This sepsis study was conducted by a large US health system concerned with high rates of sepsis. Participants, 1,051 nurses, were asked to take an accredited, evidence-based, 29-question sepsis knowledge and performance course on Amplifire’s confidence-based e-Learning platform.
Clostridium difficile is a gram-positive, spore-forming bacterium that causes serious disease ranging from diarrhea to potentially lethal pseudomembranous colitis. The rate of C. difficile infections (CDIs) has been rising steadily since 2000, complicated by the emergence of virulent new strains. One of the major risk factors for development of CDI is exposure to antibiotics, which alter the normal gut flora.
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Because training is usually passive, the forgetting curve is very steep. In this example, flight attendants have recently taken a conventional training course on how to perform......
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