Courses
Education Services International

Nursing Communication

Sort By

The Challenge of Healthcare Literacy

INTENDED AUDIENCE This activity was developed for nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals who may need to provide instruction to patients and their caregivers. COMMERCIAL SUPPORT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT No commercial support was provided for the development of this activity. STATEMENT OF NEED...
Read More

Communications: Manager Relationships

COURSE INTRODUCTION Managing people requires developing and maintaining open lines of communication with each member of the department. The effective manager unites these diverse individuals so they can accomplish mutual goals as a team. This program examines the role of communication in the manager...
Read More

Communications: Nurse-Patient Relationships

COURSE INTRODUCTION Human interaction is what nursing is all about. Patients and their families rely on you for many things besides medical care, such as counseling, education, company, and emotional support. It's up to you to provide these things effectively, and that's why good communication skills...
Read More

Communications: Peer Relationships

COURSE INTRODUCTION In your workday, you are almost constantly communicating with a patient, peer or supervisor. These communications are vital to your job of providing comprehensive and thorough patient care. This care is a responsibility you share with other health professionals, and good communication...
Read More

Communications: The Process

COURSE INTRODUCTION In today's fast-paced health care setting, clear communication continues to be an important aspect of each person's workday. Because it is a very complex process, it is helpful to step out of the everyday environment to closely look at the communication process. Communication is a...
Read More

Cultural Awareness in Healthcare

COURSE INTRODUCTION This program focuses on cultural awareness in healthcare. In this program we will review the concept of cultural awareness in healthcare and demonstrate the need to bring cultural awareness into the American healthcare system. We will also examine the Culturally and Linguistically...
Read More

Cultural Awareness in Healthcare: An Action Plan

NOTE: This course provides less than 1 hour of continuing education credit and will not be accepted in states that require CE courses to provide a minimum of 1 hour of continuing education in a single learning session (e.g., Florida). For information on current CE requirements in your state, consult...
Read More

Cultural Awareness in Healthcare: Understanding the Need

INTENDED AUDIENCE This program is the first in a series of three focusing on cultural awareness in healthcare. In this program we will review the concept of cultural awareness in healthcare and demonstrate the need to bring cultural awareness into the American healthcare system. COMMERCIAL SUPPORT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT...
Read More

Cultural Awareness in Healthcare: Your Practice

NOTE: This course provides less than 1 hour of continuing education credit and will not be accepted in states that require CE courses to provide a minimum of 1 hour of continuing education in a single learning session (e.g., Florida). For information on current CE requirements in your state, consult...
Read More

Evidence-Based Practice: What it Is and What it Is Not

INTENDED AUDIENCE This course is useful to any practicing nurse, nurse faculty, or student wanting to acquire fundamental knowledge of evidence-based practice. COMMERCIAL SUPPORT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT No commercial support was provided for the development of this activity. STATEMENT OF NEED In light of the...
Read More

From Media to Medicine

COURSE INTRODUCTION Americans are bombarded with medical fact and fiction every day from every media outlet including newspapers and magazines, radio, television, and now, the Internet. When patients become confused by conflicting reports about the same issue, or conjecture about new treatments and trials,...
Read More

Generations In The Workplace

INTENDED AUDIENCE This activity was developed for all levels of nurses and nursing students COMMERCIAL SUPPORT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT No commercial support was provided for the development of this activity. STATEMENT OF NEED The workforce today is made up of several very diverse generations, each raised in...
Read More

Nursing Theory: Application to Nursing Practice

INTENDED AUDIENCE This activity intended for nurses involved with providing patient care. COMMERCIAL SUPPORT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT No commercial support was provided for the development of this activity. STATEMENT OF NEED Nurses are responsible for developing plans of nursing care. To do this the underlying...
Read More

Professionalism in Healthcare, Part 1: Professional Behavior, Attitude, and Attire

COURSE INTRODUCTION The nursing profession is self-defined and self-regulated and, in return, guarantees society professional competence, altruistic service and the assurance that members will conduct their affairs with morality and integrity. This program will discuss the elements of professionalism...
Read More

Professionalism in Healthcare, Part 2: Patient Interactions, Communication, and Personal Development

COURSE INTRODUCTION Professionalism means doing your work well, and taking your job seriously because it's more than just a paycheck. It's a reflection of who you are as a member of a profession that offers comfort to those who are sick or in pain. This program will discuss ways nurses can exhibit professionalism...
Read More