Online, self-paced CE course
End-of-Life Care & Pain Management Syllabus
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CE Credit: 3.0 Contact Hours
Subscription Length: 3 weeks
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Audience: This program is for every nurse (PN/VNs and RNs) in every practice setting at every level of practice.
Providing hospice and palliative care is an important, but often difficult, nursing function. With the appropriate knowledge, ushering clients through this sacred transition can be an incredible privilege. In this self-paced course, gain critical knowledge including:
For only $30, you will receive three weeks of unlimited, 24-hour unlimited access to the course materials, earning 3.0 contact hours.
Sign up today and contribute to quality end of life care.
Apply what you learn as you master these course objectives:
Experience the fun and interactivity of e-learning at its best as you:
Learn by doing — Explore “Links to Knowledge,” visual and graphic aids, and key terms as you navigate through the course contents.
Solidify your knowledge — Complete fun and interactive exercises, including multiple-choice and matching assessments.
Reflect on what you learn — Complete short-answer and essay questions in the downloadable workbook. Note: Completion of the workbook may be necessary to meet board of nursing requirements.
Complete the course at your own pace — Guide yourself through the course and complete assignments at your convenience.
At the end of the course, evaluate your understanding of key concepts by completing the posttest. A score of 75% or above is required to receive your contact hours.
Sign up now – and come away with a renewed commitment to end-of-life nursing care!
Developed by: This course was developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN)
Author(s): Julia Aucoin, DNS, RN, BC
Background: Julia Aucoin, DNS, RN, BC has been working in nursing professional development for over twenty years. As both an academic and a practice educator, she employs creative learning strategies, to make learning fun and make it stick. Currently she is employed as an Assistant Professor of Nursing at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and is working with both undergraduate and graduate students.
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