healthcare professionals face difficult choices concerning what is best for their patients. In some cases, these choices become enmeshed in ethical dilemmas; additionally, what patients choose for themselves may not be in unison with what the family or physicians believe should be done.  Even between seemingly similar individuals, value systems may prove to be radically different.This course will assist healthcare professionals define the predominant ethical theories and principles used in health care, determine any legal and regulatory implications, and in collaboration with their colleagues and patients/clients, make effective decisions that determine the appropriate course of treatment or refusal of such, for and with those for whom they care.


Resident abuse: [Back

The purpose of this course is to describe the incidence of Resident abuse in the United States, the different types of abuse, clinical and behavioral manifestations, and reporting requirements. According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, it is estimated that between 1 and 2 million Americans older than 65 years of age have been the victims of abuse. There are some studies that indicate that females are more likely to be victims of elder abuse. Other demographic factors that contribute to risk include unmarried status and non-white ethnic origin. Consequently, practitioners will need to become more culturally aware and sensitive to the cultural norms, belief systems, and needs of culturally diverse patients in order to provide culturally relevant services and interventions. In other words, it is inevitable that we talk about cultural competency. There has been a growing interest in the perceptions of elder abuse among ethnic minority populations. This reflects a recognition that culture, race, and ethnicity can influence what constitutes elder abuse, particularly because definitions of elder abuse reflect a white, middle-class perspective. This course will outline the impact of culture, race, and ethnicity on elder abuse and help seeking patters for abuse and provide tools for identifying and intervening in cases of elder abuse.


Risk Fall Management: [Back]

Healthcare professionals are an integral part of the transport system, stabilizing patients prior to transport, providing care in transport and ensuring the safety of the patient throughout the transport process. This course will provide information on the types of transport available, transport physiology (those stressors that impact the patient in transport), transport regulations, stabilization for transport, care in transport, and the general principles of transporting patients, including both safety and medical-legal issues. All healthcare professionals involved in caring for sick or injured patients must be aware of all of these concepts in order to provide optimal care.


Safe Food Handling: [Back]

Food borne illnesses are associated with significant morbidity and mortality and high financial costs. Each year, approximately 76 million cases of foodborne illness occur in the United States, resulting in more than 325,000 hospitalizations and 5,000 deaths annually.  The estimated economic burden is $6 billion each year through healthcare costs and lost productivity.  In addition to isolated cases, 6,647 outbreaks of foodborne illness were reported through the Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System between 1998 and 2002.  Education campaigns and patient education strategies will be discussed in order to support efforts to prevent foodborne illness. In addition, the reporting process for foodborne illnesses will be described.


Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs: [Back

Provides healthcare workers in the precautionary measures in preparing, administering, and caring for all patients receiving hazardous drugs. 


Safety concern n in caring for client: [Back

Because pain is frequently encountered in the palliative and hospice care environments, a knowledge of appropriate diagnosis and alleviation is vital to all members of the interdisciplinary team. A comprehensive discussion of these topics will provide the knowledge base necessary for all members of the interdisciplinary team to better understand the varied needs of their patients during the end-of-life period and to be better equipped to address those needs.


Sleep Apnea: [Back

The purpose of this course is to provide the nurse with an understanding of the different types of sleep apnea, the causes, the symptoms, the diagnostic procedures, and the treatment options.


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