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CE Contact Hours: 1.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $0.00 member / $60.00 nonmember




 

FREE for Members, EXPIRES 4/30/14

Rhonda Morgan, RN, DNP, CEN, CNRN, CCNS, APN
 
In this previously recorded webinar, the presenter will discuss methods for preventing healthcare-associated infections.
 
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
  1. I am able to recall the major types and incidence of healthcare-associated infections.
  2. I am able to outline the role that ED nurses have in the prevention of healthcare-associated infections.
  3. I am able to recall strategies for common healthcare-associated infections, indications and non-indications.
  4. I am able to recall strategies for implementating the TJC National Patient Safety Goal #7.
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 1.25
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $0.00 member / $60.00 nonmember




 

FREE for Members, EXPIRES 6/30/14
 
Lisa L. Gilmore, MSN/Ed, RN, CEN, CPEN 
 
The purpose of this eLearning program is to discuss blood flow pathways in fetal circulation, cyanotic and non-cyanotic heart lesions and the processess for stabilizing infants with congenital heart lesions.

 
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to: 
 1. I am able to identify blood flow pathways during fetal circulation.
 2. I am able to recall at least two acyanotic heart lesions.
 3. I am able to recall at least two cyanotic heart lesions.
 4. I am able to describe processess for stabilization of the infant with a congenital heart lesion. 
 
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 1.00
CE Category: Leadership

Pricing: $0.00 member / $60.00 nonmember




 

FREE for Members, EXPIRES 5/31/14
 
Jeffrey Strickler, MA, RN, CEN, CFRN 
 
The purpose of this previously recorded webinar is to discuss strategies for improving quality and service in the emergency department.
 
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to: 
 1. I am able to recall key strategies to improve customer service in the emergency department (ED).
 2. I am able to recall current quality influences impacting care in the ED.
 3. I am able to recall quality and service concepts as it relates to their own practice.
 
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 1.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $0.00 member / $60.00 nonmember




 

FREE for Members, EXPIRES 7/31/14
 
Rhonda Morgan, DNP, RN, CEN, CNRN, CCNS, APN 
 
The purpose of this eLearning program is to discuss pediatric strokes including incidence, demographics and groups at risk. Pediatric stroke presentation, common onset symptoms, stoke mimics, initial care recommendations and diagnostics are also discussed.

 
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to: 
 1. I am able to recall the incidence and etiology of pediatric strokes.
 2. I am able to recall the presentation, diagnostics and interventions for early management of pediatric strokes.
 3. I am able to describe the pre-existing conditions and other risks which impact pediatric stroke.
 4. I am able to outline evidence-based strategies and guidelines for pediatric stroke management.
 
 
 
CE Contact Hours: 1.00
CE Category: Clinical

Pricing: $0.00 member / $60.00 nonmember




 

FREE for Members, EXPIRES 8/31/14
 
Michael D. Gooch, MSN, RN, CEN, CFRN, ACNP-BC, FNP-BC, EMT-P 
 
The Advance Practice Nurse (APN) is tasked with rapidly assessing, diagnosing, and managing a variety of patients in the ED. Genitourinary (GU) complaints are commonly seen in all age groups. Some patients may present complaining of pain or various other symptoms. With knowledge and skill the APN can assess, order the appropriate diagnostics, and manage the patient's symptoms.
 
 
Upon completion of this eLearning course, the participant will be able to: 
 1. I am able to recall the primary five anatomical structures of the Genitourinary (GU) tract and their physiological function.
 2. I am able to identify the clinical manifestations associated with five common GU disorders encountered in the ED.
 3. I am able to outline a plan of care to manage a patient presenting with one of five GU complaints.
 
 
 

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