Informed Consent in Healthcare Training

Informed Consent in Healthcare Training

informed consent

When a medical professional informs a patient of the advantages, disadvantages, and alternatives of a procedure or intervention, informed consent is obtained. In the US, medical professionals are also required by ethical and legal standards to gain consent from patients, which stems from the patient’s right to control what happens to their body. The patient […]

Value-Based Health Care Training

The following Value-Based Healthcare Training is designed to educate healthcare providers (HCP) on the true meaning of value in healthcare. What you will learn: Introduction to value-based healthcare Why improving value matters A framework for implementing value-based healthcare Value-based programs Value-based payments Importance of Value-Based Care Value-based healthcare measures improvement in a patient’s overall health […]

Management of Common Medical Conditions Observed During Dementia

The following course is designed to educate healthcare providers (HCP) on how to develop a primary care plan to evaluate persons in the middle and late stages of dementia. There are several similarities and differences between the middle and late stages of the disease, which are reviewed in this course. Additionally, this course focuses on […]

Understanding Middle-Stage Dementia Training

The following course will educate healthcare providers (HCP) on the cognitive, behavioral, and functional manifestations of middle-stage dementia. Additionally, this course contains nonpharmacologic suggestions to manage the symptoms of middle-stage dementia. Lastly, this course addresses the numerous safety concerns that arise during middle-stage dementia. What You Will Learn: The clinical manifestations of middle-stage dementia The […]

Recognizing the Role of Diversity in Dementia Care Training

This course is designed to educate healthcare providers (HCP) on the issues of racial and ethnic diversity as they pertain to dementia. Additionally, this course examines sex, ethnicity, and race and how they may influence the risk and incidence of dementia. Other diverse populations that are covered in this course include LGBT individuals and rural […]

Understanding Early Stage Dementia

The following course is designed to educate healthcare providers on the issues most frequently seen during early stage dementia. It is important to acknowledge that not all types of cognitive impairment will show the same symptoms during the early stage. This course identifies the differences between various forms of dementia in their early manifestations. Currently, […]

EEOC Discrimination Training

The following EEOC Discrimination Training is designed to educate healthcare staff on the various types of workplace discrimination. What you will learn: Types of discrimination Genetic discrimination Gender/sex discrimination Race/color discrimination Retaliation Filing a charge with EEOC Discrimination charges What to expect after filing a charge Discrimination Types There are various types of discrimination like […]

EPA Retaliation

The following EPA Retaliation Training is designed to educate healthcare staff on federal retaliation and discrimination complaints policy to protect employees from harassment in the workplace. The contents of this course are derived from various government source materials What you will learn: Description of retaliation Filing a discrimination complaint against a recipient of EPA funds […]

Understanding and Addressing Racial Trauma in Behavioral Health

racial trauma

The following course is intended to educate behavioral healthcare professionals on the impact of racial trauma and how to address it with patients. Local and international events in 2020 sparked a national reckoning with racism’s effects on the health and well-being of people of color in the United States (US). Over the past three years, […]

Self-Care Guide for the Paraprofessional


This course addresses the signs of suffering during a tragedy, how to use proper self-care techniques to combat stress and compassion fatigue, and other related topics. Along with resources for more information and help, it suggests methods to deal with challenges and build resilience. Long shifts, competing obligations, and seeing or hearing about challenging patient […]

Boundary Risks for Behavioral Health Paraprofessionals Training

boundary risks

The following course will educate healthcare providers on the various boundary risks that could happen in a behavioral healthcare setting. In therapeutic settings, the doctor-patient relationship is based on the principles of beneficence, autonomy, nonmaleficence, and compassion as well as fiduciary partnership. Also, there are several elements that can contribute to boundary risks leading to […]

Assessment and Treatment of Depressive Disorders in Children and Adolescents

depressive disorders

Depressive disorders can have long-term effects on children’s and teenagers’ mental and physical health functioning, including an increased risk of suicide. The following course is designed to educate healthcare professionals (HCP) on how to identify behaviors associated with these disorders, prevention, and treatment plans. Despite having access to a variety of non-pharmacological, pharmacological, and combination […]