Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma Nursing CE Course
Parent education and pediatric assessment
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Aspects of preoperative care including patient safety and sedation levels
The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the nature of concussions: their definition, pathophysiology, signs/symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. This module will also review the clinical sequelae that can result as a consequence of repeated concussions and highlights prevention and management strategies.
Identification and assessment of harmful symptoms and behaviors
The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to identify the most common disorders identified in the standard newborn screen and identify key issues that pertain to nurses working with this population for each disorder. It will also enable the learner to discuss the future of newborn screening, the education necessary for, and resources available to the patients with these disorders and their families.
The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to review and enhance their knowledge about celiac disease and to apply that information to their practice area to provide quality patient care.
The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to review and enhance their knowledge about multiple myeloma, care of the cancer patient, and review treatment options to provide quality patient care.
The learner will review and strengthen their knowledge in caring for a critically ill patient with acute respiratory distress syndrome, while examining the roles of the intensive care unit and the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, enhancing skill knowledge in the use of mechanical ventilators, artificial airways, and tracheostomy suction and cares.
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.