Nursing: Nebraska Advanced Practice Nursing CE Package

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Included Courses

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

  • Assessment and Prevention of Suicide for Healthcare Professionals - N47287 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 12/15/2020
    Course expiration date: 12/15/2023

    This course is intended for all healthcare professionals who care for individuals and veterans at-risk for suicide or who are survivors of suicide. The course discusses the background, statistical data, etiology, risk factors for, and treatment and management of suicide in the United States. Risk of imminent harm with communication strategies is presented with a special focus on the veteran and healthcare workers populations. 
  • Care, Compassion, and End-of-Life Issues - N33915 - 2HRS
    Course release date: 4/9/2020
    Course expiration date: 4/9/2023

    The principles of end-of-life care focus on providing the best possible care and emotional support for patients and families with compassion and respect for the dignity of the patient.  This course presents information regarding standards and competencies of palliative nursing practice, body changes as death nears, physical comfort measures at the end-of-life, factors relating to advance directives, and cultural considerations when providing end-of-life care.
  • Clinical Advances in Oral Antihyperglycemic Medication and Insulin Pump Therapies - N28950 - 6HRS
    Course release date: 11/20/2019
    Course expiration date: 11/20/2022

    This medication rich course is for all nurses and advanced nurse practitioners responsible for prescribing oral antihyperglycemic medications and managing patients with diabetes.  The course provides the latest in oral antihyperglycemic medications and treatment options, including insulin pump therapies. 
  • COVID-19: Loss, Grief, and Bereavement (Webinar) - N47883 - 2HRS
    Course release date: 1/14/2021
    Course expiration date: 1/14/2024

    This webinar course has been previously recorded.

    This webinar course is for healthcare professionals who want to identify ways to support grieving individuals because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Characteristics that influence COVID-19 grief, bereavement, and mourning are identified. Policies such as social distancing may mitigate the impact of contracting the virus but increase risk factors for mental health issues and complicated grief (prolonged grief disorder). The course presents major theories and models of mourning as they relate to coping with COVID-19 ambiguous loss and disenfranchised grief. 
  • Crisis Resource Management for Nurses - N23099 - 3HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/13/2022

    After completing this course, the learner will be able to discuss how crisis resource management principles can be applied during an emergent situation.
  • Management of Drug Challenges: Generic vs. Branded Drugs - N28952 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 8/20/2019
    Course expiration date: 8/20/2022

    This course is appropriate for all nurses and advanced practice nurses who have responsibility for managing or prescribing medications for select individuals.  The course addresses the history of brand versus generic drugs, the many controversies, the science behind the preparation differences, and the cost effectiveness of preventative care when using generic versus brand name drugs. 
  • Managing Polypharmacy in Older Adults - N29277 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 12/9/2019
    Course expiration date: 12/9/2022

    This course presents the concept of polypharmacy, related definitions and concepts, its incidence, predictors of polypharmacy, consequences of polypharmacy, pharmacokinetic principles that relate to the elder population, drug classes and individual medications that cause the most risk, and evidence-based strategies to prevent and manage polypharmacy. Case studies are presented allowing for the application of concepts. 
  • Medical Consequences of Acts of Terrorism and Disaster: A National Perspective - N23226 - 5HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/12/2022

    Terrorism has become a fact of daily life in the United States and most of the world.  It is not always obvious when a disaster is a terrorist attack and not all emergencies or disasters are terrorist attacks.  Understanding the basics of a disaster and/or terrorist attack, as well as the role the nurse plays in dealing with the medical consequences, syndromic surveillance/reporting requirements, and treatment, are vital to successful mitigation and response in a disaster or terrorist attack.  
  • Medical Marijuana: Use and Indications - N33919 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 4/1/2020
    Course expiration date: 4/1/2023

    This course presents the latest information about medical marijuana and is designed to help nurses understand its use, history, risks, benefits, and related best practices.  The course is intended for educational purposes only and in no way, encourages, endorses, or supports the use of marijuana. 
  • New Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Hypertension - N7515 - 4HRS
    Course expiration date: 1/10/2022

    This course is intended to provide a hypertension treatment overview. Safe and effective prescribing decisions must be guided by an in-depth understanding of each agent: how it works, how to dose it, anticipated adverse events, drug interactions, etc. When combination drugs are included, there may be as many as 200 different pharmacological options (both individual agents, as well as combination products) that are approved by the FDA for treatment of hypertension. As a result, this course is designed only to highlight the major categories of therapeutics by identifying key products and characterizing them as a class. In an attempt to provide perspective, an effort was made to provide highlights of clinically meaningful outcomes studies for the various drug classes.
  • Pharmacological Management of Atrial Fibrillation: Focus on Rate Control vs Rhythm Control - 1HRS
    Course release date: 4/8/2019

    This course provides best-practice and monitoring criteria for individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). This includes the Vaughn Williams classification system, as well as first and second-line classes used for rate control in AF. The course describes the mechanisms of action of the first and second-line drugs, as well as drug side-effects and related nursing implications.
  • Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders: Clinical Challenges and Psychopharmacology - 7HRS
    Course release date: 2/12/2019

    This course is designed for both staff nurses, as well as advanced practice nurses (APNs). Staff nurses, including those working in medical areas, will see patients diagnosed with psychiatric disorders. Due to medical and psychiatric comorbidities, these patients have complex prescription medication regimens.  For APNs, this course will support and enhance your knowledge of diagnosing psychiatric disorders and increase your confidence for prescribing psychotropic medications to adult patients. In addition, the course addresses challenging clinical situations and strategies for appropriate interventions.  Case studies, based on real patients are presented throughout, with recommended treatment and management strategies.
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Nebraska Advanced Practice Nursing CE Package - 46 Hours

67.00

Included Courses

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

  • Assessment and Prevention of Suicide for Healthcare Professionals - N47287 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 12/15/2020
    Course expiration date: 12/15/2023

    This course is intended for all healthcare professionals who care for individuals and veterans at-risk for suicide or who are survivors of suicide. The course discusses the background, statistical data, etiology, risk factors for, and treatment and management of suicide in the United States. Risk of imminent harm with communication strategies is presented with a special focus on the veteran and healthcare workers populations. 
  • Care, Compassion, and End-of-Life Issues - N33915 - 2HRS
    Course release date: 4/9/2020
    Course expiration date: 4/9/2023

    The principles of end-of-life care focus on providing the best possible care and emotional support for patients and families with compassion and respect for the dignity of the patient.  This course presents information regarding standards and competencies of palliative nursing practice, body changes as death nears, physical comfort measures at the end-of-life, factors relating to advance directives, and cultural considerations when providing end-of-life care.
  • Clinical Advances in Oral Antihyperglycemic Medication and Insulin Pump Therapies - N28950 - 6HRS
    Course release date: 11/20/2019
    Course expiration date: 11/20/2022

    This medication rich course is for all nurses and advanced nurse practitioners responsible for prescribing oral antihyperglycemic medications and managing patients with diabetes.  The course provides the latest in oral antihyperglycemic medications and treatment options, including insulin pump therapies. 
  • COVID-19: Loss, Grief, and Bereavement (Webinar) - N47883 - 2HRS
    Course release date: 1/14/2021
    Course expiration date: 1/14/2024

    This webinar course has been previously recorded.

    This webinar course is for healthcare professionals who want to identify ways to support grieving individuals because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Characteristics that influence COVID-19 grief, bereavement, and mourning are identified. Policies such as social distancing may mitigate the impact of contracting the virus but increase risk factors for mental health issues and complicated grief (prolonged grief disorder). The course presents major theories and models of mourning as they relate to coping with COVID-19 ambiguous loss and disenfranchised grief. 
  • Crisis Resource Management for Nurses - N23099 - 3HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/13/2022

    After completing this course, the learner will be able to discuss how crisis resource management principles can be applied during an emergent situation.
  • Management of Drug Challenges: Generic vs. Branded Drugs - N28952 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 8/20/2019
    Course expiration date: 8/20/2022

    This course is appropriate for all nurses and advanced practice nurses who have responsibility for managing or prescribing medications for select individuals.  The course addresses the history of brand versus generic drugs, the many controversies, the science behind the preparation differences, and the cost effectiveness of preventative care when using generic versus brand name drugs. 
  • Managing Polypharmacy in Older Adults - N29277 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 12/9/2019
    Course expiration date: 12/9/2022

    This course presents the concept of polypharmacy, related definitions and concepts, its incidence, predictors of polypharmacy, consequences of polypharmacy, pharmacokinetic principles that relate to the elder population, drug classes and individual medications that cause the most risk, and evidence-based strategies to prevent and manage polypharmacy. Case studies are presented allowing for the application of concepts. 
  • Medical Consequences of Acts of Terrorism and Disaster: A National Perspective - N23226 - 5HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/12/2022

    Terrorism has become a fact of daily life in the United States and most of the world.  It is not always obvious when a disaster is a terrorist attack and not all emergencies or disasters are terrorist attacks.  Understanding the basics of a disaster and/or terrorist attack, as well as the role the nurse plays in dealing with the medical consequences, syndromic surveillance/reporting requirements, and treatment, are vital to successful mitigation and response in a disaster or terrorist attack.  
  • Medical Marijuana: Use and Indications - N33919 - 4HRS
    Course release date: 4/1/2020
    Course expiration date: 4/1/2023

    This course presents the latest information about medical marijuana and is designed to help nurses understand its use, history, risks, benefits, and related best practices.  The course is intended for educational purposes only and in no way, encourages, endorses, or supports the use of marijuana. 
  • New Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Hypertension - N7515 - 4HRS
    Course expiration date: 1/10/2022

    This course is intended to provide a hypertension treatment overview. Safe and effective prescribing decisions must be guided by an in-depth understanding of each agent: how it works, how to dose it, anticipated adverse events, drug interactions, etc. When combination drugs are included, there may be as many as 200 different pharmacological options (both individual agents, as well as combination products) that are approved by the FDA for treatment of hypertension. As a result, this course is designed only to highlight the major categories of therapeutics by identifying key products and characterizing them as a class. In an attempt to provide perspective, an effort was made to provide highlights of clinically meaningful outcomes studies for the various drug classes.
  • Pharmacological Management of Atrial Fibrillation: Focus on Rate Control vs Rhythm Control - 1HRS
    Course release date: 4/8/2019

    This course provides best-practice and monitoring criteria for individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF). This includes the Vaughn Williams classification system, as well as first and second-line classes used for rate control in AF. The course describes the mechanisms of action of the first and second-line drugs, as well as drug side-effects and related nursing implications.
  • Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders: Clinical Challenges and Psychopharmacology - 7HRS
    Course release date: 2/12/2019

    This course is designed for both staff nurses, as well as advanced practice nurses (APNs). Staff nurses, including those working in medical areas, will see patients diagnosed with psychiatric disorders. Due to medical and psychiatric comorbidities, these patients have complex prescription medication regimens.  For APNs, this course will support and enhance your knowledge of diagnosing psychiatric disorders and increase your confidence for prescribing psychotropic medications to adult patients. In addition, the course addresses challenging clinical situations and strategies for appropriate interventions.  Case studies, based on real patients are presented throughout, with recommended treatment and management strategies.