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CEUFast Nursing CE Courses Nursing CE Courses
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Neurology CE Credit Hours...Up to 290.5.
CE Credits Awarded by...American Nurses Credentialing CenterÕs Commission on Accreditation.
Cost...........$30 for unlimited access to all courses.
Instruction Type...Online Courses.
Formats...Online, Mobile
Target Audience...Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners, Athletic Trainers, Certified Nursing Assistants, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Dietetic Technicians, Dietitians, Electrologists, Home Health Aids, Licensed Practical Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Midwifes, Nursing Students, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Occupational Therapists, Pedorthists, Physical Therapists, Podiatric Physicians, Registered Nurses, and Respiratory Therapists.
Educational material continuously updated.
Topics covered by CEUFast Nursing CE Courses include:
Administration & Leadership, Ambulatory Care, Cardiology, Critical Care, Diabetes, Domestic Violence, Pediatrics and many more.
Key Features include:
• Progress tracker - tracks number of contact hours you have completed within a specific timer period.
• Unlimited Access - Pay $30 to get access to all courses.
• Seamless Experience - Learn on your computer, smarthphone, or tablet and never lose your place.

VItalSims Falls Prevention CE Falls Prevention CE
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Nursing ANCC contact hours...3.0.
CE Credits Awarded by....University of Minnesota College of Medicine. 
Cost.........$29.00 with $10 coupon code cmelist10.
Format...Online simulation.
Target Audience...Nurse practitioners, nurses.
Use innovative teaching methods in nursing education to stay ahead of the learning curve for patient safety with VItalSims Falls Prevention CE.
Level 1 Learning Objectives:
• Identify environmental risk factors that have the potential to cause patient falls
• Eliminate risks by intervening with appropriate interventions 
Level 2 Learning Objectives:
• Identify falls risk factors through a thorough screening of the Electronic Health Record
• Assess and identify potential falls risk factors and appropriate interventions

VItalSims Incontinence Associated Skin Damage Incontinence Associated Skin Damage CECE
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Nursing ANCC contact hours...2.0.
CE Credits Awarded by....University of Minnesota College of Medicine. 
Cost.........$29.00 with $10 coupon code cmelist10.
Format...Online simulation.
Target Audience...Nurse practitioners, nurses.
Vital Simulations has partnered with Hartmann, USA to create a new training program around Incontinence Associated Skin Damage (IASD). 
Using the VitalSims' avatar-based simulation engine, nurses and nursing aides can strengthen and reinforce their knowledge of incontinence-related skin issues in a long term care setting as well as gain an understanding of the use of a standardized assessment tool to facilitate communication around skin damage between healthcare professionals.
Level 1 Learning Objectives:
• IASD overview
• IASD.D2 skin assessment tool overview
• Communication for better resident care
• IASD.D2 tool application
• Knowledge assessment 
Level 2 Learning Objectives:
• IASD risk factors overview
• Negative consequences of IASD
• Pressure Ulcers vs. IASD
• IASD.D2 tool application part two
• Knowledge assessment

VitalSims Pressure Ulcers CEPressure Ulcers CE
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Nursing ANCC contact hours...1.0.
CE Credits Awarded by....University of Minnesota College of Medicine. 
Cost.........$29.00 with $10 coupon code cmelist10.
Format...Online simulation.
Target Audience...Nurse practitioners, nurses.
Use innovative teaching methods in nursing education to stay ahead of the learning curve for patient safety around Pressure Ulcers with VitalSims Pressure Ulcers CE!
Level 1 Learning Objectives:
• Identify pressure ulcer risk factors utilizing a pressure ulcer risk assessment tool (Braden Scale for Predicting Pressure Sore Risk)
• Identify early signs of pressure ulcer development
Differentiate between the following types of pressure related skin damage
• Erythema
• Dark discoloration
• Serious Clear Blister
• Blood Blister
• Pressure related Open Wound
• Rash, and others
• Document findings from skin inspection in the patient EHR
• Document findings from pressure ulcer risk assessment in the EHR 
Level 2 Learning Objectives:
• Demonstrate interventions to minimize or eliminate the effects of Impaired  Sensory Perception, Mobility, Activity, Moisture, Medical Devices and more
• Provide patient and family education related to following pressure ulcer prevention topics:
• Risk Factors
• Skin Inspection Findings
• Interventions
• Rationale for Recommended Interventions to Reduce or Eliminate Pressure Ulcer Risk Factors
• Prepare patient for proper pressure ulcer prevention prior to hand off