Washington Nursing CE Package - 16 Contact Hours
Designed to help you meet more than your minimum annual continuing education requirements in Washington. Save over 70% on individual course prices with this convenient 16-hour online package for nurses.
Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.
- 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.
- Health Care Management of Patients with Substance Use Disorders - N55579 2Course release date: 7/15/2021
About the Course:Substance use disorder is widespread, varies from culture to culture, and covers a vast array of mind-altering substances. The purpose of this course is to help health care workers in their treatment of patients with substance use disorders, also called SUDs, and to provide patients with the tools and interventions to pursue a lifestyle on their own absent from substance use disorder. The treatment for SUDs includes in- and outpatient programs, a multimodal treatment approach, possible pharmacological treatments, and behavioral therapy. This course helps to prepare health care professionals to recognize SUDs, suggest treatments, provide important motivation and encouragement, and assist with self-management skills that will help with a successful recovery.
- Implicit Bias Education and Training in Healthcare 1Course release date: 11/10/2021
About the Course
Implicit bias is a learned automatic stereotype that can be unintentional. It can be deeply ingrained, seemingly associative and has the potential to influence behavior. Every healthcare professional, regardless of what, where and how they practice cares for people from various backgrounds. This course will present evidence-based implicit bias training for healthcare professionals as well and medical and birthing centers.
- Managing Difficult Patients for Healthcare Professionals - N57067 5Course release date: 8/24/2021
About the Course:
Healthcare professionals will encounter difficult or hard to manage patients during their career. Examples of these difficult encounters include workplace violence, non-adherence to medical treatments, and manipulation of caregivers. This course explores how healthcare professionals can avoid potentially violent situations and work with difficult patients by being prepared and recognizing the signs and risk factors for these occurrences. De-escalation skills, diagnosis, preventative measures, training, and planning are all presented in this course to help healthcare professionals respond to difficult patients and ensure a healthy environment for everyone.
- Social Determinants of Health for Health Care Professionals - N44140 3Course release date: 12/08/2020
About the Course:
The purpose of this course is to identify the categories of social determinants of health (SDOH) for healthcare professionals, explain the differences and relationships between social determinants and behavioral factors and the possible effects on health, review population health and population management, and discuss the effect of COVID-19 on the SDOH.