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Elsevier Clinical eLearning hospital-wide courses are designed for nurses and other healthcare professional across all hospital and clinical environments. Interactive courses cover a broad range of clinical topics and software training, to ensure consistent, high-quality care. Courses are prepared by experts and feature engaging eLearning techniques including interactivity, role plays, and case studies.

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

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Hospital-wide nursing courses

ANPD Frontline Nurse leader
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APEX Canadian Hemispheres 2.0
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APEX Early Heart Attack Care
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APEX Heart Failure Comprehensive
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APEX Heart Failure Focused
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APEX Hemispheres 2.0
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APEX Impulse 3.0
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APEX NIH Stroke Scale
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APEX Responder 2.0
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APEX Sepsis 2.0
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ASPAN: Mosby’s Orientation to Perianesthesia Nursing*ˆ
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Chest Collection: Prevention of Exacerbations of COPD AND Readmissions
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Elsevier Regulatory Refresher 1.1
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Mosby’s Essential Nursing continuing Education
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Mosby’s Medical-Surgical Nursing orientation
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Mosby's Nursing aide curriculum
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Mosby’s orientation to Home Health Care*
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Mosby’s Preceptor*
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The Acute Care Accreditation/Occupational Safety and Health Course
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*Knowledge Inventory Tool (KIT) available for this course

ˆClinical eLearning course can be delivered seamlessly through the HealthStream Learning Center.

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