Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens Interactive, Eighth Edition online lecture is designed to enhance participants’ understanding of bloodborne and airborne pathogens on the job site. This interactive resource engages today’s students with an exciting and captivating learning experience that is unattainable through traditional printed workbooks or study guides.
This newly updated Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens Interactive online lecture includes:
- Up-to-date information is consistent with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance.
- New coverage of COVID-19 and Ebola Virus Disease.
- Detailed discussion on prevention and treatment strategies, exposure control plans, and also postexposure management for bloodborne and airborne pathogens.
Features and benefits of interactive online lectures include:
- A tracking tool that holds students accountable for out-of-the-classroom learning. Students are unable to “fast-forward” through the online lecture slides.
- Both text and audio narration offered in order to address students’ diverse learning styles. The text and audio narration can enabled or disabled at any time.
- Anytime, anywhere access that provides total flexibility for certification or refresher training.
- A simple, user-friendly interface to ensure that students do not waste time learning how to navigate through the lecture.
- A safe and self-paced training environment that allows students to learn at their own convenience and pace.
- Affordable pricing for even the most budget-conscious institutions.
Notes: This interactive online lecture not designed to be a substitute for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) policies or U.S. Department of Labor Guidelines.
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American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) exists to support quality emergency medical care and to promote the interests of emergency physicians. The Board of Directors has identified values that serve as the guiding principles for the specialty of emergency medicine. These values, and the objectives that follow, are the foundation of ACEP’s planning processes and Council and also Board actions. The values of the American College of Emergency Physicians are: Quality emergency care is a fundamental right and unobstructed access to emergency services should be available to all patients who perceive the need for emergency services. There is a body of knowledge unique to emergency medicine that requires continuing refinement and development.
Physicians entering the practice of emergency medicine should residency trained in emergency medicine. Quality emergency medicine is the best practice by qualified, credentialed emergency physicians. The best interests of patients served when emergency physicians practice in a fair, equitable, and supportive environment. Emergency physicians have the responsibility to play the lead roles in the definition, management, evaluation, and also improvement of quality emergency care. The ACEP founded in 1968 and is the world’s oldest and largest and also largest emergency medicine specialty organization. Today it represents more than 28,000 members and is the emergency medicine specialty society recognized as the acknowledged leader in emergency medicine.