CE for Nurses

As seen in the Consultant Connection January February 2014 Issue
By Mary Burkart, RN

ICP is pleased to announce several additions to our nursing continuing education offerings.
In addition to Safeguarding Your Practice (Ohio Nursing Law), and Medication Administration in the Long-term Care Facility, ICP can now provide:
  • Skin Tears: A Little Rip Can Be a Big Problem The purpose of this program is to educate long-term care nurses on the anatomy  & physiology, classification, and current interventions for the prevention and treatment of skin tears
  • CPR vs. DNR: How Well Do You Know Your Residents?  The purpose of this program is to educate long-term care nurses  on code status, assisting with decision-making, planning & communication, and ramifications of not complying with patient preference
  • Understanding Coagulation Testing: APPT/PPT/PT/INR Values The purpose of this program is to educate nurses on the importance of anticoagulation testing as it pertains to long-term care patients
  • Pain Management Strategies  The purpose of this program is to educate long-term care staff on pain management using the nursing process

Each program is one (1) hour long and provides 1 contact hour for successful completion.  To schedule one of these programs, please contact your ICP Nurse Consultant.
Keep your eyes on the Consultant Connection, as more continuing education programs will be announced in the future!

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