Hello NADI member,
This training module will be taking the place of the theoretical assessment and theoretical portion of the training sessions. By creating an online, self-paced course, we feel it will allow students to better learn the necessary material, save time for students and instructors, and increase the standardization and efficiency of theoretical knowledge taught and assessed. Once you complete the course, you will obtain a NADI certificate that you can email to your corresponding chapter's email (e.g. Rutgers New Brunswick students will email Rutgers.NadiSquad@gmail.com).
If you have any questions along the way, please feel free to email us.
The course is divided into 15 sections, ordered from top ('Heart Rate and Respiratory Rate') to bottom ('Final Quiz'). Please go in order. Each set of sections consists of core content followed by a short quiz. Your score on all the module quizzes should be 100% to pass the course. Final Quiz should > 80%. When answering questions, please do not use any notes (not even the pocket guide if you received one). Learn the content well and only then attempt the quizzes. The material in this course is the core of vital signs screenings and very important to know.
There is also one discussion post that you must reply to with your own thoughts.
Aayush Visaria, MPH
Contributing Author: David Lo, MBS
North American Disease Intervention (NADI) Co-Founder
Learn. Act. Flow.
*Enrol is the British English version of Enroll. This course is hosted on a European platform.
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