Pediatrics - The Childhood Health Nursing CE Package for APRNs

Earn 5 ANCC Pharmacology contact hours (and 33 total hours of CE) that are most relevant to APRNs focused on Pediatrics. You will have access to the courses in this package for 1 full year.

Courses inside this package:
  1. Influenza: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention Nursing CE Course
  2. Statistics, prevention, and treatment of influenza

  3. Newborn Screening Nursing CE Course
  4. 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.

  5. Food Allergies Nursing CE Course
  6. 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.

  7. Childhood ADHD Nursing CE Course
  8. 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.

  9. Childhood Obesity Nursing CE Course
  10. 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.

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

  13. Child Maltreatment Nursing CE Course
  14. 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.

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

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

  19. Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 1: Pathophysiology, Risk Factors, and Diagnosis Nursing CE Course
  20. 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.

  21. Asthma Nursing CE Course Part 2: The Nonpharmacological Treatment of Asthma (All Users) Nursing CE Course
  22. 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.

  23. Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 3: The Assessment and Pharmacological Treatment of Mild-to-Moderate Asthma Nursing CE Course
  24. 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.

  25. Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 4: The Management of Severe Asthma: Biologics, Asthma Exacerbations, Special Populations, and Referral Considerations Nursing CE Course
  26. 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.

  27. Diabetes for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  28. 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.

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

  31. Seizures and Epilepsy for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  32. 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.

  33. Acute Pharyngitis for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  34. 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.

  35. TickBorne Diseases for APRNs Nursing CE Course
  36. 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.