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NUR 4015: Nursing Care of Communities and Populations: Clinical Skills Videos

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Elsevier Clinical Skills Videos 

Oak Point has access to Elsevier Clinical Skills Videos where nursing students and faculty can watch at anytime to brush up on clinical skills. ECS has numerous demos that students can view on campus and at home! Elsevier Clinical Skills can help in the following areas:

  • 1,200 evidence-based skills and procedures
  • quick sheet summaries
  • in-depth descriptions with rationales
  • checklists
  • supply lists
  • competency tests for immediate feedback
  • videos
  • animated demonstrations
  • illustrations
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Infobase Nursing on Demand Videos

Infobase Videos 

The Infobase Nursing Videos on Demand collection is designed not only to help nursing students excel in their studies and pass licensure exams, but also to prepare them for long-term job success in an increasingly complex health care system. 

  • Nursing Skills – with titles covering core clinical skills as well as the unique skills needed in emergency and medical-surgical nursing.
  • Patient Care and Interventions – covering the best practices of care for a wide range of conditions and scenarios, including geriatric care, home health nursing, abuse and violence, hospice and palliative care, oncology, psychiatric care, gynecology and obstetrics, pain management, and pediatric and neonatal care.
  • Nursing Foundations – includes videos on anatomy and physiology, diet and nutrition, pharmacology, and lifespan development.
  • Diseases, Disorders, and Disabilities – includes videos on cardiovascular, infectious, and communicable diseases, learning disabilities, and developmental, metabolic and endocrine, respiratory, neurological, and psychiatric disorders.
  • Special Topics in Nursing – covering critical situations that nurses encounter in addition to their core responsibilities, including ethical and legal issues, health and safety for health care providers, management and leadership, and medical research and advances.