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Duration - 4:35

Sepsis Mnemonic - Recognize Early, Act Fast!

Sepsis is a life-threatening medical emergency and the Lippincott NursingCenter.com team has created this insightful sepsis Mnemonic video to help you improve sepsis outcomes.

Duration - 6:12

Fighting the Opioid Crisis

As nurses, we must recognize we are integral to assessing and managing pain appropriately, be able to identify patients who need addiction therapy and help them gain access to those resources, and we must be a voice for responsible prescribing.

Duration - 1:34

Happy Nurses Week from Wolters Kluwer

Dr. Anne Dabrow Woods, Chief Nurse of Wolters Kluwer, Health, Learning, Research and Practice, wishes a happy Nurses Week for 2016 to all of her nursing colleagues. She encourages nurses to pay attention to this year's theme, Culture of Safety, and to take advantage of the free content, exclusive resources, limited time offers, and more offered by Wolters Kluwer.

Duration - 18:54

Part 1 - Evidence-Based Practice: Improving Practice, Improving Outcomes

Wolters Kluwer Chief Nurse Anne Dabrow Woods explains the fundamentals of evidence-based healthcare in this concise, easy-to-understand presentation. Topics include the origins of EBP, its global impact on healthcare practice, the different types of research including systematic reviews and meta-analyses, the hierarchy of evidence, and when can a healthcare practitioner say he or she is delivering evidence-based care.

Duration - 21:22

Part 2 - Evidence-Based Practice: Improving Practice, Improving Outcomes

In Part 2, Wolters Kluwer Chief Nurse Anne Dabrow Woods explores the Joanna Briggs Institute Evidence model, how to formulate an effective question using the PICOT model, and what it means to put evidence into practice.

Duration - 3:22

8 Rights of Medication Administration

Chances are that some of you may not have known that in addition to the well-known 5 right of medication administration, some experts have added 3 more to the list. When it comes to patient safety, it’s never a bad time to review some of the basics and increase your awareness of newer recommendations.