These resources are FREE for all nurses.

Now available

Quick Videos of ANA’s highly informative and popular COVID-19 Webinar Series on

Vaccines

Disease Progression PPE Ethical Challenges and Moral Distress

Mental Health Support

Reducing Racial Disparities

If you don’t have 45 to 60 minutes to watch the full webinars, ANA now offers Quick Videos on select COVID-19 topics.  If you have viewed the full webinars, these quick videos are an easy way to review and refresh the content.

These resources are FREE for all nurses.

Click below to visit ANA’s COVID-19 Video Education Series webpage where you can register for the full webinars or access the quick videos:

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You can quickly get up to speed on topics that include:

Vaccine development

Vaccine distribution

Monitoring and Diagnostics in Care of COVID-19 Patient

Respiratory and cardiovascular challenges with COVID-19 patients

Nursing practices to facilitate optimal patient outcomes

PPE for COVID-19 patient and Crisis Standards of Care

How to Build Resiliency

Identifying Mental Health Support

Decontamination of Respirators

Translating Knowledge into Care to Improve Outcomes in High Risk Populations

How Implicit Bias Impacts Patient OutcomesCrisis standards of careRecognizing and Dealing with Moral Distress

And many more!

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Click below to visit ANA’s COVID-19 Video Education Series webpage where you can register for the full webinars or access the quick videos:

ACCESS HERE

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Made possible by the generosity of the American Nurses Foundation.

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