COVID-19 Disease Progression and Nursing Interventions Video Education
We offer a free, complete 60-minute webinar, as well as five “Quick Videos” of key highlights on COVID-19 Disease Progression and Nursing Interventions. Registration is necessary to watch the complete webinar, or you may click on any of the Quick Videos below to watch them. In these videos, you will learn COVID-19 critical presentation, care goals, innovative nursing interventions, as well as assessment, monitoring and diagnostics.
Caring for COVID Patients: Disease Progressions and Nursing Interventions You Need to Know
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The Clinical Picture of COVID-19 Patients
This 5 minute quick video covers signs and symptoms, impact of severity on where and how care is provided and what to expect with the clinical progression of the disease
Monitoring and Diagnostics in Care of COVID-19 Patient
This 5 minute quick video covers the lab tests, scoring tools and nursing assessment important in the care of the COVID-19 patient
Respiratory and cardiovascular challenges with COVID-19 patients
This 6 minute quick video covers sepsis, respiratory pathophysiology, hypercoagulability, treating viral sepsis and fluid management
Nursing practices to facilitate optimal patient outcomes
This 17 minute quick video covers goals of care, nursing interventions (routine and innovative), delerium prevention and treatment, early progressive mobility, oxygenation, prone positioning, nutrition
Strategies to overcome barriers to providing excellent and efficient nursing care
This 13 minute quick video covers social isolation, visitor restrictions, need to decrease exposure, location of equipment, preventing CLABSI and CAUTI, complexity of needed care, models of care, cross training, evaluating standards of care
Vince Holly, MSN, RN, CCRN, CCNS, ACNS-BC
Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital. Adjunct Faculty with Indiana University.
Sean DeGarmo, PhD, RN, ENP-BC, FNP-BC, ACNS-BC
Inaugural Director, APRN Initiatives at American Nurses Association.
Dr. DeGarmo has over 20 years of experience as a nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, flight nurse, researcher, and educator in academic, non-academic, rural and military institutions.
Made possible by the generosity of the American Nurses Foundation.