The LRC has a collection of streaming videos specific for nursing. Below is a brief description and instructions on how to access. Users will need log in information from their professor in order to access the material.
To access them go to www.bristolcc.edu/nursing
The titles from that collection are as follows:
Oral and Topical Medications
Skin Integrity and Wound Care
Noninvasive Urinary Devices
Indwelling and Intermittent Catheters
Central Venous Access Devices
These five titles below have been specifically chosen by the library liaison and nursing faculty to support the nursing students at Bristol Community College. Thanks to a grant from the BCC Foundation, these titles will enhance your learning experience.
To access them go to http://bristolcc.edu/nursing/videos/
Becoming Culturally Competent
Tools for increasing cultural competency through self-awareness and improved interpersonal skills are the core of this program. Techniques to avoid generalization of cultural traits are discussed, as are cultural influences on attitudes toward family roles, modesty, nutrition, birthing and parenting, death and dying, and alternative health care practices.
Run Time: 18
Committment: Patients, Professionalism, and Boundaries
The focus of this program is the second provision of the ANA Code of Ethics. The role of the nurse as patient advocate is discussed. It also addresses conflicts of interest and professional boundaries.
Run Time: 21
Physical Examination of the Neonate
This program demonstrates immediate assessment of the newly-born with an emphasis on criteria that confirm the neonate is in stable condition. It begins by illustrating how to perform a systematic, detailed examination that includes checking vital signs and evaluating the head and neck, abdomen, extremities, and genitals. In addition, recognizing normal variations among newborns is explored. Finally, methods utilized to prevent dangerous heat loss are described.
Run Time: 28
Gestational Age Assessment of the Neonate
This program demonstrates how to determine the gestational age of a newborn based on physical and neuromuscular findings. It illustrates how to compute the findings to distinguish those infants who are born at term from those who are preterm or postterm. It also demonstrates how to correlate gestational age with the size of the infant and to identify those infants who are small, large or appropriate in size for their gestational age. In addition, this program illustrates procedures such as eye care, intramuscular injections, and obtaining capillary blood.
Run Time: 24
Hypoglycemia, Hyperglycemia, and Monitoring
Describes the three acute, metabolic complications of diabetes:hypoglycemia, diabetic ketoacidosis, and hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state. Illustrates the causes and symptoms of these complications as well as preventive and treatment measures. Presents the importance of blood and urine monitoring to prevent and detect these complications.
Run Time: 26