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Designed to meet the needs of the Clinical Skills Coordinator.
Using videos and animations Elsevier Clinical Skills will help you provide training and reinforcement of clinical skills to Nurses and Healthcare assistants at differing levels of experience. The tool can be localised and used either as a stand-alone Learning Management System (LMS), or integrated within your existing systems.
Elsevier Clinical Skills addresses your needs
Training staff on wards is becoming harder and less effective. Elsevier Clinical Skills allows you to regulate and manage training across all areas of your responsibility. A solution to healthcare training needs that does not rely on individuals being able to take time out from practice to develop their skills.
Learning Management System:
Assign training, track learner progress, usage and results.
Export learner data for review and analysis.
Integrate content with your existing SCORM compliant systems.
Localise skills in-line with your Trust and organisations protocols and policies.
Upload or create completely new skills specific to your training programme.
Access with single-sign-on across multiple sites.
Available via desktop, mobile and tablet for all browsers iOS and Android.
Elsevier Clinical Skills helps you to educate and train staff without staff having to attend day courses, and serves as a record for continuing professional development.
150* evidence based skills written by leading academics and nursing professionals
Taking learners from start to finish with rationales for the procedures demonstrated in the videos and animations.
Providing learners with immediate marking and feedback.
Enables assessors to check staff competencies electronically.
Nurses, Healthcare Assistants and undergraduates can use the tool to easily improve and record their practical nursing skills and learning.
Elsevier Clincal Skills currently requires your organisation to hold a subscription. If you would like to trial the product please visit www.elsevierclinicalskills.co.uk and view the demo, and then click on the trial tab at the top of the page to allow us to contact you to arrange a trial.
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1. It helps keep tracking of a personal journal where the patient can add entries with a brief title and a full description, the app automatically handles date and time so they can be reviewed and edited at any time.
2. Searching for a place to rest and eat when traveling; the app makes use of the Foursquare API in order to get the best places of a given location showing the user the address and phone of each establishment.
3. Learning and researching about conditions, the app consumes data directly from ClinicalTrials.gov database and shows detailed data about each trial. You can also bookmark the ones you are interested for to review at a later time.
4. Scheduling appointments.
EASY LOGIN FOR SUBSCRIBERS
• If you already have a user name and password, you may log in and download the Clinical Pharmacology database now.
• If you are a subscriber but do not have a user name and password, please go to the Clinical Pharmacology home page and click on CP Mobile App to create your user name and password.
• If your organization is not a current customer and you are interested in subscribing, please go to clinicalpharmacology.com to learn more.
Long trusted by over 2,000 hospitals and 35,000 retail pharmacies, Clinical Pharmacology offers easy-to-find answers to all drug questions from an editorial team consisting entirely of PharmDs. Clinical Pharmacology is the most current and comprehensive drug reference compendium available.
FAST, ACCURATE & RELIABLE
Clinical Pharmacology Mobile offers the fastest path to accurate answers and provides convenient access to the features and functionality that clinicians rely on most from Clinical Pharmacology, plus:
Time saved with smart search techniques, such as predictive type-ahead, results by concept, and scoped searching.
MULTIPLE SEARCH OPTIONS
Multiple ways of searching including by indication, adverse reaction, or drug classification.
EASILY DIGESTIBLE INFORMATION & ACTIONABLE DATA
Precise information without reading through a lot of text with interface that breaks drug monographs into sections broken out as cards, uses infographics to illustrate important concepts, and allows users to toggle and segregate by key concepts, such as Adult-Pediatric and On-Off Label Use.
USE POWERFUL TOOLS TO BUILD UNIQUE REPORTS
Tools based on evidence-supported clinical algorithms to build drug interaction reports with lifestyles for immediate feedback, quickly categorize and summarize interactions for easy scanning, tap through sorted “cards” for more information, and toggle to switch from professional to consumer view to share and consult with patients.
In addition, Clinical Pharmacology accounts for user actions and offers recently searched items and jump links or quick access to other sections in the application. And users can set update preferences in order to save data usage and battery life on mobile devices.
NEW CONTENT & UPDATES
Reference databases updated regularly. Stay tuned for new features and additional content!
Additional questions about accessing the application? Please reach out to your organization’s Clinical Pharmacology administrator or your supervisor, or use the link below to contact our customer support.
If you have suggestions, features you'd like to see, or complaints, please email us!
EP Mobile -- The Swiss Army Knife of Electrophysiology!
- NEW: Right ventricular hypertrophy criteria
- NEW: Drug reference with creatinine clearance toolbar
- NEW: Creatinine clearance calculator
- Pacing tricks: Para-Hisian pacing and RV apex vs base pacing
- Drug dose calculators: dabigatran, dofetilide, rivaroxaban,
sotalol, apixaban and edoxaban
- Warfarin clinic weekly dose calculator
- Interval to rate conversion
- QTc calculator (Bazett, Fridericia, Sagie and Hodges formulas)
- Atrial fibrillation risk scores (CHADS2, CHA2DS2-VASc)
- Bleeding risk scores (HAS-BLED, HEMORR2HAGES)
- ICD in-hospital complication risk score
- Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy risk score calculator
- Syncope risk scores (SF Rule, Martin, OESIL, EGSYS)
- CMS (Medicare) ICD guidelines calculator
- VT localization algorithms
- Epicardial vs endocardial VT
- Outflow tract VT
- Mitral annular VT
- WPW accessory pathway location (Arruda, Modified Arruda, D'Avila, and Milstein)
- Atrial tachycardia localization algorithm
- Entrainment mapping
- Date calculator
- Body weight calculator (ideal and adjusted body weight)
- Long QT diagnosis, subtypes and ECG patterns
- Long QT drugs
- Short QT syndrome diagnosis
- Brugada syndrome diagnosis
- Brugada drugs
- LVH ECG criteria, including Romhilt-Estes score and others
- ARVC/D 1994 and 2010 diagnostic criteria
- Normal EP values
- Wide complex tachycardia algorithms
- Copy risk score results to the clipboard for pasting in reports
Categories: Medicine, Cardiology, Electrophysiology, Arrhythmia.
EP Mobile is free, open source, and available under the
GNU GPL v3 license. Source code is at https://www.github.com/mannd/epmobile.
Geriatrics At Your Fingertips™ (GAYF) for Android contains the latest content in the GAYF print edition, published by the American Geriatrics Society (www.americangeriatrics.org). Purchase an annual subscription, so you always have the latest information.
• For only $19.99, a subscription gives you access to the latest GAYF content for 1 full year.
• Your subscription automatically renews every year, so you always have the latest content.
Find quick answers to your geriatric assessment and treatment questions with:
• Free and continuous content updates for one year after purchase.
• Over 100 tables containing current medication information, searchable by generic or trade names
• Easy-to-use algorithms
• Assessment instruments that calculate responses
• Fast, omnipresent search and index functions
• Calculating equations for commonly used formulas
• A bookmark feature for frequently referenced content
• Links to many resources and websites
• Content updates automatically in the background
The authors welcome comments and questions addressed to the AGS at email@example.com
For almost 20 years, cath lab professionals have relied on Cath Lab Digest as a trusted, educational resource. CLD focuses on providing cath lab professionals information of practical and clinical use in their working lives. It offers both continuous education and a forum through which professionals share information on best practices, the latest procedures, and ongoing concerns.
CLD strives to: 1) Educate and inform; 2) Connect our readers across the U.S. and worldwide; 3) Highlight the knowledge, dignity, and hard work of cath lab professionals. Monthly interviews with thought leaders, cutting-edge features, and an emphasis on professional exchanges ensure that Cath Lab Digest captures reader interest with every issue.
Nearly 13,000 podiatrists, podiatry residents and podiatry students receive Podiatry Today each month. Podiatry Today offers feature articles written by leading podiatrists in the field and a bevy of regular columns including the following: Diabetes Watch, Surgical Pearls, Orthotics Q&A, Dermatology Diagnosis, Sports Medicine, Treatment Dilemmas, Wound Care Q&A, Practice Builders, Technology In Practice, New Products and the Forum.
Podiatry Today also offers three annual theme issues: the diabetes theme issue (March); the wound care theme issue (July); and the heel pain theme issue (November).
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Annals of Long-Term Care: Clinical Care and Aging is an official clinical, peer-reviewed journal of the American Geriatrics Society (AGS). The AGS is an international not-for-profit association of over 6,700 health professionals dedicated to improving the health, independence and quality of life for all older people. To assist in this mission, Annals of Long-Term Care publishes important clinical and practical content focused on all areas of long-term care and is read by the key clinicians within the field including medical directors, attending physicians, consultant pharmacists, geriatric psychiatrists, directors of nursing, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The journal's Editorial Advisory Board consists of leading experts in the areas of geriatrics, veteran affairs, nursing, family practice, clinical psychiatry, ethics, and aging.