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Clinical care in the home

Elsevier Clinical eLearning home health courses have been developed with home-care nurses, therapists, and other personnel across your organization in mind. Interactive course content and case studies highlight clinical practice, cultural considerations, and other topics relevant to the delivery of healthcare in a non-clinical environment.

Elsevier’s rigorous editorial standards, including peer reviews, ensure that courses are based on current evidence and clinical practice.

Home health courses available

  • Mosby’s Essential Nursing Continuing Education

This uniquely designed and developed collection emphasizes evidence-based content for topics relevant to all nursing specialties. Developed upon a foundation of Joint Commission standards and the framework of five specialty professional nursing practice standards, the lessons focus on the need-to-know information and are presented as case-based, interactive and engaging experiences for the learner. Each lesson is mapped to one or more standards and groupings which make identifying and assigning appropriate lessons easier in order to meet the organization on and learner’s goals.

  • Mosby's Orientation to Home Health Care1

Mosby’s Orientation to Home Health Care is a comprehensive online, continuing education course that helps both new and experienced nurses and therapists. Written and peer reviewed by expert home health care nurses and therapists, this course includes 24 lessons that incorporate best practice and practical, evidence-based content and promote effective, interprofessional collaboration. Other course features include:

  • interactive activities

  • case studies and cultural considerations

  • documentation highlights

  • patient education handouts

Promote professional development and practice improvement with evidence-based learning

Two female nurses and one male nurse walking and talking in a hospital. One female nurse holds a file folder.

1 Knowledge Inventory Tool (KIT) available for this course