CE Self Study

How to Earn Continuing Education Credit

  1. Read the Continuing Education Article online at https://www.nursingald.com/publications_archive/41 There is a CE in each issue of Nursing Voice.
  2. Complete the post test and evaluation either online or download a hard copy to mail. The link to the online post test and evaluation or hard copy test may be downloaded from each respective self-study. Test and evaluation must be completed by date indicated.
  3. Payment must accompany the post test and evaluation.
    ANA-Illinois members- $8.00
    Nonmembers- $15.00
  4. After the test is graded, the CE certificate will be emailed to you.

Achievement

To earn the designated contact hours of continuing education, you must achieve a score of 80%. If you do not pass the test, you may take it again at no additional charge. Certificates indicating successful completion of this offering will be emailed to you.

The planners and faculty have declared no conflict of interest.

Accreditation

Illinois Nurses Foundation is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation

Current Continuing Education Offerings

CE Self Study

  • Integrating Holistic Practices: A Guide for Nurses

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: June 1, 2026

    Learner Outcome:
    Learners will achieve an 80% on the post-test, indicating increased knowledge about medical modalities beyond traditional Western medicine.

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE June 2024 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT https://nurseempowerment.net/3x4IPab

     

  • Illinois Emergency Preparedness: Maintaining Preparedness through Multi-Region Mass Casualty Exercise

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: September 9, 2024

    Learner Outcome:
    80% of those reading the article and completing the post-test will self-report increased knowledge of the coordination between hospitals and agencies in response to a mass casualty incident.

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE SEPTEMBER 2022 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT
    https://bit.ly/3qegKGk

     

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