Nursing: Georgia RN CE Requirements Package — 30 Contact Hours

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Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Humor as a Nursing Intervention, 3rd Edition - N23210 - 9HRS
    Course release date: 11/1/2018
    Course expiration date: 6/30/2021

    This course examines the holistic effects of humor on the health of individuals. The course provides foundational information on humor theories and discusses the effects of humor and laughter on disease outcomes. How humor may impact immune function is also considered. Suggestions of ways to add humor as an individual or as a facility are offered. 
  • Nursing Leadership in Today's Healthcare Climate - 17HRS
    Course release date: 4/1/2020
    Course expiration date: 4/1/2023

    This course provides an overview of today’s complex healthcare arena discussing the numerous contemporary issues nurse leaders must face on a daily basis.  The course presents the various healthcare environments and structures and discusses and outlines required core competencies of nurse leaders. Detailed explanations, tools, examples, and resources are provided to help the learner appreciate, develop, and apply these core competencies and skills at their own practice.
  • Population Health: Contemporary Perspectives for Nurses - N32887 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 3/4/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/4/2023

    This course will provide current and relevant information about population health as it applies to contemporary nursing practice.  The course presents an overview of population health via definitions and practical applications. It will discuss public health nurse standards of practice and the skills and knowledge that clinicians need in order to address modern day health issues, along with methods and strategies for tackling such health problems. Throughout the course, case examples will illustrate how to employ a population health approach to improve outcomes, not merely for individuals, but for populations.
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Georgia RN CE Requirements Package — 30 Contact Hours - Option 2

29.95

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Humor as a Nursing Intervention, 3rd Edition - N23210 - 9HRS
    Course release date: 11/1/2018
    Course expiration date: 6/30/2021

    This course examines the holistic effects of humor on the health of individuals. The course provides foundational information on humor theories and discusses the effects of humor and laughter on disease outcomes. How humor may impact immune function is also considered. Suggestions of ways to add humor as an individual or as a facility are offered. 
  • Nursing Leadership in Today's Healthcare Climate - 17HRS
    Course release date: 4/1/2020
    Course expiration date: 4/1/2023

    This course provides an overview of today’s complex healthcare arena discussing the numerous contemporary issues nurse leaders must face on a daily basis.  The course presents the various healthcare environments and structures and discusses and outlines required core competencies of nurse leaders. Detailed explanations, tools, examples, and resources are provided to help the learner appreciate, develop, and apply these core competencies and skills at their own practice.
  • Population Health: Contemporary Perspectives for Nurses - N32887 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 3/4/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/4/2023

    This course will provide current and relevant information about population health as it applies to contemporary nursing practice.  The course presents an overview of population health via definitions and practical applications. It will discuss public health nurse standards of practice and the skills and knowledge that clinicians need in order to address modern day health issues, along with methods and strategies for tackling such health problems. Throughout the course, case examples will illustrate how to employ a population health approach to improve outcomes, not merely for individuals, but for populations.