Oregon Nursing CE Package - 30 Contact Hours
- Includes 30 Contact Hours
Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.
- 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.
- Crisis Resource Management for Healthcare Professionals 3Course release date: 1/31/2022
About the Course:
Understanding Crisis Resource Management (CRM) and utilization of the concepts within team emergent responses can improve patient outcomes. The course will outline CRM concepts and demonstrate the application within emergent situations in healthcare. CRM concepts discussed will include leadership and followership, role identity and clarity; effective communication strategies; situational awareness; resource allocation; and dynamic decision making. Physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, and other health team members should understand CRM to improve their performance in emergent team responses and ultimately improve patient outcomes. CRM framework is also applicable in medical and environmental emergent situations where teams work together to ensure patient safety.
- Educating Patients: Creating Teaching Moments in Practice 4Course release date: 12/21/2022
About the Course
Effective education is essential to help patients and family gain knowledge. All healthcare professionals (HCPs) can identify teaching opportunities to assess and provide effective education. The purpose of this course is to provide HCPs with current evidence-based information to help them learn and apply skills and practice for effective patient and family teaching in a variety of settings.
- Legal Issues for Nursing Documentation, 4th Edition 6Course release date: 1/6/2022
About the Course
It is important for nurses to be able to identify areas of nursing practice that pose a risk for legal consequences so that they can take steps to protect themselves and avoid unfavorable patient outcomes. A well-documented patient record is one method to mitigate these risks. In addition to discussing the legal aspects of nursing documentation, this course will outline proper documentation techniques to avoid legal entanglement, including the use of consent forms in patient care and the need for incident reports to document adverse events.
- The Essentials of Infection Prevention 4
Course release date: 7/10/2023
About the Course
The COVID-19 pandemic made all healthcare workers acutely aware of infection prevention and control measures. The pandemic has highlighted the need for ongoing education to maintain a knowledge and skill level appropriate for implementing strategies to prevent healthcare-associated infections and to prepare for the next pandemic. Understanding where reservoirs are harboring pathogens and strategies to prevent transmission in healthcare settings is critical. This course will examine best practices for infection prevention, such as hand hygiene, personal protective equipment, transmission-based precautions, cleaning and disinfection, and injection safety
- 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.
- 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.