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Free Online CNE Courses
This free online CNE course provides basic instructions how to perform a nasopharyngeal swab collection. Topics include personal protective equipment along with donning and doffing procedure, specimen collection equipment, anatomical landmarks for nasopharyngeal swabbing, and differentiation of types of swab collection based on virus being tested.
This free online CNE course describes the process for manual prone positioning therapy and subsequent ongoing assessment and management of intubated patients.
This free online CNE course provides a general overview of caring for transgender and gender diverse patients including creating a safe and trusting healthcare environment. Included in this self-guided module are common terms and definitions, gender and sexual orientation, gender congruence, use of personal pronouns, case scenarios for the workplace and patient care, and patient stories sharing their journey.
| Youth E-Cigarette Use: What Nurses Need to Know- Free Online CNE Course|
Youth vaping has been deemed an epidemic by the FDA and the U.S. Surgeon General. This session will cover the basics of e-cigarettes. The risks of youth vaping. Current trends, and youth-specific cessation resources.
This free online CNE course will provide data to validate the need for resiliency education for school age children along with tools and strategies for coping with stress and enhance well-being.
This online CNE course reviews and compares several anticoagulation medications including dosing, clinical considerations, patient monitoring, and reversal medications.
This online CNE course will provide the learner with a basic understanding of carotid artery disease and treatments. This course presents four treatment modalities for carotid artery disease: medical management, carotid endarterectomy, transfemoral carotid artery stenting, and transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR).
This online CNE course will provide a basic overview of communication strategies when providing care for patients over the telephone. Topics include opening/closing the call, nursing assessment, listening skills, effective questioning including open-ended questions, identification of nonverbal cues, and use of role play scenarios.