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7 reasons to invest in continuing education for nurses. 1. To maintain state nurse licensure. Almost all 50 states require that nurses complete continuing education classes to renew their nursing license. And these courses must be accredited. (with a major emphasis in a role other than nursing education). 3. Experience: Two years or more employment in a nursing program in an academic institution within the last five years. Disclaimer The Certified Nurse Educator exam was developed to measure competence in the full scope of the academic nurse educator practice role.
Nearly every state in the nation requires nurses to earn a predetermined number of continuing education (CE) hours to maintain their professional license. If you are a certified nurse, chances are you have additional CE requirements in order to maintain your certification. The importance of this education cannot be overstated. The real value of the book lies in its wonderful characterization. This would greatly enhance the value of the book as a resource for scholars. We began to recognize the value of advice from others. You can't underestimate the value of networking. a program which demonstrates the value of education; The stolen necklace only had sentimental.
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States require continuing education credits of between 15 and 30 contact hours within a one to three year re-licensure period.
States board of nursing often change their rules regarding continuing education and nurses must contact them for specifics. There are several ways in which to gain continuing education credits. Continuing education (including in-service education, continuing education offerings, short prof-essional courses and formal academic coursework whether leading to a higher degree recog-nized by the profession or not).
Informal education from mentors or preceptors or other people who work with the professional and give advice or information. Continuing Education credits for nurses cover a range of topics that you may find relevant to your daily practice. The following are examples of the types of CE courses available to nurses: regulatory, leadership, learning, communication, patient safety, occupational health and safety, perioperative nursing, infection control, legal.
Continuing education terminology also varies and can be confusing for nurses trying to determine appropriate continuing education requirements.
For assistance with determining specific requirements, nurses may want to consider starting with their state's board of nursing web site, which will offer information regarding current licensure and Cited by: 8. Medscape offers free, continuously updated continuing education activities for physicians, registered nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals.
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State boards of nursing measure their hours of participation in continuing education by CEUs. Exact requirements of CEUs vary by state, but most states do require some amount of CEUs for license renewal.
One CEU equals ten contact hours. For classroom education or activities to qualify for contact hours, they must be nursing board-approved. Complete your Nursing CEs quickly and easily with our online nursing continuing education courses.
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Nurses hit the books for a variety of reasons. Some want to learn more about a particular specialty, and continuing education may be the best resource for that purpose. A nurse who is certified in a specialty must obtain continuing education credits that are specific to that specialty. Inthe Institute of Medicine released a report recommending that 80 percent of the registered nurse (RN) workforce have a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) bycausing many hospitals to reevaluate their criteria for hiring new nurses.
Additionally, hospitals aspiring to Magnet status are likely to hire more BSN-prepared nurses, due to better expected patient outcomes. Examples of Continuing Education Formal Education from On-Campus Schools or Online Universities. Formal education is important to nurses. There is a lot of value in obtaining a BSN degree at minimum for a registered nurse.
However, there is also a great benefit to obtaining an MSN as it opens the door for many more career opportunities. Continuing nursing education 1.
Page 1 2. Page 2 3. Page 3 • directed towards the personal and professional growth of nurses and other personnel while they are employed by a health care agency. • essential for the upliftment of professional as well as administrative field.
• helps in updating the knowledge and practice of professionals. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing is a monthly peer-reviewed journal publishing original articles on continuing nursing education that are directed toward continuing education and.
Nurses have long been expected to continue their education, and the ANCC has been accrediting providers and accreditors of continuing education programs for four decades. But there is a debate over whether even more needs to be done at this time when technology and the science of nursing and medicine are undergoing rapid change.
offers all the continuing education courses you need to meet your contact hour requirements. Take self-paced, mobile-friendly courses when and where you want. We also offer Focused CE Series - a comprehensive blended learning experience for clinical proficiency and exam preparedness.
Maximize your professional development and explore. Nurse practitioners must complete continuing education hours based upon the specific requirements of their state. California, for example, requires. Continuing Nursing Education. Find the highest-quality online continuing nursing education (CE) courses for RNs, APRNs, LPN and LVNs at With more than nurse CE courses available (and more than total credit hours), is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).
Free Nursing CEU Courses. offers a vast array of free courses to help you meet your nursing CE contact hour requirements. Our free continuing education for nurses is offered across a wide variety of clinical and professional development topics and is designed to help nurses meet state CE contact hour requirements.
Photo: The importance of continuing education as a nurse. Once qualified, nurses have a duty to continue their education so that they can remain aware of and keep up to date with medical advancements and new research. Knowledge is a powerful tool in healthcare and a well-educated nurse can be the difference between a patient’s life and death.
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Continuing education can take the forms of workshops, seminars, home study or online courses, conferences or hands-on training.
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