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End of Life - Providing Comfort and Care
In the allied health profession, end-of-life care refers not only to a patients' final hours or days but more broadly to the attention needed for their indiviual and family needs. This program focuses on palliative care of individuals and their…
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
More commonly known as OCD, this is one of the most prevalent psychiatric disorders. We explore some of the strange and ritualistic behaviors associated with this disorder and the resulting adverse affects.
Caregiver Proficiency: Alzheimer's Disease - Alzheimer's Disease Patient; Care A to Z
Join us as we discuss the stages of Alzheimer's Disease and the modifications that can be made in the home to help these patients. These tips, tricks, and techniques help the caregivers and patients alike.
Cultural Diversity & Healthcare Competency - Bringing the World Together
This Homemaker / Companion Series is used by Goodwill Industries to train underserved individuals with the skills necessary to work effectively in their communities.This program in the series will teach the learner how to care for a diverse clientele by…
Assisting the Patient With Self-Administration of Medication Alf - Technical & Safety Tool Kit for Caregiver
This toolkit offers healthcare workers all the essensial tools needed to assist patients with medication administration. The film demonstrates both the tools and technique required for medication administration.The goal of this program is to promote safe drug administration by medical…
Cultural Diversity in the Workplace - Sensitivity in a Trump Era
Knowing how to serve people with different values, health beliefs, and alternative perspectives about health and wellness is a must in healthcare today. Join us for practical and effective methods of recognizing and dealing with the special needs of different…
Wound Management and Staging Pressure Areas
This best selling program explores pressure areas that can develop in any setting. It becomes a vital part of every healthcare provider's daily care to know what a pressure area is, how it can happens and how to prevent it.
Blood-borne Pathogens: HIV/AIDS/OSHA - Protecting Yourself
As a worldwide epidemic HIV attacks the immune system which is our bodies natural defense against illness. Viewers will learn basic information including epidemiology, pathophysoiology, risk behaviors, opportunistic disease and diagnostic tests. CE credits available.
Osha Standards: Blood-Borne Pathogens
Healthcare professional put themselves in high risk situtation daily.This program will discuss transmission, prevention and treatment modalities related to blood-borne pathogens and how to protect yourself. We explore infection control and procedures for care that comply with OSHA standards.
Infection Control in the Home Setting
As healthcare workers we are the frontline of infection control.Clean, Cost, and Common sense! We address specific responsibilities, including assessment of the home and hygiene to prevent the spread of infection.
Client Relations: Effective Communication Skills - Keys to Better Patient Communication
Providing effective cummunication with patients and families ensures a trusting relationship and a better patient experience.
Alzheimer's Disease: Is It Delirium or Dementia
Determining mental illness is often a challenging task for healthcare workers. This film offers both fascinating and successful methods for dealing with residents who have altered mental status.
Infection Control in the Long Term Care Facility
In this program, we discuss why long term care residents are highly susceptible to infection. We will also examine common infections that occur in Long Term Care facilities and how to prevent them.
Breast Cancer: A Woman's Dilemma
CAUTION:Includes Nudity This International Award Winning title is a must see for women everywhere. The key to breast cancer prevention is awareness, education and early detection. This program provides valuable information about cancer detection and treatment.
Bio-Terrorism - Viruses that Kill
Can The Centers for Disease Control protect you? The CDC has identified particular viruses as high-priority agents for bio-terrorism. This program identifies and explores those agents.
Developmental Care: Neonates & Infants - Newborn Care, Feeding, Sleep & Development Tips
Every parent wants to do as much as possible right when it comes to their precious newborn. Put your fears aside and get the basics here. Knowing how to provide care in an age specific manner is an important part…
Safety in the Workplace - A Guide for Healthcare Workers
How can healthcare workers minimize work related injuries? This program will demonstrate lateral transfers/re-positioning, lifting, ambulating, bath-tub-shower and toileting activities, lifting from the floor, and more.
Specific and Social Phobias
Many people suffer from phobias.Join us as we explore some of the avoidant and reactive behaviors surrounding phobias and the use of exposure therapy, relaxation and medication.
Promoting Mobility in Healthcare: Transfer Techniques
This best-selling program focuses on safe transfer techniques. It will demonstrate the use of good body mechanics by healthcare assistants and the correct use of assistive devices frequently used to promote mobility.
Panic Disorders and Agoraphobia
PANIC ATTACKS! Often misunderstood, panic disorders are a very real problem for many individuals. Learn how panic disorder can be confused with other conditions & explore its relationship in the development of agoraphobia. In this program we discuss the symptoms…