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PTICU 2022 Philips Monitor Training ICU/PVCS/RRT 35 Classes Available
ACLS HeartCode Skills Session ONLY

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HeartCode ACLS is a blended learning method for renewal and initial certification for the healthcare provider. Students must complete the HeartCode online portion prior to attending this in-person Skills Session.

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47 Classes Available
ACUITY PLUS AMBULATORY TRAINING

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Acuity Plus Training for the Ambulatory Methodology


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2 Classes Available
Acuity Plus Inpatient Training

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Acuity Plus Training for all inpatient users.


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2 Classes Available
BLSR-Skills Session Only BLS-R Skills Sessions ONLY for Blended Learning Building 10

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This course is AHA Heart Code Basic Life Support Renewal Course. This course is for those that have taken Basic Life Support previously. Successful completion of the course indicates passing both the online Heart Code BLS course and practical skills demonstration. Please note: Digital e-cards will be issued for this class within 7 BUSINESS DAYS of the conclusion of the class. Students will receive an email from ecards@heart.org to claim their card. This invitation will be sent to the e-mail address the student entered on the physical roster/ sign-in sheet at the class. Occasionally, the NIH firewall will kick this email to a student's junk/ spam box. Remember to check the email put on the roster, junk, and spam on a regular basis. Another way students can look for their ecard, without having received the email from ecards@heart.org is to visit https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards. Enter your name and email address provided on the roster to see if your card comes up. CPR is a physically demanding skill. Dress accordingly in comfortable attire. Late Policy: Each class session begins promptly at the stated start time. As the AHA requires that all students are present for the entirety of the course in order to received the course completion card, late admittance and/or early dismissal, is not permitted once the class has begun. Students are encouraged to arrive on-time for class. Weather related information for BUILDING 10 CLASSES ONLY: If the government for the Washington DC area is closed, class will be cancelled and you will need to reschedule. If the federal government is on a delay status, class will be held as scheduled and will begin on-time. OPM communicates delays and closings. You can go to this website for additional information: http://www.opm.gov (This does not apply to appropriations related govt. closures.)


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32 Classes Available
BLSR-Skills Session Only BLS-R Skills Sessions ONLY for Blended Learning Building 31C

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NOTE: Please DO NOT REGISTER for MULTIPLE BLS-R Skills Sessions ONLY trainings (between Buildings 10 & 31C). This training format is modified to a blended learning format to allow for social distancing and compliance with pandemic guidelines set forth by NIH Leadership. Traditional classroom trainings (videos, skills, and exam in class) are also available in Building 31C. eCARD ISSUANCE: Digital e-Cards will be issued for this class, within 7 BUSINESS DAYS of the conclusion of the class. Students will receive an invitation from: ecards@heart.org, to claim their card. This invitation will be sent to the e-mail address the student entered on the physical roster/sign-in sheet at the class. Occasionally, the NIH firewall will kick this e-mail to a student's junk/spam box. Remember to check the e-mail put on the roster, junk and spam on a regular basis. Another way students can look for their e-card, without having received an invitation from ecards@heart.org, is to visit: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards. Enter your name and e-mail address provided on the roster and see if your card comes up. CPR is a physically demanding skill. Be prepared to perform CPR on the classroom floor. Dress accordingly in comfortable attire. If you require glasses to read or see at a distance, please bring those with you to class. IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL REGISTRATIONS CLOSE FIVE (5) BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO SCHEDULED TRAINING DATE. Face masks are required the entire training (please bring two masks, one as a backup).


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22 Classes Available
BLS-31C Basic Life Support (BLS) Full Course Bldg 31C

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This course is AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider (previously "Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers). This course is for those that have not taken Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers previously or for those whose certification has expired. This class will last approximately 5 hours. All course materials (outlines, textbooks etc.) will be supplied at class. Successful completion of the course includes passing both a written and practical skills test. Please note: Digital e-Cards will be issued for this class, within 7 BUSINESS DAYS of the conclusion of the class. Students will receive an invitation from: ecards@heart.org, to claim their card. This invitation will be sent to the e-mail address the student entered on the physical roster/sign-in sheet at the class. Occasionally, the NIH firewall will kick this e-mail to a student's junk/spam box. Remember to check the e-mail put on the roster, junk and spam on a regular basis. Another way students can look for their e-card, without having received an invitation from ecards@heart.org, is to visit: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards. Enter your name and e-mail address provided on the roster and see if your card comes up. CPR is a physically demanding skill. Be prepared to perform CPR on the classroom floor. Dress accordingly in comfortable attire. If you require glasses to read or see at a distance, please bring those with you to class.


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6 Classes Available
BLSR-31C Basic Life Support Renewal (BLS-R) Course: Building 31C

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NOTE: Please DO NOT REGISTER for MULTIPLE BLS-R Skills Sessions ONLY trainings (between Buildings 10 & 31C). This course is AHA Basic Life Support Renewal Course. Previously "Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Renewal." This course is for those that have taken Basic Life Support previously. This class will last approximately 3 hours. All course materials (outlines, textbooks etc.) will be supplied at class. Successful completion of the course includes passing both a written and practical skills test. Please note: Digital e-Cards will be issued for this class, within 7 BUSINESS DAYS of the conclusion of the class. Students will receive an invitation from: ecards@heart.org, to claim their card. This invitation will be sent to the e-mail address the student entered on the physical roster/sign-in sheet at the class. Occasionally, the NIH firewall will kick this e-mail to a student's junk/spam box. Remember to check the e-mail put on the roster, junk and spam on a regular basis. Another way students can look for their e-card, without having received an invitation from ecards@heart.org, is to visit: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards. Enter your name and e-mail address provided on the roster and see if your card comes up. CPR is a physically demanding skill. Be prepared to perform CPR on the classroom floor. Dress accordingly in comfortable attire. If you require glasses to read or see at a distance, please bring those with you to class.


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10 Classes Available
Cell Ther Cellular Therapy

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The purpose of this course is to provide the learner with an understanding of how cellular therapy is used to treat cancer and other diseases, including procedures and practices for cell mobilization, harvest, expansion, and infusion. Additionally, nurses will benefit from detailed knowledge regarding how cellular therapy influences the immune system and the very specific immune related side effects seen with this treatment modality.


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2 Classes Available
CEC1 Clinical Endocrinology I Course

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This two-day course is designed to provide information on topics related to the management of patients with problems of the endocrine system.


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CBNTC Code Blue New Trainer Course

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This 3 hour workshop prepares nurses to teach and evaluate staff competence for Clinical Emergency Response - Code Blue.


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2 Classes Available
CRRTI Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Initial Class

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Initial didactic review of CRRT Theory and types of treatment modalities with practice in initiation, management, troubleshooting, and discontinuation of CRRT therapy. Orientation to PrisMax CRRT Machine.


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CRRTR Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Review

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Didactic review of CRRT Theory and types of treatment modalities with practice in initiation, management, troubleshooting, and discontinuation of CRRT therapy. Orientation to the PrisMax CRRT Machine


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2 Classes Available
ELNEC End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium

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End-of-Life Education Consortium (ELNEC) is a curriculum developed by national experts in pain and palliative care from the City of Hope and the American Association Colleges of Nursing (AACN). It is intended to provide nurses with the necessary education regarding palliative and end-of-life care. ELNEC covers topics including palliative nursing care, communication, pain management, symptom management, ethics, culture/spirituality, care of the patient during final hours, and loss, grief, and bereavement.


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2 Classes Available
CRN Fundamentals of Clinical Research for the Clinical Research Nurse

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This educational program is designed for registered nurses who work as a Clinical Research Nurse (CRN) at the NIH Clinical Center. The program will serve as an introduction to the specialty practice of Clinical Research Nursing and provide the foundation on key concepts essential to the five dimensions of Clinical Research Nurse practice and their related competencies.


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IV Blood IV Blood Workshop

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This one day workshop provides information on intravenous therapy, venipuncture, venous access devices (VADs), a review of lab processing, and blood administration. Prior to attendance, the participant prepares by completing the required CRN or PCT Pre-Workshop Activity. This course is now taking place in a blended format due to COVID-19 precautions. Didactic is self paced via the Absorb LMS. The course will be open for 1 week for participants to review materials. Participants will receive an email to their NIH e-mail on how to access the course in Absorb. After review of online materials, participants should follow up with their clinical educators or preceptors for completion of hands-on skills.


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3 Classes Available
IABP Intraaortic Balloon Pump Review

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Review of the Cardiosave Intraaortic Balloon Pump by Getinge, inc.


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AHA Heart Saver Adult CPR/AED Lay Responder AHA Heart Saver Adult CPR/AED Bldg 31C

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Lay Responder AED/CPR teaches individuals (not healthcare providers) critical skills needed to respond to and manage adult choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the next few minutes until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives. CPR training is for full time NIH federal employees and contractors with a valid NIH ID only. We will accommodate non-NIH fellows, interns, summer students or volunteers upon a request sent to dohscprtraining@mail.nih.gov and availability. PLEASE NOTE: Digital e-Cards will be issued for this class, within 7 BUSINESS DAYS of the conclusion of the class. Students will receive an invitation from: ecards@heart.org, to claim their card. This invitation will be sent to the e-mail address the student entered on the physical roster/sign-in sheet at the class. Occasionally, the NIH firewall will kick this e-mail to a student's junk/spam box. Remember to check the e-mail put on the roster, junk and spam on a regular basis. Another way students can look for their e-card, without having received an invitation from ecards@heart.org, is to visit: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards. Enter your name and e-mail address provided on the roster and see if your card comes up.


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6 Classes Available
Neuro 1.0 Skills/Sim Neuro 1.0 In-person Hands On Skills/Simulation

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The Neuro 1.0 In-person Hands-On Skills/Simulation is part of the Neuro 1.0 Series. CRNs are required to complete the Online Didactic portion of this course (via Absorb) prior to attending the In-person Hands-On Skills/Simulation portion. NOTE: Location is the Simulation Room 4-3551


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CPI NCI 2 Day Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Initial 2 Day Foundation

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This two day course provides the mental health nurse and technician with an introduction to the Crisis Prevention Institute Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Foundation Training Program. The first training day participants will discuss and practice crisis prevention using the CPI Crisis Development Model with a focus on early verbal nonphysical methods and personal safety techniques. On day two participants will discuss and practice how and when to use a team to provide physical intervention for an out of control and dangerous individual.


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2 Classes Available