Ohio Nursing CE Requirements Package - 24 Contact Hours
- Meet all your state CE requirements
Including a course to fulfill the 1-hr Category A requirement
Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.
- Laws and Rules for Ohio Nurses, 2nd Edition 1Course release date: 2/14/2023
About the Course
This course fulfills the Ohio Law and Rules Category A licensure requirements on standards for competent nursing practice for RNs, APRNs, and LPNs in Ohio. It focuses on education, licensing, scope and standards of practice, and patient safety within the state of Ohio, including the recent joining of the Nurse Licensure Compact.
- 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.
- Diabetes Prevention and Management for Healthcare Professionals 5Course release date: 11/16/2021
About the Course:
Diabetes is a significant health problem in the United States and throughout the world. It is imperative that the healthcare community take aggressive steps to reduce the number of Americans who have the disease and to promote more effective treatment so that persons with diabetes can enjoy their maximum quality of life. This education program presents information on both the impact of the disease and how to provide effective healthcare professional interventions to those affected.
- Hypertension Management: Evidence-Based Guidelines 4 4Course release date: 1/6/2022
About the Course
This program is intended to provide a hypertension treatment overview. Safe and effective prescribing decisions must be guided by an in-depth understanding of each agent: how it works, how to dose it, anticipated adverse events, drug interactions, etc. When combination drugs are included, there may be as many as 200 different pharmacological options (both individual agents as well as combination products) that are approved by FDA for the treatment of hypertension. As a result, this educational program is designed only to highlight the major categories of therapeutics by identifying key products and characterizing them as a class. To provide perspective, an effort was made to provide highlights of clinically meaningful outcomes studies for the various drug classes.
- Stroke Management in the Acute Care Setting 5Course release date: 5/3/2022
About the Course
The purpose of this educational offering is to provide nurses and other healthcare providers with the latest information about stroke including updates in anatomy, assessment, and management of the patient with a stroke who is in the acute care setting.
- Using Evidence in Clinical Nursing Practice, 2nd Edition 3Course release date: 3/24/2022About the Course
Evidence-based practice (EBP) relies on scientific research findings to modify or develop policies and procedures that incorporate the latest evidence into clinical practice. The purpose of this course is to help nurses incorporate nursing research findings into their practice for the maximum benefit of patients and the facilitation of professional growth and development.