Coronavirus Disease and COVID-19 Tutoring

Coronavirus Disease and COVID-19 Tutoring

Nursing Health Assessment Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Tutoring is available. Other nursing health assessment subjects tutoring is available here during the shut down of colleges and schools.

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Giving Tuesday Disaster Relief Tutor Funding

*****Press Release – RES of Healthcare Online Tutoring, LLC joins the global GivingTuesday movement*****


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RES of Healthcare Online Tutoring, LLC Celebrates GivingTuesday with Disaster Relief Tutor Funding, joining millions around the world participating in the global generosity movement

Worldwide December 3, 2019 – This GivingTuesday, RES of Healthcare Online Tutoring, LLC will inspire generosity by accepting donations to help those in educational need.

GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement, unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and their world. GivingTuesday will kick off the generosity season this year by inspiring people to give back on December 3rd, and throughout the year.

RES of Healthcare Online Tutoring, LLC has joined GivingTuesday to increase the awareness of students needing assistance with education when disasters affect their communities. Our goal is to provide online tutoring assistance to as many as possible. Grade school children are encouraged to use our services. Middle school, high school, college students may apply also as funds are available. Those wanting to advance their knowledge and who are not in a formal course are likewise encouraged to register.


“After-school tutoring programs, care for the elderly, shelters for the homeless, disaster relief work, and a variety of other services would all benefit from government [and community] funding.” stated Tony Campolo.

GivingTuesday was launched in 2012 as a simple idea: to create a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past seven years, this idea has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.


People demonstrate generosity in many ways on GivingTuesday. Whether it’s helping a neighbor or stranger out, showing up for an issue or people we care about, or giving to causes we care about, every act of generosity counts. GivingTuesday has raised billions of dollars for critical causes around the world and gets 14.2 billion impressions on social media from people and organizations speaking up for the causes that matter to them and encouraging others to get involved.


“GivingTuesday inspires people all around the world to embrace their power to drive progress around the causes they care about, not just on one day but throughout the year.” said Asha Curran, GivingTuesday’s CEO, and co-founder. “With country and community leaders, millions of organizations, and countless givers of all kinds, GivingTuesday is creating a shared space where we can see the radical implications of a more generous world.”

Those who are interested in joining RES of Healthcare Online Tutoring, LLC’s GivingTuesday initiative can visit or email Your acceptable forms of donation may include cash, barter, digital currency, labor, and more. For additional details about the GivingTuesday movement, visit the GivingTuesday website (, Facebook page ( or follow @GivingTuesday and #GivingTuesday on Twitter. For youth interested in joining the movement, visit for inspiration and project ideas.


About RES of Healthcare Online Tutoring, LLC

RES of Healthcare Online Tutoring, LLC is an organization providing tutoring to students of all ages and grade levels. Their charity arm reaches out to those in need.

About GivingTuesday

GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past seven years, it has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.


Whether it’s making someone smile, helping a neighbor or stranger out, showing up for an issue or people we care about, or giving some of what we have to those who need our help, every act of generosity counts and everyone has something to give. GivingTuesday strives to build a world in which the catalytic power of generosity is at the heart of the society we build together, unlocking dignity, opportunity and equity around the globe.



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Disaster Relief Tutoring Fund

Disaster Relief Tutoring Fund

Disaster Relief Tutoring Fund

Disaster Relief Tutoring Fund

In the anticipation of natural disasters, we’re asking for donations to assist students who will be affected by the upcoming storms. Disasters may be fire, hurricane, tragedy, earthquake, flood, storm, or tornado. We are an online tutoring service helping as many as we can nationwide. This is our third year volunteering a much-needed service. We provide services from the pre-kindergarten to post-graduate level. Examples of subjects are math, science, English as a second language, health, nursing, Microsoft Office, college admissions assistance/personal statement, employment preparation/resume, and professional speaking.

One student wrote “I was really amazed when one of your tutors helped me with Excel today. I thought it would take hours to solve a problem. Your tutor saved me days of hair-pulling. She helped me to solve my problems within minutes!” Another student typed “Distance teaching is OK with me as long as I learn how to build a web site like I want to!” The third person said, “It is a pleasure to have you tutor our son. He really enjoys the tutoring lessons with you. Thank you.”

Our main expenses are for support staff, textbook, computer, Internet, and telephone services. For each $100 that you donate, you will receive a free and complimentary $15 online tutoring session.

If your family has been affected, please contact us to receive free tutoring for your students.

You may start donating today. A thank-you goes to each one of you for donating your funds. Please tell others, ask about non-bank card payment methods, and contact us for details using the green envelope in the upper right corner of our GoFundMe page. Or you may contact us by clicking on the links below.

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Hurricane Relief Tutoring Fund

Hurricane Relief Tutoring Fund

Our concerns are shared with you as fellow citizens. We are sorry you are affected by recent catastrophe. We are offering tutoring gifts, valued at $400 each. These are available for online tutoring of the following grade levels; kindergarten, grade school, elementary school, middle school, and high school. The gifts will be available from now until December 31, 2018 or until used up. A thank-you goes to our tutoring partner for donating part of the funds. Please contact us for details. Email address is



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According to United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, Medical Assistant is one of the leading careers growing faster than any other occupation today. These Medical Assistants are cross-trained to perform administrative and clinical duties to work alongside other healthcare workers in medical offices and clinics.

If you’ve dreamed of working in the medical field as a healthcare professional, we can make that dream a reality. We are here to help you reach your goal and expand your scope of healthcare.

We have tutoring programs that cater to:

  • Certified Medical Assistant
  • Certified Medication Aide
  • Certified Medication Technician
  • Registered Medical Assistant (RMA)
  • National Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA)
  • Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
  • Pediatric Medical Assistant, Certified (PMAC)
  • Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA)
  • Clinical Medical Assistant
  • Medical Administrative Assistant
  • Medical Office Assistant
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Home Health Aide

We address Tutoring, Exam Preparations such as entrance, in session and exit exams. Didactic Studies, Clinical Studies, Terminology, Mathematics and Arithmetic. We can also help you with Career Counseling and Employment Application. These offers are available online and in-person at certain locations.

So there won’t be a need for you to do this on your own. If you’re comfortable with the idea of relying on us to help you, it’ll be an honor for us and the right choice for you!

Sign up with us now by clicking the link below:


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Health Assessment for Nursing Practice

Health Assessment for Nursing Practice

The 5th edition of Health Assessment for Nursing Practice by Susan Wilson and Jean Giddens. Nursing students these days are pressured by time and busier than before. This book will make your study time easier because the contents are user- friendly, detailed, and efficient for your learning. Click the book below for more info.

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TEAS and HESI Textbooks

Complete Idiot’s Guide To Nursing Entrance Exams
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Idiot’s Guides Basic Math And Pre-Algebra
Idiot’s Guides Basic Math and Pre-Algebra

Basic Math And Pre Algebra For Dummies
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Math For Real Life For Dummies
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Complete Idiot’s Guide To Biology
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Biology Essentials For Dummies
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Complete Idiot’s Guide To Chemistry 3rd Edition
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Chemistry For Dummies
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The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Physics, 2nd Edition

Physics I For Dummies
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Nurses Find Competitive Edge in Continuing Education, review

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(NewsUSA) – In personal and professional life, computer technology impacts even the simplest, everyday tasks. Whether through online bill payment or the seamless integration of global businesses, computer technology offers optimized productivity and the flow of commerce, making it a vital component of success for all businesses.This unwavering dependence on computer technology has spurred the growth of related fields, making the present a great time to earn a degree in computer information systems(CIS). According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in this field is projected to grow by 30 percent from 2008 to 2018, much faster than the average of all occupations, opening the door for those with applicable skills to apply their talents and passion for computing and technology in the workplace.”There are many diverse specializations within CIS,” says Paul Rader, professor, College of Engineering and Information Sciences at DeVry University’s Fremont, Calif., campus.”Professionals trained in CIS can work within a variety of capacities at an organization or company.”DeVry University ( offers nine specializations through its Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems degree program, including:Information SecurityAs more business and retail transactions are completed online, computer security specialists play a vital role in maintaining information security. In this role, individuals are responsible for installing security software, monitoring for network security breaches and responding to cyber attacks. As hacking becomes an increasingly prominent crime, those specializing in this role have become a necessity in the business world. Web Development and AdministrationWeb developers have the opportunity to channel both creative and technical passions into the design, production and implementation of applications for websites.Webmasters or web administrators, on the other hand, are responsible for maintaining websites and their content. In addition, they collect and analyze activity data, traffic patterns and other metrics. System AdministratorNamed one of the best jobs for fast growth by, systems administrators ensure that all components of a network are working together in harmony. As globalization increases, companies rely more heavily on computer networks for business success, and demand for those with skills in this area is on the rise. Systems Analysis and IntegrationAn ideal role for challenge-seekers, systems analysts design and develop new systems, solve problems and integrate systems to perform more efficiently and effectively. They are also tasked with anticipating the needs of a company’s network hardware and ensuring it can meet present and future requirements.Regardless of the industry, all companies rely on individuals with expertise in CIS to continue to grow, develop new products and services and stay one step ahead of their market competitors.

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Trauma Patients at Risk for Hypothermia

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by Charles Bankhead
Staff Writer, MedPage Today

Trauma-associated hypothermia evolves from a combination of injury severity and potentially modifiable environmental and treatment-related factors, French investigators reported.

Higher Revised Trauma Score (RTS) increased the odds of hypothermia by almost 70%. Intubation, lower temperature inside the transport vehicle, and lower infusion fluid temperature also increased the risk.

The risk declined significantly if patients were clothed and did not have a head injury, as reported online in Critical Care.

“Optimal patient management could contribute to limit heat loss or even to increase patient temperature when required,” Frederic Lapostolle, MD, of Hopital Avicenne in Bobigny, France, and co-authors wrote. “Undressing patients should be avoided. Mobile unit temperature and fluid infusion temperature were independently associated with hypothermia. They should be routinely measured.”

In addition, the group pointed out that mobile intensive care units should be equipped with “a warming system “to allow ‘body temperature’ fluid infusion, especially in severely injured patients.”

Trauma patients often have hypothermia on arrival to a hospital, and even moderate hypothermia can adversely affect prognosis. Causes of hypothermia remain unclear, and available data have come largely from hospital registries and retrospective studies.

To identify potential causes of hypothermia in trauma patients, Lapostolle and colleagues performed a prospective, multicenter, observational study involving a regional emergency medical service (EMS) and eight French hospitals.

EMS units in France are equipped for intensive care requirements, including anesthetics, catecholamines, laboratory facilities, and ultrasound, the authors noted. An EMS team consists of an emergency physician, critical care nurse, and a driver who has training in basic life support.

The study included all trauma patients older than 18 who received prehospital care from an EMS team and who were transported to a hospital by an EMS mobile unit.

Investigators recorded the following:

Patients’ demographic and morphologic information
Nature and circumstances of the trauma incident
Patient’s condition upon arrival of the EMS team
Environmental conditions (wind, rain, ground temperature)
Clinical characteristics (wound features, vital signs, RTS, oxygen saturation, tympanic temperature)
Investigators also recorded pertinent aspects of each patient’s care until arrival at the hospital.

The primary endpoint was hypothermia upon arrival at the hospital and the authors defined hypothermia as a body temperature of less than 35°C (95°F).

Data analysis comprised 448 patients, of whom 64 (14%) had a body temperature less than 35°C when they arrived at the hospital. Patients with and without hypothermia did not differ significantly with respect to demographic or morphologic traits.

In a univariate analysis, numerous clinical, environmental, and treatment-related factors were associated with the odds of hypothermia. Multivariate analysis revealed six factors that independently predicted lack of hypothermia on arrival at the hospital:

No intubation: odds ratio 4.23, 95% CI 1.61 to 11.02 (P=0.003)
Revised Trauma Score: OR 1.68, 95% CI 1.29 to 2.20 (P=0.0001)
EMS unit temperature on arrival at site of trauma: OR 1.20, 95% CI 1.04 to 1.38 (P=0.01)
Infusion fluid temperature (>21°C or 69.8°F): OR 1.17, 95% 1.05 to 1.30 (P=0.003)
Patient remaining clothed: OR 0.40, 95% CI 0.18 to 0.90 (P=0.03)
Absence of head injury: OR 0.36, 95% CI 0.16 to 0.83, (P=0.01)

“Routine temperature measurements should help improve the care of trauma victims,” the authors concluded. “When providing early care, EMS should always look for hypothermia. The severity of injury, mobile unit temperature, and medical interventions were risk factors associated with hypothermia on the victim’s arrival at hospital. Mobile unit and infusion fluid temperature should be measured and increased if necessary. Unclothing of patients [often done to examine the patient] should be avoided.”

The authors noted several limitations, including the fact that the results cannot be generalized to all trauma victims because the most severe cases (failure of onsite resuscitation) and least severe cases were not transported in the medically equipped mobile unit.

Also, they did not include outcomes in this study but pointed out that “the relationship between hypothermia and death is now well established.”

They called for a prospective study to assess the effect of warming on patient morbidity and mortality.

The authors reported no conflicts of interest.

Reviewed by Robert Jasmer, MD Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco and Dorothy Caputo, MA, BSN, RN, Nurse Planner

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Nursing Health Assessment Online Tutoring Gift Certificates.
This includes all LPN, LVN, RN, BSN, MSN, DNP, Nursing courses.

Buy one gift certificate for one hour of tutoring and get your second gift certificate free for one hour of tutoring. Your gift certificate is good for 12 months.

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