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Happy Birthday, Nightingale
A special timeline illustrates quite an extraordinary life.
A nod to Nightingale
WHO designates 2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife.
Smooth care transitions matter
Learn how to avoid readmissions in this free CE course.
Are you an ethics champion?
You are if you promote three core responsibilities.
If Nightingale were alive today
Veterans? The poor? Read about causes she may have championed.
Certification bolsters career
Earning certification can help your nursing salary surge.
DAISY blooms across the globe
The program continues to make its international mark.
Wound care you need to know
Learn how outdated practices can compromise wound treatment.
Letters with lasting impact
Florence's letters reveal what her concerns were back in the day.
Achieve peace of mind
Try meditation and feng shui to take your self-care to a new level.
The cape comes with the job
RNs can’t leap tall buildings, but they show heroism in other ways.
Two minutes with Florence
Nurses share what they would ask Nightingale if they had the chance.
CE: EBP in a clinical setting
Learn how evidence-based practice is a boon for patients.
Make sound ethical choices
Do you know the six key ethical principles that guide decisions?
Celebrate education progress
Nurse education requirements are changing to meet patients' needs.
Manage conflict like a pro
Use these 9 tips to keep the peace at work and at home.
Inspired by Nightingale
An asteroid was named after her! Read more namesake fun facts.
Learning goes beyond school
Communication and leadership can sharpen your nursing prowess.
We celebrate our nurses
Churchill, Twain, Dickens ... Get inspired by our RNs' quote picks.
Nurses and their causes
Nurses are taking the lead as advocates in various settings.
Browse our CE catalog
We have the education modules you need to elevate your career.
Don't wait to say 'thanks!'
Weave regular recognition into your goals. Nurses deserve it.
Celebrating is academic
Faculty and students take part in Nurses Week celebrations.
Life as a nurse attorney
Blogger shares why she became a legal advocate for nurses.
Diversity takes center stage
RNs are improving workforce diversity and cultural competence.
A walk down memory lane
Read how Nurses Week was born out of decades of advocacy.
Self-care feeds good ethics
Find out why RNs should prioritize staying healthy.
Are you satisfied?
Nurses reveal whether their jobs are making them happy.
Help human trafficking victims
Learn to identify and assess victims with this CE course.
Nursing students celebrate, too
Find out how students get inspired on National Student Nurses Day.
Protect your nursing practice
25 legal tools you need to protect your career.
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Everyday Ethics for Nurses
60097
This course explains the elements of ethical decision-making as they apply both to the care of patients and to ethics committees. You will conclude with a look at the ethical challenges involved in physician-assisted suicide, organ transplantation and genetic testing.
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No Way Around It: Rounding Means Satisfied Patients and Nurses   
CE711
Hourly rounding is a nurse-driven evidence-based process designed to anticipate and address the needs of hospital patients. Nurses’ responsiveness to patients’ needs is a key factor patients consider when judging the quality of their care. Get an understanding of the rounding process and tips for implementation.
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Inattentional Blindness: When You Just Didn’t See It
WEB341
Inattentional blindness can influence perception and decision-making. It occurs when one is concentrating on a main task so that detecting an unanticipated object or change in one’s environment is missed. This interprofessional webinar discusses inattentional blindness in the context of the healthcare team.
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Nurses have a vital role in improving the quality, accessibility, and healthcare across the continuum of care. Nurses serving in primary care roles can expand access to care, educate people about health risks, promote healthy lifestyles and behaviors to prevent disease. This module showcases how nurses can lead change and advance health.
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Future of Nursing Report: What We’ve Achieved So Far
60194
The goal of this course is to provide you with information that will enhance your professional development. After studying the information presented, you will be able to discuss three ways in which you can improve your performance, describe how you can apply three areas of professional development to your practice and discuss how one course will particularly influence your professional practice.
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The Professional Development CE Anthology, 2019 Edition
60275
Developing Your Leadership Potential
60106
A key message from the “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” report is the that nurses become full partners with physicians and other healthcare professionals to redesign the U.S. healthcare system. This activity will provide practical strategies to help you develop your personal plan for developing your leadership potential regardless of your chosen career path.
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