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AffirmingMental Health Care for Transgender and Gender Expansive Patients

Limited access to affirming mental health care combined with exposure to stigmatizing and discriminatory experiences has resulted in profound mental and physical health disparities in the transgender and gender expansive population. By learning how to provide more affirming care, mental health providers can play a key role in improving the mental health outcomes of transgender and gender expansive people.
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Clinical Compliance

This series of modules provides a clinical compliance orientation for new Bachelor of Science in Nursing students to help prepare them for skills lab and clinical rotations.
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Communication in Quality and Safety

This online scenario highlights communication problems that can affect quality and safety in nursing care. Author: Patricia Davis
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Digital Research Challenge

This case-based learning activity walks learners through the steps of the digital research process, including exploring resources, evaluating sources, summarizing main ideas, synthesizing main ideas, revisiting a query and checking copyright.Authors: Elaine Sullo & Samer Aleem
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E-empathy: How to Convey Empathy in Goals of Care Conversations using Telehealth for Persons with Kidney Disease

Learning Outcomes: 1. Describe the unique issues that Persons with Chronic Kidney Disease face during the COVID-19 pandemic. 2. Describe the ways in which providers can build or block relationships in telehealth. 3. Identify best practices in displaying empathy in goals of care conversations using telehealth visits.
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Fit for Academic Success - Graduate School

The Graduate School Bootcamp includes five interactive, multimedia learning modules designed to provide incoming students with refresher education in the following topic areas: learning strategies and time management, academic writing, managing technology challenges, basic research concepts, and using library resources.
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Learning in a New Language

The “Learning in a New Language” module is intended for students who speak English as a second language (ESL), or who are new to American schools. In addition, this module will also help all students, as nursing is a challenging academic program and students often find they need to adjust their educational styles and skills to succeed.
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Medication Reconciliation

Medical Reconciliation Assignment
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NNEPI: Nurses on the Frontline: Preparing for and Responding to Emergencies and Disasters

This interactive learning module teaches nurses a critical thinking framework that can be applied to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive (CBRNE) events as well as natural disasters. Learners practice applying new knowledge and skills through video decision-making scenarios.
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Pediatrics: Developmental Stages

In this interactive module, learners explore biological, motor, psychosocial, cognitive and social development stages, including infant, toddler, preschool, school age and adolescence. Authored by: Whitney Hodges Shanley, MSN, BSN, RN, FNP-C Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing The George Washington University Gretchen Wiersma, DNP, MSN, CPN Assistant Professor The George Washington University
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