Infection Control Nursing CE Course
CDC and NY-specific guidelines for infection control
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Health care providers who have been in practice for many years are sometimes confused by the terms of continuing education unit, contact hour, CE hour, CE credits or CEU.
Mostly, professional organizations use the term CE hour as the measurement for mandated continuing education. It is a designation of course time where one hour is equal to 0.10 CEUs. You may also hear that an hour is called a “contract hour” or “classroom hour”, but it can be virtual as well.