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Course Number 373
Title Prostate Cancer: Epidemiology, Diagnostic Evaluation & Treatment
Author Johannes W. Vieweg, M.D., F.A.C.S. & Folakemi T. Odedina, Ph.D., BSc.Pharm.
Hours 1.00
Course Number 385
Title Asthma-Friendly Childcare Center Training
Author Glenique Hampshire, RN, BSN & Monica Queeley, RN, BSN
Hours 1.00
ONLINE
Instructor: Glenique Hampshire, RN, BSN & Monica Queeley, RN, BSN  
Format: Audio/Video

Abstract: As a childcare provider, you have been entrusted by parents with their most valuable asset—their children.  You are already aware of the important role you play in the lives of the children you care for.  In addition to protecting a child’s safety, you also have the opportunity to improve their overall health and well-being.  For children with Asthma, an inflammatory lung disease, your role can be life saving!    

This training is meant to help you provide the best possible care for children with asthma.  You will learn about asthma and how to create an Asthma-Friendly Childcare Center.  Your efforts will pay off by helping to prevent asthma episodes, and by ensuring you are prepared when they do.

Target Audience:
Childcare practitioners, providers and administrators.

* Please note that although this course is not eligible for continuing education credit, you can receive a Certificate of Completion that is eligible for one childcare in-service training credit. 

 

 

This has been moved to our SPC website please register here: 100% Online Course - Register  Here!

 

* If you are an annual member please contact VsignsCE@spcollege.edu


$10.00

Course Number 706
Title Refresher Nursing Skills
Author Karen G. Ketchie RN, PMD
Hours 3.00
ONLINE
Instructor: Karen G. Ketchie RN, PMD  
Format: Audio/Video

 Continuing education credit for this course is provided free of charge for Florida Nurses by the Florida Department of Health.  Click here for more details.

CE approved for the following professions only: Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Midwife.

 

Abstract: As a result of the increasing demands on public health response to emergency preparedness issues, Public Health Nurses (PHN) are challenged with responding to a variety of incidents that affect public well-being. Due to the variety of response types such as sheltering, points of distribution for mass-vaccination and medical care settings, there are inherent challenges of response efforts and the roles/responsibilities of that response. This training program addresses nursing concerns regarding assessment and intervention skills that are not practiced on a routine basis, but may be utilized during an incident. 

The material in this course is based on the Refresher Nursing Skills Training Manual. This manual was designed and intended to provide the PHN with a brief systems review as well as targeted disease processes and injuries that may be encountered in a Special Needs Shelter..


This course is co-provided by the Florida Department of Health and St. Petersburg College.

Continuing education credit for this course is provided free of charge for Florida Nurses by the Florida Department of Health.  Click here for more details.

© 2013 St. Petersburg College.  All rights reserved.

 

This has been moved to our SPC website please register here: 100% Online Course - Register  Here!

 

* If you are an annual member please contact VsignsCE@spcollege.edu


$19.95

Course Number 708
Title Special Needs Shelter Operations & Management
Author Department of Health
Hours 3.00
ONLINE
Instructor: Department of Health  
Format: Audio/Video

Abstract:  A basic course for public health staff who may have a role in activation, operation, and deactivation of special needs shelters. The course includes information on sheltering roles of both the Division of emergency Management and Florida Department of Health, the definition of a special needs client, appropriate triaging, and individual roles and responsibilities of shelter staff. Training and educational needs for staffing shelters is identified and discussed.


This course is co-provided by the Florida Department of Health and St. Petersburg College.

Continuing education credit for this course is provided free of charge for Florida Nurses by the Florida Department of Health.  Click here for more details.

© 2013 St. Petersburg College.  All rights reserved.

This has been moved to our SPC website please register here: 100% Online Course - Register  Here!

 

* If you are an annual member please contact VsignsCE@spcollege.edu


$19.95


 
Please note that on each course home page, in the introductory material, there is a list of the professional disciplines cited under the field "Contact Hours will be awarded to...." If your discipline is included in this list, the course has been approved for your profession's continuing education credit. If your discipline is not listed, you may take the course for personal enrichment, but you will not receive CE for completing the course. No refunds will be issued for taking a course your discipline is not officially approved for.

 


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