Sclerosis: Caring for the Patient
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This course is intended to provide nurses and other health care professionals
with information about multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic disabling neurological
disease. Although there is as yet no cure for MS, the recent development and
use of disease modifying drugs has brought new hope for people with MS. Nurses
play a vital role in helping patients and families learn how to manage MS symptoms,
and how to achieve an acceptable quality of life despite neurological impairments.
Please see Objectives for a specific list of the course
a few hints to help you navigate through the course.
- Click on links in the
frame on the left side of the screen. You can view pages consecutively, or
access any page at any time.
- You can contact website
support by clicking on "RnCeus Interactive e-mail"
or return to the RnCeus Interactive
Home Page by clicking on the word "RnCeus.com" in the
top bar above, from any page.
- Access the Exam
and Evaluation Form at the end of the course. Follow instructions on that page
to obtain nursing contact hours, or to just try the questions. You
can review all course material, submit the exam, and get it graded without
registering or paying any price!
- Links to the World Wide
Web enrich the course content. Review the different sites and then click "BACK"
on your browser to return to the course. Or "BOOKMARK" or
"ADD FAVORITES" for easy reference!
- Scattered throughout
the course are Instant Feedback areas,
like the one below. Review information about the Target
Audience and give it a try!
reinforce the material, quiz yourself on what you have learned while studying
this information. Wherever you see this color text, questions are accessible.
target audience for this course is
nurses and other health care professionals seeking information about multiple
sclerosis (MS), a chronic disabling neurological disease.
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