Illustrate the understanding of key clinical skills and procedures to provide holistic care for the adult population in the acute care setting.
Employ evidenced-based procedures for safe medication administration,dosage calculation, and intravenous therapy for the adult population inthe acute care setting.
Distinguish the appropriate infection control procedures and protocols to be utilized for the early identification, containment, and care of patients with symptoms associated with infectious disease in acute care settings.
Safely Return to Acute Care
We know that many nurses have been asked to take on new roles in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why Chamberlain University, in partnership with Ascend Learning, is offering licensed registered nurses a complimentary review course to prepare nurses for new care responsibilities.
Time to Completion: Individual modules vary in length; full-course time: 30 hours
Delivery Mode: Self-paced modules with faculty support and one on-demand webinar
Start Date: Every Monday starting April 13, 2020
About Acute Care Readiness
This course will prepare licensed registered nurses working in either non-clinical, ambulatory, or post-acute settings to return to clinical practice inacute care settings safely. Topics in this course will include a brief overviewof pharmacology, medication administration, dosage calculation, clinicalskills, and infection prevention focusing on safe provision of care for theadult population in acute care.
This course features high-quality multimedia learning content in the form of tutorials and demonstrations. Each module contains didactic content from Chamberlain University coupled with ATI’s computer-based simulations focused on improving clinical reasoning skills.