School Nursing Ceus

Course Title Provider Hours Cost
Principles of Substance Abuse Prevention for Early Childhood

While substance use generally begins during the adolescent years, there are known biological, psychological, social, and environmental factors that contribute to the risks that begin accumulating as early as the prenatal period.... 4.00 hrs $20.00
Substance Misuse Prevention for Young Adults

Research indicates substance misuse among young adults may be on the rise. Therefore, it is important for health care professionals to obtain insight into effective prevention practices to mitigate risk factors associated with substance misuse ... 5.00 hrs $25.00
First-Episode Psychosis and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders

The transition to adulthood can be especially challenging for young people who experience an emerging serious mental illness such as first-episode psychosis and who have a co-occurring substance use condition, and research shows... 2.00 hrs $10.00
Frontal Temporal Disorders (Update)

Frontotemporal disorders lead to dementias that affect personality, behavior, language, and movement. This CE course explains what is known about the different types of disorders and how they are diagnosed, as well as describin... 2.00 hrs $10.00
Marijuana Update

Changes in marijuana policies across states legalizing marijuana for medical and/or recreational use suggest that marijuana is gaining greater acceptance in our society. This CE course covers what is particularly important for ... 2.00 hrs $10.00
After a Suicide: A Toolkit for Schools

The suicide of a student can leave a school faced with grieving students, distressed parents and school staff, media attention, and a community struggling to understand what happened and why. This CE course provides guidance an... 2.00 hrs $10.00
Supporting Brain Development in Traumatized Youth

For children and youth who experience child abuse or neglect and associated trauma, brain development may be interrupted, leading to functional impairments. This CE course summarizes what healthcare professionals can do to prom... 1.00 hrs $5.00
Pregnancy Prevention Services For High Risk Youth

Youth in alternative school settings may be at particularly high risk for teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and associated sexual risk behaviors. This CE course examines the strategies for delivering adole... 3.00 hrs $15.00
Tobacco Product Use Among Diverse Populations

This CEU course explores the trends of tobacco use in the United States, with special focus on American Indians / Alaska Natives, military veterans, middle and high school students, and tobacco use in movies.

Arti... 4.00 hrs $20.00
Strategies for Preventing Child Maltreatment

The problems that children develop due to child abuse and neglect have negative impacts that ripple across the lifespan, affecting children's chances to succeed in school, work, and relationships. This CEU course focuses on pro... 6.00 hrs $30.00
Suicide Prevention in High Schools

This toolkit was prepared for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) in collaboration with Education Development Center, Inc. This t... 10.00 hrs $50.00
Identifying Mental Health and Substance Abuse Problems of Children and Youth

Illinois Specific Approvals: Counselor I or II, Preventionist I or II, CARS I or II, MISA I or II or III, PCGC II, CCJP II, CAAP I, CRSS I or II, MAATP I or II, RDDP, NCRS I or II, CFPP II, ATE

This course is intended to promote the earl... 10.00 hrs $50.00
Safe Patient Handling

This public domain document includes an entire curriuclum for use by nurse educators to assist in properly teaching nurses new to the field safe patient handling and movement. Feel free to download this entire document to use in your ... 3.00 hrs $15.00
The Opioid Crisis and the Hispanic Latino Population

The current opioid epidemic is one of the largest drug epidemics recorded in U.S. history. In 2017, the opioid epidemic in the U.S. has declared a national public health emergency due to the amount of related overdose deaths involving opioids and the i... 2.00 hrs $10.00
Treatment for Suicidal Ideation

Suicide, suicide attempts, self-harm, and suicidal ideation are significant public health concerns in young people. Suicide is now the second leading cause of death for adolescents and young adults aged 15 to 24 in the United States, and suicide attemp... 2.00 hrs $10.00
Pediatric Respiratory Infections

Children frequently develop respiratory infections. This course will inform physicians and nursing professionals about viral and bacterial respiratory infections that affect children, so they can recognize the diseases and provide the most effective ca... 5.80 hrs $47.00
Common Pediatric Problems in Ambulatory Care

Pediatric ambulatory care consists of well-child and preventive care and treating and managing acute and chronic health conditions. Nurses provide holistic care to the pediatric patient by synthesizing their nursing assessments with caregiver concerns.... 5.00 hrs $38.00
Ambulatory Preceptor: Principles of Adult Learning

Adult learners do not learn in the same manner as children do in grade school. When preceptoring nurses in the ambulatory care setting, preceptors should be familiar with the principles of adult learners. Understanding different adult learning theories... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Domestic Violence Awareness for Healthcare Personnel

Nurses encounter victims of domestic violence or intimate partner violence regardless of where they work. Those who practice in offices, hospitals, clinics, homes, or facilities must be aware that living with domestic violence may be part of a person&r... 2.00 hrs $15.00
Fact or Fiction? Test Your Readiness to Provide Nursing Care for Youth with Seizure Clusters Outside of the Hospital

Epilepsy is one of the most common chronic diseases among children and adolescents, and seizures are a frequent school health emergency. Effective rescue therapies are now available for use outside of the hospital setting to treat seizure clusters, whi... 1.00 hrs FREE
Common Biting Insects

Most people go through life without noticing insects unless they are irritated, bitten, or stung by one of them. Yet insects are the dominant and most successful animal life form on earth. They represent more than half of all known living organisms. Th... 0.75 hrs $12.00
Nutritional Concerns for Vegetarian or Vegan Teens

Are you prepared to provide nutritional care for an adolescent who follows a vegetarian, vegan, or plant-based diet? Scientific evidence suggests a positive relationship between plant-based eating patterns and reduced risk of disease. Strict forms of v... 0.50 hrs $12.00
Fetal Alcohol Exposure

This course reviews the causes, diagnosis, consequences, and management of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). Discussion includes that of the spectrum of birth defects related to prenatal alcohol consumption, the effects of FASD, and how nurses h... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Non-Suicidal Self-Injurious Behavior in Adults

Non-suicidal self-injurious behaviors occur with greater frequency in adolescents and young adults. However, clinicians often overlook that adults also engage in these behaviors. Treating non-suicidal self-injurious behavior is critical, as it is assoc... 1.50 hrs $15.00
Pediatric Tracheostomy Emergencies

Pediatric patients with congenital and acquired conditions may require a tracheostomy tube. To care for a child with a tracheostomy tube, healthcare professionals must understand the reason the child requires a tracheostomy, the functional status of th... 0.50 hrs $12.00
Bacterial Meningitis

Members of the healthcare team must be able to recognize symptoms of bacterial meningitis to expedite testing and treatment, and advocate for preventive vaccination among appropriate age groups. With knowledge of preventive measures and awareness of ea... 0.50 hrs $6.00
Concussion Evaluation and Management in Pediatric Patients

Concussions are head injuries that are caused by a traumatic, biomechanical force. The symptoms of concussion are primarily the result of functional disturbances, not structural injuries, and may include headache, dizziness, changes in mood or behavior... 1.25 hrs $12.00
Asthma Management

Asthma is a common chronic health condition that affects patients of all ages. It can significantly impair the quality of life of people who have the disease because of its effect on a basic life function: the act of breathing. Management of asthma is ... 1.25 hrs $12.00
Bed Bugs: Prevention, Treatment, and Education

Bed bugs are a pervasive nuisance in the U.S. and across the globe. The prototypical arthropod species Cimex lectularius looks similar to miniature cockroaches and feeds on the blood of humans and some animals. Bed bugs tend to live in areas ... 1.50 hrs $12.00
Pools and Pathogens: What You Need to Know

Healthcare professionals need to be informed about the pathogens found swimming in public pools.   With Cryptosporidium, one fecal accident can pollute all the water in a pool and swallowing a few mouthfuls of water can result in an infecti... 0.75 hrs $12.00
Zoonoses: Animals Can Make You Sick

Cats, dogs, and other animals can transmit a wide variety of diseases to humans, ranging from trivial infections to life-threatening diseases. In the U.S., casual contact and bites from animals cause millions of human infections every year. Animals can... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Comparing Career Paths for BSN and MSN

Furthering education improves one’s sense of personal fulfillment and achievement. Research studies indicate baccalaureate-prepared nurses positively impact patient outcomes and are more likely to be hired when compared to nurses without a Bachel... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Getting your BSN – the Basics and the Benefits

Have you ever thought about your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)? Perhaps you are contemplating enrolling in nursing school or you are already a practicing nurse. This course will help you discover how you can begin your educational journey to ach... 1.00 hrs $12.00
How to Thrive in an Online BSN Program

The 2010 Institute of Medicine’s recommendation to increase the percentage of baccalaureate prepared nurses to 80% by 2020 resulted in an expansion of BSN programs. There are over 600 online RN-BSN programs today. Online nursing programs provide ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Sexual Violence Against Women on College Campuses

The number of sexual assaults among women on college campuses is now estimated at 1 in 5. The potential consequences of sexual assault include a host of individual, social, and academic problems. Individuals may exhibit symptoms of depression, anxiety,... 1.50 hrs $15.00
Trauma-Informed Care: The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on Health

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have lasting negative effects on adult health, in the form of risk-taking behaviors, and chronic disease. More than half of the U.S. population has experienced at least one adverse childhood event and 14.3% have exp... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the most commonly diagnosed GI disorder in the United States. It can limit activities of daily living, productivity, socialization, and travel, significantly decreasing quality of life. It is well accepted that food pl... 1.50 hrs $15.00
Type 2 Diabetes Reaches Epidemic Proportions Among Youth

Unless immediate action is taken, the epidemic of type 2 diabetes in youth promises to be costly in terms of early health complications and healthcare expenditures. Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in the U.S. among children, and an ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Adolescent Dating Violence

Dating as a concept has an outdated meaning for today’s young people. Few report dating as it was experienced in previous years; rather, many teens talk about “hooking up, going out, talking, or fooling around.” Dating violence, howev... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases

Tick populations are increasing in the United States and their geographic ranges are expanding, largely due to climate change. Since ticks are responsible for nearly 95% of annually reported vector-borne diseases, this increase represents a new and sev... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Earning Degrees By Distance Education

Advancing in the nursing profession, and in some cases even maintaining a current position, may require a return to academic education. Returning to school can be daunting for adult learners. Balancing work, family, and traditional classes feels like a... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Spare the Rod? Children and Physical Punishment

Spanking, other physical/corporal punishment, and child abuse are very different. How does a person differentiate among them? More importantly, how does a child perceive the difference? Traditionally, American parents have used spanking and other forms... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Picky Eaters

Food wars are every caregiver’s nightmare. It is not unusual for a toddler to exhibit a number of feeding behaviors that parents consider problematic. Food jags, refusal to try new foods, or sensitivity to the sensory properties of food is common... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Obesity and the School-Age Child

The increasing prevalence of childhood obesity is a major public health concern in the U.S. Approximately one-third of American children are overweight or obese. Obese children are more likely to become obese adults, with an increased risk of developin... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Obesity in Young Children

Nearly 1 in 5 American children are obese (Hales et al., 2017). Children who are obese often experience bullying, low self-esteem, and depression. Left untreated, children who are obese are likely to become adults who are obese with an increased risk o... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Nocturnal Enuresis: How We Can Help Children Stay Dry

More than 5-7 million children in the United States live with nocturnal enuresis (NE), resulting in a blow to their self-esteem. They forgo age-appropriate activities, such as overnight camps or sleep overs, and can become increasingly frustrated. They... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Tourette Syndrome

The Tourette Association of America estimates that one in every 160 children has been diagnosed with TS, and one out of 100 children has a tic disorder. TS affects boys three to four times as often as girls, and about 86% of those afflicted have been d... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Out of Harm’s Way: Healthy Home for Children

Young children are extremely vulnerable to hazards in their home environment. The dangers vary by age and the stage of development; for example, suffocation, which includes choking and strangulation, is the leading cause of death from unintentional inj... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Meth Abuse: Coming Soon to Your Neighborhood

Methamphetamine is a central nervous system stimulant similar in structure to amphetamine. Methamphetamine is classified as a Schedule II drug, which means it has a high potential for abuse and psychological or physical dependence. Although methampheta... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Self-Injury: Cutting Through the Tension

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual-5 of the American Psychiatric Association considers nonsuicidal self-injury as a condition for further study. The manual defines NSSI as “intentional self-inflicted damage to the surface of the body of the so... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Human Papillomavirus and the Vaccinations

In the U.S., more people are infected with human papillomavirus (HPV) than any other sexually transmitted infection. About 79 million Americans are infected, with 14 million new infections annually. Most sexually active people will become infected duri... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Bridging the Generation Gaps

Today's healthcare workforce is a lively mix of generations. Today's workforce is retiring later, and we now have five distinct generations working together: Veterans (born 1922 to 1946); baby boomers (born 1946 to 1964); and Generations (Gen) X( born ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Domestic Violence Awareness for Healthcare Professionals

Domestic violence occurs in relationships among family members, partners, and people who share the same household or are dating; it includes child and elder abuse. Over the past 25 years, progress has been made in reducing domestic violence. However, d... 3.00 hrs $22.00
Dog Bites in Children

Each day in the U.S., about 1,000 people seek emergency care for dog bites (, n.d.). Injuries occur in a spectrum of severity from minor scratches and abrasions to major complicated wounds, such as deep open lacerations, puncture wounds, cr... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Keeping Adolescents on a Healthy Track

Working with adolescents is an exciting and challenging opportunity for nurses. An understanding of the basic concepts of adolescent health provides a framework for effective care for adolescents. This continuing education course includes a review of p... 4.00 hrs $25.00
Violence and Families

Most violent crime cases in our society are documented statistically in the FBI Uniform Crime Reports and National Crime Victimization Surveys and clinically by the number of victims admitted to EDs of trauma centers and hospitals. People are more apt ... 2.00 hrs $15.00
A Complementary and Integrative Practices Potpourri

Data from the 2012 National Health Interview Survey showed that about 34% of American adults and 12% of children use some form of complementary and alternative medicine. Because of consumers' heightened interest in complementary treatments and their wi... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Anabolic Steroids and Other Performance-Enhancing Drugs — Body Busters, Not Builders

Once viewed as a problem only associated with body builders, Olympians, and professional athletes, performance-enhancing drug abuse is no longer confined to these groups. In addition to those taking these drugs for sports, larger numbers of young peopl... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is associated with many behavioral, social, and psychological problems such as school failure, family problems, social difficulties, depression, and anxiety. Previously, it was thought that most children ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which provides multisite surveillance of the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder, reports that the average prevalence of ASD among those identified in school districts was about 1 per 68, with boys (1 ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Uncovering Depression

Clinical, or major, depression is a significant chronic disease worldwide. The World Health Organization identifies depression as the leading cause of disability worldwide and estimates more than 300 million people suffer from depression and almost 800... 1.00 hrs $12.00
The Vegetarian Teen

There is increased interest in reducing intake of animal products. Adolescents in particular are likely to experiment with diet and eager to express their individualism. Are you prepared to provide nutritional care for an adolescent who is a vegetarian... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Child Abuse

In the U.S., child abuse and neglect remain growing problems. Healthcare and other professionals are  uniquely positioned to identify child abuse and neglect. Early recognition often leads to intervention and support that can reduce further incide... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Depression and Suicide: Risk Factors, Diagnosis and Treatment

This course has been approved for 2 hours by the Commission on Case Manager Certification for 2014 and 2015.

16.2 million adults reported depression episodes in 2016. The prevalence of depression was highest among adults ages 18 to 25 years. Amon... 1.50 hrs $15.00
The Sobering Facts About Fetal Alcohol Exposure

Alcohol is known to be poisonous to a fetus throughout gestation, and when a pregnant woman consumes alcohol, it is delivered directly to the fetus. The term fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is the term for a group of conditions that may occur wh... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another: Recognizing a Form of Child Abuse

Abuse by factitious disorder imposed on another (FDIA) occurs when the parent seeks medical attention for their child that subjects the child to unnecessary extensive testing and medical interventions. The disorder, previously known as Munchausen syndr... 1.00 hrs $12.00
School RNs Lead Education Efforts for Students with Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in school-age children. For students with diabetes to have a successful school experience, school nurses must be well-informed about the students’ special needs. The school nurse is the most app... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Seizure Disorders

Epilepsy has been shrouded in myth and misunderstanding throughout history. It’s not a single disease entity; rather, it’s a heterogeneous group of disorders that have a common thread — abnormal nerve cell (neuronal) activity that pro... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Head Lice

An estimated 6 million to 12 million infestations of head lice occur each year in the U.S. among children ages 3 to 11. The control of head lice is based frequently on perceptions rather than evidence. This program will expand healthcare professionals'... 1.00 hrs $12.00
The Nose Knows: Insights Into Allergic Rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis (AR) affects an estimated 50 million people in the United States (> 16% of the population annually) and costs more than 18 billion each year. Allergic rhinitis is the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the United States. T... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Helping Children Who Are Being Teased and Bullied

Surveys have shown that about 20% to 28% of American adolescents (middle school and high school age) report being bullied. Research studies have shown that those who are chronically teased or bullied can suffer short- and long-term psychological conseq... 1.00 hrs $12.00
HIPAA and Confidentiality: Practice May Change, But Principles Endure

The federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was implemented in 1996 and has been revised since then. HIPAA can refer to guidelines that protect your ability to maintain your health insurance as you move from job to job or pl... 1.00 hrs $12.00
How Can We Reach Teenage Smokers?

While progress has been made in reducing the number of youth smokers, the rate of decline has slowed. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, every day about 3,200 youth under the age of 18 smoke a cigarette for the first time. A... 1.00 hrs $12.00
The ABCs of Hepatitis: Preventive Measures Can Halt Transmission

Viral hepatitis is endemic in many parts of the world. In the United States, hepatitis B is the most common cause of symptomatic acute hepatitis. Most viral hepatitis is caused by A, B, or C viruses. Less common causes are known as non-ABC. None of the... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Internet Safety: Child Exploitation and How Nurses Can Minimize the Risks

Computers, mobile devices, and related technologies have become a daily part of life for children and adolescents. The internet is an expedient mode of communication and provides access to a wealth of information, but it can also be detrimental to the ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Adolescent Drinking: The Sobering Facts About Teen Alcohol Use and Abuse

Adolescent alcohol use and abuse is a serious public health problem that shows no signs of abating. Alcohol use by teens is defined as at least one drink in the past 30 days, binge use is five or more drinks on the same occasion at least once in the pa... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Lead Poisoning in Children

Nurses are in an ideal position to help eradicate lead poisoning through primary prevention activities that reduce children’s exposure. Pediatric encounters, especially in public health settings, in EDs, and in outpatient and inpatient settings, ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
An Interprofessional School-Based Team's Approach to Caring for Lilly

Public schools serve children with disabilities in the “least restrictive environment” possible, meaning most children are included in the general classrooms with supportive services built into their days. Healthcare professionals work with... 1.50 hrs $15.00
Biting Bugs

This module describes four common biting insects that use human blood as a source of food. It also includes information on the brown recluse spider, a spider that’s often blamed for skin lesions across the country, even in areas where no brown re... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Bronchiolitis In Children: An Evidence-Based Approach

Respiratory syncytial virus is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia in children younger than one year of age. It is highly contagious and readily spread from hands to the eyes and nose. Clinical guidelines and research provide guidance ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
How Nurses Can Help Prevent Child Maltreatment

Nurses who work with children with behavioral and emotional difficulties should keep an open mind as to whether these behaviors indicate a history of abuse, a history of other trauma, or both. Nurses who provide or arrange for mental health treatment o... 7.00 hrs $42.00
Parental Reactions to Having a Child With Special Healthcare Needs

The National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs found that 14.6 million children (ages 0 to 17) in the United States (19.8%) have special healthcare needs. Caring for a child with a disability or chronic health condition is often a lifel... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Prescription Drug Abuse: Knowing the Danger Signs

Most people take prescribed medications properly, but many obtain drugs fraudulently, use medications that are not prescribed to them, or use more than prescribed or take them for reasons other than medically indicated. The nonmedical use of prescripti... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Recognizing Drug-Seeking Behavior

The 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health estimated that 6.2 million Americans ages 12 and older misused psychotherapeutic drugs in the previous month. Of those, 3.3 million were misusers of pain relievers, 2 million of tranquilizers, 1.7 mi... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Exercise for Health and Fitness

Only about half of American adults engage is the recommended aerobic activity as outlined in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. Health care professionals need to understand the latest exercise ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Sports-Related Concussions: Tackling a Growing Trend

Schools, counties, states, and athletic organizations are paying attention to the dangers of concussions and taking steps to mitigate them. A concussion results from a direct blow to the head, neck, or body in which impulsive forces are transmitted to ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Starting Your Career as an Advanced Practice RN

The current healthcare environment offers new opportunities and a growing demand for advanced practice registered nurses. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing describes four types of nurses who are considered APRNs: certified nurse practitio... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Taking an Exposure History

Our physical environment can be harmful, especially when people and communities are exposed to toxic substances, irritants, infectious agents, and physical hazards in homes, schools, and worksites. Determining a person’s risk and reducing exposur... 1.00 hrs $12.00
The Pox Collection

The last outbreak of smallpox in the United States occurred in 1949, and the last naturally occurring case of smallpox in the world occurred in Somalia in 1977 — 10 years after the World Health Organization started a worldwide campaign to eradica... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Food Allergies in Children

One in 13 children in the U.S. are reported to have a food allergy. The rate of ED visits for food allergy-related anaphylaxis from 2005 to 2014 increased 214% in children ages 0 to 17 years. Despite the risk of severe allergic reactions and even death... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Forensic Nursing and School Shooters

Many forensic nurses focus on interpersonal violence. At one time, schools — a workplace for students, teachers, and nurses — were considered safe. The reality is that violence on school grounds and inside school buildings is continuing in ... 1.50 hrs $15.00
Children in Pain

Children's pain is undertreated for a number of complex and interrelated reasons. These include professionals’ misconceptions about pain and pain management and the complexity of pain assessment (particularly in nonverbal children). Additionally,... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Child Care Quandary: When to Exclude an Ill Child

Socioeconomic trends and welfare reform over the past two decades have led to a distinct rise in the number of mothers entering the workforce and an increase in the number of young children being cared for by nonparental caregivers. Healthcare professi... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Update

The development of many vaccines in the last 70 years has dramatically reduced the cases of infectious diseases in the United States and around the world. However, recent outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases have underscored the challenges to the ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 1: Pathophysiology, Risk Factors, and Diagnosis Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the learner will be prepared to:

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory airway disorder characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness and recurrent episodes of acute symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, chest tightness... 1.00 hrs Varies
Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 3: The Assessment and Pharmacological Treatment of Mild-to-Moderate Asthma Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the APRN will be prepared to:

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory airway disorder characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness and recurrent episodes of acute symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, a... 1.50 hrs Varies
Asthma Nursing CE Course for APRNs Part 4: The Management of Severe Asthma: Biologics, Asthma Exacerbations, Special Populations, and Referral Considerations Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the learner will be prepared to:

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory airway disorder characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness and recurrent episodes of acute symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, chest tightness... 1.00 hrs Varies
Asthma Nursing CE Course for RNs and LPNs Part 1: Pathophysiology, Risk Factors, and Diagnosis Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the nurse will be prepared to:

The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all nurses are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, risk f... 1.00 hrs Varies
Asthma Nursing CE Course for RNs and LPNs Part 3: The Assessment and Pharmacological Treatment of Mild-to-Moderate Asthma Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the nurse will be prepared to:

The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all nurses within primary care, pediatrics, pulmonary, and emergency medicine fields are aware of and able to implement the most up-... 1.00 hrs Varies
Asthma Nursing CE Course for RNs and LPNs Part 4: The Management of Severe Asthma: Biologics, Asthma Exacerbations, Special Populations, and Referral Considerations Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the nurse will be prepared to:

The purpose of this activity is to ensure that all nurses are aware of and able to implement the most up-to-date information regarding the management of severe cases of asthma, ex... 1.00 hrs Varies
Asthma Nursing CE Course Part 2: The Nonpharmacological Treatment of Asthma (All Users) Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the learner will be prepared to:

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory airway disorder characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness and recurrent episodes of acute symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, chest tightness... 1.00 hrs Varies
Concussion Diagnosis and Treatment Nursing CE Course


At the end of this module, the learner will be able to:

Define the term concussion (‘traumatic brain injury’) and how to diagnose a concussionRecall thecommon signs and symptoms of a concussion and identify red flags... 2.00 hrs Varies
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... 1.00 hrs Varies
New Nurse Graduate Survival Nursing CE Course

“I finished nursing school, now what?”

Like most nurses, when I graduated from nursing school, I wasn't sure what I knew and what I didn't know, but I knew that I wanted to get a job and start my nursing career. New graduates may be w... 3.00 hrs Varies
Nurse Turnover and Retention Nursing CE Course

Nursing turnover is a significant concern for most healthcare organizations. Given that a continued shortage of nurses is a focus worldwide, it is not surprising that the World Health Organization (WHO) noted in 2011 that nursing retention should be a ... 2.00 hrs Varies
Personality Disorders Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this exercise, the learner will be prepared to:

Review the basic aspects of personality disorders, including epidemiology.Identify the American Psychiatric Association's latest guidelines for diagnostic criteria of personalit... 1.50 hrs Varies
School Nursing CE Course

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 sch... 1.00 hrs Varies
Tobacco Dependence Treatment Nursing CE Course

At the conclusion of this learning activity, the nurse should be able to:

Recall the national statistics regarding tobacco dependence in the United StatesBriefly explain the deleterious effects of tobacco dependence and nicotine on the human body... 1.00 hrs Varies
Childhood Leukemias and Lymphomas

Cancer is the leading cause of death among children 14 years of age and younger and leukemia and lymphoma are among the most prevalent cancers in children. Leukemia and lymphoma may have a genetic basis, and primary care practitioners s... 15.00 hrs $60.00
An Introduction to Infant-Preschooler Mental Health

Quality early childhood mental health practices utilize evidence-based, relationship-focused approaches to promote cognitive, developmental, emotional, and social growth. These practices are not specific to any one discipline; infant an... 5.00 hrs $20.00
Health Literacy: Disease Management and Clinical Practice Steps to Improve Patient Literacy Skills

Many adults have limited health literacy that can lead to poor health and increase burden upon the health system. Most medical consultations can be lengthy and involve verbal and written health communication. The majority of physicians hand out written... 2.00 hrs $14.00
Types of Substance Use Disorders in Youth - Adolescents and Addiction

By the twelfth grade, around half of all high school students have used an illicit drug at least once in their lifetime. Many other substances, such as aerosol sprays and glues, are even easier for adolescents to obtain and use. Whether a substance u... 2.50 hrs $14.00