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

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation

Current Continuing Education Offerings

CE Self Study

  • Self Advocacy Skills for Nurses: Dealing with Incivility, Bullying and Workplace Violence, Part II

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: 05/24/2021

    80% who complete the self-study will be able to describe the causes/effects of verbal violence/bullying, use effective strategies to respond to verbal violence and identify 1 or more resource to use.

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE JUNE 2019 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT https://www.nursingald.com/publications/1858

  • Self-Advocacy Skills for Nurses: Dealing with Incivility, Bullying and Workplace Violence, Part 1

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: 02/25/2021

    80% of those reading the article and completing the post-test will be able to describe the causes and effects of workplace violence, use effective strategies to respond to workplace violence and identify one or more resources to use to reduce violence in the workplace.

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE MARCH 2019 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT https://www.nursingald.com/publications/1816

  • RLAS & FIM Assessment for CMS Reimbursement

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: August 30, 2020

    80% of those reading the article and completing the post test will state they have an increased understanding of the appropriate use of the Rancho Los Amigos Scale and FIM Assessment in treating individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE SEPTEMBER 2018 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT https://www.nursingald.com/publications_archive/41

  • Illinois Nurse Practice Act: What’s New and Different in 2018?

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: June 15, 2020

    Attendees will be able to 1. identify the recent changes in the Illinois Nurse Practice Act that went into effect on January 1, 2018 and 2. Determine how these changes will impact their nursing practice and the nursing practice of LPNs, RNs, and APRNs in their workplace.

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE JUNE 2018 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT http://nursingald.com/publications_archive/41

  • Are Nursing Clinical Ladder Programs Worth the Cost?

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: March 10, 2020

    After reading the article, the nurse will be able to describe the basics of two clinical ladder models and how they assist recruitment and retention efforts.

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE MARCH 2018 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT http://nursingald.com/publications_archive/41

  • The Epidemic of Violence Against Nurses in the Hospital Setting

    Contact Hours: 1.0
    Expiration Date: December 1, 2019

    After reading the article, the nurse will be able to discuss the phenomenon of violence towards nurses and medical personnel in the clinical setting, identify causes, and present approaches that can assist in addressing the issue.

    ARTICLE CAN BE READ IN THE DECEMBER 2017 ISSUE OF THE NURSING VOICE AND ONLINE AT http://nursingald.com/publications_archive/41

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