Michigan Nursing CE Requirements Package — 26 Hours - Includes Implicit Bias Training
This 1-hour training requirement is in addition to the CE required for nurses in Michigan. A 2-hour course designed to fulfill the Pain and Symptom Management requirement is also included in the bundle.
Heads up! When you add this bundle to your cart, you'll be able to choose from one of several upcoming Implicit Bias webinar dates. If you need more time, you can choose a specific class later after logging into your student dashboard.
Note: this bundle does not include a course to fulfill the one-time requirement for 4 contact hours of Human Trafficking. Check out our course Human Trafficking in Michigan by clicking here.
Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.
- Documentation in the Electronic Age for Nurses 3Course release date: 11/11/2021
About the Course:
The purpose of this course is to identify various methodologies of electronic nursing documentation, explore dependency on standardized nomenclature to provide trending and analyzable data and outcomes for both the patient population and healthcare at large, as well as future innovations.
- Fundamentals of Mentorship 3Course release date: 11/25/2020
This course explores the fundamentals of mentorship, offering insight into a phenomenon that supports and strengthens our development as professionals, motivates us to expand our capacities, and inspires us to reach our aspirations – in other words, to help us do all that we can.
- Michigan Implicit Bias Training for Healthcare Professionals 1
Meets the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs requirement of implicit bias training.
This interactive 1-hour implicit bias training provides historical context of race and its relationship to the development of racial implicit bias. Following the presentation will be a Q&A session with a national expert in bias training. You will be presented with a self-assessment to gauge your understanding of the topic before and after the training, and will have the opportunity to ask the presenter questions.
Per the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Public Health Code rule, this training is in addition to any continuing education requirements required for renewal. Please see our MI Implicit Bias FAQ page for more details.
- Michigan Nurses Pain Assessment and Management 2Course release date: 10/19/2022
About the Course
This course meets the Michigan Board of Nursing requirement for Pain Assessment and Management content. It will provide nurses with an overview of the physiology of pain and will differentiate between acute and chronic pain. The focus of the program will be on assessment, as well as on pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatment modalities for the patient experiencing pain.
- Mindfulness for Healthcare Professionals - N47685 3Course release date: 6/7/2021
About the Course:
Building mindfulness-based, stress-reduction principles and techniques into healthcare environments can increase positivity, safety, and pleasure in work. This course provides healthcare professionals with the knowledge to expand their understanding of what mindfulness is in its many forms. These include formal, structured approaches as various approaches to meditation, as well as informal, beneficial daily habits of thinking and behavior. The course explores the evidence base for the uses and benefits of mindfulness and presents ways to immediately apply these practices to daily personal and professional life.
- Staying Healthy: Vaccine Preventable Diseases - N47288 10Course release date: 7/7/2021
About the Course:
The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with information that will enhance their knowledge of vaccine preventable diseases and how to work with patients and families to reduce the threat of acquiring such diseases.
- The New Business of Healthcare 4Course release date: 6/9/2022
Dynamic and evolving changes continue to ensue in the healthcare industry, affecting all healthcare organizations. These changes affect the consumer and the work of healthcare providers in all types of care settings. This course provides nurses with the foundational components that comprise the business of healthcare and the movement toward a value-based healthcare system.