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Patient Education

Details: Patient Education is dedicated to patients and the education we should be providing as health care professional on a day-to-day basis. Patient Education is one of more important jobs we do in our career. This forum is designed to support, educate, and advise each other on new changes in health care education that we must provide for our patients, to share best practice experiences, discuss

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The Evolution of Nursing Education

Details: Since nursing education and training began 150 years ago, it has undergone many changes. Nursing education has evolved from hospital-based apprenticeships to college and university-based programs. Along the way, there has been much debate about the best way to prepare nurses. Hospital setting or

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NLN-The Future of Nursing Education: Ten Trends to Watch

Details: Nursing education and research must become more internationally focused to disseminate information and benefit from the multicultural experience.-----4. The Era of the Educated Consumer, Alternative Therapies and Genomics, and Palliative Care. The Educated Consumer Despite some information gaps, today's patient is a well-informed consumer who

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ED Education Topics

Details: CraigB-RN, MSN, RN. Specializes in Critical Care, Emergency, Education, Informatics. Has 40 years experience. A mix of topics that comprises of things that you do all the time but could use more detail, and things you see and do rarely. 1. Sepsis …

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MSN Nursing Education

Details: Education degrees were the first advanced nursing degrees. It's been a more recent and unfortunate trend for educators to be APRNs with no formal training on how to educate. I started my MSN in Nursing Education in January at Capella. I'm taking classes #6 & #7 currently and I'm very happy with my program and my choice.

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Education topic ideas

Details: Feb 21, 2008. Some things I could suggest: 1. Review equipment rarely used: art lines, Level One rapid infuser, ext pacemekers for both adults and kids, ECMO (yes, we really did set up for ECMO in our ER - absolutely crazy night!) 2. Encourage staff to use the clinical ladders program. 3. Reward education.

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Education Models in the Hospital Setting

Details: HouTx, BSN, MSN, EdD. Specializes in Critical Care, Education. Has 35 years experience. Jan 13, 2014. I'm with a large multi-state system. All of our facilities (except the smallest ones) have a hybrid model, with central FTE's to manage 'all facility' activities such as clinical orientation, Preceptor training, BLS, ACLS, administer the LMS

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'RUE Education' online RN degree

Details: I am an ADN/RN and am doing the home study/computer study for my BSN through Kaplan University online. It is the best that I have found. I know of 7 LPNs who used RUE for their ADN, and only one passed the RN boards the first try, 2 on the second try, 3 on the third try, and the 7th person gave up.. Kaplan is GREAT!!! They offer convenient, flexible coursework, and the books are included …

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Nudity in healthcare classes education or violation

Details: She pointed out that disrobing sometimes might be good for education but part of that education is about the feelings and rights of others. I also talked to a classmate about the owner who filled out my grade report and I won't repeat what he said about them. Why pay a professional to tell you things a classmate can tell you for free.

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First Dose medication alert and education

Details: The other factor is alerting staff to new medications for the patient and an ongoing tracking of the progress of education for that med. We flag the first dose of a new med for a patient, if the nurse confirms the initial education was done then the next two doses are also flagged for follow up education, evaluation of learning (teach back).

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Manic patient education

Details: There is plenty of information out there for general bi-polar education but i havent as of yet been able to find anything specific to mania. All your help is greatly appreciated =) The usual treatment for bi-polar disorder is a lifelong therapy with mood-stabilizers.

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The state of APRN education

Details: The state of APRN education. Specializes in psych/medical-surgical. Has 12 years experience. There is nothing novel here per say just wanted to vent I guess. I just started this year and all I can say is no wonder NPs get a bad rap. I have had several patients come to me and tell me the previous NP wasn't listening to them or fill the meds

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MSN in Education vs. NP

Details: Teaching is a lot harder then you think it is! FYI _ In some states such as mine, by 2011 all nursing instructors must have either a MSN in education or a post masters certificate in Education (in addition to their first MSN degree) in order to teach (FT) at state community colleges or universities.

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WGU RN-MSN Education

Details: Hi everyone! Im interested in pursuing my RN-MSN in Nursing Education at WGU. Has anyone completed the program successfully? If so, was it worth it, how long did it take you to complete, what was the hardest part(s) for you?Im interested in teaching online …

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Masters Degree in Education

Details: Nurse SMS, MSN, RN. Specializes in Critical Care; Cardiac; Professional Development. Has 10 years experience. Sep 18, 2017. I have my MSN in education. Yes, it is a worthwhile degree. I work in Professional Development, supporting nurses in …

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Importance of Continuing Education in the Nursing

Details: The importance of continued education with any profession is paramount. Within the Nursing profession it is a requirement. In general, to maintain your license you need twenty-four continuing education credits (CEUs) every two years.This article will …

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ICU patient education

Details: Sun0408, ASN, RN. Specializes in Trauma Surgical ICU. Has 4 years experience. Mar 27, 2014. Talking about the plan of care is education, talking to the pt before turns, mouth care etc it''s education.. Even with the intubated and sedated pts, you should still talk to them and tell them what you are doing, that too is education :) Talking to the

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unit based educators

Details: The unit educators are BSN nurses with high seniority. I work in the cardiothoracic surgery side of the SICU where the unit educators work under the CNS and plan educational check-off's for staff nurses in skills such as epicardial pacing, changing LVAD controllers, hand-pumping LVAD's during a code, etc.

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Bureau of comparative education

Details: Bureau of comparative education. Posted Nov 8, 2008. by focuszx5, BSN, RN. Specializes in Accident and emergency. Has 10 years experience. Register to Comment. I have been waiting for my authority to test (i am a british nurse). I just got a letter from the NYS Board saying my application has been sent to the Bureau of Comparative Education for

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Nursing Professional Development / Staff Development

Details: The nurse staff development coordinator (SDC) devises and helps provide education that reinforces the various skill sets of employees in the nursing department. The SDC supports, conducts and oversees an ongoing system of education for members of nursing staff with a …

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Cardiac Education Resources

Details: heart center online. excellent source of patient-teaching educational materials on a rich variety of cardiovascular subjects: articles, videos, animations, illustrations. requires registration, but registration is free.

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Should Continuing Education for Nurses be mandatory in all

Details: Not only should education be mandatory, every healthcare facility should have to post it's numbers with regards to degree, and specialty certifications. I would also like to see information regarding new grad training infused into this posting. For instance, if CEN certification is the standard a hospital or the general public would like to see

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Clinical Educator vs Staff Development

Details: Has 44 years experience. May 5, 2016. As a general rule -- and you seem to aware that things will vary from place to place -- "Clinical Educator" roles are closer to the bedside than other staff development roles. In a Clinical Educator role, you are more likely to be working 1 on 1 with a nurse at the bedside, teach, coaching, maybe precepting

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MSNeducation vs leadership

Details: The only situation where the education track would make more sense would be if you were looking for a faculty position in a BSN program. This post actually reminded me that I had started a thread elsewhere in AN asking about having and MSN in education vs leadership in order to become a nurse educator. There was a lot of good info shared.

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CNS vs MSN in Education for educator roles

Details: CNS isn't as widely utilized as educators are, at least in my part of the country. They seem also to focus more on patient education and patient needs, where an educator is more about the budding nurse or, in the case of Professional Development, the nurse in the practice setting. Specializes in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU.

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CEU's -vs- CNE's

Details: My continuing education credits have always been called CEU's. Could CNE's be a Canadian or some other country's term for what we consider CEU's? The way I found the CNE term was while surfing the net tonight I went to the CDC website and found they offer some free continuing education programs.

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Creating Continuing Education Courses (CEUs)

Details: In New York, you have to request the application for approval for Continuing Education contact hours from the New York State Nurses' Association. A small fee based on the amount of contact hours requested is required. Know your target population and plan your marketing and advertising. strategies to reinforce a healthy attendance.

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Nurse Educator Role

Details: Nurse educators are held to high professional standards and must meet rigorous qualifications. Nursing faculty should demonstrate competency in the three-prong areas of education, clinical skills, and research. Additionally, they should promote excellence and …

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University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Nursing

Details: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) The BSN program at UC College of nursing consists of general education courses, nursing courses, and clinical hours for nurses. Freshman year, students will complete the pre-nursing general courses. All high school students will apply directly to the nursing major, where they will compete for direct admission into the BSN major.

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Staff Development Plan

Details: Your education plan should be a dynamic document. You need to capture & report metrics to your senior leaders on a quarterly basis: classes conducted, contact hours delivered, compliance , etc. The report should mirror reports required by other (revenue) departments.

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Pa requiring opioid education for crnp prescriptive

Details: OPIOID EDUCATION FOR CRNP PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY APPLICATIONS AND RENEWALS SUBMITTED AFTER JULY 1, 2017 Section 9.1(a) of ABC-MAP* requires that all prescribers or dispensers, as defined in Section 3 of ABC-MAP, applying for licensure/certification complete at least 4 hours of Board-approved educ

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Is training in Philippines valid for Continuing Education

Details: this continuing education can be obtain online with corresponding fee. better check it first with the NM bon if it is credited with their standard. training cant be accepted as work experience since what is really being asked on the renewal application is employment status and training is not in the choices. hope this helps..:loveya:

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Academic Credit: Will it Count Towards Contact Hours for

Details: Number of continuing education hours (must be in nursing) Statement that the course provider has the approval of a national certification accreditation agency recognized by the Board for license renewal (see below) To count toward licensure renewal, a program must have been approved by one of the credentialing agencies recognized by the Board.

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How do you collect CDE hours

Details: An individual assessment and education plan developed collaboratively by the individual and educator(s) to direct the selection of appropriate educational interventions and self-management support strategies. Educational interventions directed toward helping the individual achieve self-management goals.

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Grad School Capstone Project

Details: HouTx, BSN, MSN, EdD. Specializes in Critical Care, Education. Has 35 years experience. Jan 22, 2013. "Patient Centered Care" and "Multi-Cultural Competency" is very hot now. "Healthcare Literacy" is also a great topic. You will be able to find lots of information/tools, etc. and the topic will be valuable enough for your employer to willingly

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CEU/CME for recertification with ANCC

Details: Continuing medical education (CME) approved for CME hours. Sponsored by organizations, agencies, or educational institutions accredited or approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), or the Commission on

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American Sentinel University

Details: Nursing Education. This prepares the student to be part of the nursing faculty helping the nurse develop curriculum and utilize distance education technology. Nursing Informatics. In this specialty, the student will learn to translate health care data into meaningful information, identify opportunities and implement new technologies that

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Keiser University

Details: Clearwater nursing education program is a candidate for accreditation, effective November 2016-2018. The Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The Master of Science in Nursing Degree is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

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Nurse Anesthetists programs in Canada

Details: In order to be certified by the Council on Certification of Nurse Anesthetists (CCNA) you must sucessfully pass the certification exam. In order to take the exam you must hold an RN license in one of the states/territories and graduate from an Accredited program. The program must be accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs.

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CEU expiration date question

Details: Dec 27, 2013. First, there is no CEU. Units used to refer to 10 contact hours as one unit. Now we just refer to the contact hours, so the term is CNE. Two years is the limit for materials because, for it to be CONTINUING EDUCATION, the nurse needs up to date material. Some materials are enduring, such as CD's and DVD's.

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Incomplete previous education on nursing resume

Details: Incomplete education should be listed something like this: Univ of So and So, 1999-2001, majored in premedical studies It is easy to address in the interview, you simply state the truth, but your resume or a job application should not imply that a degree was awarded. thank you for your reply!

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Free Nursing Informtics CEUs

Details: Free webinars on nursing informatics start Monday March 14Gannett Education is offering 8 FREE webinars in March and April on nursing informatics. Thanks to sponsorship from Chamberlain College of Nursing they are offering contact hours. Go to the following link to register. They start Monday eve

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AWHONN Fetal Monitoring Certification

Details: It is a nationally recognized education program and will provide proof of competency in the area of fetal monitoring. It is highly recommended and usually mandatory in most facilities who care what JCAHO thinks and have a risk management department worth their weight in salt. The intermediate program is excellent and is my favorite course to teach.

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