Signs and symptoms of asthma, diagnosis and assessment, pharmacologic treatments, long-term management, complications, and managing asthma attacks.
Preparation and response to an act of terrorism involving biological, chemical, or nuclear weapons, methods of protection for healthcare providers and patients, and the role of the Health Alert Network.
REQUIRED FOR NEVADA RN/LPN Fulfills Nevada bioterrorism CE requirement. Prepare for and respond effectively to an act of bioterrorism involving WMDs, methods of protection for nurses and patients, and the role of HAN and NVHAN.
Bipolar disorder signs and symptoms, medical diagnostic process and criteria, treatment modalities, management, and effective communication techniques for working with individuals with bipolar disorder.
This course covers the requirements for annual bloodborne pathogens training as outlined by OSHA. Includes information on transmission and protection; HBV, HCV, HIV, and Ebola; personal protective equipment (PPE) and procedures.
Effects of stress on the body; types of job stress common in healthcare workers; symptoms and stages of burnout; prevention strategies; actions for responding to burnout.
REQUIRED FOR NEW YORK MANDATED REPORTERS This course fulfills the requirement for training in identifying and reporting child abuse, child maltreatment, and child neglect for mandated reporters in New York State. Approved by NYSED.
REQUIRED FOR RN/LPN/ARNP 2-hour course approved by the Iowa Department of Public Health providing evidence-based information and tools for accurately identifying and reporting child abuse in Iowa, as required by Iowa state laws for mandatory reporters. Fulfills the 2-hour CE requirement for nurses who regularly examine, attend, counsel, or treat children in Iowa.
REQUIRED FOR PA NURSES – LICENSE RENEWAL Fulfills the Act 31 requirement for nurses and other mandated reporters in Pennsylvania for 2 hours of training in recognizing and reporting child abuse. Approved by PA.
REQUIRED FOR PA NURSES – INITIAL LICENSURE Fulfills the Act 31 requirement for nurses and other mandated reporters in Pennsylvania for 3 hours of training in recognizing and reporting child abuse. Approved by PA.
Recognizing indicators of child abuse, child neglect, and child maltreatment; contributing risk factors; mandated reporting requirements and procedures.
Causes and forms of COPD, characteristics, effects of smoking, long-term treatment and management, pulmonary rehabilitation, treatment of acute exacerbations.
Caring for patients with or at risk for CAD. Course covers pathophysiology, clinical presentations, risk factors and prevention measures, assessment and diagnosis, complications and comorbidities, emergency treatment, and management of acute/chronic coronary artery disease.
Development, diagnosis, treatment regiments, and management of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM); interventions to avoid acute and chronic complications.
3-hour CE course on the health effects of domestic violence. Learn about the types of domestic violence, including IPV, how to recognize signs and symptoms, documenting and reporting suspected abuse, and actions to protect victims.
REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA RN/LPN/CNS/ARNP Fulfills the Florida requirement for 2 hours of continuing education on domestic violence for RNs, LPNs, CNSs, and ARNPs. We report to CE Broker.
REQUIRED FOR KENTUCKY NURSES Fulfills KY requirement. Dynamics of domestic violence, effects on adults and child victims, legal remedies for protection, lethality and risk issues, model protocols for addressing domestic violence, community resources and victim services, and KY reporting requirements.
Emergency cardiac care guidelines for basic life support (BLS), advanced cardiovascular life support (ACLS); overview of recognizing acute coronary syndromes.
End-of-Life Care CE course for nurses, 6 contact hours, on palliative care and hospice; postmortem care and bereavement. Provides guidance in caring for and supporting your terminal patient and their family; covers pain management, ethical, legal, and psychosocial issues.
REQUIRED FOR TEXAS NURSES Fulfills the 2-hour continuing education requirement for Texas nurses practicing in an ED setting regarding forensic evidence collection.
REQUIRED: SEE APPROVED LICENSES Fulfills the 1-hour HIV/AIDS continuing education requirement for RNs, LPNs, and CNAs in Florida. Overview of incidence, etiology, HIV transmission, testing, FL testing and informed consent laws, occupational infection control measures, and clinical management of HIV/AIDS.
Comprehensive review of HIV/AIDS. Covers etiology and epidemiology, transmission and infection control, testing, clinical manifestations and treatment, legal and ethical issues, and psychosocial issues.
REQUIRED FOR RN/LPN/ARNP LICENSURE Fulfills the requirement for 7 hours of HIV/AIDS training in Washington State. Covers transmission of HIV, infection control, WA laws concerning confidentiality and testing, clinical manifestations and treatment, psychosocial issues, and legal and ethical issues.
Transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of seasonal flu; 2016-2017 vaccines; preventing the spread of influenza viruses.
Responding to and managing care for persons experiencing mental health crises and emergencies associated with mood, anxiety, anger, substance use, and major mental illness.
REQUIRED FOR TEXAS NURSES Fulfills Texas requirement for nurses whose practice includes older adult or geriatric populations. Goals of care for the older adult; physiologic, cognitive, and psychosocial changes of aging; assessment; risks; medication use and misuse; elder abuse, and end-of-life care.
Overview of the clinical aspects of organ and tissue donation and recovery, focusing on the barriers to organ and tissue procurement and ways to overcome those barriers, and role of nurses.
REQUIRED FOR NEW JERSEY NURSES Fulfills NJ requirement for 1 CH on clinical aspects of organ and tissue donation and recovery.
Managing pain: understanding the experience of pain, providing appropriate assessment and ethical interventions for pain, and issues of consideration related to opioid use.
REQUIRED FOR MICHIGAN NURSES Understanding and responding to misuse, abuse, and diversion of opioids in providing pain management; assessing risk for substance abuse disorders; efforts to addresss the problem. Fulfills requirement for 1 CH in pain and symptom management for nurses licensed in Michigan.
REQUIRED FOR NEW MEXICO APN Fulfills the New Mexico Medical Board requirement for 5 hours of CE on the management of noncancer pain for advanced practice nurses.
REQUIRED FOR OREGON RN/LPN/NP Fulfills OR 6-hour CE requirement. Pain management: its nature, sources, assessment, interventions, documentation. Ethical/legal issues; effects upon various groups of people.
Recognition and prevention of pediatric AHT (pediatric abusive head trauma). Definition and terminology, risk factors, presentation, assessment, and diagnosis; intervention and prevention strategies; reporting.
REQUIRED FOR KENTUCKY NURSES Fulfills the Kentucky Board of Nursing CE requirement for 1.5 hours of continuing education on recognizing and preventing pediatric abusive head trauma (“shaken baby syndrome”).
Public health issues associated with pertussis; prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and complications.
Common pregnancy complications; risk factors, signs and symptoms, medical management and nursing care, maternal and fetal implications, patient teaching.
Risk factors for developing pressure injuries and ulcers; prevention, assessment, and treatment, including staging pressure ulcers, effective wound treatment, management, and healing.
Comprehensive overview on preventing medical errors in the practice setting, including populations of special vulnerability, strategies and interventions, root cause analysis, documentation and communication.
REQUIRED: SEE APPROVED LICENSES This course fulfills the 2-hour Florida requirement for reporting and prevention of medical errors. Covers preventing medical errors in the practice setting; populations of special vulnerability, strategies and interventions, root cause analysis, and Florida’s medical error reporting requirements.
Epidemiology, modes of transmission, diagnostic methods, treatment options, protection, and prevention of the most common STDs.
Anatomical alterations, pathophysiology, diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment options, emphasizing acute care and initial rehabilitation, for patients who have experienced a stroke.
REQUIRED FOR WA RN/LPN/ARNP6-hour training approved by WA DOH on how to assess and determine risk for suicide, and appropriate treatment and management for at-risk individuals.
How to assess and determine risk for suicide, appropriate treatment and management for at-risk patients, and public health strategies for suicide prevention. Includes epidemiologic data, risk factors, protective factors, and interventions specific to the veteran population.
REQUIRED FOR WV NURSES Fulfills WV requirement for 2 hours of continuing education on mental health conditions common to veterans and family members of veterans. This course provides an overview of suicide risk factors, screening and assessment, prevention strategies, and management of the patient at risk for suicide.
TB infections, testing and treatment options, and infection control and prevention measures for the public and other healthcare providers.
Signs and symptoms of West Nile virus fever and diseases; risk factors, transmission, prevention, and treatment of West Nile virus infections.
Wound assessment, treatment, and management for patients with acute and chronic wounds in various clinical settings.