Nursing: Behavioral Health Course Bundle
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Substance abuse is national epidemic and nurses in most any practice setting are likely to encounter patients and families that are impacted by this issue. These select courses are based on current, evidence-based information to enhance your knowledge and practice. Save 50% on individual course prices with this convenient bundle.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Assessment and Prevention of Suicide for Healthcare Professionals - N47287 4
    Course release date: 12/15/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is intended for all healthcare professionals who care for individuals and veterans at-risk for suicide or who are survivors of suicide. The course discusses the background, statistical data, etiology, risk factors for, and treatment and management of suicide in the United States. Risk of imminent harm with communication strategies is presented with a special focus on the veteran and healthcare workers populations. 
  • Humor as a Healthcare Professional Intervention 3
    Course release date: 8/27/2021

    About the Course:
    Research indicates that humor helps humans cope with stressful life events and provides them with strength to cope with difficult situations. The purpose of this education program is to provide healthcare professionals with information about the impact of humor on disease processes and how to appropriately engage in humorous interchanges with patients, families, colleagues, and healthcare providers.
  • Management of Addiction, Withdrawal, and Overdose - N35032 4
    Course release date: 5/18/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is beneficial for all nurses who care for the general population, particularly populations at risk for opioid misuse, addiction, and overdose.  The course reviews common terminology related to opioid use and addiction, the basic pharmacology of opioids, the roots of the opioid epidemic, the theory of prevention model, and the unique points of potential intervention to help nurses prevent, identify, and treat opioid addiction. 
  • Management of Anxiety and Depression for Healthcare Professionals - N57062 3
    Course release date: 7/28/2021

    About the Course:
    Mood disorders are common and often mistreated. The purpose of this course is to help healthcare workers in their treatment of patients with mood disorders such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder, and to provide patients with access to treatment options. The treatment of mood disorders includes therapy and medication. This course helps to prepare healthcare professionals to differentiate the various mood disorders patients are exhibiting and their causes, identify risk factors for these disorders, recommend treatment options, provide a calm and supportive environment for patients, explore holistic considerations, and use evidence-based complementary therapies to assist patients.
  • Management of PTSD for Healthcare Professionals - N57063 1
    Course release date: 8/10/2021

    About the Course:
    Stress is an adaptive response to demands or challenges made on an individual that might be required for survival. Adapting to stressful events is an individual response, and treatment is best targeted to the time immediately after the trauma. Post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD has long-term physical and psychological sequelae that can affect the health and lifelong functioning of the patient. The purpose of this course is to help health care workers in their treatment of patients with PTSD, and to provide early intervention which can include psychological and pharmacological treatment. This course helps to prepare health care professionals to differentiate types of trauma, analyze a patient’s response to trauma, and provide appropriate traditional and holistic treatment options.
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Behavioral Health Course Bundle - 15 Hours

50.00
Substance abuse is national epidemic and nurses in most any practice setting are likely to encounter patients and families that are impacted by this issue. These select courses are based on current, evidence-based information to enhance your knowledge and practice. Save 50% on individual course prices with this convenient bundle.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Assessment and Prevention of Suicide for Healthcare Professionals - N47287 4
    Course release date: 12/15/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is intended for all healthcare professionals who care for individuals and veterans at-risk for suicide or who are survivors of suicide. The course discusses the background, statistical data, etiology, risk factors for, and treatment and management of suicide in the United States. Risk of imminent harm with communication strategies is presented with a special focus on the veteran and healthcare workers populations. 
  • Humor as a Healthcare Professional Intervention 3
    Course release date: 8/27/2021

    About the Course:
    Research indicates that humor helps humans cope with stressful life events and provides them with strength to cope with difficult situations. The purpose of this education program is to provide healthcare professionals with information about the impact of humor on disease processes and how to appropriately engage in humorous interchanges with patients, families, colleagues, and healthcare providers.
  • Management of Addiction, Withdrawal, and Overdose - N35032 4
    Course release date: 5/18/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is beneficial for all nurses who care for the general population, particularly populations at risk for opioid misuse, addiction, and overdose.  The course reviews common terminology related to opioid use and addiction, the basic pharmacology of opioids, the roots of the opioid epidemic, the theory of prevention model, and the unique points of potential intervention to help nurses prevent, identify, and treat opioid addiction. 
  • Management of Anxiety and Depression for Healthcare Professionals - N57062 3
    Course release date: 7/28/2021

    About the Course:
    Mood disorders are common and often mistreated. The purpose of this course is to help healthcare workers in their treatment of patients with mood disorders such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder, and to provide patients with access to treatment options. The treatment of mood disorders includes therapy and medication. This course helps to prepare healthcare professionals to differentiate the various mood disorders patients are exhibiting and their causes, identify risk factors for these disorders, recommend treatment options, provide a calm and supportive environment for patients, explore holistic considerations, and use evidence-based complementary therapies to assist patients.
  • Management of PTSD for Healthcare Professionals - N57063 1
    Course release date: 8/10/2021

    About the Course:
    Stress is an adaptive response to demands or challenges made on an individual that might be required for survival. Adapting to stressful events is an individual response, and treatment is best targeted to the time immediately after the trauma. Post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD has long-term physical and psychological sequelae that can affect the health and lifelong functioning of the patient. The purpose of this course is to help health care workers in their treatment of patients with PTSD, and to provide early intervention which can include psychological and pharmacological treatment. This course helps to prepare health care professionals to differentiate types of trauma, analyze a patient’s response to trauma, and provide appropriate traditional and holistic treatment options.