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Advanced Pain Management Part II: Non-Opioid Pain Management Nursing CEU Course

Part two of the advanced pain management CEU courses from NursingCE.com examines non-opioid pharmacological approaches as well as non-pharmacological pain management. This course is designed to provide ceus for advance practice nurses to help improve treatment options and outcomes through a multifaceted approach.   Improving quality of life despite chronic pain is a

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Pharmacology

Advanced Pain Management for Nurses

Pain management is an essential skill in nursing. Pain is often referred to as the fifth vital sign although the benefit of this has come under some scrutiny in light of the opioid crisis and over prescribing issues. However, understanding pain and its effects on basic physical and mental health

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Pharmacology

Continuing Education for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses

Advance practice nurses have either a master’s degree, a post master’s certificate, or a doctorate in nursing which is practice focused in one of four specialty areas. These specialties are Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Nurse Midwives, and Nurse Anesthetists. Most states consider the APRN license as a separate entity

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Nursing Industry

Preview of New APRN Osteoporosis CEU Course

A few new courses for Advance Practice RNs have appeared on the Nursing CE.com site and more are in the process of being published. These courses have been designed specifically with APRNs in mind. The APRN credential is considered separate from the RN licensure and must be renewed separately as required by rules specific to

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Nursing Industry

Should Older Nurses Retire Early?

This is an age-old question and discussion. On one side, who wouldn’t want to retire early if they could? Travel, spend more time with grandchildren, garden, enjoy a hobby, live a leisure life sounds divine. On the other, knowledge, experience and wisdom are not easily replaced. Most nurses will tell

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