Nursing: Kansas Nursing CE Requirements Package — 30 Contact Hours

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Save 80% on individual course prices with this convenient package of courses to fulfill your Kansas Nursing CE requirements.

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  • Diabetes Mellitus: A Life-Changing Disease - N20089 - 5HRS

    Course expiration date: 11/8/2021


    Approximately 30.3 million people of all ages in the UnitedStates had diabetes in 2015;  this figureincludes 30.2 million adults 18 years of age and older. However, 7.2 million ofthese people were not aware of or did not report having the disease (Centersfor Disease Control and Prevention, 2018a). According to the World HealthOrganization (WHO) (2017), the number of people with diabetes throughout theworld has increased from 108 million people in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. Clearly,diabetes is a significant health problem in the United States and throughoutthe world. It is imperative that the health care community take aggressivesteps to reduce the number of Americans who have the disease as well asproviding more effective treatment so that persons with diabetes can enjoytheir maximum quality of life. This education program presents information onboth the impact of the disease and how to provide effective nursing care tothose affected.

  • End-of-Life Care, 2nd Edition - N23208 - 5HRS
    Course release date: 11/9/2018
    Course expiration date: 11/30/2021

    This course presents essential information for nurses providing palliative and hospice care to seriously ill and dying patients and their families. Content on advanced care planning helps nurses become better communicators with patients and fosters a better understanding of the different settings and eligibility requirements for palliative and hospice care. Misconceptions and barriers to providing end-of-life care are also discussed.
  • Infection Control: Front and Center - N24933 - 8HRS
    Course expiration date: 4/23/2022

    This course focuses on helping nurses increase their knowledge of infection control practices and to use that knowledge to improve patient care and decrease infection incidence.
  • Obesity and Eating Disorders: Challenges for Care - N24926 - 7HRS
    Course expiration date: 5/9/2022 

    Eating disorders and obesity are problems nurses confront on a regular basis. This course provides current information about the disorders, triggers, and strategies to help clients recover from eating disorders and overcome obesity and achieve and maintain a normal weight for their height and age.
  • Prescription Medication Abuse: Scope, Prevention, and Management, 2nd Edition - N29235 - 5HRS
    Course release date: 11/1/2018
    Course expiration: 10/1/2021

    The information presented in this course is applicable to all nurses, regardless of their practice setting or scope of practice, and defines the scope of the problem of prescription medication abuse. Nurses are positioned to mitigate this growing problem by identifying the most commonly abused medications, risk factors for substance use disorders, and methods of acquisition of these medications. 
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Kansas Nursing CE Requirements Package — 30 Contact Hours

29.95
Save 80% on individual course prices with this convenient package of courses to fulfill your Kansas Nursing CE requirements.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Diabetes Mellitus: A Life-Changing Disease - N20089 - 5HRS

    Course expiration date: 11/8/2021


    Approximately 30.3 million people of all ages in the UnitedStates had diabetes in 2015;  this figureincludes 30.2 million adults 18 years of age and older. However, 7.2 million ofthese people were not aware of or did not report having the disease (Centersfor Disease Control and Prevention, 2018a). According to the World HealthOrganization (WHO) (2017), the number of people with diabetes throughout theworld has increased from 108 million people in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. Clearly,diabetes is a significant health problem in the United States and throughoutthe world. It is imperative that the health care community take aggressivesteps to reduce the number of Americans who have the disease as well asproviding more effective treatment so that persons with diabetes can enjoytheir maximum quality of life. This education program presents information onboth the impact of the disease and how to provide effective nursing care tothose affected.

  • End-of-Life Care, 2nd Edition - N23208 - 5HRS
    Course release date: 11/9/2018
    Course expiration date: 11/30/2021

    This course presents essential information for nurses providing palliative and hospice care to seriously ill and dying patients and their families. Content on advanced care planning helps nurses become better communicators with patients and fosters a better understanding of the different settings and eligibility requirements for palliative and hospice care. Misconceptions and barriers to providing end-of-life care are also discussed.
  • Infection Control: Front and Center - N24933 - 8HRS
    Course expiration date: 4/23/2022

    This course focuses on helping nurses increase their knowledge of infection control practices and to use that knowledge to improve patient care and decrease infection incidence.
  • Obesity and Eating Disorders: Challenges for Care - N24926 - 7HRS
    Course expiration date: 5/9/2022 

    Eating disorders and obesity are problems nurses confront on a regular basis. This course provides current information about the disorders, triggers, and strategies to help clients recover from eating disorders and overcome obesity and achieve and maintain a normal weight for their height and age.
  • Prescription Medication Abuse: Scope, Prevention, and Management, 2nd Edition - N29235 - 5HRS
    Course release date: 11/1/2018
    Course expiration: 10/1/2021

    The information presented in this course is applicable to all nurses, regardless of their practice setting or scope of practice, and defines the scope of the problem of prescription medication abuse. Nurses are positioned to mitigate this growing problem by identifying the most commonly abused medications, risk factors for substance use disorders, and methods of acquisition of these medications.