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Obstacles for healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic have quickly added up. In addition to the absence of an effective treatment or vaccine, there's limited ability to test for the virus and a diminishing supply of personal protective equipment. That’s why we’re providing you with the following free education resources to assist wherever we can during this difficult time.

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Take our free COVID-19 course

Infection control measures are critical to reducing the spread of COVID-19. Learn about the challenges you face with this pandemic, as well as solutions that are available now or are in the works, with our free COVID-19 continuing education module.

International travel: A guide for traveling healthy

International travel has become a way of life for many people. Education, counseling and proper immunization are the best ways to ensure a safe and healthy trip, and to prevent international spread of disease. Nurses are in key positions to help patients assess risk associated with travel. This course will educate you about the disease risks abroad and prevention methods.

Upper respiratory infection telephone triage

More than 200 viruses are known to cause upper respiratory infections. URIs are among the most common reasons people turn to physicians or after-hours telephone nurse triage. This course provides you with information about performing telephone triage for URIs among adult and pediatric populations.

COVID-19 content from our blog

Nurses need leaders who advocate for them

Whether you're a staff nurse or nurse leader, you’re probably worried about how the coronavirus pandemic is unfolding. But a top priority for nurse leaders must be supporting the needs and safety of their staff.

Recognition is especially meaningful right now

The nursing world has shifted attention from the Year of the Nurse and Midwife to the COVID-19 pandemic. But who could have imagined the critical importance of nurses would be brought into focus by the COVID-19 pandemic?

Nine surprising consequences of COVID-19

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses have been at the forefront of care. That is what the public tends to expect from nursing professionals. But many developments have shocked us all. Here are 9 unexpected twists that COVID-19 has taken — so far.

Know more. Get better. Access additional COVID-19 resources you can trust

Relias preparedness and prevention training courses

Our parent company offers a free online toolkit to help you prepare for and prevent the spread of infection. Among its resources are seven free continuing education courses, webinars, online publications and articles to keep you current.

World Health Organization coronavirus module

The World Health Organization has created a quick, animated overview of the novel coronavirus that covers the origination of the virus along with transmission and prevention details.

CDC coronavirus information

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides updated information and resources on this page as it becomes available.

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