Online CE and Professional Development

All Nurse Anesthesiology Courses

CE: 4.00
Price: $125.00
Expires: 6/15/2024
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This program provides the Advanced Practice Providers (APPs) the knowledge and skills needed to care for patients with anorectal pathology. This course will focus on the clinical skills needed to treat common anorectal conditions in the office setting including internal and external hemorrhoids, fissures, condyloma, perianal abscesses, pilonidal disease, and pruritus ani. This course will also cover the required knowledge of anal anatomy and examination, disease processes, and the skills to perform these necessary procedures.

Target audience: Advanced Practice Providers (APPs), RNs pursuing advanced practice degrees, Physician Assistants (PAs) students, and RNs that are interested in increasing their knowledge base of anorectal pathology.

CE: 1.00
Price: $15.00
Expires: 12/31/2022
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Opioid-use disorder (OUD) has become a national crisis, killing over 100 Americans daily and costing 78 billion dollars annually. The current therapy for opioid abuse has limited success with significant side effects, illicit use, and high attrition rates. However, research has demonstrated that immunopharmacotherapy a new treatment for opioid addiction in the pre-clinical phase, elicits an immune response which lacks abuse potential and decreases related mortality. Compared to current treatments, immunopharmacotherapy against a targeted opioid could offer suppression of addiction liability and overdose potential over an extended period of time without placing excessive compliance demands and adverse effects on the person.

CE: 1.00
Price: $15.00
Expires: 4/1/2023
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This course was designed to assist healthcare practitioners in developing a solid understanding of serotonin toxicity including the knowledge to identify, prevent, and manage cases of serotonin syndrome as well as utilize a consistent diagnostic tool to promptly recognize and treat this potentially life-threatening condition. Application of this knowledge in practice will decrease the risk of serotonin syndrome as well as reduce the number of misdiagnoses. In turn, this will increase safety when caring for patients already taking antidepressant medications presenting to the perioperative setting and to pain clinics where opioid analgesics are commonly administered or prescribed.