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Caring for Patients with COVID-19: Nursing Workflow

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  • Caring for Patients with COVID-19: Nursing Workflow

    18:22

    Learning Objectives:
    - Donning & Doffing PPE
    - Conserving PPE between patients in same room
    - Demonstration of clustering of nursing care with use of a runner when applicable
    - Medication administration

    Case:
    Ms. Smith (in bed #1) is a 67 yo COVID-19 positive female admitted for symptom management requiring oxygen administration. Currently on nasal prongs at 5L/min for O2 saturations of 88-92%. Past medical history includes diverticulitis and mild hypertension.

    Ms. Doe (in bed #2) is a 75 yo COVID-19 positive female admitted with pneumonia and fatigue. She is admitted for monitoring and symptom management. Currently on nasal prongs at 4L/min for O2 saturations of 90-94%. Physician has ordered self-proning to be started. Past medical history includes diabetes managed with oral medications.

    The nurse is going in to give meds to Ms Smith & check her O2 saturation followed by checking Ms Doe’s med admin POCT glucose and discuss deep breathing, coughing and possibly self-proning as is being considered by the medical team.

    Content Experts: Jennifer Dale-Tam, Maeghn Green, Kathleen Sowinski and Nikki Pyl, Nurse Educators at The Ottawa Hospital

    Actors: Leah Dale (Nurse), Jennifer Dale-Tam (Ms. Smith Voice) and Maeghn Green (Ms. Doe Voice)

    Director: Ms. Jennifer Dale-Tam, Simulation and Nurse Educator, The Ottawa Hospital
    Videographer & Editor: Ms. Kaitlin Endres, Simulation Technician, The Ottawa Hospital

    Producer: Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, The Ottawa Hospital Simulation Patient Safety Program
    with support from:
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, TOH VP Education & Dr. Janet Corral, Associate Dean, University of Arizona

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  • Nurses on the Front Line of COVID-19 - UNC Health Media Briefing

    31:15

    This briefing focuses on the role of UNC Health nurses in the COVID-19 global pandemic, serving as the front-line providers during the crisis,
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    Featured speakers include senior nursing leaders from Chapel Hill & Raleigh along with a front-line nurse treating COVID-19 patients.

    Senior Nursing Leaders:

    • Cathy Madigan – Chief Nursing Officer, UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill
    • Joel Ray – Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Care Services, UNC Rex Healthcare, Raleigh.

    Front line Nurse:

    • Cecily Landis - Clinical Nurse, Medicine Intensive Care Unit (MICU) of UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill.

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  • Suspected COVID-19 patient requires intubation in the ED

    10:45

    Dr.George Mastoras implementing scenario by Drs. Dharamsi, Hayman and Yi, From EMSimcases

    This case was designed to assess and improve team preparedness for safely and effectively caring for a critically ill COVID-19 patient from triage through to intubation.

    Case authors: Alia Dharamsi, MD; Soon Jin Yi, MD; Kate Hayman, MD.

    Actors: Ms. Cari Poulin – Emergency Nurse
    Ms. Sarah Gaudet – Emergency Nurse
    Ms. Rena Fulton, Respiratory Therapist
    Dr. George Mastoras – Emergency Physician
    Dr. Glenn Posner - handing over

    Keywords: Emergency, Intubation

    Special thanks to: Dr. George Mastoras, Simulation Lead, Faculty CPD and in-Situ Sim Portfolio, Department of Emergency Medicine, and Ms. Cari Poulin, nurse educator, Department of Emergency Medicine.

    This video was created as part of the VR Collaboration between The Ottawa Hospital and the Department of Medicine at the University of Colorado
    Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, Simulation Patient Safety Program
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, VP Education, The Ottawa Hospital
    Dr. Janet Corral, Senior Director of Digital Education Innovation, University of Colorado

  • Transfer to OR for Urgent Cesarean

    14:32

    This video was created for the birthing units at The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON, Canada.
    Scenario authors: Dr. Adam Garber & Dr. Milena Garofalo

    Actors:
    Ms. Joanne Potvin: Nurse
    Ms. Sandra Estriplet-Robert: Nurse
    Ms. Lyn Beasant: Nurse
    Dr. Carly Cooke: Obstetrics
    Dr. Emmy Cai: Obstetrics (McGill!)
    Dr. Arthur Wong: Anesthesiology
    Dr. Purnima Rao: Anesthesiology

    Content experts:
    Dr. Wes Edwards, Dr. George Dumitrascu, Dr. Purnima Rao - Anesthesiology
    Ms. Gerry Ashton, Ms. Marilyn White - Nursing
    Dr. Adam Garber, Dr. Jessica Dy - Obstetrics

    Directed by Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, TOH Simulation Patient Safety Program

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  • Telehealth in Expanding Access to Healthcare During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    1:10:01

    During this COCA call, presenters will discuss the role of telehealth in increasing access to healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic and how telehealth can augment COVID-19 vaccine planning in healthcare facilities. Presenters will provide a summary of a recent series of discussions with the telemedicine community. Presenters will also share their experiences using telehealth tools for triaging and navigating patients, reaching low access communities, managing infectious and chronic illnesses, disseminating COVID-19 vaccine information, and monitoring for COVID-19 vaccine adverse events.

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  • Oral health services during COVID-19: protecting patients and personnel during treatment

    4:40

    This short video explains World Health Organization recommendations for protecting both patients and oral health-care personnel from infection with the COVID-19 virus during oral health and dental treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The video is primarily intended for use in trainings for oral health teams on infection prevention and control. More generally, target audiences are public health authorities, in particular those responsible for oral health, and oral health-care personnel undertaking or assisting in the procedures described, working in both the public and private sectors. People considering making an appointment for oral health and dental care may also find it useful as a reference for the practices that they should expect to see in oral and dental health-care centres during the pandemic and beyond.

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  • Ambulatory Care ENT during the COVID-19 pandemic

    8:53

    This case was designed during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to improve team preparedness for safely and effectively caring for patients in the out-patient setting.

    Learning Objectives:
    - Demonstrate aerosol generating procedure workflow in an ENT clinic
    - Donning and doffing PPE
    - Minimizing people and equipment in room
    - Minimizing opening of door during procedure

    Authors: Jennifer Dale-Tam, Rebecca Bernal, and Alexandra Craig

    Actors:
    Dr. Shannan Hamel, MD (as the Otolaryngologist)
    Ms. Rebecca Bernal, RPN (as the Nurse)
    Ms. Alexandra Craig, RPN (as the Patient)
    Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, The Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa, The Ottawa Hospital

    Director: Jennifer Dale-Tam, Simulation and Nurse Educator, University of Ottawa
    Videographer: Kaitlin Endres, Sim Technician, University of Ottawa
    Edited by Ms. Kaitlin Endres

    With support from:
    Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, TOH Simulation Patient Safety Program
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, TOH VP Education & Dr. Janet Corral, Associate Dean, Curricular Affairs, University of Arizona

    Case:
    You are the otolaryngologist in clinic and your next patient is 36-year old Ms. Craig who is here for an assessment of chronic hoarse voice (ongoing for the past 2 months). She will likely require assessment with nasopharyngoscopy (an aerosol generating procedure).

    She has no travel history outside of Canada in the past 2 weeks and no hospitalizations outside of Canada in the past year. She has not been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19. She denies fever, cough, rhinorrhea, chills or shortness of breath.

    She is otherwise healthy, with no allergies, medical conditions or daily medications. She has a 32 pack-year of smoking (2PPD for the past 16 years).

  • NICU2: Neonatal Resuscitation adjacent to the OR - Covid-19 Precautions

    8:44

    This video is designed for neonatal resuscitation teams caring for a newborn delivered of a Covid-19+ mother who have access to an adjacent resuscitation room attached to the birthing room OR.

    Scenario author: Dr. Sarah L. Lawrence, Site Chief, NICU, TOH, General Campus; Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Ottawa

    Directed by: Dr. Glenn Posner & Ms. Kaitlin Endres

    Edited by: Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, The Ottawa Hospital Simulation Patient Safety Program @SPSP_TOH

    Objectives:
    - Safely Don and Doff the appropriate PPE for airborne precautions in the OR;
    - Successful neonatal resuscitation, with attention to purposeful HR allocation and equipment needs;
    - Explore the logistics of transferring a clean isolette and neonate into the NICU.

    Starring:
    Ms. Claudia Sauve - Registered Nurse, Neonatology
    Ms. Ileana Clow - Registered Respiratory Therapist
    Ms. Pamela Sykes - Registered Nurse, Neonatology
    Ms. Karen Lalonde - Registered Nurse, Neonatology
    Dr. Nadya Ben Fadel, Neonatologist

    With support from:
    Ms. Mireille Nemer, Nurse Educator, Neonatology
    Ms. Emily Reuvers, Clinical Care Leader, Neonatology
    Ms. Janet Brintnell, Clinical Manager, Neonatology

    This video was created as part of the VR Collaboration between The Ottawa Hospital and the the University of Colorado
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, VP Education, The Ottawa Hospital
    Dr. Janet Corral, Senior Director of Digital Education Innovation, University of Colorado

  • Monitoring and Diagnostics in Care of COVID-19 Patients

    5:11

    This 5 minute quick video covers the lab tests, scoring tools and nursing assessment important in the care of the COVID-19 patients.

    Presenter: Vince Holly, MSN, RN, CCRN, CCNS, ACNS-BC, Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital

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  • **UPDATED VERSION** CORONAVIRUS NURSING CARE | free lesson for nursing students

    14:52

    ***Last Updated April 9, 2020***
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    **Disclaimer – The content produced for this lesson is referenced to the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and is current as of March 6, 2020**

    COVID-19, or coronavirus, is a respiratory illness caused by the virus SARS-CoV2, which causes flu-like respiratory symptoms such as coughing, fever, or sore throat. Severe cases can lead to pneumonia, sepsis, and in rare cases, death.

    The full lesson includes information on: incubation, spread, prevention, and treatment.

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  • Nursing Care of COVID Patients

    18:21

    COVID-19 attacks multiple body systems requiring prompt nursing assessment and expert nursing care. As of today, the CDC reports 12 million cases and 257,000 deaths from COVID-19. Every day we learn a little bit more about COVID-19. But still, we do not know much about COVID-19 and how it affects different populations. In this video, we talk about the virus itself and how it attacks the body.

  • Nursing Care of COVID Patients: Part Two

    14:03

    Nursing Care of COVID Patients Part Two: Prompt Action to Decrease Complications. Be aware of the most common complications of COVID and how to assess and manage them.

  • Management and nursing care of COVID-19 patients on ventilator

    1:32:39

    Management and nursing care of COVID-19 patients on ventilator

  • Nursing students train to treat COVID-19 patients

    1:12

    More than 120 undergraduate, graduate and faculty members of the School of Nursing at the University of Alabama at Birmingham will soon begin working in UAB Hospital to support the fight against COVID-19. The faculty and students are joining the frontline health care workers who have been caring for COVID-19 patients since the start of the pandemic.

    UAB Hospital is currently short on nursing staff due to the spread of the illness and because of the intensive care the disease requires for each patient.

    The nurses and students will help provide bedside care, as well as assist with the distribution of the vaccine.

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  • Nurse Perspective: Treating COVID Patients

    3:38

    Starla Becker-Tillinghast, RN, critical care nurse at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital, describes what it's like to wear the protective equipment necessary to care for their COVID-19 patients. She also shares the impact on nurses when they lose a patient to COVID-19 and the devastation they see first hand when families lose a loved one.

  • Outpatient breast center workflow solutions to keep patients safe during COVID-19

    9:25

    This educational video reviews protocol changes made during the COVID pandemic at an outpatient breast imaging facility that resulted in patients feeling safe in the facility and very happy with the care they received. Recommendations that promote safety, social distancing, and the development of computerized methods to communicate with patients before and after an examination are discussed.

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    Speaker:
    Stamatia Destounis, MD


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  • UF Health Nurses from Unit 75 speak candidly about the latest COVID-19 surge.

    2:00

  • Improving Care Delivery and Nurse Workflow | Faila Pereira, RN

    1:11

    Faila an RN and technology consultant in Brazil shares her expertise and opinions on healthcare, technology and nursing.

    #PatientOrator #HIMSS19 #Nursing #Nurse

  • COVID-19 OR Management Series: Patient Transport Workflow

    20:56

    A Continuing Medical Education activity presented by the Stanford University School of Medicine. View CE information and claim credit at

  • Bedside with COVID-19

    14:56

    UT Southwestern’s Chief Nursing Executive Susan Hernandez, along with an ICU and ER nurse, join Dr. John Warner to provide an insiders’ perspective on patient care during the pandemic. Staff at Clements University Hospital is delivering safe and expert support to all patients during these challenging times.

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  • Caring for Patients with COVID-19: Nursing Workflow

    18:22

    Learning Objectives:
    - Donning & Doffing PPE
    - Conserving PPE between patients in same room
    - Demonstration of clustering of nursing care with use of a runner when applicable
    - Medication administration

    Case:
    Ms. Smith (in bed #1) is a 67 yo COVID-19 positive female admitted for symptom management requiring oxygen administration. Currently on nasal prongs at 5L/min for O2 saturations of 88-92%. Past medical history includes diverticulitis and mild hypertension.

    Ms. Doe (in bed #2) is a 75 yo COVID-19 positive female admitted with pneumonia and fatigue. She is admitted for monitoring and symptom management. Currently on nasal prongs at 4L/min for O2 saturations of 90-94%. Physician has ordered self-proning to be started. Past medical history includes diabetes managed with oral medications.

    The nurse is going in to give meds to Ms Smith & check her O2 saturation followed by checking Ms Doe’s med admin POCT glucose and discuss deep breathing, coughing and possibly self-proning as is being considered by the medical team.

    Content Experts: Jennifer Dale-Tam, Maeghn Green, Kathleen Sowinski and Nikki Pyl, Nurse Educators at The Ottawa Hospital

    Actors: Leah Dale (Nurse), Jennifer Dale-Tam (Ms. Smith Voice) and Maeghn Green (Ms. Doe Voice)

    Director: Ms. Jennifer Dale-Tam, Simulation and Nurse Educator, The Ottawa Hospital
    Videographer & Editor: Ms. Kaitlin Endres, Simulation Technician, The Ottawa Hospital

    Producer: Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, The Ottawa Hospital Simulation Patient Safety Program
    with support from:
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, TOH VP Education & Dr. Janet Corral, Associate Dean, University of Arizona
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  • Aisha Amado, St. Lukes Hospital Nurse, on Safe COVID-19 Patient Care and a Fair Union Contract

    1:14

    Aisha Amado is a registered nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford. She and her fellow nurses have been caring for extremely sick patients during COVID-19 and advocating together for safer conditions.


    St. Luke's nurses are also negotiating for a first MNA contract that will help nurses, patients and the community. Learn more and stand with St. Luke's nurses:

  • Inspiring Nurse-led Innovation Amid COVID-19

    1:29

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    The content available from the Johnson & Johnson Nursing channel is for informational purposes only.

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  • Im a nurse caring for COVID-19 patients

    2:00

    “We’re terrified of getting ill ourselves, but we continue to show up and work and fight this as long as we are physically capable.” Sarah is an ICU nurse in Atlanta, Georgia. Her hospital is seeing a surge in COVID-19 patients and they are in need of more PPE. She says she and her fellow healthcare workers are wearing homemade masks over their remaining N95s in the hopes they will last longer. If you have PPE at home, consider donating to your local hospital.

  • Caring for Patients with COVID19 Nursing Workflow

    18:22

    Learning Objectives:
    - Donning & Doffing PPE
    - Conserving PPE between patients in the same room
    - Demonstration of clustering of nursing care with the use of a runner when applicable
    - Medication administration

    Case:
    Ms. Smith (in bed #1) is a 67 yo COVID-19 positive female admitted for symptom management requiring oxygen administration. Currently on nasal prongs at 5L/min for O2 saturations of 88-92%. Past medical history includes diverticulitis and mild hypertension.

    Ms. Doe (in bed #2) is a 75 yo COVID-19 positive female admitted with pneumonia and fatigue. She is admitted for monitoring and symptom management. Currently on nasal prongs at 4L/min for O2 saturations of 90-94%. The physician has ordered self-proning to be started. Past medical history includes diabetes managed with oral medications.

    The nurse is going in to give meds to Ms Smith & check her O2 saturation followed by checking Ms Doe’s med admin POCT glucose and discuss deep breathing, coughing, and possibly self-proning as is being considered by the medical team.

    Content Experts: Jennifer Dale-Tam, Maegan Green, Kathleen Sowinski, and Nikki Pyl, Nurse Educators at The Ottawa Hospital

    Actors: Leah Dale (Nurse), Jennifer Dale-Tam (Ms. Smith Voice), and Maegan Green (Ms. Doe Voice)

    Director: Ms. Jennifer Dale-Tam, Simulation, and Nurse Educator, The Ottawa Hospital
    Videographer & Editor: Ms. Kaitlin Endres, Simulation Technician, The Ottawa Hospital

    Producer: Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, The Ottawa Hospital Simulation Patient Safety Program
    with support from:
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, TOH VP Education & Dr. Janet Corral, Associate Dean, University of Arizona

  • Managing Cardiac Arrest in the era of Covid-19

    12:14

    Title: Managing Cardiac Arrest in the era of Covid-19
    Authors: Ms. Jennifer Dale-Tam, Nurse Educator & Dr. Christian Vaillancourt, Emergency Physician, The Ottawa Hospital
    Directed by Glenn Posner

    Covid-19 Cardiac Arrest working-group:
    Dr. Sylvie Aucoin, Anesthesiology
    Dr. Loree Boyle, Internal Medicine
    Ms. Jennifer Dale-Tam, Nurse Educator
    Dr. Michael Hartwick, Critical Care
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, Internal Medicine
    Dr. George Mastoras, Emergency Medicine
    Dr. Hilary Meggison, Critical Care
    Dr. Christian Vaillancourt, Emergency Medicine

    Dr. Glenn Posner, Medical Director, TOH Simulation Patient Safety Program
    Dr. Jerry Maniate, VP Education, The Ottawa Hospital
    Dr. Janet Corral, Senior Director of Digital Education Innovation, University of Colorado

    Virtual Reality collaboration between TOH and the Department of Medicine at the University of Colorado
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    Actors:
    Ms. Mariko Chartrand, Nurse Educator
    Dr. Bhat Chirag, Emergency Medicine Resident
    Ms. Jennifer Dale-Tam, Nurse Educator
    Ms. Kelly McBride, Nurse Educator
    Ms. Cari Poulin, Nurse Educator
    Mr. Kevin Thomas, Manager, uOSSC
    Dr. Christian Vaillancourt, Emergency Medicine
    Dr. Jim Yang, Emergency Medicine Resident
    Guest simulation technician: Dr. Vicki LeBlanc, Director of uOSSC
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    Disclaimers: The decision to resuscitate a patient with confirmed or highly suspected Covid-19 infection is a matter of debate.
    This video will help us manage patients for whom respiratory failure from Covid-19 pneumonia is not suspected to be the underlying cause of cardiac arrest.
    No protocol is perfect, but this is the protocol that has been decided upon at The Ottawa Hospital based on our current interpretation of best practices.
    However, one might choose to pass the primary nurse an AED and analyze the rhythm before s/he leaves the room and dons proper PPE prior to CPR.
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    Learning Objectives:
    Manage cardiac arrest in the context of the COVID-19 Pandemic;
    Prioritize health care provider protection;
    Minimize aerosolization within resources of the unit & healthcare organization.
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    Patient History:
    Mr. Jones is a 75 yo male admitted to internal medicine for CHF exacerbation last evening. Was alert, orientated, and only complaining of minimal shortness of breath on rounds 1 hour ago. Medical history includes MI 15 years ago, HTN, diabetes, and occasional admissions for CHF. Medication: ASA, Metoprolol, Statin, Metformin, Lasix. He expressed the wish for resuscitation efforts in case of cardiac arrest, which is documented in his chart.

  • COVID-19 Lessons from the Front Line: Transitions and Care of the Post-Discharge Patient

    41:36

  • Medical Management Protocol for COVID-19 Patients

    40:14

    Roswell Park's Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine, Brahm Segal, MD, and Chief of Leukemia Service and Professor of Oncology, Eunice Wang, MD, discuss medical management protocols for COVID-19 Patients.

  • COVID-19 Recommendations for Ambulatory Care

    3:00

    Guidance for outpatient/ambulatory providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tips to redesign office spaces and workflow to facilitate staff and patient safety during this crisis. View more resources at NCCN.org/covid-19.

    Special thanks to Abigail Waldman, MD, Clinical Director, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery Center, Assistant Professor Dermatology, Harvard Medical School, and Director of Mohs, VA Boston, for creating this video.

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  • Caring for Patients with COVID-19: Nursing Workflow

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    Caring for Patients with COVID-19: Nursing Workflow

  • NETEC COVID-19 Webinar Series: Caring For Pediatric COVID-19 Patients

    59:48

    This webinar discusses tips and best practices for caring for pediatric patients with COVID-19.

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  • Caring for coronavirus patients in a Seattle ICU: ‘move forward and accept the risk’

    5:43

    Andy Luks is a pulmonary critical care physician at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, which has seen a steady increase in covid-19 patients. He talks about the challenges of treating these patients, the slowness of the federal response, and his anxiety about what's to come. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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  • Nurse shares experience working in COVID-19 unit

    2:00

    One Louisville nurse chose to help on the COVID-19 floor, providing a lifeline to those struggling.

  • COVID 19 Pandemic – Clinical Guidance for Pediatric Practices

    24:00

    This webinar offers clinical guidance on the newly emerged Coronavirus strain (COVID-19) and strategies for pediatricians to increase infection control practices in their office to protect their patients and health care workers.

    Faculty: Ann-Christine Nyquist, MD, MSPH, FAAP – Professor, Pediatrics- Infectious Diseases, Medical Director, Infection Prevention and Control, Children’s Hospital Anschutz Medical Campus, Member, AAP Committee on Infectious Diseases, Lead, Emerging Infections and Outbreaks Subcommittee.

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  • Mass Vaccination Epic Workflow Demonstration

    6:20

    Welcome and thank you for volunteering! In this video, you will learn how to schedule walk-up patients for COVID vaccinations, how to assist patients with self scheduling through Open Schedule, as well as how to document COVID vaccination administration in Epic Hyperspace.

  • Nurses on the Front Line: Models for 2020 Flu & COVID-19 Vaccines

    1:4:42

    Nursing leaders from Community Health Center discuss three different models of nursing microplanning for flu and COVID-19 vaccination used for their health centers and patients.

  • CAMLS Brings COVID-19 Simulation Training to TGH

    1:31

    USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS) is hosting COVID-19 emergency simulation trainings at Tampa General Hospital using high-fidelity manikins. A COVID-19 emergency requires the medical team to respond to the patient in a different way than they normally would, so simulation helps practice this new protocol.

  • ECR 2021 | Canon Medical Satellite Symposium - AI Driven Workflow in COVID-19 Era

    55:49

    Watch the recording of our ECR 2021 Satellite Symposium. Five renowned speakers showcase how AI can help to drive workflow in COVID-19 Era. Radiologists from different sub-specialties present how COVID-19 has demanded changes in their daily work environment.

    * Prof. Dr. Mathias Prokop - Moderator
    Professor and Chairman of Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Anatomy Radboudumc, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
    * Dr. Mark Kon, Consultant Radiologist, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS, Foundation Trust, Bradford, United Kingdom
    * Dr. Richard Hawkins, Clinical Lead, Consultant Radiologist, Hospitals NHS Trust, Crewe, United Kingdom
    * Dr. Benoît Doche de Laquintane, Radiologist, Medical Imaging group IMAGIR, Bordeaux, France
    * Dr. Manuel Mignonm, Interventional Radiologist, Jolimont Hospital Center, La Louviere , Belgium
    * Prof. Dr. Thomas Fischer, Head of Interdisciplinary Ultrasound Center, radiology department
    Charité University Medicine, Berlin, Germany

    The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has introduced or aggravated many workflow challenges and has forced healthcare providers to rapidly adapt in order to maintain a safe and effective delivery of care. During this live Symposium, the speakers show how they were able to respond to these challenges and maintain optimal patient care.

    Our Industry Satellite Symposium was held during ECR 2021, on Saturday, 6th March 2021, and broadcasted LIVE through ESR Connect, the virtual learning platform of the European Society of Radiology.

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  • Centralized Virtual Care Design for COVID-19 Response | Philips HIMSS 2020

    58:01

  • Updated Considerations For Covid-19 Preparedness And Response In U.S. Schools Of Nursing

    48:29

    Unbound Medicine presents Dr. Tener Goodwin Veenema, international disaster nursing expert and Professor of Nursing and Public Health at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

    In this 30-minute webinar, Dr. Veenema discusses:
    - COVID-19 updated ‘Situational Awareness’ as to the spread of the outbreak and its implications for the nursing profession
    - An overview of the CDC updated COVID-19 guidance for institutions of higher education
    - Strategies for preparedness and response activities and helpful guidance for developing contingency plans for schools and health care organizations

    Visit: for Daily Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Expert Guidelines.

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  • Cleveland Clinic Prepares Coronavirus Surge Hospital

    8:38

    For the latest COVID-19 news and updates from Cleveland Clinic, please visit

    Cleveland Clinic CEO and President Tom Mihaljevic, MD is joined by other healthcare leaders at the Health Education Campus, the site of a temporary surge hospital for patients with COVID-19. Learn how this monumental project has quickly come together with an anticipated opening of April 15, 2020.

  • Writing a Nursing Care Plan Under 10 Minutes

    15:23

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  • COVID-19 takes your bedside virtual: Tips to build a digital workflow for your informed consents

    48:05

    This webinar is sponsored by Interlace Health.

  • Overview of Critical Care Management of COVID Patients in the ICU by Dr. Bassily-Marcus, MD

    1:19:33

    Overview of Critical Care Management of COVID Patients in the ICU by Dr. Bassily-Marcus, MD

  • CDC COVID-19 Prevention Messages for Front Line Long-Term Care Staff: PPE Lessons

    12:02

    Learn what personal protective equipment (PPE) should be used in Long-Term Care facilities and Nursing Homes, when, and how to use it correctly to help protect yourself and residents from COVID-19.

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  • Driving the digital health agenda: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic

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  • LTCF COVID-19 Module Enrollment Refresher

    39:41

    The NHSN Long-term Care Facility Component is supporting the nation’s COVID-19 response by introducing a new COVID-19 Module for Long-term Care Facilities.

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  • Changing Workflows During COVID-19: Reducing PPE Using a Telephone Booth Style X-ray Container

    4:26

    Radiologists are finding solutions for all types of workflow issues. This educational video presents the SG-SAFE.R, an isolation booth for chest radiography of COVID patients. The design improves safety and efficiency, without compromising quality.

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    Speakers:
    - Kheng Choon LIM, MD, FRCR, MMed (Diagnostic Radiology), Singapore General Hospital
    - Weiling TAN, BSc (Hons.), Singapore General Hospital


    Questions? Contact the RSNA customer service team at customerservice@rsna.org

  • Nursing a Pandemic: Leading through COVID-19

    46:14

    This is the fourth event of our series documenting the nursing experience of the ongoing pandemic. We hear from two nurses in leadership roles, interviewed by Estephanie Dunn, RCN Regional Director, North West Region.

    • Trish Armstrong-Child, a registered general nurse, is Chief Executive of Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust.

    • Trish Bennett, Chief Nurse at Mersey Care.

    This event tooks place online in April 2021.

  • Heath care well-being and burnout during COVID-19: Findings from a national survey

    45:41

    As the COVID-19 pandemic began to take hold in the U.S., the AMA launched a national assessment tool to support health systems in continuously monitoring well-being, burnout, and stress in their health care workers and non-clinical staff. Health systems nationwide have used the tool to develop and implement support resources throughout the pandemic to lessen its toll on the mental health and burnout of their clinicians and staff. More than a year later, the AMA will share findings from their national survey and offer insights on solutions shared by over 100 participating health systems from around the country.

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