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  • Communicate Clearly and Convincingly  

    The ability to think rapidly on your feet and speak persuasively and intelligently is a skill most people want to develop. This course was developed for healthcare professionals who would like to communicate clearly and convincingly. Learn to express yourself admirably in any situation, and learn how to say what you mean.   By the

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  • MR: A Physics Primer  

    “That’s a penguin.” In this program, one of the world's leading medical physicists correlates the relationship of penguins to understanding the concepts of electrostatics, electrodynamics, magnetism, electromagnetism, electromagnetic radiation, and contrast resolution.  After completing this course, you should be

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  • CT: Functional CT  

    CT has become more useful for evaluation of functional or physiological processes. The fine detail and image creation options, coupled with fusion and bioimaging initiatives, have opened an entire new approach to diagnostic imaging. What is all this and how is it applied? What are the diseases for which functional imaging is useful? Fi

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  • Grand Rounds Infectious Diseases Current Issues  

    In this program, a panel of experts describes the impact of healthcare-associated infections on morbidity, mortality, organizational resources, and the delivery of patient care. Analysis of the capacity to recognize mechanisms with which these infections are transmitted, including why these conditions are problematic, and the methodolo

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  • Ventilation Strategies  

    For the critically ill or injured, mechanical ventilation is often used as a life-supporting and a life-saving measure. However, despite all of the benefits of this therapy, there are risks and potential complications for the patients. A thorough knowledge of the principles of mechanical ventilation is essential in providing safe and e

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  • Impacting Organizational Change-Medication Error Elimination  

    This training program discusses methods to impact organizational change, with a focus on medication error elimination. Goals of successful change management and how to accomplish them are reviewed. This applies to individuals and organizations or facilities with many staff, as well as those with just a few staff. By the end of this pr

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  • ECG - An Advanced Course  

    This program first takes you through the mechanisms of arrhythmia, in which the normal cardiac cellular electrophysiology is discussed in detail. This program also describes the advanced concepts in conduction system disease, and how to apply physiology to atrial arrhythmia. It gives you an insight into identifying a myriad of cardiac

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  • Stroke and Atrial Fibrillation  

    Two mechanisms have been identified in triggering and maintaining atrial fibrillation. One is the enhanced automaticity in one or more depolarizing foci, and the other is re-entry involving one or more aberrant circuits. By the end of this program, the participant should be able to:  1. Understand the clinical practice guidelines

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  • Lung Protective Ventilation Low Flow Anesthesia and Spirometry  

    Anesthesia Workstations are an improvement over the older machines. They have better ventilators, which allow quite a few advantages of the ICU ventilators to be transferred to the Operation Theatre. They allow more information to be displayed on the screens. Thus, they allow better monitoring of ventilator parameters. A major advance

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  • X-ray: Impact of Exposure Factors on Quality of Radiographs  

    In radiography, the exposure factors of major concern are the kilovoltage and milli-amperes. The voltage and current provide the power to the X-ray tube to generate the X rays, which penetrate the part of a body to be examined, and forms the image.The various exposure factors need to be adjusted by the radiographer in order to produce

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