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Bloodborne Pathogens, Infection Control

This CNA inservice provides information on bloodborne pathogens and infection control. This is a registered bloodborne pathogens and infection control course for Florida CNAs.
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How to Care for a Patient with Diabetes

This CNA inservice provides information on how to care for a patient with diabetes.
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Measuring and Recording Temperature, Pulse and Respirations

This CNA inservice provides information on reading and recording temperature, pulse and respiration.
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Caring for the Patient with a History of Alcohol Abuse

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with an alcohol abuse history.
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Urinary Catheter Care

This CNA inservice covers urinary catheter care including: (1) basic information about the anatomy and physiology of the urinary tract and urinary system; (2) concepts of prevention of infection and sterility, and; (3) specific techniques that are used to care for the patient who has a urinary catheter.
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Hypertension

This CNA inservice provides information on hypertension.
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Measuring and Recording Blood Pressure

This CNA inservice provides information on measuring and recording blood pressure.
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Pressure Sores

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with pressure sores.
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Medical Record Documentation and Legal Aspects Appropriate to Nursing Assistants

This CNA inservice provides information on Medical Records Documentation. Eligible medical records documentation course for Florida CNAs.
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Alzheimer's Disease

This CNA inservice provides information on Alzheimer's Disease.
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Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries

This CNA inservice provides information on Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries.
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Stroke

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with strokes.
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Communication with Cognitively Impaired Clients

This CNA inservice provides information on communicating with cognitively impaired clients. Eligible communication course for Florida CNAs.
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Coronary Artery Disease

This CNA inservice provides information on Coronary Artery Disease.
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Hepatitis A, B & C

This CNA inservice provides information on hepatitis A, B & C.
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Chronic Kidney Disease

This CNA inservice provides information on chronic kidney disease
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Pneumonia

This CNA inservice provides information on pneumonia.
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Sleep Disorders

This CNA inservice provides information on sleep disorders.
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Urinary Tract Infections

This CNA inservice provides information on urinary tract infections.
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Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome

This CNA inservice provides information on Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome.
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HIV/AIDS for CNAs

This CNA inservice provides information on HIV/AIDS. Eligible HIV-AIDS course for Florida CNAs.
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Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse for CNAs

This CNA inservice provides information on domestic violence and elder abuse. Eligible domestic violence course for Florida CNAs.
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Medical Error Prevention and Safety for CNAs

This CNA inservice provides information on Medical Errors relevant to CNAs. Eligible medical errors course for Florida CNAs.
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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

This CNA inservice provides information on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
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Colostomy Care

A colostomy is not very complicated to manage and many patients who have one can provide self-care. However, some patients, because of age, disability, or other limiting factors, cannot do routine colostomy care and this is an area of patient management that certified nursing assistants (CNAs) and Home Health Aides (HHAs) are often required to perform. Colostomy care is considered to be a basic skill that all CNAs and HHAs should know.
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Tuberculosis

This CNA inservice module will provide certified nursing assistants (CNAs) with basic information about the disease of tuberculosis and how it is treated. Transmission of tuberculosis, the different forms of the disease, how it is diagnosed, the signs and symptoms, and the basics of drug therapy will be discussed. The module will also discuss infection control procedures that are used for patients who have tuberculosis and CNA responsibilities of patient care as they relate to tuberculosis.
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Resident Rights in Nursing Homes

This course will provide CNAs with the definitions of the rights of nursing home residents and each of these rights will be discussed in detail. The module will also outline specific ways CNAs can make sure these rights are not violated. Finally, elder abuse will be discussed and some basic information on the state of nursing homes in the United States will be presented. This is an eligible resident rights course for Florida CNAs.
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The Aging Process

The population in the United States and many other countries is getting older and life expectancy is greater then ever before. The aging process is different for each of us, it affects everyone. Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) and other health care professionals will more and more be caring for people who are elderly. As a CNA, understanding the aging process will be a vital part of your knowledge base.
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Helping Clients With Self-Administration of Medications

This CNA inservice provides information on how to properly self-administer medications and also the information you need to evaluate whether or not your clients are capable of self-administering their medications and that they are doing so safely and accurately.
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Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is the second-most common cancer in men and women in the United States. Each year approximately 200,000 new cases of lung cancer are diagnosed and approximately 150,000 people who have lung cancer will die. Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are likely to care for people with lung cancer. This course provides CNAs with information on lung cancer.
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Parkinson's Disease

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with Parkinson's Disease.
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Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with seizures.
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Helping Patients with Personal Hygiene

This CNA inservice provides information on helping patients with personal hygiene.
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OSHA and Your Workplace

This CNA inservice provides information on OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. This course covers basic, OSHA-generated safety procedures that every nursing assistant should know.
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Methicillin-Resistant Staphyloccus Aureus Infections (MRSA)

This CNA inservice provides information on Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (a.k.a. MRSA)
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Arthritis

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with arthritis.
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Understanding Influenza

Influenza, which is commonly called the flu, is one of the most common infectious diseases. This course will review the transmission of influenza; the signs and symptoms of an influenza infection; special populations that are at risk for complications from influenza; the difference between a cold and the flu; techniques for preventing transmission of influenza, and; treatment for the flu.
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Prolonged and Complete Immobility: Complications and Care

The human body is designed to move, and physical activity is essential for our health. Without movement our bodies are susceptible to a wide variety of illnesses and pathologies that are directly caused by immobility. The human body thrives on movement and it suffers when movement is not possible. As a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), you will certainly be responsible for providing care to clients who are immobile and who are likely to be so for a long time. This module will discuss the causes and complications of prolonged, complete immobility, and the therapies used for preventing and treating complications of prolonged, complete immobility.
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Multiple Sclerosis

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with Multiple Sclerosis.
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How to Handle Basic Medical Emergencies

This CNA inservice provides information on how to handle basic medical emergencies.
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Client Safety: Preventing Falls and the Use of Restraints

This course is intended to provide CNAs with information about how, why, and to who falls happen. The module will also outline practical methods that can be used to prevent patient falls.
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Human Anatomy for CNAs

This course is intended to provide CNAs with information about the basic structure and organization of the organ systems of the human body.
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Asthma

This CNA inservice provides information on caring for patients with asthma.
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Nutrition Basics and Feeding the Patient

This course will provide CNAs basic information about nutrition, feeding a patient, and aspiration hazards and prevention.
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Physiology for CNAs

Physiology is defined as the study of the function of the organs and tissues of the body. Learning anatomy involves memorization but physiology requires a deeper understanding. In anatomy, we learn what things are. In physiology, we learn how they work.
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Understanding Cystic Fibrosis

This course is intended to provide certified nursing assistants (CNAs) with information about: the pathophysiology of cystic fibrosis; the signs and symptoms of the disease; treatment options, and; the basic process of care for someone who has the disease.
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Understanding Common Eye Diseases

This course is intended to provide CNAs with basic information about common eye diseases and instruct CNAs on how to provide assistance to someone who has impaired vision.
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Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder

This course is intended to provide Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) with: information about the causes of autism spectrum disorder; a description of the characteristics of the disorder; a review of some of the most commonly used therapies for the treatment of people who have autism spectrum disorder, and; basic information and tips on how to successfully care for someone who has autism spectrum disorder.
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Food Safety

This course will provide Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) with guidelines for the proper handling, preparation, and storage of food, and information about recognizing and treating food-borne illnesses.
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Isolation Precautions

This course will provide CNAs with the information they need to properly and efficiently use isolation precautions.
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How to Provide for and Respond to a Client’s Daily Living Needs (ADLs)

This module will provide CNAs and Health Aides with the information they need to make an assessment of a client’s daily needs and to help a client with her/his needs in the areas of personal hygiene, eating and nutrition, self-administration of medications, and safety.
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How to Safely Transport a Client

This course will provide CNAs with the information they need to safely and efficiently transport clients.
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HIPAA Rules and Regulations

This CNA inservice provides information on HIPAA Rules and Regulations.
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Aspiration: Risks, Recognition and Prevention

Aspiration is defined as the movement of a foreign substance into the lungs. Aspiration is very common and it can cause significant and serious complications. Recognizing factors that increase the risk for aspiration, knowing which patients are most likely to aspirate, and understanding the signs and symptoms of aspiration are essential to your practice as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). This course will provide CNAs with the information they need to recognize and prevent aspiration.
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The Basics of Cancer and Cancer Care

This course will review basic information about the disease of cancer and provide Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) with the information they need to provide basic, symptomatic and supportive care to patients who have cancer.
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Taking Care of the Pre-Operative and Post-Operative Client

This course will provide CNAs with the information they need to provide comprehensive pre-operative and post-operative care.
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OSHA Ladder Safety

The purpose of this module is to provide the learner with up-to-date information about the proper use of ladders and ladder safety.
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Providing Care for the Patient in Pain

This course will provide Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) with the information they need to understand, assess, and care for patients who are having pain.
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1.0 Contact hour



Therapeutic Use of Heat and Cold

This CNA inservice provides information on the therapeutic use of heat and cold.
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CPR Skills

This CNA inservice provides information on CPR Skills. It is not a substitute for live training but can be used as part of a class which has a live component, or as a refresher course. You will not receive a wallet card.
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1.0 Contact hour





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