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Promote evidence-based learning


Improve staff resilience

Responsible clinical initiatives can have far-reaching impacts for both patients and staff.

Promoting safe practices, improving outcomes, reducing risk – these are common goals for specific clinical initiatives within the healthcare setting. With this group of Clinical Initiative Programs addressing a wide variety of healthcare initiatives, including those aligned to national and international guidelines and objectives, HealthStream offers training programs designed specifically to reduce seat time, increase staff knowledge and confidence, and standardize practice using evidence-based learning.
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Clinical Initiative Programs

  • Responsible Opioid Administration Solution (ROAS) – This course focuses on optimizing outcomes in care environments where opioid use is a factor
  • Resilience in Healthcare – This program addresses the pervasive problem of burnout and stress to help healthcare workers build and maintain resilience through self-care and mitigation efforts


    • NSC Sedation Certification for the Healthcare Professional – Fulfill sedation credentialing obligations with the first nationally-recognized certification and primary source verification system
    • Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding – An essential course for achieving WHO and UNICEF Baby-Friendly status


    We’re proud to partner with some of the best in the business.

    Learn how to become a partner.

    • National Sedation Center
    • Jones & Bartlett Learning

    As a healthcare leader, are you…

    • Tired of inefficient training plans?
    • Nervous about whether your training plan is covering all requirements?
    • Looking for ways to save time?
    • Trying to find ways to engage your learners?

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    Contact us for more information on these clinical initiative programs that can enrich your staff’s clinical knowledge, safe care practices, and confidence with common care initiatives

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