We help you get the credits needed to keep your profesional carrer upto date in the medical field.
All Nursing CE courses are accredited by AACN - The American Association of Colleges and of Nursing. Also All higher education courses in our website are accredited by CHEA - Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
Commonly known as heart attack. This course will teach you Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment.
You will learn to differentiate dementia, Its symptoms, cuases and prevention. Medicaions that may temporarily improve symptoms or slow the rate of decline. Also the different programs and services that can help support people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers.
Learn the misuse of anabolic steroids, addiction, and potentially serious physical effects of anabolic steroid uses.
Learn about anxiety disorder (GAD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorder, phobias such as arachnophobia (fear of spiders), social anxiety disorder, agoraphobia (abnormal fear of places or situations that cause you to panic and feel trapped), and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Arthritis is any condition with pain or limited mobility in one or more joints as a common symptom. Learn its symptoms, causes, disease control and prevention
Learn how to care for patients with Asthma, signs and symptoms, diagnosis and assessment, pharmacologic treatments, long-term management, complications, breathing difficulty, and managing attacks.
Also known as Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) Learn information and tools to support healthcare professionals in making informed decisions about selection, implementation, and monitoring of ASD interventions.
Biological toxins used as weapons. Define acts of terrorism, weapons, symptoms, treatment for biological, radioactive exposure.
Psychology course requires studying, understanding human brain development, consciousness, behaviour,personality & related topics.
For professionals who are working with or have an interest in working with hematology patients who are potential bone marrow transplant candidates.
2 AACN contact Hour(s). For nurses who help care for mothers who are breastfeeding. Provides current content intended to help practicing nurses apply this knowledge to their practice.
Cardiovascular Medicine is known for its innovative approach to the diagnosis, and development of long-term strategies for patients at risk or with a history of heart disease.
Learn the case management process, philosophy and guiding principles, competencies, practice standards, knowledge, and skills that are necessary as an effective and efficient case manager in a variety of settings across the continuum of care.
This CE activity features practical strategies to improve vaccination rates in the practice, including how to deliver clear and concise vaccine recommendations and address parents’ frequently asked questions.
This course teaches to identify suspected cases of child abuse or neglect such as obvious professions as dentists, legal professionals, clergy etc.
For individuals actively engaged in prevention of child maltreatment, either in developing policies or implementing prevention.
Interventions: Ensuring child's safety, stop unsafe behavior, provide supervision, give directions about acceptable & unacceptable behavior.
"Professional nurses witness the effects of childhood obesity as they treat children, in primary care offices, school clinics and other settings.
Learn effects interventions and care plan, types, and the major controllable risk factors for coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke.
Learn indidence, preentive measure, anatomy and psyciology, Pathophysiology, manifestations, diagnostic studies, Treatment and Nursing Considerations, etc.
Learn to provide care for inmates with acute or chronic illnesses, and a government or private organization, be mindful of safety considerations, understand the specific risks and personalize their nursing considerations for this particular population.
Learn the risk of structural birth defects is increased in women with PGD, with most congenital defects occurring in the cardiovascular, central nervous, and musculoskeletal systems. Identify the symptoms Many women diagnosed with GDM experience pregnancy-related complications such as preeclampsia, macrosomia, and dystocia of labor.
Learn the anatomy of diabetes, the body organs involved, and the different types of diabetes with which a person may be diagnosed. This course also covers the importance of glucose and insulin and how each affects the overall function of your body.
Learn defining domestic violence, identifying groups, pregnant women, children, elderly, men, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, character of perpetrator of deomesic violence and screening for domestic violence, assesing for domestic violence,dulturally assesing and interventios for domestic violence and abuse.
Learn sscope of the Problem; The Misuse of Controlled Substances; contributing and Risk Factors for Potential Misuse/Abuse,Controlled Substances; The Basics; Guidelines for Safe Prescribing Practices; Risk Reduction and Screening; Prescription Drug; Monitoring Program; Management of Acute and Chronic Pain, etc.
Learn about the evolving Ebola epidemic and its various aspects including disease prevention, management and treatment, response to the epidemic, ethical considerations, and the post-Ebola global health landscape. Ebola virus disease, is a serious and fatal illness in humans and nonhumans caused by infection with one of six Ebola virus species, four of which can infect humans.
You will learn to raise the issue of reactions to food during patient encounters, especially with parents of young patients, and to educate patients about the importance of protecting themselves or their children from allergic reactions.
Physicians and other healthcare practitioners are integral to the prevention, identification, and treatment of foodborne diseases, and also play an important role in the control of foodborne disease outbreaks. The purpose of this course is to provide healthcare professionals with the information necessary to rapidly and effectively diagnose, manage, report, and prevent foodborne diseases, in the interest of individual patient care and protection of the public at large.
The goal of this continuing education program is to update nurses’ and dietitians’ knowledge of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of the patient with gastroesophageal reflux disease. Learn the most common GI complaints that healthcare providers encounter. The backflow of food, liquids, and gastric acid from the stomach into the esophagus can result in heartburn. Healthcare professionals, acting as a team, play an important role in detecting early symptoms of GERD and helping patients manage the disease.
The course covers the care of the heart failure patient from outpatient to inpatient management, and from prevention to end of life. Nurses at the point of care, advanced practice nurses, and other disciplines will benefit from this program.
You will learn to differentiate dementia, Its symptoms, cuases and prevention. Medications that may temporarily improve symptoms or slow the rate of decline.
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Learn about HIV/AIDS pathophysiology, modes of transmission, infection control practices, prevention options, testing, and treatment options with the use of Antiretroviral Therapy.
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.
Human trafficking is a widespread form of slavery that exists today, even within the United States. This course covers the information, tools, and resources for healthcare teams to identify, assess, and treat victims of human trafficking, and provides referral resources for legal and social services.
Learn infection prevention and control practices, the chain of infection, standard and transmission-based precautions, barriers and use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and strategies for preventing the spread of infectious disease to healthcare workers and patients.
This course will provide information necessary to make a timely and accurate diagnosis of infertility, treatment and referral decisions regarding the infertile patient or couple, and sensitive patient education in order to ensure the highest level of care and patient satisfaction.
Intensive care courses teach students how to become critical care nurses. These nurses monitor patients' status and interact with patients and their families while maintaining a professional and caring environment.
Critical (intensive) care units are defined as a unit designated to meet the unique needs of acutely and extremely ill patients. The patient may be physiologically unstable and require superior clinical decisions and care.
The purpose of this course is to provide healthcare professionals with an updated review of influenza, including clinical aspects, public health issues, and strategies for prevention.
2 contact hours. Learn about the many different forms of CBD and how they can be used in mainstream medicine. The medicinal properties of cannabis and medical uses.
Learn to determine the underlying problem of systems and processes that lead to an error, which results in temporary or permanent harm or even death of a patient not related to the patient's illness or primary condition.
The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with information and current evidence-based best practices for mentoring in nursing. Mentoring can have a positive influence on career success and job satisfaction, both for the mentee and the mentor.
The purpose of this course is to educate healthcare professionals about the epidemiology and treatment of metabolic syndrome so they may better care for their patients.
Multiple myeloma (MM) is a malignancy of the plasma cells, which are a type of white blood cell arising from B-cells or B-lymphocytes. Healthy plasma cells are produced in the bone marrow and play an important role in the immune system.
Discuss evidence related to preoperative fasting, preops assessment, surgical safety, surgical checklists, meds used within procedural sedation, and recovery care, safe discharge of patients undergoing procedural sedation
Nursing documentation is the process of preparing a complete record of handwritten or electronic evidence regarding a patient's care. Includes assessment, care plan along with interventions, education, and discharge.
1 contact hour. Nursing informatics continuing education focuses on nursing knowledge applied in settings where nurses use technology to drive improved patient care, clinical workflows, and patient outcomes.
5-contact-hours. Pain management continuing education course covers understanding the experience of pain, providing appropriate assessment, ethical interventions for pain, and opioid misuse, abuse, and diversion.
The purpose of this course is to provide physicians, nurses, and other members of the interprofessional healthcare team a review of current concepts of pathogenesis, disease progression, diagnosis, and management of Parkinson disease, in order to improve patient care and quality of life.
The purpose of this course is to raise awareness and provide healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills necessary to quickly and accurately identify pediatric abusive head trauma and to intervene in cases of abuse, which should decrease the morbidity and mortality experienced by the victims.
This course provides primary care clinicians and other members of the healthcare team with the knowledge and skills necessary to appropriately diagnose, treat, and prevent pneumonia. It is designed to enhance clinical skills, improve outcomes, and foster an interprofessional collaborative practice consistent with published guidelines.
Learn to define the incidence and prevalence of pressure injuries from hospitalization or medical devices. Review the pathophysiology of the skin concerning the incidence of pressure injuries..
Sexual dysfunction is an umbrella term used to describe “the inability to fully enjoy sexual intercourse. Specifically, sexual dysfunctions are disorders that interfere with a full sexual response cycle” (Kaczkowski, 2018, para. 1). Sexual dysfunction can occur in both men and women and may be acute or chronic.
The purpose of this activity is 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.
Sexually transmitted infections are a serious public health problem. STIs can cause significant complications; many cases are untreated or never reported. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, 2018) note that there was a substantial and sustained increase in gonorrhea and syphilis from 2013 to 2017, and chlamydia was the most common condition reported to the CDC in 2017.
Learn about unwanted sexual attention, which includes physical or verbal advances or assault; sexual coercion, which provides for sexual favors in exchange for rewards, advancement, job security, or grades; and gender harassment, which includes behavior that is hostile, objectifying, excluding, or otherwise demeaning to one gender.
This course will enhance knowledge about the clinical presentation of skin cancers in order to help primary healthcare providers detect skin cancer and make appropriate referrals early, when treatment is most successful.
The purpose of this course is to provide needed information about the roles of diagnosis and screening, evaluation of individuals with suspected stroke, immediate treatment of stroke, and the elements of effective rehabilitation programs so that healthcare professionals may implement the necessary interventions appropriately.
Learn basics of cerebral vascular anatomy, the use of thrombolytics as well as endovascular procedures. Discuss the rehabilitation that should occur following a stroke.
In order to care for a client the nurse needs to be aware of the range of substances that may be used by clients, how disorders may manifest themselves, and how the nurse can plan care for these clients.
This course is to provide health and mental health professionals with an appreciation of the impact of depression and suicide on patient health as well as the skills necessary to identify and intervene for patients at risk for suicide.
Teamwork and collaboration are difined as the ability to “function effectively with nursing and interprofessional teams, fostering open communication, mutual respect, and shared decision-making to achieve quality patient care”.
Learn the history of the field, types of telehealth applications, and discusses practical considerations such as issues pertaining to licensure, reimbursement, and workflow, and more.
You will learn and understand normal function of the thyroid gland and differentiate the types of thyroid dysfunction. Discuss the epidemiology and etiology of thyroid dysfunction.
Learn about the deleterious effects of tobacco dependence and nicotine on the human body and the community; Analyze the various treatments for tobacco dependence.
Learn about the leading cause of death in the United States. The golden hour defines the time frame for the best chance of survival after a traumatic event, but for many trauma patients, the moment of injury is the most critical time.
Travel nursing challenges are maintaining multiple state licenses and fulfilling continuing education requirements. A travel nurse, must seek educational courses to stay current with developments in healthcare.
This course will discuss the pathophysiology and causes of tuberculosis, identify the risk factors, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, medications, and nursing management for TB. Define tuberculosis.