Nursing: Pediatric Course Bundle
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This offering of courses includes relevant, evidence-based content relevant to nurses practicing with the pediatric population. Timely topics from content experts developed to enhance your knowledge on some of the top common issues with children. Every nurse who encounters children and families will benefit from this education bundle. Includes 5.5 pharmacology hours.

Included Courses

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

  • A National Tragedy: Never Shake a Baby - N33917 3
    Course release date: 6/2/2020

    About the Course:
    This course reviews the significance of pediatric abusive head trauma (PAHT), also known as shaken baby syndrome, and its cause, pathophysiology, risk factors, identification, and care strategies. Children less than 2 years of age are at the highest risk for this preventable and irreversible injury. Knowledge of risk, case identification, and care strategies are important to good evaluation and treatment. 
  • Pediatric Pharmacology: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia - N31426 3 3
    Course release date: 12/9/2019

    About the Course:
    This course outlines normally functioning blood and lymphatic systems and how divergences from this process can lead to acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common type of childhood cancer.  The course highlights the great progress made in understanding this disease and how to eradicate it and will provide an overview of the collateral damage that occurs with this disease from its pathology and its treatment.
  • Pediatric Pharmacology: Asthma - N32053 3 2.5
    Course release date: 1/13/2020

    About the Course:
    This course provides a review of the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of asthma and discusses the causes, associated symptoms, and complications of this medical emergency.  The course also describes diagnostic measures and potential pharmacotherapeutic approaches to management. 
  • Pediatric Pharmacology: Immunizations - N33530 3
    Course release date: 3/2/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is designed to increase nurses’ knowledge of recommended pediatric immunizations in order to improve patient education and adherence to immunization schedules. Vaccine recommendations for children ages 18 years old and younger are discussed, including the diseases that vaccines prevent, the schedule for administration, safety, and effectiveness of vaccines.
  • Recognizing the Warning Signs of Pediatric Headaches 3
    Course release date: 10/19/2021

    About the Course:
    This course will explore recurrent headaches in children and adolescents, consider headache prevention strategies, describe the acute headache, and identify those with serious or life-threatening causes (“red flags”). The components of the pediatric history and neurological exam will be discussed. Various examples of primary headaches and secondary headaches will be described. After taking this course, the nurse will be able to identify red flags, describe signs and symptoms specific to children, and distinguish between different types of pediatric headaches. Nurses who are experienced in pediatrics or are completely new to the pediatric population will equally benefit from this course.
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Pediatric Course Bundle - 15 Hours

55.00
This offering of courses includes relevant, evidence-based content relevant to nurses practicing with the pediatric population. Timely topics from content experts developed to enhance your knowledge on some of the top common issues with children. Every nurse who encounters children and families will benefit from this education bundle. Includes 5.5 pharmacology hours.

Included Courses

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

  • A National Tragedy: Never Shake a Baby - N33917 3
    Course release date: 6/2/2020

    About the Course:
    This course reviews the significance of pediatric abusive head trauma (PAHT), also known as shaken baby syndrome, and its cause, pathophysiology, risk factors, identification, and care strategies. Children less than 2 years of age are at the highest risk for this preventable and irreversible injury. Knowledge of risk, case identification, and care strategies are important to good evaluation and treatment. 
  • Pediatric Pharmacology: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia - N31426 3 3
    Course release date: 12/9/2019

    About the Course:
    This course outlines normally functioning blood and lymphatic systems and how divergences from this process can lead to acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common type of childhood cancer.  The course highlights the great progress made in understanding this disease and how to eradicate it and will provide an overview of the collateral damage that occurs with this disease from its pathology and its treatment.
  • Pediatric Pharmacology: Asthma - N32053 3 2.5
    Course release date: 1/13/2020

    About the Course:
    This course provides a review of the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of asthma and discusses the causes, associated symptoms, and complications of this medical emergency.  The course also describes diagnostic measures and potential pharmacotherapeutic approaches to management. 
  • Pediatric Pharmacology: Immunizations - N33530 3
    Course release date: 3/2/2020

    About the Course:
    This course is designed to increase nurses’ knowledge of recommended pediatric immunizations in order to improve patient education and adherence to immunization schedules. Vaccine recommendations for children ages 18 years old and younger are discussed, including the diseases that vaccines prevent, the schedule for administration, safety, and effectiveness of vaccines.
  • Recognizing the Warning Signs of Pediatric Headaches 3
    Course release date: 10/19/2021

    About the Course:
    This course will explore recurrent headaches in children and adolescents, consider headache prevention strategies, describe the acute headache, and identify those with serious or life-threatening causes (“red flags”). The components of the pediatric history and neurological exam will be discussed. Various examples of primary headaches and secondary headaches will be described. After taking this course, the nurse will be able to identify red flags, describe signs and symptoms specific to children, and distinguish between different types of pediatric headaches. Nurses who are experienced in pediatrics or are completely new to the pediatric population will equally benefit from this course.