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LPNs: There are new state licensure regulations that affect you. Every LPN who graduated before May 2016 or has not successfully completed the LPNC course must complete an approved 8-hour didactic course on IV therapy by August 2022. RNs are welcome to take this class, too.
This 8-hour course meets the didactic portion of the new requirement for all LPNs with a well-rounded review of IV therapy. Topics covered will be legal aspects of IV therapy, peripheral IVs and central lines. You can work at your own pace and at times which fit into your schedule.
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LPNs: here are new state licensure regulations that affect you. Every LPN who graduated before May 2016 or has not successfully completed the LPNC course must complete an approved 8-hour didactic course on IV therapy by August 2022. RNs are welcome to take this class, too.
Prerequisite: You must take SCC Intravenous Therapy: Current Standards of Practice 1 course before or at the same time as this course or provide proof of completion of a similar course.
This 8-hour course includes both online and face-to-face components. Successful completion of this course will meet the IV therapy skills course requirement for LPNs who wish to practice IV therapy.
TYREDD (Drowsy Driving) by Matthew Uhles, MS, RST, RPSGT
OSA & Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation by Dr. Nancy Stewart, DO, MS
In-Hospital Sleep & Potential Sleep Disorders by Dr. Nancy Stewart, DO, MS
Infection Control & COVID-19 Safe Practices by Laura Linley, RST, RPSGT, Vice President of Clincial Operations
Ophthalmic Manifestations & Ocular Sequelae of Sleep Apnea by Dr. Shane Havens
The Rise of School Shootings by Amber Allen, BA, RST, RPSGT, CCSH, Program Coordinator
PAP Titration Guidelines: PAP vs Bilevel & PAP vs ASV vs NPPS by Amber Allen, BA, RST, RPSGT, CCSH, Program Coordinator
CSTE program application has been submitted for approval by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists. 7.0 contact hours. Participants must attend the entire workshop to receive credit.
NURSES! Nebraska requires 20 hours of continuing education for the purposes of licensure renewal. Ten of the 20 hours must be provided by an approved provider of nursing education (peer reviewed). This is a non‑peer reviewed program and can be used towards licensure renewal.
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This intensive one-day course is designed for nurses who care for patients in the immediate post-operative period.
We will discuss the different types of anesthesia, including conscious sedation, expected outcomes, nursing care, and possible complications of each type. The course also will include the nurse’s role in managing a patient’s airway in the post-anesthesia period, nursing implications and common post-op complications that may be encountered.
Legal implications that need to be considered in PACU and criteria for discharging patients will be covered.
Special considerations for managing the pediatric patient during the immediate post-op period will be discussed as well as caring for the anesthetized patient in the ambulatory setting.
Instructors: LuAnn Ebke , RN, BA, CPAN, is the Assistant Nurse Manager at PACU Bryan Health, Lincoln, and Nancy Gondringer, EdD, CRNA, has many years of experience in surgical services. LuAnn and Nancy have teamed up to teach this course for several years. They share their vast expertise with participants, which makes this course a great learning experience.
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Southeast Community College can help you renew your nursing career with our RN/LPN Refresher course. This course is designed to reinstate or reactivate your license, and meets the requirements for a refresher course as outlined by the Nebraska Board of Nursing.
Developed to update the nurse’s knowledge and clinical skills required for the delivery of professional nursing care in today’s health care system, this course provides interactive learning experiences that enable you to expand knowledge and skills as you prepare for reentry into nursing practice.This course consists of 60 contact hours of online learning, including 90 hours of skills/lab and clinical are required.
This course will run approximately 16 weeks. To use this course to reinstate your nursing license, you must successfully complete the lecture, lab and clinical portions of the course. This course will include the mandatory 8‑hour IV training that all LPNs are required.
Presented by Southeast Community College Continuing Education and Nebraska WIC Association (NEWA)
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The Trauma Nursing Core Course, developed by the Emergency Nurses Association, is designed for registered nurses who have at least six months of clincial nursing experience in an emergency care setting. Other health care professionals may audit the course.Trauma nursing, as a discipline, refers to the process and content of the various roles nurses have in the care of the trauma patient. The purpose of TNCC is to present knowledge, refine skills and build a firm foundation in trauma nursing. The Trauma Nursing Core Course consists of a combination of lecture time and skills stations.
Course Director: Jodi DeWitt, RN BAN, has more than 15 years of experience as a nurse. Jodi has worked at various critical care area hospitals and emergency rooms in Nebraska. She is a member of the Emergency Room Nurses Association. She is a certified instructor for ACLS, TNCC and PALS.
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Join us for the 2020 version of What’s New in the World of Drugs with Dr. Ally. The program will enhance your Pharmacotherapy knowledge and clinical decisions related to the use of the latest drugs. Included will be new drug entities and precautions, the latest vaccine information as well as an update on the Nebraska prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
Presenter: Ally Dering-Anderson, BA, PharmD, RP, is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Pharmacy practice at the University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy. Dr. Ally travels nationally and internationally.
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