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255 Environmental Services - An Orientation to Healthcare
266 Special Caring - Managing the person with Alzheimer's disease
271 Food Handling - An Orientation
277 Resident's Rights
281 Moving, Lifting, and Transfer Techniques
286 Exercises for Seniors
287 Activities of Daily Living
288 Hazard Communication Standard
291 Range of Motion
293 Electrical Safety
301 Fire Safety and Evacuation Carries
302 Oxygen Safety
305 Hand washing
308 Infection Prevention & Control
321 Tuberculoses for Long-Term Care Facilities
323 Wound Care and Prevention
377 Step-by-Step, Dealing with Cancer
431 Emergency and Disaster Preparedness
440 Nutrition - Basics of Healthy Eating
450 Bloodborne Pathogens

Lecture Series Videos
L1 Ethical Issues
L2 Diabetic Issues
L3 Spinal Cord Injuries
L4 Respiratory Disease Review
L5 Physiological Changes that Occur with Aging
L6 Basic Principles of Geriatric Care
L7 Cardiac Care
L8 Urinary Tract Infections

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252 Environmental Services - An Orientation to Healthcare
Designed for individuals working in the environmental services department of the healthcare facility. The program objectives include: identify the responsibilities of environmental services in the hospital setting; describe the components of a professional image; define and discuss the importance of patient confidentiality; define the term standard precautions and discuss how it relates to daily routines; define the term isolation precautions and discuss how it relates to daily routines; state the importance of hand washing and list the situations where hand washing is indicated; demonstrate the proper hand washing technique; and discuss the importance of MSDS. Identify the general guidelines for: cleaning patients rooms, floors, bathroom, handling infectious waste, and equipment maintenance.
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266 Special Caring - Managing the person with Alzheimer's disease
Special Caring offers a problem-solving approach to managing Alzheimer's disease. Taped on location at a special Alzheimer's care facility and in a family home, this program includes comments from both support staff and family caregivers.
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271 Food Handling - An Orientation
Includes information about bacteria growth; importance of personal hygiene; prevention of food contamination; maintaining safe temperature zones; and the difference between the concepts of clean and sanitary.
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277 Resident's Rights
Each employee has a responsibility regarding residents' rights. Comments from healthcare providers identify sensitive areas related to this topic. This is an excellent in-service training program to be used for compliance with federal regulations regarding employee education on residents' rights.
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281 Moving, Lifting, and Transfer Techniques
This is an excellent tool to help educate employees and avoid unnecessary injury. It emphasizes the use of proper body mechanics and demonstrates the following procedures: moving a resident in bed; positioning a resident in bed; transferring from bed to chair; ambulating a resident; and using a mechanical lift.
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286 Exercises for Seniors
Two certified exercise instructors lead a complete routine to music. This can be done standing or while sitting in a chair.
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287 Activities of Daily Living
This offers information on activities for daily living. The topic areas addressed include: communication principles tub bath; shower; bed; perineal care; decubiti prevention; mouth care; hair care; nail care; shaving; dressing and undressing; and feeding.
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288 Hazard Communication Standard
This video meets OSHA requirements and addresses the following topic areas: what is the Hazard Communication Standard? What information does each employee have the right to know? Labels - how to read container labels and what information can be found on them? Material Safety Data Sheet - what is an MSDS and what information is found on individual forms? The accompanying materials include a post-test.
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291 Range of Motion
In this program, a physical therapist demonstrates the actual procedure for complete range of motion and guidelines to help the caregiver completely understand the resident's instructions.
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293 Electrical Safety
Program topics include: Definition of electricity; two categories of electrical hazards; four basic components of electrical safety; process for assuring electrical equipment is safe for use in a healthcare facility; procedures to follow when using electrical equipment; signals that may warn of potential electrical problem; lock-out/tag-out procedures; definition of the Safe Medical Devices Act. The accompanying materials include a post-test.
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301 Fire Safety and Evacuation Carries
This video discusses fire safety procedures and demonstrates common evacuation carries. Objectives include: describe fire safety procedures based on RACE (Removal Alarm Contain Extinguish); list the steps to follow when there is a fire within your institution; discuss potential fire hazards found in healthcare facilities; demonstrate the proper procedure for using a fire extinguisher; demonstrate various methods to safely and quickly evacuate residents. The accompanying materials include a post-test.
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302 Oxygen Safety
Healthcare providers periodically need to review the basic principles of delivering oxygen therapy effectively and safely. This program is designed for all healthcare professionals who use oxygen in their daily routine. Topics addressed include: safety guidelines to follow when using a central oxygen supply system; procedures for preparing to use an oxygen cylinder; safety precautions for using an oxygen cylinder; procedures to avoid potential oxygen fire hazards. A demonstration of the following oxygen delivery devices: nasal cannula; simple face mask; venturi mask; face tent; partial rebreathing mask; non-rebreathing mask; oxygen tent; and selecting the best method for delivering oxygen. This video is an excellent introduction to oxygen safety. Individuals working in x-ray, emergency department, and other patient care areas will benefit from review of these oxygen safety guidelines. The accompanying materials include a post-test.
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305 Hand washing
It is important each employee recognize infections can be spread by their hands and why good, effective hand washing is essential to incorporate into their daily routine. This video concentrates on when hand washing is necessary and the proper technique of hand washing. The hand washing demonstration includes emphasis on: motions of friction; fingernails; jewelry; condition of the skin. The accompanying materials include a post-test.
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308 Infection Prevention & Control
This comprehensive infection control video was designed specifically for long-term care employees. It emphasizes the need for good, solid basics and includes the newest CDC isolation on Standard Precautions for blood borne pathogens.
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321 Tuberculoses for Long-Term Care Facilities
Addresses all required components for employee education on tuberculoses. Designed specifically for long-term care.
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323 Wound Care and Prevention
Many residents require assistance in maintaining good skin integrity. This educational video discusses ways to assist ambulatory and bedridden residents in avoiding skin breakdown. The following content areas are addressed: residents at risk of pressure ulcers; ways to prevent skin breakdown; stages of decubiti formation; available treatment options for residents who develop pressure ulcers.
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377 Step-by-Step, Dealing with Cancer
Emotional and psychological responses to the cancer patient.
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431 Emergency and Disaster Preparedness
A video designed to aid you and your personnel know what to look for in your home, so that you are prepared for the unexpected...whether it is a natural disaster, a medical emergency or just the unexpected need for help.
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440 Nutrition - Basics of Healthy Eating
After completing this video you should be able to list the five components of the Food Pyramid and the recommended daily servings of each; Identify three responsibilities of the Aide related to meal planning; list three food additives to avoid when shopping for food; discuss the healthy preparation of food; and describe the correct way to feed a dependent patient.
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450 Bloodborne Pathogens
Bloodborne diseases such as AIDs, hepatitis B infection make needlesticks and other exposures cause for concern if you work in healthcare. OSHA has issued a standard that, if followed, is designed to protect you. It details ways that you and your employer can work together to substantially reduce your risk of contracting a blood borne disease on the job.
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