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4 Risk Assessment Tests for Knee Recovery

What determines pass or fail on hop tests and star excursion tests? In this short video, international speaker Ryan August, PT, DPT, MTC, CMP, demonstrates four risk assessment tests to use with your recovering knee patients.

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Yoga and Mindfulness Tools for Children: Grounding and Becoming Present

Get two yoga and mindfulness practices to share with the children in your life. Each exercise comes with matching coloring pages and worksheets to further enhance the experience and deepen reflection, and you can download these supporting materials for free. Don’t forget to try these out yourself as well, as we all could use some orienting and grounding no matter what our age! 

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Breath of Joy

A Yoga Practice for Children with ADHD

Sometimes children with ADHD just can't stop moving...Here's a quick and enjoyable strategy to help restore attention and focus.

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Manual Therapy Techniques for Rotator Cuff Rehab

In this short video demonstration, Terry L. Rzepkowski, DPT, will show you manual therapy techniques you can use with your patients recovering from rotator cuff surgery — plus he will demonstrate additional TheraBand exercises.

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From Hell to Heaven...In One-Minute

When stuck in anger, it helps to find some heaven within. Try this simple meditation and coloring practice to help you find peace within.

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Free Pharmacology CE: Which IV fluids and why...

Cyndi Zarbano • 11/9/2016 • 4 Comments

Do you know what fluids, pressor agents, and blood products to use when your patient crashes? Learn how to make the right choice for the situation with this FREE CE seminar.

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Why are we seeing more sepsis?

Cyndi Zarbano • 10/31/2016 • 2 Comments

In 2015, the Surviving Sepsis Campaign stated there were 950,000 cases of sepsis in the United States. Why are we seeing more sepsis, and what can we do to ensure better outcomes for our patients?

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Fifth Annual Joining Forces Wellness Week Highlights Health Care Needs of Veterans, Military Service Members and Their Families

PESI • 10/27/2016 • 2 Comments

Joining Forces Wellness Week takes place Nov. 7-11. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), in collaboration with the White House Joining Forces staff and the Center for Deployment Psychology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, will show a free webinar series on the health and wellness of military service members and veterans. Professionals will earn one free hour of CE credit for each webinar they attend.

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Challenges in Traumatic Grief

How should we handle traumatic loss in critical care settings?

Paul Clements, Ph.D., APRN-BC • 10/18/2016 • 1 Comment

The challenges of dealing with traumatic grief are numerous, and I believe it’s critical that as an industry we start talking about how we handle these tough situations. In this video, I explore some of these challenges as a way to open a dialogue about how we handle traumatic grief. I encourage you to share your stories, your ideas, and your words of wisdom in the comments below to help nurses of all generations manage grief in the workplace. - Paul Clements, PhD, APRN-BC

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PESI, Inc. Acquires Australian Based PsychOz Publications

PESI • 10/10/2016 • 2 Comments

As of October 3, 2016, Eau Claire based PESI, Inc., acquired PsychOz Publications Pty. Ltd. of Palm Cove, Australia. Since 1994, PsychOz has been providing the best selection of psychotherapy and counseling resources to professionals in Australia.

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