Master CE Package for APRNs

Earn access to all of the CEs and all of the ANCC Pharmacology contact hours that are most relevant to NPs, APRNs and FNPs. You will have access to the courses in this package for 1 full year.

Courses inside this package:
  1. Acute Myocardial Infarction for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  2. The purpose of this course is to review the pathophysiology of AMI and explore the current AMI diagnosis and treatment guidelines according to the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, as well as the European Society of Cardiology.

  3. Acute Pharyngitis for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  4. The purpose of this course is to ensure that APRNs understand various conditions of the throat, including group A Streptococcus, and how to manage the care of patients suffering from sore throats.

  5. Alzheimer's Disease: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Research for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  6. The purpose of this module is to review the latest national and international recommendations regarding the diagnosis and management of Alzheimer’s disease in order to enhance the APRN’s knowledge and understanding of this complex and common phenomenon.

  7. Anabolic Steroids Nursing CE Course
  8. The purpose of this activity is to inform the learner of the intended usages and potential detrimental effects of the abuse of anabolic steroids.

  9. Anxiety Disorders Nursing CE Course
  10. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand and identify ways he/she can incorporate new methods and evidence-based practice when caring for patients with an anxiety disorder. The nurse should also be able to understand factors that can contribute to anxiety disorders and appropriate nursing interventions, and treatment.

  11. Interdisciplinary Wound Care Nursing CE Course
  12. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to define current standards in wound care and the interdisciplinary team’s role in delivery of wound care and prevention that promotes positive patient outcomes.

  13. Diets Decoded: The Nuts and Bolts of Nutrition Nursing CE Course
  14. The purpose of this learning activity is to help nurses and other related healthcare professionals have a clearer understanding of the details, risks, and benefits associated with some of the more common dietary plans popular with patients in the United States today.

  15. Safe and Effective Prescription of Controlled Substances
  16. Managing tolerance, dependence, addiction, and patient expectations

  17. Concussion Diagnosis and Treatment Nursing CE Course
  18. 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.

  19. Depression Nursing CE Course
  20. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to define current standards in the assessment and treatment of depression.

  21. Cholesterol Nursing CE Course
  22. The purpose of this course is designed for nurses to understand the pathophysiology, risk and protective factors, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment/management (both dietary changes and pharmacology), nursing care/implications, and future research/trends in Cholesterol Management, Coaching, and Patient Education.

  23. Chronic Kidney Disease Nursing CE Course
  24. This course is designed to help the nurse recognize and manage chronic kidney disease.

  25. Correctional Nursing CE Course
  26. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand and identify the role of a correctional nurse, as well as the associated challenges and opportunities specific to this specialty.

  27. Intensive Care Unit Part 2 Nursing CE Course
  28. To enhance knowledge of common problems and complications of critical care patients. Specifically reviewing sepsis, skincare and wound prevention, delirium, pain management, and venous thromboembolism prophylaxis.

  29. Newborn Screening Nursing CE Course
  30. 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.

  31. Nursing Documentation Nursing CE Course
  32. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of nursing documentation, outlining the professional standards, most common documentation errors and legal risks of nursing documentation in the face of evolving technology and reliance on electronic medical records.

  33. Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 4: The Management of Severe Asthma: Biologics, Asthma Exacerbations, Special Populations, and Referral Considerations Nursing CE Course
  34. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all APRNs within primary care and emergency medicine fields are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the management of severe cases of asthma, exacerbations, and special populations into their practice.

  35. Asthma Nursing CE Course for RNs and LPNs Part 3: The Assessment and Pharmacological Treatment of Mild-to-Moderate Asthma Nursing CE Course
  36. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all nurses within primary care, pediatrics, pulmonary, and emergency medicine fields are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the assessment and pharmacological management of asthma into their practice.

  37. Asthma Nursing CE Course for RNs and LPNs Part 1: Pathophysiology, Risk Factors, and Diagnosis Nursing CE Course
  38. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all nurses are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, risk factors, and diagnosis of asthma into their practice.

  39. Asthma Nursing CE Course Part 2: The Nonpharmacological Treatment of Asthma (All Users) Nursing CE Course
  40. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all nurses within the primary care and emergency medicine fields are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the nonpharmacological management options of asthma such as lifestyle modifications, immunotherapy, and procedural options into their practice.

  41. Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 4: The Management of Severe Asthma: Biologics, Asthma Exacerbations, Special Populations, and Referral Considerations Nursing CE Course
  42. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all APRNs within primary care and emergency medicine fields are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the management of severe cases of asthma, exacerbations, and special populations into their practice.

  43. Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 3: The Assessment and Pharmacological Treatment of Mild-to-Moderate Asthma Nursing CE Course
  44. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all APRNs within primary care and emergency medicine fields are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the assessment and pharmacological management of asthma into their practice.

  45. Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 1: Pathophysiology, Risk Factors, and Diagnosis Nursing CE Course
  46. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all APRNs within primary care and emergency medicine fields are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, risk factors, and diagnosis of asthma into their practice.

  47. Arthritis Nursing CE Course
  48. This course is designed to update nurses on current knowledge and health care practice guidelines for patients experiencing arthritic disease with a focus on osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and inclusion of brief information on gout, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, Sjogren’s syndrome, adult-onset Still’s disease, reactive arthritis, palindromic rheumatism, systemic scleroderma, polymyalgia rheumatica, and juvenile arthritis.

  49. Aquatic Toxins Nursing CE Course
  50. The purpose of this activity is to enhance the learner’s knowledge of aquatic toxins in fresh and saltwater and the risks for human illness.

  51. Anemia: Diagnosing, Classifying, and Managing Anemia in Adults Nursing CE Course
  52. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of anemia in the adult patient, outlining the classification of the various types of anemia, most common etiologies, and a systematic approach to diagnosis, evaluation, and management.

  53. Alzheimer's Disease: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Research for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  54. The purpose of this module is to review the latest national and international recommendations regarding the diagnosis and management of Alzheimer’s disease in order to enhance the nurse’s knowledge and understanding of this complex and common phenomenon.

  55. Acute Pharyngitis for RNs & LPNs Nursing CE Course
  56. The purpose of this course is to ensure that nurses understand various conditions of the throat, including group A Streptococcus, and how to manage the care of patients suffering from sore throats.

  57. Acute Myocardial Infarction for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  58. The purpose of this course is to review the pathophysiology of AMI and explore the current AMI diagnosis and treatment guidelines by the ACC, AHA and ESC.

  59. Autism Spectrum Disorder Nursing CE Course
  60. Diagnostic criteria for ASD, signs, symptoms, and treatments

  61. Avoiding Nurse Burnout Nursing CE Course
  62. The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with information and current evidence-based best practices for avoiding nurse burnout.

  63. Postoperative Complications Nursing CE Course
  64. This course is designed to help the nurse prevent, recognize, and manage commonly identified postoperative complications.

  65. Hyperemesis Gravidarum Nursing CE Course
  66. The purpose of this activity is to update the participant on current knowledge regarding the disorder of hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) in pregnancy.

  67. Disaster Planning Nursing CE Course
  68. The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with an overview of disaster preparedness education and evidence-based practice surrounding disaster planning and disaster/mass casualty response.

  69. Food Allergies Nursing CE Course
  70. To impart an evidence-based update on food allergies and sensitivities, emergency treatment of an individual having a reaction to a food allergy, and long-term management of individuals with food allergies.

  71. Hepatitis Nursing CE Course
  72. The learner will understand the short-term and long-term impact of viral hepatitis, identify risk factors, and modes of transmission to assist the learner with the implementation of health promotion and health restoration activities to reduce the transmission of hepatitis and promote healing to infected persons.

  73. Hospital Acquired Infections Nursing CE Course
  74. The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with information on the causes of and current evidence-based best practices for the prevention and treatment of hospital acquired infections.

  75. Childhood Obesity Nursing CE Course
  76. The purpose of this CE is to highlight the plight of childhood obesity, address how to identify obesity in children, understand risk factors and psychosocial triggers associated with childhood obesity and address emotional effects on children. Additionally, the long-term physical effects and preventive strategies will be discussed.

  77. Nurse Turnover and Retention Nursing CE Course
  78. The purpose of this activity is to explore the problems and benefits associated with nurse turnover and retention within an organization and the impact on patient outcomes.

  79. Case Management Nursing CE Course
  80. The purpose of this educational activity is to inform the reader about the history and role that the nurse case manager provides to patients in different healthcare settings.

  81. Ebola Nursing CE Course
  82. The purpose of this education is to inform the reader regarding Ebola virus disease and Marburg hemorrhagic fever as well as provide general instruction regarding the identification and treatment of the virus.

  83. Pregnancy and Postpartum Mental Health Nursing CE Course
  84. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand the risk factors, screening, and management of care of pregnancy and postpartum psychiatric illness

  85. Metabolic Syndrome Nursing CE Course
  86. The purpose of this activity is to enhance nurses’ knowledge of metabolic syndrome and identify patients who are at risk.

  87. Financial Toxicity in Cancer Care Nursing CE Course
  88. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the rising costs of cancer and its treatment, outline the multifaceted aspects of cancer-related financial toxicities, and review nursing strategies to mitigate this undertreated and growing problem.

  89. Heart Failure Nursing CE Course
  90. The purpose of this module is to provide nurses with up-to-date information on the causes and treatments of chronic heart failure.

  91. Multiple Myeloma Nursing CE Course
  92. 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.

  93. HIV/AIDS Nursing CE Course
  94. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand the progression of HIV or AIDS, how to care for and treat patients impacted by the disease, and to further satisfy the state requirement for healthcare providers to complete a seven-credit course.

  95. Next Generation NCLEX Nursing CE Course
  96. The purpose of this activity is to explore the upcoming changes to the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for LPNs and RNs and the implications of these changes for nurse educators and nursing programs.

  97. Nursing Informatics Nursing CE Course
  98. The purpose of this activity is to provide the learner with an opportunity to review historical perspectives of nursing informatics, discuss how nursing informatics impacts current bedside nursing practice, and consider the future of nursing informatics.

  99. Plagiarism and Academic Integrity Nursing CE Course course
  100. The purpose of this module is to explore academic integrity and its role in nursing education and the competency of nurses entering the profession.

  101. Nursing Leadership Nursing CE Course
  102. The purpose of this activity is to explore current trends and issues related to nursing leadership and management.

  103. Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Nursing CE Course
  104. The purpose of this module is to review the critical components of cancer prevention, risk reduction, and early detection, outlining the evidence-based American Cancer Society (ACS) cancer screening guidelines and recommendations, and the role of the advanced practice nurse.

  105. New Nurse Graduate Survival Nursing CE Course
  106. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to acquire a basic knowledge of the issues related to the new graduate nurse and role transition.

  107. Cancer Survivorship Nursing CE Course
  108. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of cancer survivorship as a formal component of the cancer care continuum, outlining the core components of survivorship care, and the importance of ensuring survivors receive high-quality, comprehensive, and coordinated care.

  109. Irritable Bowel Syndrome for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  110. The purpose of this activity is to examine patients diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and to facilitate the optimal care of these patients.

  111. New Nurse Educator Survival Guide Nursing CE Course
  112. The purpose of this activity is to assist the learner in meeting the challenges of transitioning from the role of the clinical nurse to the role of an academic educator.

  113. Diabetes in Pregnancy Nursing CE Course
  114. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand pregestational and gestational diabetes pathophysiology, diagnosis and management.

  115. Childhood ADHD Nursing CE Course
  116. The purpose of this activity is to understand attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, identify the criteria for diagnosis, understand risks associated with ADHD, and understand the physical and emotional effects of ADHD on children. We will also discuss the comorbidities that accompany ADHD. Additionally, the treatment options for ADHD will be examined and research trends will be discussed to further aid in understanding the future of ADHD.

  117. Personality Disorders Nursing CE Course
  118. The purpose of this activity is to assist the learner in safely and effectively caring for patients with personality disorders.

  119. Osteoporosis for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  120. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of osteoporosis, the diagnostic workup and clinical criteria for diagnosis, nonpharmacologic, and pharmacologic treatment options, as well as a summary of evidence-based prevention and screening guidelines to enhance the APRN's understanding of the condition and improve patient outcomes.

  121. Pediatric Fever for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  122. This article will provide a brief overview of the assessment, triage, and management of the pediatric patient with a fever.

  123. Cardiovascular Health and Prescribing for the Diabetic Patient for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  124. The purpose of this module is to describe the pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), review the national guidelines for optimum cardiovascular (CV) health in diabetes, and describe the American Diabetes Association (ADA) evidence-based prescribing recommendations.

  125. Hypertension Management for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  126. The purpose of this activity is to assist the APRN in safely and effectively managing patients with hypertension.

  127. End-of-Life Care and Pain Management (with Ethical Issues) Nursing CE Course
  128. The purpose of this module is to describe the various facets of end-of- life care and the surrounding ethical issues accompanying care of the terminally ill patient nearing the end-of-life.

  129. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Nursing CE Course
  130. The purpose of this module is to explore the prevalence and incidence of HPV, current guidelines, and recommendations for screenings and treatment. The healthcare professional should understand the importance of HPV vaccination and barriers for adolescents and young adults.

  131. Travel Nursing CE Course
  132. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand and identify characteristics of a successful travel nurse, understand factors affecting employment, considerations when choosing an agency, be able to professionally handle conflict within the workplace, and understand the importance of knowing their contract.

  133. Child Maltreatment Nursing CE Course
  134. The purpose of this course is to ensure that nurses understand the New York State laws pertaining to child maltreatment and their role in identifying and reporting potential cases of maltreatment.

  135. Nursing Education at a Distance Nursing CE Course
  136. The purpose of this module is to explore online nursing education and the opportunities for alternative delivery of program curriculum by nurse educators.

  137. Nursing Prioritization Nursing CE Course
  138. The purpose of this module is to discuss the nurse's role in safe and effective patient care through prioritization and delegation.

  139. Pediatric Fever for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  140. This article will provide a brief overview of the assessment, triage, and management of the pediatric patient with a fever.

  141. Critical Thinking Nursing CE Course
  142. The purpose of this activity is to elucidate the concept of critical thinking, explore why it is a crucial skill in nurses and strategies to teach and foster this skill in student and novice nurses.

  143. Eating Disorders Nursing CE Course
  144. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to define the basic knowledge and management of patients with eating disorders.

  145. Psychotic Disorders for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  146. The purpose of this course is to examine the most common types of psychotic disorders prevalent throughout the US, reviewing the impact, risk factors, diagnostic criteria, and treatment modalities.

  147. Forensic Evidence Collection for Sexual Assault Victims (Kentucky) Nursing CE Course
  148. This module aims to outline the trauma-informed care of victims of sexual violence, including assessment, forensic evidence collection procedures, documentation, and a brief overview of providing testimony. This course also satisfies the requirements for nurses practicing in the state of Kentucky for sexual assault, forensic medicine, or domestic violence continuing education.

  149. Hypertension Management for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  150. The purpose of this activity is to assist the nurse in safely and effectively managing patients with hypertension.

  151. Pain Management Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 2: The Non-Opioid Management of Pain
  152. The purpose of this module is to review non-pharmacological pain reduction strategies, as well as the non-opioid pharmacological treatment of pain to enhance the knowledge and clinical skill of the advanced practice nurse providing care to patients with pain.

  153. Palliative Care for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  154. This module will focus on the components of palliative care and the palliative care delivery process with specific strategies and interventions for the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) to utilize as a means to control distressing symptoms of serious illness, enhance comfort, and improve quality of life throughout the duration of the illness.

  155. Psychotic Disorders for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  156. The purpose of this course is to examine the most common types of psychotic disorders prevalent throughout the US, reviewing the impact, risk factors, diagnostic process, and treatment modalities.

  157. Diabetes for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  158. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the pathophysiology of the three primary types of diabetes, the risk factors, and the current diagnostic and management guidelines.

  159. The Nurse's Role in the Opioid Epidemic Nursing CE Course
  160. This 1-hour course discusses prescription opioid drugs, including alternatives to opioids for managing and treating pain, and the risks and signs of opioid abuse, addiction, and diversion. The purpose of this activity is to review terminology regarding the opioid epidemic and examine the pathophysiology, contributing factors, clinical manifestations, evaluation, and evidence-based management strategies of opioid misuse.

  161. Bariatric Surgery Nursing CE Course
  162. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand bariatric surgery as an option to treat obesity and how to care for and treat patients during the perioperative period.

  163. Basic Laboratory Values for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  164. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the most common laboratory tests, their normal ranges, and clinical indications.

  165. Behavioral Health Nursing CE Course
  166. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand and identify characteristics of a successful behavioral health nurse, understand components of the Joint Commission standards for behavioral health accreditation, and briefly review the National Patient Safety Goals that may be applicable to a behavioral health nurse.

  167. Blood Clotting and Bleeding Disorders for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  168. The purpose of this module is to review the most common blood clotting and bleeding disorders, examining the clinical manifestations and implications of each disease process, as well as the clinical considerations for prescribing therapy as a means to enhance clinical practice and improve patient outcomes.

  169. Blood Clotting and Bleeding Disorders for RNs & LPNs Nursing CE Course
  170. The purpose of this module is to examine the pathophysiology of normal blood clotting as well as the most common disorders of excessive blood clotting and bleeding, exploring the clinical manifestations and nursing implications of each disease process to enhance nursing practice and safeguard patient care.

  171. Blood Clotting in Pregnancy and Postpartum for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  172. The purpose of this module is to examine blood clotting during the pregnancy and postpartum period in healthy women and those with inherited thrombophilia disorders, outlining evidence-based prevention strategies, thromboprophylaxis, and treatment to enhance APRN practice and improve maternal and fetal outcomes.

  173. Bone Marrow Transplants and HLA Typing Nursing CE Course
  174. This course will assist the nurse who is working with bone marrow transplant patients or the nurse who is interested in the topic to review and enhance their knowledge. The nurse will explore various types of bone marrow transplants and the complications of treatment.

  175. Breast Cancer for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  176. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of breast cancer, its risk factors, clinical features, common subtypes, and treatment modalities, including a detailed review of the most commonly used systemic treatments, including prescribing indications, side effects, and warnings based on updated clinical evidence, and a brief summary of early detection and screening guidelines to enhance APRN practice and improve clinical outcomes.

  177. Breast Cancer for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  178. This module aims to augment nursing knowledge of breast cancer by providing an overview of the condition, its risk factors, clinical features, common subtypes, treatment modalities, and the most common adverse effects of systemic therapies, as well as key patient teaching points.

  179. Breastfeeding Education Nursing CE Course
  180. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand the anatomy, physiology, importance, and common complications of breastfeeding.

  181. Hypertension Diagnosis Nursing CE Course (all users)
  182. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to define a basic knowledge of patients with hypertension and diagnostic features.

  183. Prostate Cancer for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  184. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of prostate cancer, its risk factors, clinical features, best practices for diagnosis, staging, and treatment, and summarize early detection and screening guidelines to enhance APRN practice and improve patient outcomes.

  185. Mental Health Prescribing for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  186. The purpose of this activity is to examine the pharmacological management of some of the most common mental health disorders, including ADD/ADHD, OCD, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia/psychosis, providing a detailed account of the benefits, risks, adverse effects, and monitoring parameters of these medications in an effort to educate the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) prescriber and safeguard patient care.

  187. Introduction to Telemetry Monitoring for Arrhythmias Nursing CE Course
  188. Learn more on telemetry monitoring and cardiac arrhythmias

  189. Influenza: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention Nursing CE Course
  190. Statistics, prevention, and treatment of influenza

  191. Mentorship Nursing CE Course
  192. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to define mentoring, discuss the history of mentorship, list the benefits of mentoring, describe the important components of a mentor-mentee relationship.

  193. Tobacco Dependence Treatment Nursing CE Course
  194. Therapies for patients with nicotine dependence

  195. Personal Protective Equipment Nursing CE Course
  196. The purpose of this course is to review the use of personal protective equipment (PPE), according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

  197. Multiple Sclerosis Nursing CE Course
  198. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to increase knowledge of the disease process and medical and nursing management of the client with Multiple Sclerosis.

  199. Oncology Medication Administration for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  200. Further your education on oncology prescribing, chemotherapy and other cancer treatments

  201. Parkinson's Disease Nursing CE Course
  202. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to increase their general knowledge of Parkinson’s Disease as well as the medical and nursing management of the affected patient.

  203. Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD) Nursing CE Course
  204. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to care for patients presenting with GERD symptoms or diagnosis. The learner will be able to discuss pathophysiology, causes of GERD, identify risk factors, signs and symptoms, and nursing management for GERD patients

  205. Infertility Nursing CE Course
  206. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand infertility and treatment options.

  207. Care Considerations for Older Adults: Management of Common Geriatric Syndromes for APRNs Part 1 Nursing CE Course
  208. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with some of the most common geriatric syndromes, outlining their diagnosis and evidence-based management.

  209. Suicide and Suicide Prevention Nursing CE Course
  210. The purpose of this module is to educate healthcare professionals on the key features of suicide as a means to facilitate the early recognition of individuals at risk and to respond with timely, evidence-based interventions to enhance suicide prevention.

  211. Introduction to Pharmacology for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  212. The purpose of this module is to provide a foundational understanding of the basics of pharmacology, outlining the principles of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and safe medication administration to enhance nursing practice and safeguard patient care.

  213. Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma Nursing CE Course
  214. The purpose of this course is to review the clinical manifestations, management, and prevention of pediatric abusive head trauma.

  215. Infection Control Nursing CE Course
  216. The purpose of this course is to ensure that nurses of all educational backgrounds and licensures (LPNs, RNs, and APRNs) understand the core infection prevention and control principles to preserve a safe and effective patient care environment and apply evidence-based interventions to minimize the transmission of pathogens to patients and healthcare workers.

  217. HIPAA Compliance Nursing CE Course
  218. This course reviews the core components of HIPAA, personal rights guaranteed under HIPAA, and the responsibilities of healthcare providers to comply with the law.

  219. Safe and Effective Prescribing of Controlled Substances for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  220. The purpose of this course is to discuss and introduce the basic tenets of safety that must be observed by advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who are actively treating patients with prescribed controlled substances. This course satisfies the specific requirements for three hours of continuing professional development for advanced nurse prescribers in the states of Florida and New York.

  221. Substance Abuse and Addiction for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  222. The purpose of this activity is to review and highlight the evidence-based care of patients diagnosed with substance use disorder to facilitate the optimal care of these patients.

  223. Coping with Patient Death Nursing CE Course
  224. The purpose of this activity is to examine bereavement in nurses following the death of a patient, highlight the manifestations of grief and consequences of unresolved grief, and identify strategies to help nurses cope with grief in a healthy manner to prevent compassion fatigue and promote physical and mental health and wellbeing.

  225. Oncology Nursing Part 1: Surgical and Radiation Oncology Nursing CE Course
  226. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to acquire a better understanding of the field of oncology nursing, outlining the cancer diagnosis and staging process, as well as the role, responsibilities, and professional performance of the surgical oncology and radiation oncology nurse.

  227. Oncology Nursing Part 2: Chemotherapy and Oncologic Emergencies Nursing CE Course
  228. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to acquire a better understanding of the field of oncology nursing, outlining the role, responsibilities, and professional performance of the oncology infusion nurse in the administration of chemotherapy. Emphasis is on the nurse's role in symptom management, patient education, and recognition of the critical signs of adverse effects of treatments and oncologic emergencies.

  229. Celiac Disease Nursing CE Course
  230. 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.

  231. Pressure Injuries Nursing CE Course
  232. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to define current standards for pressure injuries related to hospitalizations and medical devices and recognize risk factors along with prevention and management that promotes positive patient outcomes.

  233. Drug Diversion and Controlled Substances for West Virginia Nurses Nursing CE Course
  234. The purpose of this module is to provide a detailed account of the safe and effective prescribing of controlled substances for registered nurses and advanced practice registered nurses in West Virginia, in compliance with the state regulations and evidence-based guidelines for the prevention of prescription drug abuse and diversion, challenges in managing chronic pain, and best practices for prescribing controlled substances.

  235. School Nursing CE Course
  236. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to… discuss the role of the school nurse and the benefits of having a school nurse within each school system. We will address the regulations of the school nurse position, the experience of the school nurse during the school day, and their role in promoting policy that impacts the physical and psychosocial health of the child.

  237. COVID-19 Pandemic (Year 1) Nursing CE Course
  238. The purpose of this activity is to provide nurses with the best and most up to date science regarding the pathophysiology, symptomatology, prevention, and management of COVID-19.

  239. LGBTQ: Culturally Competent Care Considerations Nursing CE Course
  240. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to understand considerations in caring for individuals within the LGBTQ community. This includes understanding a brief history of past care and continued evolution of healthcare concerns of the present day. Lastly, the reader will have understanding of personal and institutional interventions that will help to develop personalized care plans for patients and their families.

  241. Intergenerational Workplace Nursing CE Course
  242. The purpose of this activity is to explore the current culture within the various generations in nursing and to develop an understanding of the unique challenges inherent in the collective functioning, communication, and teamwork of such an intergenerational group.

  243. Medical Marijuana and Cannabinoid Use for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  244. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the safe and effective use of medical marijuana and cannabinoids, outlining the various medicinal uses and pertinent prescribing information to safeguard patient care, improve outcomes, and uphold the practice of the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN).

  245. Seizures and Epilepsy for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  246. The purpose of this course is to examine the most common types of epilepsy and seizures across the lifespan, reviewing the incidence and prevalence, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnostic criteria, and treatment modalities.

  247. Oncology Prescribing for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  248. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the various oral and intravenous (IV) cancer treatment modalities, including chemotherapy, targeted agents, biologic and immune-mediated therapies, hormonal treatments, and chemoprevention.

  249. Sexual Harassment Prevention Nursing CE Course
  250. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to better understand the concept of sexual harassment, its different forms/types, the appropriate actions to take if one experiences or witnesses unwelcome sexual contact, the proper method for reporting such incidents, and the protections in place for whistleblowers in this country.

  251. Skin Cancer Nursing CE Course
  252. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the most common types of skin cancer, risk factors, evidence-based screening guidelines, and treatment modalities, as well as recommendations for skin cancer prevention and sun safety.

  253. The Problem with (un)Professionalism in Nursing CE Course
  254. Help the nurse establish a full and complete understanding of what desirable professional behaviors they should be striving for while highlighting some of the most common unprofessional behaviors to avoid.

  255. Sexual Dysfunction Nursing CE Course
  256. This module is created with the intention of helping the learner explore and identify sexual dysfunction and its current treatment modalities, as well as implications for future research and practice.

  257. CDC Immunization Schedule and the Facts About Vaccines Nursing CE Course
  258. Review the CDC immunization schedule and topics of immunization efficacy

  259. Dietary Supplements for APRNs Part 1: Vitamins Nursing CE Course
  260. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the various dietary supplements including the potential benefits, risks, and impacts for patients utilizing these products.

  261. The Nurse Educator Role in Developing Clinical Judgment Nursing CE Course
  262. The purpose of this module is to explore the concept of clinical judgment and its role in nursing education as well as the competency of nurses entering the profession.

  263. Intensive Care Unit Part 1 Nursing CE Course
  264. 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.

  265. Pain Management Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 3: Opioid Prescribing
  266. With the rise of the opioid epidemic that continues to plague the US, APRNs must ascertain an accurate and comprehensive understanding regarding best practices for opioid prescribing for pain management to preserve the integrity of clinical practice, safeguard patient care, and reduce the risk for opioid use disorders. The purpose of this module is to provide a comprehensive overview of best-practice opioid prescribing guidelines, including proper monitoring of patients on long-term opioid therapy, as well as the clinical features of opioid use disorders.

  267. Pain Management Nursing CE Course Part 1: The Pathophysiology and Classification of Pain (All Users)
  268. The purpose of this module is to describe the pathophysiology of pain, reviewing the different types of pain, and outlining the clinical assessment and work-up for a patient presenting with pain, as a means to enhance the nurse and APRN’s understanding of pain and the vital components of a comprehensive pain assessment.

  269. Sexually Transmitted Infections Nursing CE Course
  270. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to identify/understand the pathophysiology, transmission, signs and symptoms and treatment of these STIs: chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, HPV, syphilis, and trichomoniasis.

  271. Teamwork and Collaboration Nursing CE Course
  272. The purpose of this course is to discuss effective communication strategies, the importance of workplace respect, and the potential benefits of multidisciplinary care and collaboration for nurses.

  273. Cultural Competency Nursing CE Course
  274. This module addresses cultural influences on health and illness, describes the position of providing culturally competent nursing care to diverse populations, and identifies current evidence-based practice guidelines for culturally competent care.

  275. Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders for RNs and LPNs Part 4: Adrenal Gland Disorders Nursing CE Course
  276. The purpose of this module is to provide the nurse with an overview of the pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnosis, evidence-based management guidelines, and potential complications of primary endocrine disorders affecting the adrenal gland and leading to either an excess or deficiency in adrenal hormones.

  277. Colon Cancer: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  278. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of colorectal cancer, its risk factors, clinical features, treatment options, and screening guidelines to enrich nursing knowledge of the condition, patient education, and nursing practice.

  279. Telemedicine Nursing CE Course
  280. The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with information and current evidence-based best practices for the use of telemedicine.

  281. Diabetes for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  282. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the pathophysiology of the three primary types of diabetes, the risk factors, and the current diagnostic and management guidelines.

  283. Stroke for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  284. The purpose of this course is to ensure that the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) is cognizant of the most recent recommendations regarding the diagnosis and management of acute ischemic attacks within the brain, or strokes.

  285. The Nurse's Role in Procedural Sedation Nursing CE Course
  286. Aspects of preoperative care including patient safety and sedation levels

  287. Tuberculosis Nursing CE Course
  288. Learn the pathophysiology and causes of tuberculosis, identify the risk factors, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, medications, and nursing management for TB.

  289. Diagnostic Radiology For APRNs: Part 2 Nursing CE Course
  290. The purpose of this two-part educational series is to enhance clinical practice and improve patient outcomes by educating advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) on the various types of diagnostic radiology imaging tests, ensuring satisfactory understanding of the appropriate indications for ordering each exam, as well as the risks, benefits, and important clinical considerations regarding the use of contrast media.

  291. Organ and Tissue Donation and Recovery for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  292. The purpose of this course is to outline the roles and responsibilities of the nurse when caring for patients and families considering and then undergoing organ donation to serve as an educator and liaison during this complicated and emotionally difficult period. This course also satisfies the state of New Jersey’s requirement for all professional nurses to complete one continuing education course that covers organ and tissue donation and recovery designed to address clinical aspects of the donation and recovery process.

  293. Pain Management Nursing CE Course for RNs/LPNs Part 3: Opioid Administration and Monitoring
  294. With the rise of the opioid epidemic that continues to plague the US, nurses must ascertain an accurate and comprehensive understanding regarding best practices for opioid administration for pain management to preserve the integrity of clinical practice, safeguard patient care, and reduce the risk for opioid use disorders. The purpose of this module is to provide a comprehensive overview of best-practice opioid prescribing guidelines, including proper monitoring of patients on long-term opioid therapy, as well as the clinical features of opioid use disorders.

  295. TickBorne Diseases for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  296. The purpose of this course is to examine the most common types of tickborne diseases prevalent throughout the US, reviewing the epidemiology, transmission, clinical presentation, diagnostic criteria, and treatment modalities from the CDC.

  297. Osteoporosis for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  298. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of osteoporosis, the diagnostic work up and clinical criteria for diagnosis, nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment options, as well as a summary of evidence-based prevention and screening guidelines.

  299. Dietary Supplements for APRNs Part 2: Minerals Nursing CE Course
  300. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the various dietary supplements with a focus on minerals including the potential benefits, risks, and impacts for patients utilizing these products.

  301. Trauma and Tourniquets Nursing CE Course
  302. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to recognize the steps of the primary survey for trauma patients and recognize current evidence-based practice as it relates to the management of trauma patients when their airway and breathing is compromised, when they experience life-threatening bleeding and shock, and when they experience musculoskeletal trauma.

  303. Uterine Cancer for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  304. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of uterine (endometrial cancer), its risk factors, signs and symptoms, treatment modalities, and side effects to inform nursing practice and augment patient education throughout the disease trajectory.

  305. Dietary Supplements for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  306. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the various dietary supplements and to recognize the potential benefits, risks, and impacts for patients utilizing these products.

  307. Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders Part 1: Anatomy and Physiology NursingCE Course (all users)
  308. The purpose of this module is to provide the user with an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system and all of its hormones.

  309. Prostate Cancer for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  310. The purpose of this module is to augment nursing knowledge of prostate cancer by providing an overview of the condition, its risk factors, clinical features, common subtypes, treatment modalities, and the most common side effects of treatment to enhance nursing practice, patient education, and clinical outcomes.

  311. Venous Thromboembolism Nursing CE Course
  312. Understand and treat patients at risk for or experiencing venous thromboembolism

  313. Weight Bias & Obesity Stigma in Healthcare Nursing CE Course
  314. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the rising obesity epidemic within the United States and the associated weight bias and obesity stigma sweeping the healthcare system, as a means to identify strategies to overcome this detrimental dynamic.

  315. Asthma Nursing CE Course for RNs and LPNs Part 4: The Management of Severe Asthma: Biologics, Asthma Exacerbations, Special Populations, and Referral Considerations Nursing CE Course
  316. The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all nurses are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the management of severe cases of asthma, exacerbations, and special populations into their practice.

  317. Workers Compensation Nursing CE Course
  318. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to better understand the Worker’s Compensation Act and how it protects and affects them.

  319. Dietary Supplements for APRNs Part 3: Botanicals/Herbals, Amino Acids, Probiotics, and Fish Oil Nursing CE Course
  320. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the various dietary supplements with a focus on botanicals, herbals, amino acids, and probiotics including the potential benefits, risks, and impacts for patients utilizing these products.

  321. Care Considerations for Older Adults: Management of Common Geriatric Syndromes for APRNs Part 2 Nursing CE Course
  322. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with some of the most common geriatric syndromes (malnutrition, insomnia, self-neglect, depression, and hearing loss), outlining their diagnosis and evidence-based management.

  323. Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders for APRNs Part 4: Adrenal Gland Disorders Nursing CE Course
  324. The purpose of this module is to provide the APRN with an overview of the pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnostic workup, evidence-based management guidelines, and potential complications of primary endocrine disorders affecting the adrenal gland and leading to either an excess or deficiency in adrenal hormones.

  325. Thyroid Dysfunction for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  326. The purpose of this module is to expand the APRN’s knowledge of the epidemiology, pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, management, and complications related to thyroid dysfunction based on the most recent practice guidelines and up-to-date research.

  327. Domestic and Community Violence Nursing CE Course
  328. The purpose of this activity is to educate the learner regarding domestic violence and sexual violence statistics, risk factors, prevention, and the most up-to-date best practices for the evidenced-based care of survivors.

  329. Medical Errors Nursing CE Course
  330. The purpose of this course is to ensure that nurses understand the risk for medical errors and their impact on patient outcomes.

  331. Substance Abuse and Addiction for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  332. The purpose of this activity is to review and highlight the evidence-based care of patients diagnosed with SUD to facilitate the optimal care of these patients.

  333. Stroke for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  334. The purpose of this course is to ensure that the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) is cognizant of the most recent recommendations regarding the diagnosis and management of acute ischemic attacks within the brain, or strokes.

  335. COVID-19 (Year 2): Updated Evidence, Treatment, and Vaccination for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  336. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the most up-to-date science available regarding the clinical manifestations, disease severity, and evidence-based treatment approaches for patients with COVID-19, as well as a summary of the COVID-19 vaccines.

  337. Mental Health Pharmacology for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  338. The purpose of this activity is to examine the pharmacological management of some of the most common mental health disorders, including ADD/ADHD, OCD, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia/psychosis, providing a detailed account of the benefits, risks, adverse effects, and monitoring parameters of these medications in an effort to educate the nurse and safeguard patient care.

  339. Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders for RNs and LPNs Part 3: Syndromes of Excessive Hormone Secretion Nursing CE Course
  340. The purpose of this module is to provide the nurse with an overview of the pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnosis, evidence-based management guidelines, and potential complications of primary endocrine disorders leading to hormonal excess, including acromegaly, gigantism, hyperprolactinemia, syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion, polycystic ovarian syndrome, hyperparathyroidism, and multiple endocrine neoplasia type1.

  341. Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders for RNs and LPNs Part 2: Hypopituitarism and Other Hormone Deficiencies Nursing CE Course
  342. The purpose of this module is to provide the nurse with an overview of the pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnosis, evidence-based management guidelines, and potential complications of primary endocrine disorders leading to hormonal deficiencies, including hypothalamus and pituitary disorders, growth hormone deficiency, DI, hypothyroidism, and hypogonadism.

  343. Fostering Civility and Healthy Work Environments in Nursing and Health Care Nursing CE Course
  344. This article details the impact of incivility and other workplace aggressions in healthcare and offers several interventions to foster civility and build and sustain healthy work environments.

  345. Financial Wellness Nursing CE Course
  346. The purpose of this course is to enable nurses to manage their financial wellness by gaining the knowledge to make personal finance decisions with confidence.

  347. Pancreatic Cancer for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  348. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of pancreatic cancer, its risk factors, clinical features, best practices for diagnosis and treatment to inform APRN practice and help clinicians provide optimal care, patient education, and support throughout the disease trajectory.

  349. Care Considerations for Older Adults: The Assessment and Management of Polypharmacy for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  350. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with an assessment of polypharmacy amongst older adult patients and the evidence-based strategies to address polypharmacy.

  351. Diagnostic Radiology for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  352. The purpose of this module is to educate nurses on the various types of diagnostic radiology imaging tests, ensuring a satisfactory understanding of the risks, benefits, and important clinical considerations of each type of test, the use of contrast media, management of contrast allergic reactions, and radiation safety.

  353. Forensic Evidence Collection for Sexual Assault Victims (Texas) Nursing CE Course
  354. This module aims to outline the trauma-informed care of victims of sexual violence, including assessment, forensic evidence collection procedures, documentation, and a brief overview of providing testimony. This course also satisfies the requirements for nurses practicing in the state of Texas for sexual assault and forensic medicine continuing education.

  355. Seizures and Epilepsy for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  356. The purpose of this course is to examine the most common types of epilepsy and seizures across the lifespan, reviewing the incidence and prevalence, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnostic criteria, and treatment modalities.

  357. Thyroid Dysfunction for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  358. The purpose of this module is to expand the nurse’s knowledge of the epidemiology, pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, management, and complications related to thyroid dysfunction based on the most recent practice guidelines and up-to-date research.

  359. Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders for APRNs Part 2: Hypopituitarism and Other Hormone Deficiencies Nursing CE Course
  360. The purpose of this module is to provide the APRN with an overview of the pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnostic workup, evidence-based management guidelines, and potential complications of primary endocrine disorders leading to hormonal deficiencies, including hypothalamus and pituitary disorders, growth hormone deficiency, DI, hypothyroidism, and hypogonadism.

  361. Mental Health for Veterans Nursing CE Course
  362. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the most common mental illnesses affecting veterans and their families, including post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, grief, and suicide, by reviewing the defining characteristics of each condition, available screening methods, interventions, treatments, and resources.

  363. Recognizing Impairment in the Workplace Nursing CE Course
  364. The purpose of this activity is to elucidate for nurses the challenging yet crucial issue of how best to identify and then respond to interactions with potentially impaired coworkers in the workplace. The evidence regarding the indicators, diagnosis, reporting responsibilities, investigation, treatment, and return-to-work process for impaired health care workers is discussed in order to both educate and decrease the stigma often found clouding this critical issue.

  365. Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders for APRNs Part 3: Syndromes of Excessive Hormone Secretion Nursing CE Course
  366. The purpose of this module is to provide the APRN with an overview of the pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical presentation, diagnostic workup, evidence-based management guidelines, and potential complications of primary endocrine disorders leading to hormonal excess, including acromegaly, gigantism, hyperprolactinemia, syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion, polycystic ovarian syndrome, hyperparathyroidism, and multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1.

  367. Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Nursing CE Course
  368. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the importance, process, and implementation of EBP to enhance nursing practice, improve patient outcomes, and the overall quality of the healthcare system.

  369. COVID-19 (Year 2): Updated Evidence, Treatment, and Vaccination for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  370. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the most up-to-date science available regarding the clinical manifestations, disease severity, and evidence-based treatment approaches for patients with COVID-19, as well as a summary of the COVID-19 vaccines for APRNs.

  371. Lab Interpretation for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  372. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the most common laboratory tests and guide the interpretation of results.

  373. Foodborne Diseases Nursing CE Course
  374. This nursing continuing education course is designed to review and update nurses on the risks and course of foodborne disease with inclusion of diseases related to food contamination and focus on the foodborne diseases reportable to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) including foodborne botulism, infant botulism, brucellosis, campylobacteriosis, cryptosporidiosis, cyclosporiasis, acute hepatitis A, listeriosis, salmonellosis, Escherichia. coli (Shiga toxin-producing), trichinellosis, tularemia and vibriosis as well as non-infectious foodborne disease including mercury poisoning, arsenic poisoning, and scombroid syndrome.

  375. Forensic Nursing Care Nursing CE Course - An Overview of Evidence Collection
  376. This module aims to outline the trauma-informed care of victims of sexual violence, including assessment, forensic evidence collection procedures, documentation, and a brief overview of providing testimony.

  377. Colon Cancer: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  378. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of colorectal cancer, its risk factors, clinical features, best practices for diagnosis, staging, and treatment, and summarize early detection and screening guidelines to enhance APRN practice and improve patient outcomes.

  379. Diagnostic Radiology For APRNs: Part 1 Nursing CE Course
  380. The purpose of this two-part educational series is to enhance clinical practice and improve patient outcomes by educating advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) on the various types of diagnostic radiology imaging tests, ensuring satisfactory understanding of the appropriate indications for ordering each exam, as well as the risks, benefits, and important clinical considerations regarding the use of contrast media.

  381. Cervical Cancer for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  382. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of cervical precancer and cancer by outlining the core components of prevention, early detection, diagnosis, and management to inform APRN practice, facilitate prompt recognition and diagnosis, and improve clinical outcomes.

  383. Care Considerations for Older Adults: Management of Common Geriatric Syndromes for APRNs Part 1 Nursing CE Course
  384. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with some of the most common geriatric syndromes, outlining their diagnosis and evidence-based management.

  385. Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting (Pennsylvania) Nursing CE Course
  386. Approved by Pennsylvania Department of State - The purpose of this course is to ensure that nurses understand Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services law 23 Pa.C.S. Chapter 63 pertaining to child protection and their role in identifying and reporting potential cases of child abuse, including neglect and exploitation.

  387. Ovarian Cancer for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  388. The purpose of this course is to inform APRN practice and help clinicians recognize the risk factors and clinical features of ovarian cancer to diagnose women as early as possible and provide the most optimal care, patient education, and support throughout the disease trajectory.

  389. Care Considerations for Older Adults: The Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  390. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with the components and evidence-based methodology of a comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA) for older adult patients.

  391. Organ and Tissue Donation and Recovery for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  392. The purpose of this course is to outline the roles and responsibilities of the advanced practice nurse when caring for patients and families considering and then undergoing organ donation to serve as an educator and liaison during this complicated and emotionally difficult period. This course also satisfies the state of New Jersey’s requirement for all professional nurses to complete one continuing education course that covers organ and tissue donation and recovery designed to address clinical aspects of the donation and recovery process.

  393. Irritable Bowel Syndrome for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  394. The purpose of this activity is to examine patients diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and to facilitate the optimal care of these patients.

  395. Cervical Cancer for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  396. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of cervical precancer and cervical cancer, outlining the most common risk factors, signs and symptoms, and treatment modalities to inform nursing practice and improve patient outcomes.

  397. Palliative Care for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  398. This module will focus on the components of palliative care and the palliative care delivery process with specific strategies and interventions for the nurse to utilize as a means to control distressing symptoms of serious illness, enhance comfort, and improve quality of life throughout the duration of the illness.

  399. Cardiovascular Health and Prescribing for the Diabetic Patient for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  400. The purpose of this module is to describe the pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), review the national guidelines for optimum cardiovascular (CV) health in diabetes, and describe the American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommendations for management of diabetic patients with CVD, including an overview of recommended medications and key patient teaching points on lowering CV risks.

  401. Pain Management Nursing CE Course for RNs/LPNs Part 2: The Non-Opioid Management of Pain
  402. The purpose of this module is to review non-pharmacological pain reduction strategies, as well as the non-opioid pharmacological treatment of pain to enhance the knowledge and clinical skill of the nurse providing care to patients with pain.

  403. Nutritional Support in Critical Illness: Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  404. This course reviews the fundamental aspects of nutritional support for patients with critical illness, including the components of a nutrition assessment, types of enteral and parenteral nutrition access routes, indications, contraindications, and clinical considerations to enhance APRN practice and improve patient outcomes.

  405. Florida Laws and Rules Nursing CE Course
  406. This module aims to satisfy the Florida requirements of 64B9-5.013 of the Florida Administrative Code by increasing understanding of the most current text of the Florida Statutes Chapter 464: Nurse Practice Act, the Florida Statutes Chapter 456: The Health Professions, and Chapter 64B9 of the Florida Administrative Code.

  407. Pancreatic Cancer for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  408. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of pancreatic cancer, its risk factors, clinical features, and treatment options to help nurses provide optimal care, patient education, and support throughout the disease trajectory.

  409. Nutritional Support in Critical Illness: Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  410. This course reviews the fundamental aspects of nutritional support for patients with critical illness, including the components of a nutrition assessment, types of enteral and parenteral nutrition access routes, nursing care of nutritional access devices, and clinical considerations to enhance nursing practice and improve patient outcomes.

  411. Care Considerations for Older Adults: Management of Common Geriatric Syndromes for RN/LPNs, Part 1 Nursing CE Course
  412. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with some of the most common geriatric syndromes (pressure injuries, incontinence, falls, frailty, and acute delirium), outlining their assessment and evidence-based management.

  413. Medical Marijuana and Cannabinoid Use for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  414. The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of the safe and effective use of medical marijuana and cannabinoids, outlining the various medicinal uses and pertinent prescribing information to safeguard patient care, improve outcomes, and uphold the practice of the nurse.

  415. Uterine Cancer for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  416. The purpose of this course is to inform APRN practice and help clinicians recognize the risk factors and clinical features of uterine (endometrial) cancer to diagnose women as early as possible and provide optimal care, patient education, and support throughout the disease trajectory.

  417. Nursing Jurisprudence and Ethics (Texas) Nursing CE Course
  418. This module aims to satisfy the requirements of the Texas Nursing Practice Act (NPA) by increasing understanding of nursing jurisprudence and ethics through study of the most current text of the Texas Board of Nursing Rules and Regulations, Chapter 301, 303, and 304 of the Texas Occupations Code.

  419. Ovarian Cancer for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  420. This module aims to provide an overview of ovarian cancer, its risk factors, signs and symptoms, and treatment options to enrich nursing knowledge of the condition, patient education, and nursing practice.

  421. Psychotherapy Nursing CE Course
  422. The purpose of this course is to explore the most common types of psychotherapy, providing an overview of the wide range of therapeutic approaches, indications, and core components to enhance nursing practice and the care of patients with mental health conditions.

  423. Sepsis for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  424. This module aims to provide an overview of sepsis, its risk factors, clinical features, best practices for diagnosis, and treatment to inform nursing practice and help nurses provide optimal care, patient education, and support improved patient outcomes and decreased mortality.

  425. Care Considerations for Older Adults: Management of Common Geriatric Syndromes for RNs, Part 2 Nursing CE Course
  426. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with some of the most common geriatric syndromes (malnutrition, insomnia, self-neglect, depression, and hearing loss), outlining their assessment and evidence-based management.

  427. Sepsis for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  428. This module aims to provide an overview of sepsis, its risk factors, clinical features, best practices for diagnosis, and treatment to inform practice and help APRNs provide optimal care, patient education, and support improved patient outcomes and decreased mortality.

  429. Care Considerations for Older Adults: The Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  430. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with the components and evidence-based methodology of a comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA) for older adult patients.

  431. Pneumonia for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  432. This module offers an overview of pneumonia and its risk factors, clinical features, best practices for diagnosis and treatment to inform nursing practice, facilitate optimal care, patient education, and improved patient outcomes.

  433. Pneumonia for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  434. This module offers an overview of pneumonia and its risk factors, clinical features, best practices for diagnosis and treatment to inform nursing practice, facilitate optimal care, patient education, and improved patient outcomes.

  435. Transgender Care and Healthcare Considerations Nursing CE Course
  436. The purpose of this module is to increase the nurse’s ability to interact with transgender patients comprehensively and compassionately in the healthcare setting after understanding some of their barriers to care.

  437. Human Trafficking Nursing CE Course
  438. The purpose of this course is to outline and review for nurses the evidence-based process for identifying and intervening in cases of human trafficking, as most healthcare providers are unfamiliar with how to care for or report trafficking victims (Greenbaum et al., 2017; Powell et al., 2017). This will also serve to satisfy the specific nursing professional development requirements for this topic in the states of Florida (per statutes section 787.062), Michigan (per administrative rule 338.10105), and Texas (per House Bill [HB] 2059, 86th Session, 2019; Texas Occupation Code, 2019).

  439. The Basics of Ventilator Weaning in the Critical Care Patient for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  440. The purpose of this course is to provide education surrounding the nuances and complexities of weaning patients from ventilatory support and the nurse’s role throughout this interdisciplinary process. 

  441. Vascular Access Devices: Part 1 Nursing CE Course
  442. The purpose of this learning module is to provide an overview of the most common vascular access devices (VADs) utilized in clinical practice for adult patients. The various guidelines regarding the care, maintenance, and assessment of peripheral access devices will be highlighted. The indications and procedures for insertion and removal, benefits, risks, and complications in conjunction with clinical decision-making for best-practice standards and enhanced patient outcomes will be outlined. This module endeavors to review and explain the most common peripheral VADs and the necessary management and assessment skills required for safe clinical practice. The introduction and revision of these devices and their use require healthcare professionals (HCPs) to update their knowledge base continually to provide the latest evidence-based practice (EBP) standards. VAD insertion, management, and use is an essential component of routine patient care. Therefore, a thorough understanding of the numerous VADs utilized in clinical practice and their management and assessment is critical for providing quality care. Please refer to Part 2 of this series to review central access devices and invasive monitoring (central venous pressure and pulmonary artery catheters).

  443. Vascular Access Devices: Part 2 Nursing CE Course
  444. The purpose of this learning module is to provide an overview of the most common vascular access devices utilized in clinical practice for adult patients. The various guidelines regarding the care, maintenance, and assessment of central access devices will be highlighted. The indications and procedures for insertion and removal, benefits, risks, and complications in conjunction with clinical decision-making for best-practice standards and enhanced patient outcomes will be outlined. The interpretation and management of invasive monitoring and its role in clinical decision-making will be reviewed. This module endeavors to review and explain the most common central VADs and the necessary management and assessment skills required for safe clinical practice. The introduction and revision of these devices and their use require healthcare professionals (HCPs) to update their knowledge base continually to provide the latest evidence-based practice (EBP) standards. VAD insertion, management, and use is an essential component of routine patient care. Therefore, a thorough understanding of the numerous VADs utilized in clinical practice and their management and assessment is critical for providing quality care. Please refer to Part 1 of this series to review infection control techniques and peripheral access devices, including short peripheral IVs, midline catheters, intraosseous catheters, and arterial catheters.

  445. The Basics of Ventilator Weaning in the Critical Care Patient for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  446. The purpose of this course is to provide education surrounding the nuances and complexities of weaning patients from ventilatory support and the APRN’s role throughout this interdisciplinary process.

  447. Introduction to Pharmacology for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  448. The purpose of this module is to provide a foundational understanding of the basics of pharmacology, outlining the principles of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and the fundamental aspects of safe medication prescribing to enhance APRN practice and safeguard patient care.

  449. Oral Health Care Nursing CE Course
  450. This module aims to provide an overview of oral care, its clinical significance, and best practices to help nurses provide optimal care, patient education, and enhance patient outcomes.

  451. Bioterrorism for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course
  452. The purpose of this activity is to review the terminology regarding potential acts of bioterrorism, examine the potential effects, signs, and symptoms of biological, chemical, and nuclear/radioactive agents, the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and evidence-based management of victims. This course also satisfies the nursing requirement for continuing education training on Bioterrorism in the state or Nevada.

  453. Bioterrorism for APRNs Nursing CE course
  454. The purpose of this activity is to review the terminology regarding potential acts of bioterrorism, examine the potential effects, signs, and symptoms of biological, chemical, and nuclear/radioactive agents, the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and evidence-based management of victims. This course also satisfies the nursing requirement for continuing education training on Bioterrorism in the state or Nevada.

  455. The Ohio Nurse Practice Act Nursing CE Course
  456. The purpose of this module is to provide information regarding the minimum acceptable standards of safe, effective nursing practice for a registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), or advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) in any setting in Ohio as outlined in the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) Section 4723. (1 CH version)