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CE: 1.00
Price: $50.00
This course is an introduction for clergy/chaplains in the frequently occurring ethical facets found in the hospital/health care setting. This module addresses factors that influence individuals as they make health care decisions for themselves or for those in their care and how as spiritual care providers, we can walk alongside them and minister during ethical decision-making. In addition, the course offers an understanding of the basic ethical principles that are encountered by providers and individuals in the health care setting.
CE: 1.00
Price: $50.00

This course is an introduction for clergy/chaplains to the history and major resources of bioethical decision-making, including some standing bioethical debates as they relate to health care. This course will also address some of the historical and modern-day codes and theories of medical ethics. This course will challenge your thinking regarding what is a “good” or “bad” ethical approach.

CE: 1.00
Price: $15.00
Expires: 5/31/2022
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Compassion fatigue knows no boundaries and is prevalent to all caregivers who care for those with chronic illness, acute emergent illnesses like they see in ICU, ED, PICU, NICU, and step-down units and their families. It is the very act of caring, giving of ourselves, that makes us susceptible to the probability of experiencing compassion fatigue. These difficult scenarios include having to give bad news, experiencing the death of patients, having intense interactions with patients, and high level of job responsibility that lead to secondary traumatic stress and burnout. More often than not as they continually give of themselves in these difficult and traumatic situations in repetitive fashion, their compassion satisfaction begins to decline, questioning their meaning.

In this 60-minute course, we will uncover the phenomenon called “Compassion Fatigue” and how it relates to you. 

CE: 1.00
Price: $25.00
Expires: 6/1/2023
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All healthcare professionals experience patient loss and nurses are the frontline compassion staff who face this unavoidable fact of life all to often. As nurses our purpose is to find ways to help those who are struggling with a death to face it honestly and directly, make the necessary adjustments to come to grips with "the new normal", and go on in life despite the radically changed landscape. This course confronts the reality of death and discusses various aspects of how we cope with it in a wholistic and realistic way to minimize the emotional and psychological damage done by the loss. In addition, we will look at some differing aspects and situations that arise when death occurs.

This course is accredited for all nursing professionals in the clinical arena, hospice environment, faith community, and international Parish Nursing environment. This course is accredited for 1 CNE unit in IPRNC category Grieving and Loss or 1 Credit ANCC Domain 2 towards Specialty Nursing Certification.

CE: 2.00
Price: $30.00
Expires: 1/31/2022
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Human slavery has always existed; with the popularity of social media the awareness of human trafficking is gaining recognition throughout the world and we are now recognizing its prevalence in the United States. As healthcare and mental health professionals it is essential that we acquire the knowledge, training, and skills in conjunction with human trafficking; this course will increase your level of awareness and knowledge about human trafficking and exploitation. Includes accreditation for: FL Council of Dietetics and Nutrition; FL Council of Licensed Midwifery.

Note: This course meets or exceeds the criteria outlined in S.464.013,F.S. and the MQA for 2 CEU in human trafficking.