Baxter creates dialysis Excellence Academy

  • Deerfield-based Baxter International has launched the PD Excellence Academy, a new virtual training platform and educational resource center to help nurses develop their PD skills to deliver optimal patient care.

    Deerfield-based Baxter International has launched the PD Excellence Academy, a new virtual training platform and educational resource center to help nurses develop their PD skills to deliver optimal patient care. Daily Herald file photo

 
Updated 8/5/2020 8:43 AM

DEERFIELD -- Baxter International has launched the PD Excellence Academy, a new virtual training platform and educational resource center to help nurses develop their PD skills to deliver optimal patient care.

The platform also offers a benefit to employers, including dialysis clinic administrators and nephrologists, who now have an additional resource available to develop and retain talent. As home dialysis rates continue to rise, so does the demand for nurses who have the expertise to successfully manage a PD program.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

With the increasing need for virtual education due to COVID-19, the PD Excellence Academy training resources were designed to provide standardized, evidence-based and actionable curriculum in a convenient and easily accessible format. The interactive e-Learning modules allow nurses to progress at their own pace and are complemented by live and on-demand webinars led by thought leaders who share perspectives on related topics.

To learn more about the PD Excellence Academy program and to register for the launch webinar, visit https://www.pdempowers.com/hcp/academy.

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