Nursing: Ohio Nursing CE Requirements Package
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This tailored package of courses includes everything you need to fulfill your Ohio Nursing CE requirements in one place, including the Category A requirement. Save more than 80% on the individual course prices!

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • An Overview of Geriatric Care 2
    Course release date: 4/18/2020

    About the Course:
    This course presents common health conditions, care needs, and concerns associated with aging, including issues related to elder abuse, age-related memory changes and disease processes, and end-of-life issues.
  • Basic ECG Recognition and Interpretation - N31978 3
    Course Release Date: 3/2/2020

    About the Course:
    This course provides an overview of the most common, basic non-life-threatening rhythms to refresh your knowledge and increase confidence in your rhythm interpretation skills.  The course reviews the normal sinus rhythms and the most common cardiac dysrhythmias to help you better understand the effects dysrhythmias have on patients and recommended nursing interventions. 
     
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases - N47384 6
    Course release date: 3/3/2021

    About the Course:
    This course provides an overview of emerging infectious diseases (EID), offering useful historic and scientific underpinnings, as well as an introduction to the less obvious consequences of rapidly spreading infections. The course is aimed at empowering nurses to best serve their patients, despite the challenges projected by EID-associated disruptions. In broad strokes, this course provides general ID and EID information, discusses consequences of a pandemic, provides an overview of how governments and organizations prepare for EID, methods to combat the spread of ID, and descriptions of specific nursing approaches useful to prevent and manage EID.
  • Management of Addiction, Withdrawal, and Overdose - N35032 4
    Course release date: 5/18/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is beneficial for all nurses who care for the general population, particularly populations at risk for opioid misuse, addiction, and overdose.  The course reviews common terminology related to opioid use and addiction, the basic pharmacology of opioids, the roots of the opioid epidemic, the theory of prevention model, and the unique points of potential intervention to help nurses prevent, identify, and treat opioid addiction. 
  • Medical Marijuana: Use and Indications - N33919 4
    Course release date: 4/1/2020

    About the Course:
    This course presents the latest information about medical marijuana and is designed to help nurses understand its use, history, risks, benefits, and related best practices.  

    The course is intended for educational purposes only and in no way, encourages, endorses, or supports the use of marijuana. 
  • Ohio Nursing Laws & Rules - N35029 1
    Course release date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course fulfills the Ohio Law and Rules Category A licensure requirements on standards for competent nursing practice for RNs, APRNs, and LPNs in Ohio. The course now includes content regarding the foreign licensed nurse. Within the course is information regarding education, licensing, scope and standards of practice, and patient safety. 
  • Population Health: Contemporary Perspectives for Nurses - N32887 4
    Course release date: 3/4/2020

    About the Course:
    This course will provide current and relevant information about population health as it applies to contemporary nursing practice.  The course presents an overview of population health via definitions and practical applications. It will discuss public health nurse standards of practice and the skills and knowledge that clinicians need in order to address modern day health issues, along with methods and strategies for tackling such health problems. Throughout the course, case examples will illustrate how to employ a population health approach to improve outcomes, not merely for individuals, but for populations.
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Ohio Nursing CE Requirements Package - 24 Contact Hours

32.95
This tailored package of courses includes everything you need to fulfill your Ohio Nursing CE requirements in one place, including the Category A requirement. Save more than 80% on the individual course prices!

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • An Overview of Geriatric Care 2
    Course release date: 4/18/2020

    About the Course:
    This course presents common health conditions, care needs, and concerns associated with aging, including issues related to elder abuse, age-related memory changes and disease processes, and end-of-life issues.
  • Basic ECG Recognition and Interpretation - N31978 3
    Course Release Date: 3/2/2020

    About the Course:
    This course provides an overview of the most common, basic non-life-threatening rhythms to refresh your knowledge and increase confidence in your rhythm interpretation skills.  The course reviews the normal sinus rhythms and the most common cardiac dysrhythmias to help you better understand the effects dysrhythmias have on patients and recommended nursing interventions. 
     
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases - N47384 6
    Course release date: 3/3/2021

    About the Course:
    This course provides an overview of emerging infectious diseases (EID), offering useful historic and scientific underpinnings, as well as an introduction to the less obvious consequences of rapidly spreading infections. The course is aimed at empowering nurses to best serve their patients, despite the challenges projected by EID-associated disruptions. In broad strokes, this course provides general ID and EID information, discusses consequences of a pandemic, provides an overview of how governments and organizations prepare for EID, methods to combat the spread of ID, and descriptions of specific nursing approaches useful to prevent and manage EID.
  • Management of Addiction, Withdrawal, and Overdose - N35032 4
    Course release date: 5/18/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is beneficial for all nurses who care for the general population, particularly populations at risk for opioid misuse, addiction, and overdose.  The course reviews common terminology related to opioid use and addiction, the basic pharmacology of opioids, the roots of the opioid epidemic, the theory of prevention model, and the unique points of potential intervention to help nurses prevent, identify, and treat opioid addiction. 
  • Medical Marijuana: Use and Indications - N33919 4
    Course release date: 4/1/2020

    About the Course:
    This course presents the latest information about medical marijuana and is designed to help nurses understand its use, history, risks, benefits, and related best practices.  

    The course is intended for educational purposes only and in no way, encourages, endorses, or supports the use of marijuana. 
  • Ohio Nursing Laws & Rules - N35029 1
    Course release date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course fulfills the Ohio Law and Rules Category A licensure requirements on standards for competent nursing practice for RNs, APRNs, and LPNs in Ohio. The course now includes content regarding the foreign licensed nurse. Within the course is information regarding education, licensing, scope and standards of practice, and patient safety. 
  • Population Health: Contemporary Perspectives for Nurses - N32887 4
    Course release date: 3/4/2020

    About the Course:
    This course will provide current and relevant information about population health as it applies to contemporary nursing practice.  The course presents an overview of population health via definitions and practical applications. It will discuss public health nurse standards of practice and the skills and knowledge that clinicians need in order to address modern day health issues, along with methods and strategies for tackling such health problems. Throughout the course, case examples will illustrate how to employ a population health approach to improve outcomes, not merely for individuals, but for populations.