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CE Contact Hours: 18.00
CE Category: Clinical

$175 member / $275 nonmember






CEN Review Web Series Module 1: Shock and Hematological Emergencies
CEN Review Web Series Module 2: Cardiovascular Emergencies
CEN Review Web Series Module 3: Respiratory Emergencies
CEN Review Web Series Module 4: Gastrointestinal, Gynecological, Genitourinary, and Obstetrical Emergencies
CEN Review Web Series Module 5: Toxicological and Environmental Emergencies
CEN Review Web Series Module 6: Orthopedic and Wound Emergencies
CEN Review Web Series Module 7: Neurological and Endocrine Emergencies
CEN Review Web Series Module 8: Maxillofacial and Ocular Emergencies and Infectious Diseases
CEN Review Web Series Module 9: Professional Issues and Psychological and Social Emergencies
 
6 month license: EXPIRES 6 months from purchase date
 
This nine-module review course presented by Jeff Solheim, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, CFRN, FAEN, is intended to help prepare the registered nurse to sit for the CEN® exam.  This program consists of nine on-demand, 120-minute modules all available for viewing anytime at your convenience.

Successfully complete the evaluation and test questions with seven or more correct responses and earn 2.0 contact hours per module for the opportunity to earn 18.0 total contact hours. Register today and take advantage of our six month license to complete the course.
 
Also available group rate:
Complete series, group registration: $500 (up to 20 registrants per site license). Please select "Group Registration" below.

Note to group primary registrant/educator:
Group registration is limited to 20 participants and the names and e-mails of all participants must be submitted at the time of registration. The primary registrant/educator is responsible for distributing (forwarding) the modules via e-mail to the participants in his or her group.

For more information, please contact ENA at elearning@ena.org
 
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CE Contact Hours: 15.21
CE Category: Clinical

$250 member / $350 nonmember






Geriatric Emergency Nursing Education (GENE)
 

GENE is a comprehensive online evidence-based course that helps improve patient outcomes for older adults. The course provides best geriatric practices from triage to discharge as well as patient and family education.

Topics Include:
·         Assessment of the Older Adult in the Emergency Department
·         Environmental and Toxicological Emergencies
·         Infectious Diseases
·         Musculoskeletal, Integumentary, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, Endocrine, Hematological, and Nervous Systems
·         Mental Health
·         Pain Management
·         Trauma and Falls
 
Group Pricing:
 
·         2 – 9  $250 each
·         10 – 99  $225 each
·         100 – 499  $200 each
·         500 +  $175 each

If you have questions please contact: gene@ena.org or 847-460-4055
 
To access GENE after purchasing:
1. Go to www. ENA.org
2. Go to Education
3. Select Go to Personal Learning Page
4. Log in
 
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CE Contact Hours: 2.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $30.00 member / $50.00 nonmember




 

This module focuses on the pathophysiology of various shock states as well as the nurse’s role in assessment, interventions and evaluation of care when caring for the patient with shock. Hematological emergencies such as anemia, sick cell disease and clotting disorders are also covered.

Topics include:

  • Hypovolemic shock
  • Cardiogenic shock
  • Distributive shock
  • Obstructive shock
  • Polycythemia and anemia
  • Neutropenic emergencies
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Clotting disorders
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 2.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $30.00 member / $50.00 nonmember




 

This module will assist participants to understand the various diseases and injuries that influence the cardiovascular system as well as the medications used to treat them.  Participants will be introduced to assessments and interventions that are appropriate methods for evaluating care given to patients with cardiovascular disorders.

Topics include:   
  • Assessment of the cardiovascular system
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Infections of the cardiovascular system
  • Aortic disorders
  • Peripheral vascular disorders
  • Cardiovascular trauma    
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 2.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $30.00 member / $50.00 nonmember




 

This module covers a wide range of topics including trauma to the respiratory system, chronic respiratory disorders and acute respiratory problems.  This session will also cover the pathophysiology of respiratory disorders, respiratory system assessments, interventions for respiratory disorders and evaluation of the care given to patients with respiratory problems.

Topics include:

  • Pulmonary embolus
  •  Pulmonary infections
  •  Airway emergencies
  •  COPD
  •  Pulmonary trauma
  •  Pulmonary edema
  •  Arterial blood gas interpretation
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 2.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $30.00 member / $50.00 nonmember




 

This module begins with disorders of the esophagus and moves through the gastrointestinal tract, covering disorders of the stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas, gall bladder and peritoneum.  Pathophysiology of the illnesses will be covered as well as assessment techniques, interventions for each disorder and evaluation of the care given for each disorder. Problems specific to the male and female genitourinary systems will be presented.  Pregnancy related problems, ranging from the first week of pregnancy through delivery and neonatal resuscitation will also be covered.

Topics include:
  • Abdominal assessments
  • Esophageal diseases
  • Stomach diseases
  • Diseases of the hepatic tree
  • Intestinal diseases
  • Genitourinary infections and trauma
  • Genitourinary problems specific to males and females
  • Assessment of the pregnant patient
  • Complications encountered in the pregnant patient
  • Precipitous delivery and post-delivery care
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 2.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $30.00 member / $50.00 nonmember




 

On the CEN® exam, emergency nurses must be familiar with toxicological emergencies without the assistance of poison control.  Emergency nurses are also faced with patients who present with a wide range of injuries related to environmental conditions such as heat, cold, animals, water and noxious substances.  This session is designed to prepare participants to answer questions related to these conditions, including assessment, intervention and evaluation of care.

Topics include:
  • Sympathomimetic overdoses
  • Cholinergic and anticholinergic overdoses
  • Sedative/hypnotic overdoses
  • Opioid overdoses
  • Medicinal overdoses
  • Non-medicinal overdoses
  • Heavy metal overdoses
  • Heat- and cold-related injuries
  • Animal-related injuries
  • Diving injuries
  • Thermal, chemical and electrical burns
 
 

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