Nursing


New! Epidemiology and Public Health 25 min.

This program discusses the fields of epidemiology and public health. It traces the history of public health through various epidemics and pandemics and the work of Dr. John Snow and looks at the work of public health, from conducting research and analyzing data to education of the public and creation of public policy. It discusses different fields within epidemiology, including molecular, environm...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! The COVID Story 74 min.

This program provides a critical look at how the COVID-19 epidemic was handled in the US, with a particular focus on the public health level. It features interviews with experts and those who were negatively impacted by the response.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2022

The Awake and Walking ICU 41 min.

Propofol and Ativan are a nurses best friend, right? WRONG. In this podcast, Kali Dayton, RN, challenges us to rethink delirium in a way that not only produces better patient outcomes but substantially decrease the nurses workload in the long run. The program differentiates among types of delirium and considers specific actions nurses can take to help their patients who are experiencing delirium.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

Cardiac Arrest 45 min.

We all know BLS and even ACLS like the back of our hands so now it’s time to understand *why*. Why are VF and VT under the arrest algorithms? Why epi? Why are survival rates so low, even in the hospital? In this podcast with nurse Annie Fulton, former paramedic and current BLS and ACLS instructor, Al Gook, answers some basic, yet honest questions we all have about cardiac arrest and what we can...

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

Hyponatremia 47 min.

In this podcast with nurse Annie Fulton, Dr. Joel Topf reviews what nurses should know about hyponatremia. He explains the types of hyponatremia, their causes, and their treatments.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

NephMadness PodCrawl: Blood Pressure and Dialysis 48 min.

Managing blood pressure for dialysis patient can be complicated. In this podcast with nurse Annie Fulton, nephrologists Dr. Daniel Weiner and Dr. Bourne Auguste address intradialytic hypertension and hypotension while giving a huge shout out to the dark horse of nephrology: peritoneal dialysis. They discuss blood pressure medications prior to dialysis, intradialytic hypertension, and intradialytic...

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

Vasopressors 40 min.

In this podcast, Tina Vinsant, RN, host of the podcast Good Nurse Bad Nurse, joins nurse Annie Fulton for a run through of all the major vasoactive agents given in the hospital. Minimizing the jargon and maximizing practical cases, the podcast goes through phenylephrine, norepinephrin, epinephrine, dopamine, dobutamine, milrinone, vasopressin, and midodrine.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

History of Nursing 77 min.

This 3-volume series looks at the history of nursing from its origins to its development over time, and looks at the future of the profession.

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2022

Nursing: Into the Future 20 min.

As nurses continue to expand their role in the delivery of healthcare in many settings and as the population increases, the shortage of nurses will continue to be a challenge. Nurses in the future will expand their reach by obtaining advanced academic degrees, becoming technologically proficient, and acquiring specialized knowledge. This program discusses the future of nursing, nursing shortages,...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2022

Nurse-Led Rapid Responses 40 min.

In this podcast, nurses Jami Fregeau and Anne Fulton walk through rapid responses that nurses can (for the most part) manage independently. They discuss equipment malfunctions and how to be prepared for when it happens to your patient.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022