• Faculty Professional Role Development Program: Scholarship of Practice

    Price: US $35.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : 2020_FPRD_SoP

    Scholarship of Practice underscores the strategies for the advancement of the nurse educator in the clinical setting. It provides an outline of competencies and activities associated with the Scholarship of Practice. 

  • Promoting Resilience: The Power of Song

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : ANPD02

    We are living and working in unprecedented times.  All the world’s attention has turned towards our work as nurses. We are all facing stress, be it at work, home, or both.  Please join us for the Promoting Resilience series to explore strategies to reduce stress and anxiety through mindfulness practice and self-reflection to promote connection, sharing of experiences, and building our resilience.

     

    Promoting Resilience: The Power of Song leverages music as a coping strategy through sharing and processing songs that bring us comfort, using music assisted relaxation techniques, and engaging in purposeful listening to meaningful live music.

  • Promoting Resilience: Storytelling Rounds

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : ANPD02

    We are living and working in unprecedented times.  All the world’s attention has turned towards our work as nurses. We are all facing stress, be it at work, home, or both.  Please join us for the Promoting Resilience series to explore strategies to reduce stress and anxiety through mindfulness practice and self-reflection to promote connection, sharing of experiences, and building our resilience.

     

    Promoting Resilience: Storytelling Rounds focuses on the ways that narrative techniques can be used to approach issues of burnout and moral injury within healthcare—and the ways that narrative work can support resiliency and self-care within clinical and non-clinical settings.

  • Promoting Resilience: Mindful Practice

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : ANPD01

    We are living and working in unprecedented times. All the world’s attention has turned towards our work as nurses. We are all facing stress, be it at work, home, or both.  Please join us for the Promoting Resilience series to explore strategies to reduce stress and anxiety through mindfulness practice and self-reflection to promote connection, sharing of experiences, and building our resilience.

     

    Promoting Resilience: Mindful Practice looks at how challenging times impact the individual, shares some of the science behind stress, and provides strategies nurses can use in practice and beyond.

  • QSEN 2020: Strategies to Prepare for the Certified Clinical Nurse Educator Exam (CNEcl)

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : QSEN2020_01

    This webinar is designed to help the participants learn about the aspects of the CNEcl exam and how to prepare for this exam.

    In partnership with the QSEN Task Force: Academic Clinical Practice.

  • Infuse Joy: A Call to Action in Healthcare

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : IJ01

    Join Sigma President Richard Ricciardi, PhD, CRNP, FAANP, FAAN, as we launch the celebration of International Nurses Day with a webinar presentation on his Presidential Call to Action: Infuse Joy.


    Created in partnership with Wambi.

  • COVID-19: Pearls and Pitfalls of Virtual Programming

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID11

    Are you going virtual with your nursing programming? Innovative and creative ways to develop engaging virtual programs. Learn best practices for working with virtual planning teams, setting an agenda, choosing a platform, preparing presenters, introduction and transitioning throughout the event, and debriefing.

  • COVID-19: Staying Positive When Surrounded by Negativity

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID10

    As nurses we often hear and see the worst. This has been intensified in the time of COVID-19. How do you keep positive when your colleagues are negative saying "I can't take it anymore," or "I'm so tired of this place," or even worse, "I'm quitting.”? This panel will discuss ways to remain positive and even thrive among the bad or negative attitudes of others. 

  • Nurturing the Emotional Well-Being of Our Caregivers During the COVID-19 Response

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID09

    The emotional scars left by this pandemic will be felt for years to come. Our primary focus as healthcare leaders will eventually shift from the physical safety aspect of care to an empathic emotional approach to recovery for all caregivers involved in the pandemic response. This presentation will provide a three-step approach to ensuring emotional agility, giving you easy to use steps to not only care for yourself but also care for those who have dedicated themselves to care for their patients during this very difficult time.

  • Expecting the Unexpected: Transitioning to Practice in the Time of COVID-19

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID08

    The 2020 graduating class will forever hold a collective place in our nursing hearts. Not only have you finished your academic and clinical programs during challenging circumstances, you will also be entering the profession during a time of crisis and uncertainty. You may be filled with excitement at joining the workforce in a time of great need, but also filled with fear and worry, not knowing what to expect as you move to the front lines of healthcare. The purpose of this webinar is to explore transition to practice expectations for our new graduates during this pandemic―from licensure and job prospects to orientation and residencies.

     

  • COVID-19: What Are Our Professional and Ethical Obligations to Patients and Ourselves?

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID07

    The COVID-19 pandemic has created many ethical issues and challenges for nurses and others on the front lines of care. Clinicians are working under extreme circumstances, and in some instances, without the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).  Nurses are also working long hours, becoming emotionally and physically drained. They have lost patients, colleagues, and some have become infected themselves.  But, what are nurses’ professional and ethical obligations to patients in a pandemic; how should nurses implement these ethical obligations and, what are the limits of these obligations, are there circumstances when are we asking too much of them?  Two nurse bioethicists, Drs. Ulrich and Grady, will discuss these issues and dialogue with the audience on the most pressing ethical concerns nurses are facing during this unprecedented time in our global community.

     

  • Public Health Ethical Guidance for Nurses

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID06

    Nurses have numerous questions affecting their moral integrity during the COVID19 pandemic. This webinar will provide participants with an ethical framework for reflecting on and responding to challenging issues likely to evolve during the pandemic. Then, participants will have an opportunity to engage with expert presenters, in nursing and public health ethics, through a question and answer session.

  • Graduating During a Pandemic: Navigating the Unknown

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID05

    In the months ahead, nursing students around the world will be graduating and entering the professional workforce. Their final semester has transpired much differently than planned, and the future is uncertain. Participants will reflect upon their recent losses and explore mechanisms to prepare for their journey entering into professional practice. This webinar is designed for graduating nursing students or nurses who have recently entered the within the past year.

  • Nursing School During a Pandemic: Navigating the Unknown

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID04

    Nursing students globally are facing a time of great unpredictability. “What exactly is the rest of the semester going to look like?” “When will I be able to resume my clinicals with actual patients?” “I didn’t sign up for online courses, but now everything in my education is online.” Nursing students will reflect on the uncertainties they are experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Strategies for prioritizing competing concerns will be presented to help promote continued academic success in the months ahead. This webinar is specifically designed for nursing students who will continuing their formal education after the spring 2020 semester.

     

  • Building Bridges of Hope over Roaring Waters: Educating During a Crisis

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID03

    Nursing education has made immediate, unprecedented shifts to online and remote instruction, leaving many educators feeling burdened, overwhelmed, and even guilty. Many have voiced sentiments of role strain related to balancing multiple “at home” challenges such as working while parenting, homeschooling, providing elder care, being pulled to the frontlines, etc. Participants will reflect upon recent losses, explore mechanisms for prioritizing competing demands, and discuss methods for fostering resilience during this time of uncertainty. This webinar is designed for nurse educators across all programs and levels.

  • Communication Tips for Nurses Supporting Seriously Ill Patients, Families, & Communities During the Coronavirus

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID02

    Are you struggling with what to say to patients and families who are struggling with fears associated with the virus? This webinar is intended for all nurses, across all clinical settings. The webinar offers tips and communication skills that will help nurses lead the way in providing quality, compassionate care for those seriously ill with COVID-19 and their families.

  • Ethical Dilemmas Facing Nurses During the Coronavirus Crisis: Addressing Moral Distress

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : COVID01

    Nurses across the country are struggling with fears surrounding the impact of COVID-19 on patients, families and the health care system. Concerns about healthcare professionals’ safety, availability of proper protective equipment, and access to ventilators and medications needed to support those seriously ill are causing moral distress. This webinar will discuss the ethical dilemmas and self-care strategies to support each other in times of moral distress.

  • Temporary Staffing and Patient Death in Acute Care Hospitals: A Retrospective Longitudinal Study

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS035

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to explore the association between the levels of temporary nurse staffing and patient mortality. Achieving adequate nurse staffing levels plays a vital role in keeping patients safe from harm. The evidence around deploying temporary staffing to maintain safe staffing levels is mixed, with some studies reporting no adverse effects on patient mortality.

  • Efficacy of Diabetes Education in Adults with Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 in Primary Care: A Systematic Review

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS034

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to analyze the effect of different diabetes education methods on metabolic control, body mass index (BMI), and blood pressure.

  • Nursing Staff Needs in Providing Palliative Care for Persons With Dementia at Home or in Nursing Homes: A Survey

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS033

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to evaluate what types and forms of support nursing staff need in providing palliative care for persons with dementia. Another aim was to compare the needs of nursing staff with different educational levels and working in home care or in nursing homes.

  • Prevalence and Correlates of Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Healthy Beliefs, and Lifestyle Behaviors in First‐Year Graduate Health Sciences Students

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV043

    This article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing follows: (a) to examine the prevalence of depression, anxiety, stress, physical health, healthy beliefs, and lifestyle behaviors in incoming first‐year health sciences professional students; (b) to describe the relationships among these variables; and (c) to determine predictors of depression and anxiety.

  • The MINDBODYSTRONG Intervention for New Nurse Residents: 6-Month Effects on Mental Health Outcomes, Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors, and Job Satisfaction

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV042

    This article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing evaluated the 6-month effects of the MINDBODYSTRONG for Healthcare Professionals program on the mental health, healthy lifestyle behaviors, and job satisfaction of NLRNs participating in a nurse residency program.

  • Return to Nursing Program Part 7: Care of Patients with Acute Medical-Surgical Health Conditions

    Price: US $120.00 | CNE Hours: 15.70 | Course Number :

    This course shows the learner how to perform a mental status evaluation, while providing a review of major classifications of psychopathology, symptoms of mental illness, medication and therapies used to treat mental illness, and therapeutic communication techniques used to build a strong nurse-patient relationship.

  • Part 6: Care of Patients with Behavioral Health Concerns and Mental Health Conditions

    Price: US $25.00 | CNE Hours: 3.50 | Course Number :

    This course shows the learner how to perform a mental status evaluation, while providing a review of major classifications of psychopathology, symptoms of mental illness, medication and therapies used to treat mental illness, and therapeutic communication techniques used to build a strong nurse-patient relationship.

  • Return to Nursing Program Part 5: Health Assessment

    Price: US $30.00 | CNE Hours: 4.40 | Course Number :

    This course walks the learner through a complete head-to-toe assessment, indicating normal findings versus abnormal findings.

  • Return to Nursing Program Part 4: Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies

    Price: US $63.00 | CNE Hours: 9.00 | Course Number :

    This course introduces the learner to medication administration, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics, highlighting medications specific to each of the body’s systems, their physiologic effects, therapeutic responses, and adverse effects.

  • Return to Nursing Program Part 3: Fundamental Concepts of Nursing Practice

    Price: US $102.00 | CNE Hours: 14.50 | Course Number :

    This course begins laying the foundation of nursing through health promotion, disease prevention, communication, patient advocacy, and safety.

  • Return to Nursing Program Part 2: Contemporary Issues in Healthcare

    Price: US $40.00 | CNE Hours: 4.70 | Course Number :

    This course examines patient safety and quality improvement while exploring challenges and opportunities within healthcare such as cost, care delivery, transitions of care, consumer relationships, emerging trends in medicine, and advancements in health information technology, their relevance to nursing practice, and how nurses can make an impact.

  • Return to Nursing Program Part 1: Nursing as a Profession and Discipline

    Price: US $20.00 | CNE Hours: 2.50 | Course Number :

    This course provides an overview of core values and principles of the nursing profession while examining regulatory, ethical and legal considerations to help guide nursing practice.

  • What Do Nurses Need to Practice Effectively in the Hospital Environment? An Integrative Review With Implications for Nurse Leaders

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV040

    The objective of this article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing is to examine the evidence regarding clinical nurses’ perception of what they need to practice nursing effectively in the acute care hospital environment.

  • Effects of Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics on Calcium Homeostasis and Bone Health With Aging: A Systematic Review

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV041

    The objective of this article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing is to systematically evaluate the effect of probiotics, prebiotics, or synbiotics on maintaining calcium homeostasis and improving bone health in middle‐aged and older adults.

  • The Nurse–Family Partnership in Colorado: Supporting High‐Quality Programming With Implementation Science

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS032

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to describe how the Nurse–Family Partnership (NFP) has been scaled up and supported in Colorado. As an intermediary, Invest in Kids (IIK) provides implementation support for the NFP in Colorado using a generalizable implementation framework, the Active Implementation Frameworks (AIF).

  • Nurses’ Role in Implementing and Sustaining Acute Telemedicine: A Mixed‐Methods, Pre‐Post Design Using an Extended Technology Acceptance Model

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS031

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to examine factors influencing acute telemedicine uptake, if factors differ across time, or between nurses and non-nurses.

  • Relational-Level Factors Influencing Suicidal Behaviors Among Korean Adolescents

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS030

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to identify relational-level risk and protective factors for suicidal ideation, suicide plan, and suicide attempt in a nationally representative sample of Korean adolescents.

  • The Regenerative Horizon: Opportunities for Nursing Research and Practice

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS029

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to enhance awareness in the nursing community regarding regenerative science, and to provide suggestions for nursing research contributions and practice implications.

  • Oncofertility to Evidence‐Based Practice: Changes in Fertility Intention and Symptom Burden in Reproductive‐Age Women With Breast Cancer

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV038

    The purpose of this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is to examine the changes in fertility intention and symptom burden in reproductive-age women with breast cancer before, during, and after treatment. The article also explores predictors of fertility intention among the women.

  • Implementing Evidence‐Based Guidelines for Falls Prevention: Observations of Nursing Activities During the Care of Older People With Cognitive Impairment

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV039

    The purpose of this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is to describe the nurses’ implementation of activities recommended in evidence‐based guidelines for falls prevention and care of older people with cognitive impairment.

  • The Art of Giving Feedback

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 0.50 | Course Number : QSEN05

    This course discussed techniques to provide feedback to star performers, average performers, and poor performers. This interactive program provides tools and resources to participants.

    In partnership with the QSEN Task Force: Academic Clinical Practice

  • Strategies to Promote Critical Thinking in Clinical

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 0.50 | Course Number : QSEN04

    Participants will be presented with a variety of strategies to promote critical thinking skills in pre-licensure nursing students from their first clinical semester to their last.

    In partnership with the QSEN Task Force: Academic Clinical Practice

  • HIV Testing Among Heterosexual Hispanic Women in South Florida

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS028

    This article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship examines the influence of selected facilitators, barriers, beliefs, and knowledge suggested by the literature to be associated with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing among heterosexual Hispanic women.

     

  • Challenges to Studying Illicit Drug Users

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS027

    This article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship addresses the barriers to studying illicit drug users and the methods researchers can utilize to minimize risk. A case study is provided to illustrate the high level of scrutiny of study protocols involving the participation of illicit drug users and the effect of such scrutiny on recruitment of participants. The article concludes with a discussion of the effects of the current political climate on the recruitment of illicit drug users in research.

  • Does Gender Matter in Septic Patient Outcomes?

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS026

    This article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship examines potential gender disparities in relation to factors associated with sepsis management among a cohort of patients admitted through an emergency department with a discharge diagnosis of severe sepsis or septic shock. Sepsis is one of the leading causes of death globally, with significant associated costs. Predictors of survival for those with sepsis-related diagnoses are complex.

  • Clinical Faculty Development: Initiation of a Mentoring Program

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 0.50 | Course Number : QSEN03

    This webinar will discuss the benefits of providing mentoring to both novice and part-time clinical nursing faculty. It will also discuss possible mentoring models and strategies.

    In partnership with the QSEN Task Force: Academic Clinical Practice

  • Teaching Strategies to Ensure Safe Medication Administration in Clinical

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 0.50 | Course Number : QSEN01

    This webinar includes multiple teaching strategies and techniques clinical faculty can use to ensure safety and medications while in clinical. The discussion will teach faculty the various aspects of medication administration with students, ideas on how to manage the medication pass, as well as strategies for those students who are not administering medications.

    In partnership with the QSEN Task Force: Academic Clinical Practice.

  • Addressing Incivility and Lateral Violence in the Nursing Workforce

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 0.50 | Course Number : QSEN02

    At least 85% of nurses of all ages and stages have been bullied in their career. Many nurses also report difficulty with addressing incivility in the workplace. This presentation will outline TeamSTEPPS® from AHRQ to help nurses prepare for these difficult conversations.

    In partnership with the QSEN Task Force: Academic Clinical Practice

  • The Effects of Distraction Cards on Reducing Pain and Anxiety During Intramuscular Injection in Children

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV037

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing evaluates the effectiveness of distraction cards in reducing pain and anxiety during intramuscular (IM) injection in children between 6 and 11 years of age.

  • Improving Provider Readiness for Intimate Partner Violence Screening

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV036

    Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a significant public health issue and healthcare providers (e.g., nurses, advanced practice nurses, physicians, social workers) have a unique opportunity and reduce IPV through screening and referral. The objective of this article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing is to determine the impact of education and a brief screening tool integrated into the electronic medical record (EMR) on readiness to screen for IPV.

  • Identifying Patients Experiencing Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression During Recovery From Anesthesia: The Application of Electronic Monitoring Devices

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV035

    This article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing explores three types of electronic monitoring devices (pulse oximetry, capnography, and minute ventilation [MV]) to determine which were more effective at identifying the patient experiencing respiratory compromise and further, to determine whether algorithms could be developed from the electronic monitoring data to aid in earlier detection of respiratory depression.

  • Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Module

    Price: US $95.00 | CNE Hours: 5.00 | Course Number : JH01

    The Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Module (EBP) series focuses on the use of EBP to solve problems faced by bedside nurses, nurse educators, and nurse managers and leaders. It is designed to specifically meet the needs of individual nurses or for broad use by healthcare organizations and schools of nursing.

  • Effects of Exercise During or Postchemotherapy in Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV034

    The purpose of this article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing is to evaluate and summarize available scientific evidence to provide recommendations for an exercise intervention for cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy.

  • Human Trafficking: Providing Meaningful Intervention

    Price: US $12.50 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : HTT01

    Human trafficking (HT) victims often encounter health care providers while being trafficked including nurses, who play a pivotal role in identifying current and potential victims. This course is designed to provide a general overview of the complex issue of HT to help nurses spot the common red flags associated with it. Once these current and potential victims are identified, nurses can begin to provide meaningful, trauma-informed care and interventions.

  • The Spiritual Needs of Community-Dwelling Older People Living with Early-Stage Dementia – A Qualitative Study

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS022

    In this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship, the spiritual needs of community-dwelling older people living with early-stage dementia are explored.

  • Priority Topics for Health Education to Support HIV Self-Management in Limited-Resource Settings

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS023

    This article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship identifies and prioritizes the information that persons living with HIV (PLWH) in a limited-resource setting need to effectively manage their health.

  • Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program

    Price: US $300.00 | CNE Hours: 40.00 | Course Number : SAFEProgram

    Take this course and you will learn the necessary knowledge and resources to develop a clinical knowledge base when caring for patients of sexual violence. This program contains 14 modules which follow the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) Educational Guidelines for didactic course work in Adolescent/Adult SANE and features subject matter experts from around the United States.

  • WV: Adaptation of Clinical Practice Guideline Recommendations in Hospitals for People Living With Dementia and Their Caregivers

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV033

    The purpose of this article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing is to adapt the international clinical guidelines and their recommendations to the Austrian context regarding nonpharmacological interventions for people with dementia living in the general hospital setting.

  • WV: A Practice-Based Research Database to Study Perinatal Nurse Home Visiting to Pregnant Women With Diabetes

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV032

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing provides an in-depth description of the Philadelphia Pregnancy and Diabetes Home Visiting (PPD‐HV) research database developed from data in the longitudinal nursing records.

  • Robotics in Nursing: A Bibliometric Analysis

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS021

    This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship describes the current evidence found in the nursing literature about robotics used to assist or augment nursing care.

  • Social Robots for Depression in Older Adults: A Systematic Review

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS020

     In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of studies using social robots to improve psychological well-being. In this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship this systematic review investigates the effect of social robot interventions for depression in older adults.

  • Why Do We Require Registered Nurses in Nursing Homes? Using Longitudinal Hierarchical Linear Modeling

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS019

    The purpose of this article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to longitudinally examine the relationship between nurse staffing and the quality of care of nursing home residents.

  • The Woodhull Study Revisited: Nurses’ Representation in Health New Media 20 Years Later

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS018

    This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship determines if nurses are represented in health news stories more frequently today than 20 years ago when Sigma Theta Tau International Honorary Society of Nursing published The Woodhull Study on Nursing and the Media, which found that nurses were cited as sources in only four percent of the stories.

  • An International Educational Training Course for Conducting Systematic Reviews in Health Care: The Joanna Briggs Institute’s Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV030

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is to report on the evolution of the Joanna Briggs Institute Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program (JBICSRTP) as an exemplar approach for teaching systematic review methods.

  • Effectiveness of Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion on Parental Quality of Life and Glycemic Control Among Children With T1D: Meta-Analysis

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV031

    The purpose of this article from Worldviews of Evidence-Based Nursing is to determine the best available evidence regarding the effectiveness of CSII compared to MDI on parental QOL and glycemic control among children with T1D.

  • Frontline Leader Certificate Program

    Price: US $45.00 | CNE Hours: 5.40 | Course Number : FLCP01

    Charge nurses and other frontline leaders are critical links in the delivery of care to patients and families, as well as in the work environment. In this evidence-based course, charge nurses and leaders will learn the knowledge and skills essential for their role, paving the way for creating a desirable organizational culture that can impact patients, families, and staff alike.

  • Disaster Preparedness and Response

    Price: US $12.00 | CNE Hours: 2.50 | Course Number : SP0006

    Natural and human-shaped disasters are an unfortunate reality, but there are steps you can take to better prepare for them and assist in disaster relief efforts. This course presents an overview of a nurse’s role in planning for and responding to a mass casualty incident and includes information on how you and your family can better prepare for disasters.

  • Evaluating the Impact of EBP Education: Development of a Modified Fresno Test for Acute Care Nursing

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV029

    This article from Sigma's Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing journal adapts the Modified Fresno-Acute Care Nursing test to develop a psychometrically sound tool for use in academic and practice settings.

  • Concept Analysis and the Advance of Nursing Knowledge: State of the Science

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS017

    Despite an overwhelming increase in the number of concept analyses published since the early 1970s, there are significant limitations to the impact of this work in promoting progress in nursing science. The objective of this article is to increase knowledge related to research/EBP.

  • Initiation of Term Newborn Skin‐to‐Skin Contact in the Operating Room Following Scheduled Cesarean Section: A DNP Capstone Project

    Price: US $12.50 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : WV028

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing shares the best evidence‐based strategies and innovative ideas on how to facilitate the learning and implementation of EBP principles and processes by clinicians as well as nursing and interprofessional students.

  • Large‐Scale Hospital Mattress Switch‐Out Leads to Reduction Hospital‐Acquired Pressure Ulcers: Operationalization of a Multidisciplinary Task Force

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV027

    The purpose of this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is to describe the successful implementation of a hospital-wide mattress switch-out program using a Multidisciplinary Task Force, which resulted in a decrease in HAPUs and significant cost savings.

  • Multisite Studies Demonstrate Positive Relationship Between Practice Environments and Smoking Cessation Counseling Evidence‐Based Practices

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV026

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing examines the relationship between the nurse practice environment and nurses’ use of smoking cessation counseling practices, and to evaluate the effect of the individual nurse and organization characteristics on nurse smoking cessation counseling practices.

  • Transformational Leadership: Delivering Excellence

    Price: US $19.58 | CNE Hours: 1.60 | Course Number : TL04

    Now that hospitals are reimbursed for quality performance, nurse leaders need to ensure their staff have the resources to deliver exceptional patient care, communicate effectively, be engaged, and have the opportunity for professional growth. In order to achieve to this, nurse leaders themselves need development and educational opportunities.

    This course identifies the traits for a transformation leader, and explains the benefits of being a transformational leader in nursing as well as on an organizational level.

  • Behavioral Economics: A New Lens for Understanding Genomic Decision Making

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS016

    This Journal of Nursing Scholarship article seeks to take the next step in examining the insights that nurses and other healthcare providers can derive from applying behavioral economic concepts to support genomic decision making. As genomic science continues to permeate clinical practice, nurses must continue to adapt practice to meet new challenges. Decisions associated with genomics are often not simple and dichotomous in nature; they can be complex and challenging for all involved.

  • The Relationship Among Change Fatigue, Resilience, and Job Satisfaction of Hospital Nurses

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS015

    Healthcare is typified by change. Frequent and vast changes in acute care hospitals can take a toll on nurses and cause change fatigue, which has been largely overlooked and under-researched. This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship examines relationships between change fatigue, resilience, and job satisfaction among novice and seasoned hospital staff nurses.

  • Health Literacy Fundamentals for Nurses

    Price: US $25.00 | CNE Hours: 2.00 | Course Number : LIT001

    Using the nursing process as a framework, this course focuses on helping participants use health literacy standards to assess health literacy levels, diagnose or recognize clients with low and extremely low health literacy, plan and implement appropriate patient education techniques, and evaluate patient teaching.

  • Healthcare Ethics Certificate Program

    Price: US $295.50 | CNE Hours: 39.40 | Course Number : ETHICSprogram

    This program examines key ethical issues, terms, concepts, and ideas that can become an everyday part of nursing practice. Reflective and guided exercises focused on personal philosophy, values, and working through ethical issues to help clarify when an ethical dilemma exists, what ethical issues are involved, and how an ethical position can be explained to others. The voice of the ethics-articulate nurse in collaboration with other health care providers is key to creating an ethically responsible nurse-patient relationship, unit team, or organization. The program includes a pre- and post-assessment and seven interactive courses. 
    The professional certificate is not a license and does not convey certification, certified status or credentialing, but is recognition of accomplishments in a specialized area of practice.

  • Ethical Dilemmas

    Price: US $52.80 | CNE Hours: 6.60 | Course Number : ETHICS02

    Balancing the right to healthcare treatment and individual rights in the context of professional moral and ethical practices is a difficult dilemma. This course aims to assist you to by providing a brief overview of the context, nature and processes of ethical dilemmas, its associated terms, concepts, theories and processes. Understanding the basic concepts that apply to this field, including the underpinning ethical principles of healthcare practice, will enable the practitioner to more easily recognize an ethical dilemma.

  • Ethical Principles

    Price: US $57.60 | CNE Hours: 7.20 | Course Number : ETHICS04

    This course describes the role of emotion in moral/ethical responses to provide a background for studying the bioethical principles. Scenarios from everyday life and clinical settings will be used to demonstrate the use of the bioethical principle framework inclusive of autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence and justice; and the interface of the framework with moral rules specifically veracity, confidentiality, privacy, informed consent, and fidelity.

  • Ethical Issues

    Price: US $60.80 | CNE Hours: 7.60 | Course Number : ETHICS03

    Although initially an area associated with a distinct disciplinary study, such as philosophy, the subject of ethics is increasingly becoming everybody’s business. Increasing life expectancy with existent co-morbidities renders end-of-life care for older people much more complex and challenging. Within this, and many other contexts, ethical issues arise, as healthcare workers struggle to identify the best course of action within the context of differing and perhaps conflicting options. This course will address the issues of end-of-life life, research ethics, and public health ethics.

  • Practical Ethics in the Health Care Setting

    Price: US $25.60 | CNE Hours: 3.20 | Course Number : ETHICS07

    This course will address common barriers encountered in professional ethical practice. These barriers to resolving ethical dilemmas are categorized as to how they relate to nursing, interprofessional collaboration, patient/provider relationships and organizational structure. Two ethical decision models on how to resolve clinical ethical dilemmas will be explored: ADPIE and the Four Topics Method. These models will help to identify the best course of action to resolve an ethical dilemma.

  • Professional Ethics

    Price: US $25.60 | CNE Hours: 3.20 | Course Number : ETHICS05

    Nurses in all roles and settings are responsible and accountable for upholding the professional values of the profession. Individual integrity is the starting point for professional integrity. When integrity is threatened moral distress can ensue. In this course, moral distress will be defined, and its prevalence, sources and consequences will be identified. Strategies for supporting personal and professional integrity and creating an ethical practice environment will also be discussed.

  • Nursing Codes of Ethical Behaviors

    Price: US $57.60 | CNE Hours: 7.20 | Course Number : ETHICS06

    Healthcare professionals are mandated to protect and uphold all standards of healthcare practice. This course begins by exploring professional position statements in an organization and continues with a pragmatic discussion of the practical considerations a clinician may encounter when dealing with individual, context-specific, and ethical challenges.

  • Introduction to Healthcare Ethics

    Price: US $35.20 | CNE Hours: 4.40 | Course Number : ETHICS01

    This course introduces learners to ways of classifying and organizing “levels” of ethics from the very abstract to the more practical (or from the practical to the abstract). Learners will be presented with a basic overview of meta ethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics, and learn how various theories and principles of ethics are interconnected. The importance of value analysis and how individual values have a place within the broader study of ethics will also be addressed.

  • Trauma Informed HIV Prevention and the Care Continuum

    Price: US $41.25 | CNE Hours: 3.30 | Course Number : HIV001

    This course provides a foundational understanding of trauma as it relates to HIV prevention and care. It will highlight congruencies between current HIV incidence and prevalence data to populations at high risk for trauma exposure and provide examples of the negative impact of trauma exposures on HIV prevention and care efforts.

  • Reducing Agitation in Elders With Dementia

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.50 | Course Number : GNLA001

    The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with the knowledge on how to decrease and/or prevent the frequency and severity of agitated episodes in elders who are diagnosed with dementia.

  • Providing Excellent Palliative Care

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.50 | Course Number : GNLA003

    The purpose of this course is to provide an example of quality care at the end of life through a case study of an elderly gentleman who is dying. The case will demonstrate how effective communication with a health care team provides for a desired quality of life and allows one to prepare for a peaceful death.

  • Dealing With Disruptive Patients and Families

    Price: US $12.50 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : SYFY03

    Nurses are confronted with difficult patients and families daily. Understanding the feelings and emotions behind each demeanor allows the nurse to effectively assess the disruptive individual, determine the behavioral or medical cause of the disruption, and strategize potential solutions for handling the disruption. 

  • Return to Nursing Program

    Price: US $400.00 | CNE Hours: 54.30 | Course Number : 0

    This refresher program was designed for nurses who have been out of the nursing workforce but want to return to practice. It consists of seven courses that can be purchased separately, or as a complete program. The program certificate will be awarded after successful completion of all seven courses.

    Completion of this program satisfies the didactic educational requirements in many states, which may be required before returning to a nursing role. 

  • Mastering Informatics

    Price: US $250.00 | CNE Hours: 29.50 | Course Number : INFprogram

    This course is written by the top informaticists in healthcare, the book covers everything from planning and analysis to designing, testing, training, implementing, maintaining, evaluating, security, patient safety, analytic, mobility and much more. The content in the book Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success and the additional online information will help prepare you for the ANCC board certification exam in nursing informatics (RN-BC).

    This companion CNE course to Mastering Informatics provides additional content on each of the chapters included in the book Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success. By purchasing a new copy of Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success, you can complete all of the continuing nursing education (CNE) units required for the nursing informatics exam from one product.

  • Professional Practice

    Price: US $40.00 | CNE Hours: 3.20 | Course Number : LEAD07

    This course will address professional development and provide recommendations for improving nursing specialty certification rates at your organization. Additionally, this course will define and delve into the different aspects of professional practice models.

  • Leadership and Management

    Price: US $75.00 | CNE Hours: 10.00 | Course Number : LEAD06

    Leadership requires the purposeful selection of behaviors to successfully support a team’s effort to achieve shared goals. This course will examine the leadership process, facilitating change, and the leader’s role in implementing technology.

  • Business of Healthcare

    Price: US $47.50 | CNE Hours: 3.80 | Course Number : LEAD05

    This lesson will illustrate how leaders must advocate for patient care by influencing stakeholders to achieve organizational excellence and engage in behaviors for the transformation of patient care delivery. Development of business plans, business strategies, and management and evaluation of projects will be discussed.

  • Knowledge, Innovations, and Performance Improvement

    Price: US $61.50 | CNE Hours: 8.20 | Course Number : LEAD04

    Creating a culture of continuous improvement can be a valuable means of demonstrating excellence and creating stability in any practice setting. This course will discuss performance improvement initiatives, effective communication techniques, project management, and strategic planning.

  • Human Resource Management

    Price: US $84.00 | CNE Hours: 11.20 | Course Number : LEAD03

    Leaders who understand the concepts and legal framework of effective human resource management develop satisfied staff which leads to improved retention, quality, productivity, and patient outcomes. This course will address recruitment, labor laws, staff performance, onboarding, staff development, and conflict resolution.

  • Operational Structures and Processes

    Price: US $60.80 | CNE Hours: 6.40 | Course Number : LEAD02

    This course will help increase knowledge in regards to organizational structure, management systems, and information technology. Additionally, the concept of population health, and the determinants that contribute to that health, will be addressed.

  • Financial Management

    Price: US $70.50 | CNE Hours: 9.40 | Course Number : LEAD01

    Healthcare leaders must be able to control patient care expenses and understand the flow of patient revenues. This course will address capital and operating budgets, evaluating productivity, and healthcare related legislation.

  • Healthcare Leadership Program

    Price: US $200.00 | CNE Hours: 52.20 | Course Number : LEADProgram

    To ensure quality patient care in today’s healthcare environment of increasing patient acuity and staff turnover, nurse leaders are asked to stay apprised of the latest in clinical practice and supervise more staff more effectively. Nurse leaders are expected to exhibit a broad range of leadership skills necessary to keep job satisfaction and productivity levels high and turnover rates low. The curriculum for this program is based on the testing blueprints of four nursing leadership/management credentialing certifications currently available and includes seven courses in addition to a pre- and post-assessment. 

  • Emergency Nursing: Understanding the Profession

    Price: US $50.00 | CNE Hours: 5.30 | Course Number : EM001

    What is emergency nursing? This course addresses this question and explores the profession through topics like unique roles for emergency nurses, key players in the emergency department, challenges faced, and more.

  • Preparing a Professional Presentation

    Price: US $21.25 | CNE Hours: 1.70 | Course Number : PROF02

    Whether it is a presentation to a hospital board or speaking at a conference, nurses have many opportunities to present their data and experiences. Presenting that information professionally can be difficult. This engaging course addresses how to speak in a professional setting and how to avoid "The 7 Deadly Sins of Public Speaking."

  • Professional Appearance and Behavior

    Price: US $12.00 | CNE Hours: 0.90 | Course Number : PROF01

    Nurses are often involved with engagements that take them away from the bedside. From interdisciplinary teams to business meetings, it has become common-place for nurses to participate in settings where making a professional impression is important. This course provides practical information on dressing appropriately, making introductions, and networking successfully at conferences and other business settings.