In the past 6 weeks, 650 (of which 222 in the UK and 216 in the US) probable cases of acute hepatitis of unknown etiology in children have been reported to WHO. Some of these cases are more clinically severe and a higher proportion develops acute liver failure (38 cases requiring transplant) compared with previous reports of acute hepatitis of unknown etiology in children.
Advancing a Culture of Excellence Through Shared Decision-Making: Reimagining Collaborative Governance Initiative
This educational video will review the benefits, principles, structures of shared decision-making and describe to move decision-making closer to the point-of-service and maximize relationships while decreasing variability and establishing value.Release Date:August 2022Expiration Date:August 2025Estimated Duration of Course:1 hour
- AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Monkeypox virus is an orthopoxvirus that causes a disease with symptoms similar, but less severe, to smallpox. While smallpox was eradicated in 1980, Monkeypox continues to occur in countries of central and west Africa. Two distinct clades are identified: the west African clade and the Congo Basin clade, also known as the central African clade. Monkeypox is a zoonosis: a disease that is transmitted from animals to humans. Cases are often found close to tropical rainforests where there are animals that carry the virus.
This training will cover the core competencies regarding the current experiences, needs, and identities of LGBTQ+ people and communities. Our training offers an interactive, non-judgmental space in which participants can ask honest questions and unlearn some of the societal myths we are taught about LGBTQ+ people.
This course will offer present information on The Radiation Injury Treatment Network (RITN) and provide the healthcare team education on patient management in the event of a radiation related disaster. The course includes discussion on the basics of Acute Radiation Syndrome and the healthcare teams' role as a participating hospital.Release Date:October 2022Expiration Date:October 2025Estimated Duration of Course:1 hour
There has been a huge increase in the number of IEC therapies and modalities over the last 2 years. Staff caring for these patients, including RNs and APPs, need a better understanding and knowledge base of how to care for and support this population.Release Date:February 2022Expiration Date:February 2025Estimated Duration of Course:2 hours and 30 minutes
This program will discuss hemodynamics, hemodynamic monitoring, and pulmonary artery catheters.Release Date:November 2022Expiration Date:November 2025Estimated Duration of Course:1 hourThis offering carries a certificate of completion. No contact hours will be awarded at this time.
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- Women's Health
Women with spinal cord injury (SCI) face barriers to health care that may lead to medical conditions going unrecognized or untreated due to attitudinal, environmental, economic, and informational barriers as they navigate the health care system. This educational course will help providers who serve women with SCI build capacity to provide optimal care for women with SCI by reviewing important aspects of primary and specialty care for women with SCI, including:
The goal of this activity is to provide learners with a better understanding of immune mechanisms related to the pathogenesis of autoimmunity and rheumatoid arthritis. This module incorporates clinical scenarios and immunologic basic principles. In the module, learners acquire basic science knowledge, and then apply their understanding of JAK-kinase inhibition to the clinical management of patients. There is no fee for the online module. We will provide collective feedback on module questions as value added to your participation.