Kentucky Nursing CE Package - Including Implicit Bias and Suicide Prevention
Meet all your Kentucky CE requirements with this convenient bundle of courses, including the NEW one-time Implicit Bias and Suicide Prevention training. Nurses in Kentucky who are actively licensed as of 7/1/22 must complete these one-time requirements by 7/1/23. Save more than 70% on individual course prices!
Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.
- What Lies Beneath: Implicit Bias in Healthcare 1.5Course release date: 6/1/2022
About the Course
The purpose of this course is to provide a historical context of race and racism and its relationship to the development of racial implicit bias. The development of implicit bias will be discussed along with research demonstrating the impact of implicit bias on the clinical encounter. Recommendations for mitigating implicit bias are offered.
- Suicide Prevention for Kentucky Nurses 2Course release date: 8/11/2022
This course discusses suicide risk among nurses and ways to identify and treat the risk. It meets criteria for the 2-hour required course from the Kentucky Board of Nursing.
- Basic Psychiatric Concepts 6Course release date: 6/1/2022
This course is designed for registered nurses, licensed practical/vocational nurses, and newly licensed registered nurses who desire a greater understanding of basic mental health concepts. A fundamental understanding of medical terminology, abbreviations, and nursing care is assumed.
- Management of Anxiety and Depression for Healthcare Professionals - N57062 3Course release date: 7/28/2021
About the Course:Mood disorders are common and often mistreated. The purpose of this course is to help healthcare workers in their treatment of patients with mood disorders such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder, and to provide patients with access to treatment options. The treatment of mood disorders includes therapy and medication. This course helps to prepare healthcare professionals to differentiate the various mood disorders patients are exhibiting and their causes, identify risk factors for these disorders, recommend treatment options, provide a calm and supportive environment for patients, explore holistic considerations, and use evidence-based complementary therapies to assist patients.
- Recognizing the Warning Signs of Pediatric Headaches 3Course release date: 10/19/2021
About the Course:
This course will explore recurrent headaches in children and adolescents, consider headache prevention strategies, describe the acute headache, and identify those with serious or life-threatening causes (“red flags”). The components of the pediatric history and neurological exam will be discussed. Various examples of primary headaches and secondary headaches will be described. After taking this course, the nurse will be able to identify red flags, describe signs and symptoms specific to children, and distinguish between different types of pediatric headaches. Nurses who are experienced in pediatrics or are completely new to the pediatric population will equally benefit from this course.
- Rehabilitation of the Older Adult 2Course release date: 10/5/2022
About the Course
The purpose of this course is to discuss physiological aspects of aging that may contribute to functional limitations, identify special considerations for older adults in rehabilitation settings, identify goals of geriatric rehabilitation, describe nursing interventions that promote restorative care, describe the roles of the interprofessional team members in rehabilitation for the older adult, and list the benefits of physical activity in the older adult.