E-Learning Hospitalist Series
What do hospital patients most commonly get admitted for today? With today’s Covid-19 pandemic, we know the hospitalist world is an ever evolving field. GTI is here to provide online educational support services for our brave nurses on the front line! To that end, we offer the Hospitalist Series to FNPs and ACNPs who are serving in such a capacity.
With GTI’s Hospitalist Series, Family Nurse Practitioners (FNPs) and Acute Care Nurse Practitioners (ACNPs) become well versed in the 10 Most Common Admitting Diagnoses to Hospitalist Programs.
This specialized GTI e-learning course online is a must for new hospitalist programs and for nurses seeking to refresh and expand knowledge of the most common admitting conditions. Course content includes:
Recertify and complete required continuing education medical credits online with GTI’s program specific to your day in and day out practice! We know that your first goal is providing safe, reliable, informed care for your patients. The Hospitalist Series gives you the knowledge and best current practices to continue the exceptional care you’re known for. In addition to the benefits to your patients, give yourself the gift of completing your continuing education credits (CEs) while staying abreast of the most up to date information in your field.
In this course, you’ll learn more about this disordered metabolic state and its most common characteristics, including its association with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Also explore treatment for diabetic ketoacidosis and guidelines, especially for children and teens with Type 1 diabetes who are at greater risk of death with DKA. Proficiency in managing the inpatient hyperglycemic spectrum is emphasized. This module provides guidelines for standardizing care in Diabetic Ketoacidosis management.
Course content includes management of acute myocardial infarction. As the world’s leading cause of death, this module addresses how to manage MI in the inpatient hospitalist program service, especially acute myocardial infarction treatment. Get up to speed on determining between myocardial infarction types and myocardial injury.
The focus of this module is to examine the physiologic mechanisms of respiratory failure. This includes acute respiratory failure symptoms and indicators, acute vs chronic respiratory failure, how to develop an acute respiratory failure care plan, as well as how to most successfully manage it in your Hospitalist program.
A key element of a successful hospitalist program is the treatment of hypertensive emergencies. Understanding differences between hypertensive urgency vs emergency is imperative. This module thus provides stratification guidelines and management of hypertensive emergencies.
This area of the medical field has shown vast improvement in post hospitalization patient outcomes in the past decade. Inpatient treatment of pneumonia is most likely the reason for this success. This course addresses diagnosing pneumonia, treatment, and management of pneumonia within hospitalist settings.
Symptoms of pulmonary embolism can be evasive which spurred research for this thrombotic complication by PERT. This examination provides current guidelines for managing and preventing pulmonary embolism in the hospital. You’ll learn to distinguish severity levels and corresponding treatment for pulmonary embolism, from evidence-based practices in the acute care setting.
Sepsis training courses and sepsis education for nurses is a critical component of hospitalist care. Commonly used techniques for managing sepsis are explored and an in-depth look into sepsis care best practices provides all the information you’ll need to manage this dangerous condition.
A frequent cause of hospital admission is electrolyte abnormalities. The fine art of managing fluids and electrolytes is a dynamic process. This course provides electrolyte imbalance charts and guidelines for managing the major electrolytes associated with chronic kidney disease and more.
One of the most important components of managing the care of most hospitalist patients is blood glucose levels. This course examines Hyperglycemic Hyperosmotic Syndrome treatment and the standardization of managing the inpatient hyperglycemic spectrum.
If you’re a FNP or ACNP, working in a hospitalist setting, you know that staying current on common hospital admitting conditions is crucial in providing the best care for your patients. This is especially important with today’s COVID-19 crisis, when differentiating between Covid-19 and other conditions is imperative.
Hospitalist programs and problems are unique and require explicit knowledge and experience. Stay informed! GTI provides e-learning certification courses, where you’ll get all the information necessary to best serve your patients, while also completing your required CEs online for ACNPs. The benefits of hospitalist program courses include a higher quality of care, completion of CEs, and upward mobility through expanded knowledge. Sign up today and stay at the cutting edge of your field to provide the best possible patient care!