Nursing: Texas Nursing CE Requirements
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Save over 70% on the individual course price with this convenient bundle of CE courses for Texas nursing license renewal. Includes courses to fulfill mandatory subject requirements for human trafficking, older adult/geriatric care, and nursing jurisprudence and ethics.

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

  • An Overview of Dietary Supplements for Nurses - N46202 3 3
    Course release date: 1/11/2021

    About the Course:
    Nurses in many practice settings are likely to encounter patients that are using dietary supplements – some appropriately – whereas in other instances, not. This course is designed to provide an overview of these products that will empower nurses to guide their usage safely and effectively. Dietary supplements of many types are widely used by Americans. As a result, it is likely that nurses, in a variety of settings, will encounter patients who use these products.
  • Care of Older Adults for Texas Nurses - N33532 2
    Course Release Date: 3/12/2020

    About the Course:
    The course meets the Older Adult/Geriatric Care 2 contact hour continuing education requirement mandated by the Texas Board of Nursing. This course presents information on providing safe and appropriate nursing care for older adults.  The course covers elder abuse, age-related memory changes, health maintenance and disease processes, including chronic conditions and end-of-life issues. 
  • Human Trafficking: Overview for Texas Healthcare Professionals 1
    Release Date: 3/9/2021

    About the Course: 
    This basic-level course for healthcare professionals is an introduction into the complex crime of human trafficking, with a focus on sex and labor trafficking and the common symptoms and conditions that occur in trafficked persons. Healthcare professionals who complete this course will be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of trafficked persons and identify the interventions needed to care for these individuals. Additionally, this course lists national resources that provide vital services to trafficked persons and makes recommendations for patient and staff safety when addressing these potentially volatile scenarios. 
  • Jurisprudence and Ethics for Texas Nurses 2
    Course release date: 2/24/2020

    In 2014, the Texas Board of Nursing established a requirement for two (2) continuing education contact hours related to nursing jurisprudence and ethics prior to the end of every third (3) licensure renewal cycle to assist nurses in interpreting legal and ethical guidelines, rules, regulations, and position statements (Texas BON, 2019a). This course presents principles and best practices for delivering nursing care that meets or exceeds legal and ethical standards.
  • Managing Difficult Patients for Healthcare Professionals - N57067 5
    Course release date: 8/24/2021

    About the Course:
    Healthcare professionals will encounter difficult or hard to manage patients during their career. Examples of these difficult encounters include workplace violence, non-adherence to medical treatments, and manipulation of caregivers. This course explores how healthcare professionals can avoid potentially violent situations and work with difficult patients by being prepared and recognizing the signs and risk factors for these occurrences. De-escalation skills, diagnosis, preventative measures, training, and planning are all presented in this course to help healthcare professionals respond to difficult patients and ensure a healthy environment for everyone.
     
  • Nursing Management of Sepsis - N33521 7
    Course release date: 3/12/2020

    About the Course:
    This course will provide nurses with an overview of the progression and treatment of sepsis, as well as an overview of screening tools available to recognize early signs and symptoms that will improve patient outcomes and reduce mortality associated with sepsis.
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Texas Nursing CE Requirements - 20 Contact Hours

32.95
Save over 70% on the individual course price with this convenient bundle of CE courses for Texas nursing license renewal. Includes courses to fulfill mandatory subject requirements for human trafficking, older adult/geriatric care, and nursing jurisprudence and ethics.

Included Courses

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

  • An Overview of Dietary Supplements for Nurses - N46202 3 3
    Course release date: 1/11/2021

    About the Course:
    Nurses in many practice settings are likely to encounter patients that are using dietary supplements – some appropriately – whereas in other instances, not. This course is designed to provide an overview of these products that will empower nurses to guide their usage safely and effectively. Dietary supplements of many types are widely used by Americans. As a result, it is likely that nurses, in a variety of settings, will encounter patients who use these products.
  • Care of Older Adults for Texas Nurses - N33532 2
    Course Release Date: 3/12/2020

    About the Course:
    The course meets the Older Adult/Geriatric Care 2 contact hour continuing education requirement mandated by the Texas Board of Nursing. This course presents information on providing safe and appropriate nursing care for older adults.  The course covers elder abuse, age-related memory changes, health maintenance and disease processes, including chronic conditions and end-of-life issues. 
  • Human Trafficking: Overview for Texas Healthcare Professionals 1
    Release Date: 3/9/2021

    About the Course: 
    This basic-level course for healthcare professionals is an introduction into the complex crime of human trafficking, with a focus on sex and labor trafficking and the common symptoms and conditions that occur in trafficked persons. Healthcare professionals who complete this course will be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of trafficked persons and identify the interventions needed to care for these individuals. Additionally, this course lists national resources that provide vital services to trafficked persons and makes recommendations for patient and staff safety when addressing these potentially volatile scenarios. 
  • Jurisprudence and Ethics for Texas Nurses 2
    Course release date: 2/24/2020

    In 2014, the Texas Board of Nursing established a requirement for two (2) continuing education contact hours related to nursing jurisprudence and ethics prior to the end of every third (3) licensure renewal cycle to assist nurses in interpreting legal and ethical guidelines, rules, regulations, and position statements (Texas BON, 2019a). This course presents principles and best practices for delivering nursing care that meets or exceeds legal and ethical standards.
  • Managing Difficult Patients for Healthcare Professionals - N57067 5
    Course release date: 8/24/2021

    About the Course:
    Healthcare professionals will encounter difficult or hard to manage patients during their career. Examples of these difficult encounters include workplace violence, non-adherence to medical treatments, and manipulation of caregivers. This course explores how healthcare professionals can avoid potentially violent situations and work with difficult patients by being prepared and recognizing the signs and risk factors for these occurrences. De-escalation skills, diagnosis, preventative measures, training, and planning are all presented in this course to help healthcare professionals respond to difficult patients and ensure a healthy environment for everyone.
     
  • Nursing Management of Sepsis - N33521 7
    Course release date: 3/12/2020

    About the Course:
    This course will provide nurses with an overview of the progression and treatment of sepsis, as well as an overview of screening tools available to recognize early signs and symptoms that will improve patient outcomes and reduce mortality associated with sepsis.