This series of five DVDs is the most accurate and comprehensive set of blood specimen collection training videos on the market.
Highly researched and painstakingly detailed, the Applied Phlebotomy Video Series covers the critical aspects of blood specimen collection that every healthcare professional MUST know. Dynamic 3D animations illustrate hemoconcentration, nerve injury, arterial nicks, and more.
Written, produced and directed by Dennis J. Ernst MT(ASCP), the director of the Center for Phlebotomy Education and a highly respected international lecturer and author. This video collection is a must for every training and new-employee orientation program. Available individually or as a set.
“I got the opportunity to view your videos this past week and I just wanted to say, WOW. They were all excellent. You did an absolutely superb job.”
Stacy Jackson, PBT(ASCP) Phlebotomist/Program Assistant University Medical Center Lubbock, Texas
“I just reviewed “Preventing Preanalytical Errors” and “Avoiding Phlebotomy-Related Lawsuits.” EXCELLENT! Thank you for your efforts to promote patient and phlebotomist safety and address the expected standard of care for phlebotomy. I will be adding these videos to our phlebotomy training program.”
Dawn Smith, RNC Cuesta College San Luis Obispo, CA
“I recently purchased the Applied Phlebotomy series and am quite pleased with the product. I have already incorporated parts 1 and 2 into my new employee orientation program as an adjunct to didactic phlebotomy training. We have also used the Lawsuit video as our monthly “Brown Bag” (watch-on-your-lunch break) continuing education source for the entire lab.”
Jeremy D. Angell Coordinator, Support Services CENTRACARE Laboratory Services St. Cloud, MN
“I also just want to say how very much I appreciate the video dealing with legal matters in phlebotomy. It is excellent! We graduate about 100 phlebotomists per year in our 200-hour program, and are trying to change the way phlebotomy is done in Houston one student at a time. I think they each need to see this particular video several times before becoming employed. Thank you for your time and thought in creating it.”
Sharon Benthall, MT(ASCP) Houston Community College