Looking for continuing education courses for nurses in Florida? Elite has you covered with high-quality nursing CEU credit courses that will help you to improve your industry expertise and maintain your professional license in Florida.
This course provides an overview of the safe and effective prescribing of controlled substances and three of the most common disease states that warrant more frequent prescribing of controlled substances.
This course fulfills the Florida APN requirement for 3 contact hours of Safe and Effective Prescription of Controlled Substances. Elite will report your hours electronically to CE Broker within 1 business day.
HIV infection continues to be a significant public health problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and one in eight of them do not know they are infected (CDC, 2016). The state of Florida’s HIV infection incidence is among the highest in the country. Nurses and other healthcare professionals must not only be able to facilitate treatment interventions for HIV infection, but also take an active role in educating the public about prevention. This course provides information about the transmission, risk factors, treatment options, and strategies to prevent HIV infection. It meets the Florida Board of Nursing requirements for HIV/AIDS continuing education.
This course provides insights into the facts surrounding human trafficking and relevant health risks for the trafficked person. The elements of human trafficking - the act, the means, and the purpose - are reviewed and will not only help nurses be able to identify warning signs of human trafficking in a healthcare setting, but also how to report these victims. Psychological methods used by the traffickers are also presented.
This mandatory Florida course describes the significance of the problem and the signs and symptoms of substance use disorders in nurses. Employer strategies to recognize and address the problem are discussed.
This course fulfills the Florida LPN, RN, and APN requirement for 2 contact hours of Recognizing Impairment in the Workplace. Elite will report your hours electronically to CE Broker within 1 business day.
This course provides information about Florida domestic violence laws. It also discusses the prevalence of domestic violence in Florida and the U.S., as well as the impact that domestic violence has on patients and society. Different forms of domestic violence and the sequela on selected populations’ healthcare will be discussed. Also, national laws will be reviewed to enhance the reader’s knowledge on the resources available and the legal issues encountered by domestic violence victims.
Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in
America, after heart disease and cancer. Beyond the obvious emotional toll,
unexpected adverse effects related to medical errors increase personal and
institutional financial burdens, adding estimated billions of dollars to healthcare
costs annually. What more can be done to decrease the occurrence of medical
errors? This education program provides information regarding the incidence of
medical errors, describes the various categories of medical errors, identifies
factors that contribute to medical error occurrence, and identifies strategies
for reducing medical error occurrence. The program also discusses the impact of
the Affordable Care Act on medical errors. This program meets the two-hour continuing
education requirements for Florida nurses regarding medical errors as detailed
in Florida Statute 456.013 and Florida Rule 64B9-5.
Health care personnel are on the front lines of the fight against human trafficking. Nurses, physicians, physician assistants, and all health care personnel must be alert to the often overlooked signs of trafficking in their patients. This course is designed to provide a sensitive review of the issue of abuse in human trafficking and how it affects patients and their families. It also meets the requirements of the Florida State Board of Nursing for continuing education regarding human trafficking.
The state of Florida has laws and rules to regulate nursing practice to protect the public and preserve the health, safety, and welfare of the people in the state. The Florida Board of Nursing requires every LPN, RN, and APN applying for relicensure in Florida to complete an approved 2 contact hour continuing education course every 2 years. This course will provide information about laws and regulations that govern nursing and how any new changes affect nursing practice and meets the Florida Laws and Rules continuing education requirement for nursing relicensure.
This course outlines normally functioning blood and lymphatic systems and how divergences from this process can lead to acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common type of childhood cancer. The course highlights the great progress made in understanding this disease and how to eradicate it and will provide an overview of the collateral damage that occurs with this disease from its pathology and its treatment.
This course will help nurses who are experienced in pediatrics or are new to the pediatric population to identify those with serious or life-threatening causes or “red flags". The course describes signs and symptoms specific to children, distinguishes between different types of pediatric headaches, explores recurrent headaches in children and adolescents, and considers headache prevention strategies.
This course presents the epidemiology of addiction, sociocultural influences, commonly used substances, and current standards of treatment and nursing care for patients with substance use disorders. Prevention practices, patient assessment, and therapeutic modalities, including pharmacologic, psychological, group, and nontraditional therapies, are described. Twelve types of substances are described, including their biochemistry and effects on the human body. This course uses terminology for substance-related and addictive disorders defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition.
The course provides information for nurses caring for women, children, and families in a variety of settings. The comprehensive content provides a chronological view of a woman’s journey from conception to post-delivery, the importance of self-care, care of the newborn, and how the nursing process guides the critical role of the nurse at each stage. Some content presented may be more applicable to nurses working in specialized clinical areas.
This course presents many of the primary concepts in nursing care when women are diagnosed with malignancies. The reproductive organ cancers presented include breast, ovarian, uterine, and cervical cancers. Information about each of these cancers includes an overview of the epidemiology of the cancer, risk factors, risk assessment, prevention and detection strategies, diagnosis, staging, and treatment modalities.
This course presents the basic principles, knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to provide nursing care to older adults and their families. The course reviews the major concerns and issues facing older adults, such as chronic conditions, common clinical problems and psychosocial issues, and methods to handle these concerns. Topics presented include issues affecting older adults and viewing the patient as a holistic individual. Additionally, the course discusses and dispels some common myths of aging.
This course discusses how the changes that occur during pregnancy can impact asthma management. Uncontrolled asthma can cause serious complications to the mother, including high blood pressure, toxemia, premature delivery, and rarely death. For the baby, complications of uncontrolled asthma include increased risk for stillbirth, fetal growth retardation, premature birth, low birth weight, and a low Apgar score at birth.
This course provides an overview of the essential pathophysiology, symptoms, diagnostic procedures, and treatment modalities for common sleep disorders affecting the pediatric population. The course discusses disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea, behavioral insomnia, common parasomnias, delayed sleep phase syndrome, and restless leg syndrome.
This course provides nurses working in the trauma care continuum with current evidence-based practice in the initial assessment, interventions, and evaluation of the trauma patient. Concepts of trauma systems, triage, trauma to specific anatomic regions, psychosocial aspects of trauma care, and care of the recovering trauma patient are discussed.
This course highlights the ethical issues that older adults and their families face as these individuals near the end-of-life, particularly in light of advances in medical technologies. The course presents the ethical frameworks and principles used to resolve ethical problems, identifies major ethical issues nurses face as their older adult patients make healthcare decisions, and provides a model for addressing ethical dilemmas in healthcare settings.
Course expiration date: 8/7/2021 This course reviews various perspectives related to the baccalaureate
degree as a gateway to enter clinical practice as a registered nurse. Also
presented is the long history of support and recommendations from various
entities moving this initiative forward.
Nurses who interact with patients of all ages should be familiar with the assessment and teaching that is essential to prevention and treatment of foodborne illnesses. This course focuses on the significance of the problem, identification of the illness, treatments, nursing interventions, and - most significantly - prevention.
This course serves as both a comprehensive review while also helping to expand nurses current knowledge about women's health. The course discusses current issues and controversies in women’s health to enhance the nurses ability to knowledgeably approach these issues. Since this course is on the topic of women’s contemporary health issues, nursing care for the pregnant woman is not discussed.
This course explores the underlying purposes of documentation, professional and regulatory requirements and processes, and best practices for adequate documentation to accurately reflect the patient's severity of illness and transition for care.
This course provides current information about nonopioid treatment modalities for pain to help nurses both educate patients about pain and advocate for safe and effective pain treatment based upon scientific evidence. The course discusses, in detail, acetaminophen and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), including aspirin, nonselective cyclooxygenase inhibitors, and cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors. Adjuvant medications including tricyclic antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, botulinum toxin, and anticonvulsants are also covered. Interventional pain therapies as therapeutic pain management tools are also presented.
This course provides nurses working with older adults in a variety of settings, including the community, acute, psychiatric, and long-term care, and at various points in transitions of care, with a solid foundation for assessing older adults across the healthcare continuum in the context of health, wellness, and chronic illness. Assessments covered follow the domains for the older adult that can impact quality of life including: emotional, physical, cognitive, social, spiritual, economic, family dynamics, care giving, and safety. The course discusses common geriatric conditions and syndromes - cognitive impairment, delirium, incontinence, malnutrition, falls, gait disorders, pressure ulcers, sleep disorders, sensory deficits, fatigue, and dizziness - that can have a significant impact on quality of life and disability.
This course provides essential information about the epidemiology, risk factors, prevention and detection strategies, common staging schemas, and treatments related to nursing practice for women diagnosed with breast cancer.
This course provides nurses with comprehensive evidence-based content to serve as a foundation for competent nursing care for the cancers that primarily affect women including: breast, ovarian, uterine, cervical, lung, colorectal, and skin cancers. Reviewing many of the major concepts in nursing care, this course includes nursing plans of care for women diagnosed with these cancers, provides an overview of the epidemiology of the cancer, risk factors and assessment, prevention and detection strategies, diagnosis, staging, and treatment modalities for each cancer.
This course presents current information about pain and nursing care for persons experiencing pain. The course will provide an understanding of the physiological mechanisms of nociceptive and neuropathic pain. Nurses will be able to describe pain assessment for patients across the lifespan and will be able to identify evidence-based assessment for patients whose cognitive impairment, age, or level of consciousness makes them incapable of reporting their pain. The course also provide an understanding of the pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment of acute and chronic pain, as well as treatment of pain at end-of-life. With this knowledge, nurses will be able to both educate patients about pain and advocate for safe and effective pain treatment based on scientific evidence.
All health care professionals (HCP) have a responsibility to understand the current opioid crisis and how they can contribute to countering this threat. All HCP who come into contact with patients have the potential to encounter individuals in danger of narcotic abuse. Awareness will facilitate an appropriate intervention. Those who may be more directly involved such as pharmacists, first responders, and emergency department personnel should consider more in-depth training. A thorough understanding of opioids, their misuse, and potential solutions to this public health issue will greatly contribute to improved patient health and quality of life.
This course presents an overview of intimate partner violence (IPV) and sexual assault (SA) issues that nurses in a variety of settings may encounter. Types of IPV and SA and risk factors are described. Health consequences are addressed, as well as the effects at various life stages from children to older adults. Screening and assessment strategies are reviewed, including working with special populations, such as immigrants, pregnant women, the LGBTQI community, and perpetrators.
This course addresses some of the more common age-related health concerns, including elder abuse, memory changes, and common chronic conditions and discusses how healthcare professionals can help older adults manage these conditions. The course also provides an overview of end-of-life issues including palliative and hospice care.
This course examines the complexities of assessing, preventing, and treating childhood obesity and includes nutritional recommendations across the pediatric age span and evidence-based treatment interventions. With an emphasis on addressing children at highest risk and the variety of factors that can influence obesity, the course also reviews family relationships and their role in obesity, as well as the role of media and marketing. Behavioral counseling and how it can be used to motivate patients and families to make changes is addressed.
The principles of end-of-life care focus on providing the best possible care and emotional support for patients and families with compassion and a respect for the dignity of the patient. This course provides nurses with 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 consider
Course release date: 11/12/2019 Course expiration date: 11/11/2022 Diseases and disorders of the gastrointestinal system affect millions of individuals each year. This course reviews many of the more common problems, and presents patient assessment needs, current treatments, and best practices for nursing care.
Health care personnel are on the front lines of the fight against human trafficking. Nurses, physicians, physician assistants, and all health care personnel must be alert to the often overlooked signs of trafficking in their patients. This course is designed to provide a sensitive review of the issue of abuse in human trafficking, how it affects patients and their families, and practice evidence-based care to identify, care for, and report victims of human trafficking. This modern slavery issue has been gaining ground and the silent victims are in critical need of care and interventions.
The course is intended for both new and experienced home health nurses, as well as those nurses who may be interested in pursuing a career in home health or who may work closely with home health agencies. The course reviews current trends driving and affecting home care, home care agency structure, and home health nurse attributes and skills. It also reviews the Medicare home health regulations and reimbursement system, home health nursing standards of practice, and home health quality and performance improvement initiatives.
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.
This course provides an overview of mindfulness techniques, the neurobiological underpinnings of how mindfulness works in the brain, and evidence of the effectiveness of mindfulness in different areas of life. The course also discusses methods to foster mindfulness and describes how nurses can begin a mindfulness practice for themselves and their patients, including suggestions for guided sessions.
This course provides essential information about bipolar and related disorders, including epidemiology, signs and symptoms, causal and associated risk factors, assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and implementation, symptom management, relapse-prevention and symptom-management strategies for long-term stabilization, and outcomes evaluation.
Antibiotic-resistant illnesses cost billions of dollars each year and result in thousands of unnecessary lives lost. This course focuses on the most common antibiotic-resistant infections, their identification, and recommended treatments.
This course provides information to help nurses update their mental health skills and knowledge of current psychiatric treatments. The course discusses psychiatric disorders, treatment modalities, therapeutic communication skills, medications, and cultural variances in how mental illness is perceived and treated in adults and children. The broad categories of psychiatric disorders reflective of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition (DSM-5) are also presented.
Chest pain is a common
complaint in the emergency department and requires meticulous history, exam and
work-up. While chest pain may be due to non-cardiac complaints such as
pulmonary embolism, the healthcare team must correctly identify when a patient
is experiencing or at risk of developing acute coronary syndrome. Coronary
computed tomography angiography and coronary artery calcium scoring are two
non-invasive tests, which can help identify plaque in low-and intermediate-risk
patients, and subsequently direct care as needed. There are nursing
considerations specific to both these tests including obtaining pulse and blood
pressure, administering medications, obtaining IV access and performing a
history and exam.
This course reviews factors from the prenatal period through late adolescence that contribute to obesity. Provides nutritional information for children in each developmental stage. Discusses family food choices, modeling behaviors, and evidence-based treatment approaches.
This course provides current, evidenced-based information on the etiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, treatment options, and prevention strategies for women who have or are at risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD). The course presents both theoretical and practical aspects of caring for and teaching women through self-care practices to reduce or eliminate the risk of developing CVD and to control existing disease.
This course provides nurses caring for women in a variety of healthcare settings - acute care facilities, private practices, public settings, home health environments, and community outreach programs - with information to help them take an individual approach to assisting women who are progressing through menopause. The course discusses nursing care based on the most up-to-date standards and guidelines in order to help women make lifestyle choices.
This course covers the epidemiology, causes and risk factors of addiction. It discusses the diagnosis of substance use disorders and offers a brief overview of medications used to treat withdrawal. The course gives detailed information on the medications used to treat opioid use disorder, alcohol use disorder and tobacco use disorder.
This course presents many of the primary concepts in nursing care when women are diagnosed with malignancies. The common non-reproductive organ cancers that affect women are addressed, including lung, colorectal, and skin cancers. Information about each of these cancers includes an overview of the epidemiology of the cancer, risk factors, risk assessment, prevention and detection strategies, diagnosis, staging, and treatment modalities.
This course presents the legal aspects of nursing documentation, including the use of consent forms in patient care, documentation techniques to mitigate risk, and the necessity of incident reports to document adverse events.
This course will familiarize nurses with the current epidemic of vaping, including the types of chemical and drug exposures that may occur with vaping, health consequences, and strategies to curb the use of vaping. The course includes steps that have been taken to curb this epidemic and strategies the health care community can implement to safeguard against vaping.
This course addresses the essential information that every nurse should be aware of to prevent medical errors, including medication errors, central-line associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI), ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP), falls and immobility events, obstetrical adverse events, venous thromboembolism, pressure ulcers, and surgical site infections.
Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurologic disorder in the United States, with as many as 3 million people affected, and is associated with multiple co-morbid conditions affecting mental and physical health. This course presents information for nurses who are providing direct care to patients with a diagnosis of epilepsy in non-specialized neurology units in outpatient, acute care, and community settings.
This course provides a collection of information for a comprehensive, subjective pediatric health history, performing a systematic physical examination, and understanding common pediatric conditions. The course not only provides an introduction to pediatric health assessment for nurses with limited pediatric experience, but also serves as a refresher course for nurses caring for children in a variety of healthcare settings.
This course focuses on the most commonly misused addictive drugs. Twelve types of substances are described, including their biochemistry and effects on physical and mental health. The process of assessing and screening for these twelve substances is reviewed and prevention practices and therapeutic modalities are also described.
This course discusses the needs and challenges of individuals who provide care to persons with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and the important role that nurses play in preparing and supporting these caregivers. The course details nursing interventions for providing education, support, and anticipatory guidance to caregivers, including assessing prospective care needs and identifying and discussing available programs and resources. In addition to providing information that brings new knowledge to both the experienced and less experienced nurse, the course reinforces key concepts of how to care for the person with AD and how to best support their caregivers.
This course addresses the assessment and diagnosis of ADHD in adults and will improve the knowledge base, clinical understanding, and perspective of care, providing a framework within which healthcare professionals can understand and treat adults with ADHD in the twenty-first century. In addition, they will need to use this information to conduct a careful differential diagnosis.
This course provides nurses and other healthcare professionals working with older adults with the additional knowledge to provide satisfactory care to improve outcomes for older adults. The course will help nurses recognize the needs of older adult clients and develop person-centered plans to support, encourage, teach, and guide older adults to actively practice healthy lifestyles. This course sets the stage to develop a healthier society through optimal living and healthy aging for all to age well.
This course discusses the skills required by non-psychiatric nurses when caring for patients with psychiatric and mental health issues in general healthcare settings. The course presents information about which mental health conditions to expect and that may be encountered and possible nursing interventions that can help patients cope with their unique situations.
This course provides a detailed review of the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) for advanced practice nurses who have responsibilities that encompass all aspects of primary and specialized care.
This course provides the learner with knowledge about pain and nursing care for premature infants, older adults, and patients with developmental delays. The course also presents the pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment of acute and chronic pain for patients in these special populations. With this knowledge, the learner will be able to educate diverse patient groups about pain and advocate for safe and effective pain treatment based upon scientific evidence.
This course provides evidence-based research guidelines for the management and treatment of patients with asthma to incorporate into their clinical practice. The pathology of asthma, disease symptoms, environmental triggers, diagnosis, treatment, associated conditions, and health education are discussed, as well as the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program’s (NAEPPs) guidelines for the treatment and management of patients with asthma.
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.
This course focuses on substance misuse prevention, assessment, and treatment strategies detailing nursing care for patients with various substance use disorders, the description of prevention practices, and patient assessment.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of diabetes to enable nurses in a variety of settings to provide safe and efficient care. With this knowledge, nurses can assist patients with diabetes in learning successful self-management practices and becoming more aware of resources to help reduce the risk of long-term complications, thus improving their quality of life.
This course provides essential information that nurses can use to help individuals, families, and communities cope with loss, grief, and bereavement or reflect on issues and practices related to death. The course presents the the role of palliative and hospice care in providing the highest quality end-of-life care and content on advance care planning.
This course provides nurses in any setting with a strong understanding of relevant content related to attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to become more competent and confident in their ability to recognize, manage, and effectively intervene when caring for persons affected by ADHD. The course presents information that may be new or furthers the understanding of learned concepts related to ADHD research, diagnosis, and treatment across the lifespan.
This course presents content to enhance the learner's current knowledge of women's reproductive health for women of all ages. The course focuses on women’s contemporary reproductive health issues, therefore nursing care of the pregnant woman is not covered. Topics covered in this course include birth control methods, preconception care issues and infertility, and common sexually transmitted infections.
This course presents essential information for nurses providing palliative and hospice care to seriously ill and dying patients and their families. Content on advanced care planning helps nurses become better communicators with patients and fosters a better understanding of the different settings and eligibility requirements for palliative and hospice care. Misconceptions and barriers to providing end-of-life care are also discussed.
This course provides an overview of Alzheimer's disease (AD), the biological processes related to AD, the criteria for its diagnosis, and key approaches which nurses can adopt in order to better understand, prevent, and effectively respond to the challenging behaviors demonstrated by patients who experience dementia, and specifically AD.
This course provides an overview of common pediatric mental health issues, including descriptions of the signs and symptoms for particular conditions, indicators of a psychiatric emergency, and appropriate treatment interventions for each case presented. Early diagnosis and intervention can critically affect positive outcomes of pediatric mental health disorders, making the accurate and comprehensive assessment of the pediatric patient’s mental health a crucial component of each pediatric examination.
This course examines psychiatric disorders in primary care nursing using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition (DSM-5) from the American Psychiatric Association. Substance use and depressive disorders are covered, focusing primarily on the more commonly encountered diagnoses.
This course provides a comprehensive guide to Alzheimer’s disease pathology and diagnosis, disease progression, key components of patient-centered nursing assessment, and interventions specific to individuals experiencing dementia. The course also addresses caregiving concerns and caregiver planning.
This course focuses on cancer prevention, early cancer detection, and nursing care of adults with cancer during and after treatment. This course is intended to help nurses provide not only cancer care, but accurate and up-to- date information as well.
This course provides an overview of how research demonstrates that the higher an individual’s body mass index (BMI), the higher the risk for developing asthma. Regardless, asthma associated with obesity often is more difficult to control and less likely to respond to traditional asthma therapy.
This course provides information on immunization recommendations for children and adolescents, including route and dosing, contraindications, clinical recommendations, clinical options for altered schedules or delayed vaccinations, and distinguishing between immunization myths and facts. With updated information, nurses can be instrumental in improving immunization rates in their communities and, as a result, decrease the incidence of immunization-preventable diseases.
The information presented in this course is applicable to all nurses, regardless of their practice setting or scope of practice, and defines the scope of the problem of prescription medication abuse. Nurses are positioned to mitigate this growing problem by identifying the most commonly abused medications, risk factors for substance use disorders, and methods of acquisition of these medications.
This course provides nurses caring for patients with an ostomy, or ostomates, with a synopsis of incontinent urinary and fecal diversion, with a brief discussion of continent diversions, and also serves as an ostomy management primer. The course includes a review of relevant gastrointestinal (GI) and urinary system anatomy, disease processes or conditions requiring the surgical formation of an ostomy are summarized, and a brief description of GI and urinary surgical procedures.
This course focuses on the nurse's role in assessing and intervening to address communication challenges, nutrition, incontinence, falls and restraint use, and pain and hospitalization for the person with Alzheimer’s disease. It’s important to think beyond the physical care of the person with dementia. The course also examines spirituality, palliative and end-of-life care, and pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions for the person with Alzheimer’s disease.
This course presents nurses with a basic overview of psychiatric disorders, discussing the current trends in diagnosis, treatment modalities, and medications. The course covers therapeutic communication skills and cultural variances in the way mental illness is perceived and treated in adults and children.
This course provides thorough information to promote the understanding of this condition. In turn, this will greatly contribute to their patients’ sexual health and quality of life. As primary health care professionals, it is imperative that APNs clearly understand the pathology of ED and steps to reduce its impact.
This course provides a history of the science and practice of yoga and the many physical and mental health benefits for nurses and patients. It is important to learn and practice yoga postures, proper breathing, and meditation to help promote a balance of all three. Various types of yoga and the importance of the role of a yoga teacher for safe practice is discussed.
This course provides an overview for nurses working in a variety of roles and settings, addressing the history, incidence, etiology, and risk factors for PTSD and identifies diagnostic criteria across all age groups. Screening and assessment are discussed, as well as the disorder’s major clinical signs and symptoms. Special considerations for assessing and diagnosing for specific populations are presented and therapeutic approaches for treating and managing PTSD are discussed.
This course presents nurses who work in ambulatory centers, private practice, pharmacies, hospitals, and community health facilities, with information to help develop practice guidelines and patient education materials about dietary supplements and participate in shared-decision making with people who are choosing dietary supplements for use in self-care.
This course presents foundational information about therapeutic humor, the difference between humor and laughter, the history of humor in health care, how humor develops as we mature, and how humor affects the biological, psychological, and sociological health of an individual.