In-House continuing education solutions for managers and educators who want to provide their staff and students with high-quality CE exercises, but don't need formal CE credit.
(Abbreviated Teaching Modules)
Do you struggle every month to find good material to put in front of your specimen collection staff? Those days are over. Meeting your facility’s requirement for monthly continuing education is easy with our Abbreviated Teaching Modules (ATMs). Our ATMs are short articles on a wide variety of topics your collection staff should know. Simply distribute them to your staff, collect the answers to the accompanying quiz, grade, file, and get on with your day. Nursing departments and educational facilities will also find our ATMs helpful for increasing understanding of phlebotomy-related topics. Each ATM comes with an answer key. More info...
Our To the Point® continuing education series of booklets are now available as immediate downloads delivered right to your computer in pdf format. Depending on the volume selected, users can to earn up to 6.0 contact hours of P.A.C.E.® credit.
Simply download the document using the link immediately provided when the online transaction is complete, distribute printed copies to your staff or students, and instruct them to record their answers to all corresponding test questions and submit the, to you for grading and filing. (Answer keys available upon request.) More...
Each video comes with access to a quiz to measure comprehension of the material to meet inhouse CE requirements. Answer keys available upon request.
- Basic Venipuncture
- Preventing Preanalytical Errors
- Avoiding Phlebotomy-Related Lawsuits
- Skin Punctures & Newborn Screens
- Arterial Blood Gas Collection
- Seizing Control of Blood Culture Contamination Rates
- Ending Hemolysis in the ED... and Everywhere Else
- Mastering Pediatric Phlebotomy
After viewing each video, go to the web site listed on the back of the video case. On this page, you will receive detailed instructions and links to the test and answer sheet. More...