Professional Continuing Education

For instructions on how to register and use this site to earn professional continuing education credit, click here.

Managing Chest Drainage

This continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with information about caring for patients with chest drainage. Our goal is for nurses to better understand the physiology and pathophysiology relating to conditions requiring chest drainage. Learning about the safe and effective use of chest drainage systems will allow registered nurses to provide high quality care for their patients to achieve optimal care outcomes.

Contact Hours: 2.0

Fee: $25    Waived through the generosity of an unrestricted educational grant from Atrium Medical Corporation

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Research Review 2013

This self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with a review of research on care of patients with conditions that require chest drainage that was published in 2013. Our goal with this quarterly newsletter is to make it easy for nurses to stay up-to-date so they can provide evidence-based care to their patients.

Contact Hours: 1.0

Fee: $20    Waived through the generosity of an unrestricted educational grant from Atrium Medical Corporation

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Suction or Gravity? Revisited

This self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with a review of research on whether patients with chest tubes following pulmonary resection should have the chest drain connected to suction. Our goal with this quarterly newsletter is to make it easy for nurses to stay up-to-date so they can provide evidence-based care to their patients.

Contact Hours: 1.0

Fee: $20    Waived through the generosity of an unrestricted educational grant from Atrium Medical Corporation

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Medical Adhesive Safety

This self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with a review of new guidelines for reducing the risk of medical adhesive-related skin injury. Our goal with this quarterly newsletter is to make it easy for nurses to stay up-to-date so they can provide evidence-based care to their patients.

Contact Hours: 1.0

Fee: $20    Waived through the generosity of an unrestricted educational grant from Atrium Medical Corporation

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Nurses Removing Chest Tubescoming_soon_transp

This self-paced continuing education activity is designed to provide registered nurses with a review of clinical practice issues related to nurses removing chest tubes. Our goal with this quarterly newsletter is to make it easy for nurses to stay up-to-date so they can provide evidence-based care to their patients.

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