|Suicide Prevention Supporting Life Before, During, and After A Suicidal Crisis›
Suicidal thoughts and behaviors affect people of every race, ethnicity, age, culture, and faith. This CE course identifies a set of suicide prevention competencies - the recommended attitudes, approaches, and skills for support...
|Coordinated Care Plan to Prevent Older Adult Falls›
Falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among adults age 65 and older in the United States. This CE course provides a framework for managing older patients' fall risk by offering practical suggestions to inco...
|OSHA Practices for Safety and Health Programs›
Safety and health programs foster a proactive approach to finding and fixing workplace hazards before they can cause injury or illness. This CE course describes new OSHA recommended practices and reviews what has been learned f...
|Human Trafficking Victims›
Human trafficking, also known as modern day slavery, is a crime that involves the exploitation of a person for the purpose of compelled labor or a commercial sex act. This CE course details a series of coordinated actions to st...
|Pursuing Organizational Cultural Competence›
Note: This course was extracted from SAMHSA's (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Treatment Improvement Protocol Manual #59 Improving Cultural Competence. Please refer to the original manual for references and appendices.
|Implementing Change in Long Term Care›
NAB Approval Number: 20211222-4.00-A70381-DL
Effective patient care and leadership are essential to long-term care facilities. This course will review methods and strategies health care professionals may use to induce change in order to improve u...
|Quality Series: Organizational Leadership›|
Quality outcomes have expanded into new processes incorporating evidence-based knowledge into professional practice. Healthcare reimbursement is significantly impacted by quality outcomes. Nurses can provide essential leadership in quality outcomes.
|Case Management Basics›
Case management is an area of practice that offers nurses an opportunity to build on their clinical knowledge, as well as their communication and nursing process skills to function in an expanded and more autonomous role than direct patient care. Nurse...
|Operating Room Nursing (CNOR) Certification Review Course›
Prepare for the Operating Room Nursing (CNOR) exam with Nurse.com’s CNOR® live prep course. This online certified nurse manager leader review course is designed to fit your personal schedule and timeline and includes the latest nurse leadersh...
|Nursing Professional Development NPD-BC Certification Review Course›
Prepare for the ANCC Nursing Professional Development board exam with Nurse.com's Nursing Professional Development Certification (NPD-BC) Review course. This NPD® certification review course is designed to fit your personal schedule and timeline an...
|Nurse Manager and Leader (CNML) Certification Review Course›
Prepare for the Nurse Manager and Leader (CNML) exam with Nurse.com’s CNML® certification test prep course. This online certified nurse manager leader review course is designed to fit your personal schedule and timeline and includes the lates...
|Nurse Executive (NE-BC) Certification Review Course›
Prepare for the Nurse Executive (NE-BC) exam with Nurse.com’s NE-BC® certification test prep course. This online Nurse Executive program is designed to fit your personal schedule and timeline and includes the latest nurse leadership best prac...
|Certified in Executive Nursing Practice (CENP) Certification Review Course›
Prepare for the Certified in Executive Nursing Practice (CENP) exam with Nurse.com’s CENP® certification test prep course. This online CENP certification course is designed to fit your personal schedule and timeline. Gain the latest best prac...
Simulation is a technique to replace or amplify experiences found in real life. In healthcare, it is used to improve patient safety and enhance care, not only by refining individual skill and decision making, but by honing the performance of clinical t...
In 2014, the American Nurses Credentialing Center published an updated Magnet Recognition Program Application Manual. However, the components of the Magnet Model remained the same: emphasizing the importance of using a leadership style known as transfo...
|Developing Your Leadership Potential›
As the largest healthcare profession in the U.S. and the profession positioned on the front line of patient care, nurses are crucial for leading change and advancing health. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Institute of Medicine made recommen...
|Surviving and Thriving with Conflict on the Job›
Conflict is part of every work environment, including healthcare organizations. In the past, conflict in the workplace was regarded as dysfunctional, representing a breakdown in communication that would either go away by itself or be resolved with some...
|Succession Planning in Nursing: Who Are Tomorrow’s Leaders?›
To ensure a pool of qualified internal candidates, succession planning is a necessary business tactic. Succession planning encompasses the focused, formal assessment and development of individuals for future positions in leadership. The Bureau of Labor...
|Evidence-Based Effective Nursing Leadership: Check Your Practice›
Rarely do nurse leaders consider that their leadership practice should also be evidence-based. The use of evidence-based practice helps leaders to make more effective leadership decisions based on research and knowledge rather than traditions, hunches,...
|Learning to Lead: From Staff Nurse to Charge Nurse›
All nurses are leaders. They not only support patients in doing what they are unable to do for themselves, but they also manage their care and lead them toward a vision and personal goal of better health. Most nurses find themselves in a position to le...
|Mental Health Pharmacology for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course›
At the completion of this activity, the nurse should be able to:
Briefly define the pathophysiology, and discuss the benefits, risks, adverse effects, and monitoring parameters for drugs used for the treatment of attention deficit disorder/attent...
|Mental Health Prescribing for APRNs Nursing CE Course›
At the completion of this activity, the APRN should be able to:
Briefly define the pathophysiology, and discuss the benefits, risks, adverse effects, and monitoring parameters for drugs used for the treatment of attention deficit disorder/attenti...
|New Nurse Educator Survival Guide Nursing CE Course›
At the conclusion of this exercise, the nurse will be prepared to:
Review the basic aspects of transitioning to the academic nurse educator role for a clinical nurse.Consider the educational requirements and experience for an academic nurse educa...
|Nursing Leadership Nursing CE Course›
Upon completion of this module, the learner should be able to:
All nurses can be leaders. Nurses with diverse educational backgrounds, degrees, and training can be leaders. Registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs...
|Burnout: Impact on Nursing and Quality of Care›
This course provides an overview of burnout, including the evolution of its definition, its causes, related symptoms, identification, and measurement. The effects of burnout are broad, with consequences not only for the individual perso...
|Health Issues Distinctive to Women›
Health issues distinctive to women encompass all of the dimensions in which a woman interacts with herself and her environment—mind, body, and spirit. This course will include information on healthy lifestyle behaviors, risk facto...
|Bullying: Real-life strategies to reduce the frequency and impact of bullying in healthcare›
This peer reviewed course is applicable for the following professions: Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Home Health Aid (H...