Substance Abuse and Addiction Nursing CE Package for APRNs
Earn 6.5 ANCC Pharmacology contact hours (and 15 total hours of CE) that are most relevant to APRNs focused on Substance Abuse. You will have access to the courses in this package for 1 full year.
Courses inside this package:
- Substance Abuse and Addiction for APRNs Nursing CE Course
- Anabolic Steroids Nursing CE Course
- Safe and Effective Prescribing of Controlled Substances for APRNs Nursing CE Course
- Tobacco Dependence Treatment Nursing CE Course
- Medical Marijuana and Cannabinoid Use for APRNs Nursing CE Course
- Recognizing Impairment in the Workplace Nursing CE Course
- Eating Disorders Nursing CE Course
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.
The purpose of this activity is to inform the learner of the intended usages and potential detrimental effects of the abuse of anabolic steroids.
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.
Therapies for patients with nicotine dependence
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).
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.
The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to define the basic knowledge and management of patients with eating disorders.