Nursing: Self-Care Course Bundle
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The COVID-19 pandemic magnified an unfortunate reality in nursing practice: Nurses are stressed, exhausted, and at risk for burnout. Self-care has been shown to reduce nurses’ stress and is also linked to improved quality of care. For you and your patients, make the commitment to act on your self-care needs with this conveniently bundled CE series.

Included Courses

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

  • Boundaries and Burnout: Strategies for Nurses to Maintain Self 1
    Course release date: 6/16/2021

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on 6/16/2021.

    In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s become hard to separate work and home. In addition, COVID has further blurred those lines causing us to be even more susceptible to burnout. Burnout impacts every part of our physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. This course, presented by Trish Hart, a national expert in mindfulness and stress management, investigates the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to implement to continue to be a high performer and more mindful in your daily living.
  • Easing COVID-19 Stress Through Yoga's Breath and Body Connection 1
    Course release date: 6/9/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on June 9, 2020.  

    When today’s world feels stressful and uncertain, the ancient practice of yoga offers tried-and-true techniques for focusing the mind, empowering the body, and soothing the spirit. During this course, longtime yoga teacher Becky Vollmer, Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) 500, will explain how yoga – including movement, breathwork, mindfulness, and meditation – can help improve flexibility and strength in the muscles, improve both mobility and stability in the joints, and engage the body’s parasympathetic nervous system to reduce physical and mental stress. You’ll learn simple breathing, stretching, strengthening, and mindfulness practices that can be done practically anywhere – whether on the job, in the car, or at home. No experience, no stretchy pants, and no yoga mat required!
  • From Exhaustion to Extraordinary: Strategies to Reverse Nurse Fatigue 1
    Course release date: 4/28/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that was held on April 28, 2020.  

    Imagine a world where everyone got along and went out of their way to support each other - where resources were abundant, and patients and their families were always happy and satisfied. Wouldn’t it be a joy to work in a world like that? The reality is that nurses work in unpredictable worlds where they don’t always support each other, have the necessary resources, and struggle to meet the increasing needs of patients. This course provides nurses with simple proven strategies to flip the switch from exhausted to extraordinary! Equipping yourself to deal with the daily challenges of your job can have an exponential impact on the work environment and patient care.
  • Healthcare Humor: Take Time to Laugh 1
    Course release date: 5/26/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on May 26, 2020.  

    Who would have ever thought that the first six months of 2020, “The Year of the Nurse,” would be like they were? Let's take a confident look back on a tumultuous and crazy year in our profession. Never before have nurses been so needed and risen to the occasion! While a pandemic is never funny, we know that nurses are experts at using humor to cope in any situation. This promises to be a humorous, inspiring, thankful, and reflective presentation from someone on the front lines!
  • Mindfulness for Healthcare Professionals - N47685 3
    Course release date: 6/7/2021

    About the Course:
    Building mindfulness-based, stress-reduction principles and techniques into healthcare environments can increase positivity, safety, and pleasure in work. This course provides healthcare professionals with the knowledge to expand their understanding of what mindfulness is in its many forms. These include formal, structured approaches as various approaches to meditation, as well as informal, beneficial daily habits of thinking and behavior. The course explores the evidence base for the uses and benefits of mindfulness and presents ways to immediately apply these practices to daily personal and professional life. 
  • Self-Care Shortcuts: Discover The Science Behind Your Story 1
    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on June 16, 2020.  

    This presentation describes the science behind why our childhood experiences can play a significant role in our overall health and well-being throughout our lifetime. You will learn how to apply the findings of the ACEs Study to the contemporary world we, as nurses, live and work in today. The COVID-19 crisis presents a major challenge for provider's emotional, mental, and physical health. The “what” we have learned about chronic toxic stress from the ACEs Study also applies to current conditions nurses are facing in the workplace; learn strategies to minimize the effects of toxic stress.

    Course release date: 6/16/2020
  • The New Self-Care 1
    Course release date: 6/2/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on June 2, 2020. 

    Let's be real. If you're working on the frontline, personal protective equipment isn’t the only commodity you're short on!  How about time? Could you use a few more hours in the day? We understand. We know how important your emotional and physical health are. We also understand that "time" is an issue. Finding time for self-care shouldn't stress you out! We can't add more hours to your day, but we can give you practical tips on how to calm your mind, body and brain anytime, anywhere.
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Self-Care Course Bundle - 9 Hours

35.00
The COVID-19 pandemic magnified an unfortunate reality in nursing practice: Nurses are stressed, exhausted, and at risk for burnout. Self-care has been shown to reduce nurses’ stress and is also linked to improved quality of care. For you and your patients, make the commitment to act on your self-care needs with this conveniently bundled CE series.

Included Courses

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

  • Boundaries and Burnout: Strategies for Nurses to Maintain Self 1
    Course release date: 6/16/2021

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on 6/16/2021.

    In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s become hard to separate work and home. In addition, COVID has further blurred those lines causing us to be even more susceptible to burnout. Burnout impacts every part of our physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. This course, presented by Trish Hart, a national expert in mindfulness and stress management, investigates the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to implement to continue to be a high performer and more mindful in your daily living.
  • Easing COVID-19 Stress Through Yoga's Breath and Body Connection 1
    Course release date: 6/9/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on June 9, 2020.  

    When today’s world feels stressful and uncertain, the ancient practice of yoga offers tried-and-true techniques for focusing the mind, empowering the body, and soothing the spirit. During this course, longtime yoga teacher Becky Vollmer, Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) 500, will explain how yoga – including movement, breathwork, mindfulness, and meditation – can help improve flexibility and strength in the muscles, improve both mobility and stability in the joints, and engage the body’s parasympathetic nervous system to reduce physical and mental stress. You’ll learn simple breathing, stretching, strengthening, and mindfulness practices that can be done practically anywhere – whether on the job, in the car, or at home. No experience, no stretchy pants, and no yoga mat required!
  • From Exhaustion to Extraordinary: Strategies to Reverse Nurse Fatigue 1
    Course release date: 4/28/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that was held on April 28, 2020.  

    Imagine a world where everyone got along and went out of their way to support each other - where resources were abundant, and patients and their families were always happy and satisfied. Wouldn’t it be a joy to work in a world like that? The reality is that nurses work in unpredictable worlds where they don’t always support each other, have the necessary resources, and struggle to meet the increasing needs of patients. This course provides nurses with simple proven strategies to flip the switch from exhausted to extraordinary! Equipping yourself to deal with the daily challenges of your job can have an exponential impact on the work environment and patient care.
  • Healthcare Humor: Take Time to Laugh 1
    Course release date: 5/26/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on May 26, 2020.  

    Who would have ever thought that the first six months of 2020, “The Year of the Nurse,” would be like they were? Let's take a confident look back on a tumultuous and crazy year in our profession. Never before have nurses been so needed and risen to the occasion! While a pandemic is never funny, we know that nurses are experts at using humor to cope in any situation. This promises to be a humorous, inspiring, thankful, and reflective presentation from someone on the front lines!
  • Mindfulness for Healthcare Professionals - N47685 3
    Course release date: 6/7/2021

    About the Course:
    Building mindfulness-based, stress-reduction principles and techniques into healthcare environments can increase positivity, safety, and pleasure in work. This course provides healthcare professionals with the knowledge to expand their understanding of what mindfulness is in its many forms. These include formal, structured approaches as various approaches to meditation, as well as informal, beneficial daily habits of thinking and behavior. The course explores the evidence base for the uses and benefits of mindfulness and presents ways to immediately apply these practices to daily personal and professional life. 
  • Self-Care Shortcuts: Discover The Science Behind Your Story 1
    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on June 16, 2020.  

    This presentation describes the science behind why our childhood experiences can play a significant role in our overall health and well-being throughout our lifetime. You will learn how to apply the findings of the ACEs Study to the contemporary world we, as nurses, live and work in today. The COVID-19 crisis presents a major challenge for provider's emotional, mental, and physical health. The “what” we have learned about chronic toxic stress from the ACEs Study also applies to current conditions nurses are facing in the workplace; learn strategies to minimize the effects of toxic stress.

    Course release date: 6/16/2020
  • The New Self-Care 1
    Course release date: 6/2/2020

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on June 2, 2020. 

    Let's be real. If you're working on the frontline, personal protective equipment isn’t the only commodity you're short on!  How about time? Could you use a few more hours in the day? We understand. We know how important your emotional and physical health are. We also understand that "time" is an issue. Finding time for self-care shouldn't stress you out! We can't add more hours to your day, but we can give you practical tips on how to calm your mind, body and brain anytime, anywhere.