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A four-hour course providing further precepting instruction for nurses.
Crucial Accountability is a class offered by Sharp University for leads and above. Please call 1-800-82-SHARP to register.
This three-hour class is open to Sharp HealthCare registered nurses who administer medications.
Eight-hour training for newly-hired emergency department RNs.
Cerner training for non-emergency department RNs.
Four-hour training for non-bedside clinical staff.
Annual requirement for instructors who bring their students to any Sharp facility.
This course will cover basic principles of LVAS function, trouble-shooting and patient care.
Course on providing nursing care to a patient with a Datascope intra-aortic balloon pump
Registered nurses will learn how to do bedside teaching and preceptoring for nurses new to IABP patient care.
This class covers advanced troubleshooting and pump features.
In this class, ICU and ED nurses will learn to follow the ICU continuous insulin infusion protocol.
Lean Six Sigma workshop for Sharp employees who want to achieve their Yellow Belt.
Drop in for this free half-hour meditation class for Sharp employees and volunteers.
One-time attendance is mandatory for all Sharp HealthCare leads and above.
Actual dates and times for the instructor-led events will be listed in the Sharp Learning Center under NRP.
An introduction to mentoring for new nurse mentors and mentees at Sharp.
This course is designed for the RNs, LVNs and RCPs who are new in the role of precepting.
Mandatory two-hour class for employees who have direct patient contact.
Three-hour class for SRN employees who have direct patient contact.
This class is provides an overview of the essential content necessary to care for stroke patients.
Four-hour class will review use of the Medtronic 5392 pacemaker.
Learn how to measure patient satisfaction at this free class for hospital-based leads and above.
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