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Free CEU for Nurses- The Importance of Sleep

nap timeThe Importance of Sleep
State the stages of sleep.
Discuss health problems associated with non-restful sleep.
Describe interventions to improve sleep.

1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses

Expires 5/28/17


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Tuberculosis 101- Free CEU for CNAs

tbTB 101 for Health Care Workers– sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Lesson 1: Describe what causes TB. Describe the global situation of TB. List three factors that have contributed to the global resurgence of TB. List continuing challenges to TB control in the United States.
Lesson 2: Explain how TB is spread. Explain how latent TB infection and TB disease develop. Explain the difference between latent TB infection and TB disease.
Lesson 3: Briefly explain the concept of targeted testing. List groups at high risk for infection with M. tuberculosis. List groups at high risk for progression to TB disease after infection with M. tuberculosis. List the methods that can be used to test for TB infection.
Lesson 4: List the five components of a medical evaluation for TB disease. List the five components of a TB bacteriological examination.
Lesson 5: Explain why latent TB infection is treated. Describe three treatment regimens for latent TB infection. List potential adverse reactions to the drugs used to treat latent TB infection.
Lesson 6: Briefly describe the preferred treatment regimen for TB disease. List adverse reactions to drugs used to treat TB disease.

1.0 Free CEUs for Certified Nursing Assistants

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Advanced Practice: Physicians & Nurse Practitioners

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Free Pharmacology Hours for Nurse Practitioners- Intrathecal Drug Delivery for Chronic Pain Managment

intrathecal pain mgtIntrathecal Drug Delivery for Chronic Pain – Selecting Patients and Optimizing Long-term Outcomes– Chronic pain affects an estimated 100 million adults in the United States. Because of the diversity of patient background and of chronic pain conditions, mechanisms, and clinical manifestations, a large population of patients is unable to achieve adequate pain relief or attainable functional goals. When patients are refractory to conventional medical management, intrathecal delivery of analgesics may provide certain advantages. Over the last 3 decades, the more than 300,000 patients who have received implanted pumps for a variety of indications have helped establish intrathecal therapy as a safe and effective method of drug delivery.  Two analgesic agents have been approved for intrathecal use by the US Food and Drug Administration: ziconotide and morphine. Nevertheless, intrathecal therapy may be underutilized owing to poor patient selection, safety concerns, and other systemic barriers. This Interactive Professor™ program will provide data and guidance on evaluating patients who are candidates for intrathecal drug delivery, initiating intrathecal therapy for chronic pain, and tailoring therapy to reflect ongoing monitoring.
Comprehensively evaluate patients with chronic pain who are candidates for intrathecal drug delivery.
Discuss the clinical profiles and prescribing considerations associated with intrathecally delivered analgesic medications, including ziconotide and morphine.
Initiate intrathecal therapy for chronic pain based on an individualized evaluation of potential benefits and risks, previous treatment responses, and an adequate therapeutic trial.
Tailor intrathecal drug therapy to reflect ongoing monitoring for efficacy and treatment-emergent adverse events.

0.5 Free CEUs for Nurse Practitioners which includes 0.5 Free Pharmacology Hours

This course also provides Free CEUs for Physicians and Pharmacists

Expires 5/6/16




This activity is supported by an educational grant from Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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Free CE for RT- Pain Management Series: Module 1 of 2 – The Problem of Pain

chronic painPain Management Module I: The Problem of Pain– State the definition of pain. Discuss barriers to care and misconceptions surrounding pain management. List three physiological complications to unrelieved and/or undertreated pain. Describe clinical assessment of pain.

1.0 Free CEUs for Respiratory Therapists

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Free CE for PT- Understanding the Complications, Medications, & Management of the Diabetic Patient

Diabetes-PicDiabetes and the Implications for the Physical Therapist– Diabetes occurs in 25 million people in this country; seven million people unaware that they have it. Complications of diabetes can be deadly, and proper diagnosis and management are crucial. Physical therapists in homecare, inpatient, and outpatient services will increasingly encounter patients with this disease. Proper understanding of complications, medications, and management is crucial in providing patient care.
1. Type 1 and type 2 diabetes: their definition and their differences.
2. Proper diagnosis of type 1 and type 2 diabetes and monitoring of patients.
3. Disease states associated with diabetes.
4. Diabetes medications and side effects, as well as non-drug therapy.
5. Safe performance of physical therapy to patients with diabetes.

3.0 Free CEUs for Physical Therapists


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Weight Loss & Low Calorie Sweeteners- Free CEUs for Pharmacists

Can Low Calorie Sweeteners Help with Weight Management?– Weight management is a perpetual hot topic in scientific circles and the media. When it comes to the role of low-calorie sweeteners, research appears to be mixed. Because research about the impact of low- and no-calorie sweeteners on appetite and food intake frequently appears in the news, healthcare professionals must understand the research to make science-based recommendations that help consumers achieve or maintain a healthy weight. This webinar will review the latest science on low-calorie sweeteners and their impact on diet, appetite and weight management and how clinicians can translate this science into practical applications for helping consumers manage their weight and overall health appropriately and effectively.
Identify factors that influence appetite, food intake and eating behavior in human beings that contribute to overweight and obesity.
Describe different no and low calorie sweeteners and their distinct features.
Evaluate results from studies on the impact of low calorie sweeteners on body weight based on study design.
Identify the diet and lifestyle behaviors of people who are regular users of low calorie sweeteners.
Inform patients about the role of low calorie sweeteners in the diet.

1.0 Free CEUs for Pharmacists

Free until 12/31/15

Gannet Education
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Free CEU for Nurses: Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy- A New Model for the Acute Care Setting

npwtA New Model for Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy in the Acute Care Setting
Differentiate mechanically powered negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT) and powered NPWT, in terms of wound selection and use in the acute care setting.
Discuss considerations of powered NPWT in the hospital.
Review cases studies for the use of MPNPWT in the inpatient setting.

1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses

Expires 5/22/16

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The Role of Timing in the Brain- Free AOTA CEUs for Occupational Therapists

brain and computer chipIntroduction to Clinical Application of IM– This informative presentation will challenge you to think about the effectiveness & efficiency of the services you provide to your patients and students. There are numerous peer-reviewed clinical studies that clarify the role of timing in the brain (or what is referred to as temporal processing) to a wide array of human cognitive & motor abilities in both children and adults, including attention/concentration, working memory, executive functions (planning, organizing, self-evaluating, self-control), cognitive processing and speed, speech production and auditory processing, language, reading, learning, and motor control/coordination. You will learn the importance of addressing underlying deficits in timing & rhythm to improve neural efficiency in order to accelerate and exceed expected outcomes. The Interactive Metronome is a patented intervention that improves timing in the brain & body. An overview of the clinical application of Interactive Metronome relevant to a variety of allied health and educational disciplines will be discussed.

1.0 Free AOTA CEUs for Occupational Therapists

This course also offers Free CEUs for Speech Therapists

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Remission in Major Depressive Disorder- Free CCMC CEUs for Case Managers

antidepressantRemission in MDD: What Does the Future Hold for Clinicians and Patients?
Although many antidepressants are available to treat major depressive disorder (MDD), as many as 70% of patients diagnosed with MDD do not reach remission even after receiving an adequate course of treatment. Remission is currently being redefined. The outcome measure that is generally reported in clinical trials “has been arbitrarily defined as a symptom reduction of 50% or greater from pretreatment in total symptom severity.” Yet, a response that does not achieve an asymptomatic remitted state “constitutes an unsatisfactory outcome in that it includes patients with ongoing, clinically significant disease activity. While symptomatic remission increases the probability for recovery in MDD. Available evidence indicates that the majority of individuals with MDD receiving guideline-concordant and measurement-based care do not achieve and sustain a fully remitted state with index antidepressant treatment.
This neuroscienceCME Live and On Demand will challenge clinicians to reinvent the future of MDD treatment which includes increased patient participation in the treatment process, measurement-based care and a re-definition of treatment to remission as improvement of all symptoms of MDD with functional recovery.
Assess symptom severity with a validated tool at each visit.
Initiate an evidence-based treatment plan that involves patient participation to address residual symptoms of depression.
Develop a long-term treatment plan with the patient focused on sustained remission and recovery.

1.5 Free CEUs for Case Managers

This course also offers Free CEUs for Physicians and Pharmacists

Expires 1/7/16

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Free Nursing CEUs- Improving Outcomes for Chronic Stable Angina

purple ekgQuality Matters: Strategies for Improving Outcomes in Angina Patient Populations– Chronic stable angina can significantly impair patients’ functional capacity and quality of life. The management of this condition is complicated among subpopulations of patients, including those with diabetes, heart failure, and poor control of blood pressure. In this previously recorded interactive Web conference expert faculty highlight essential considerations for making individualized, cost-effective treatment decisions for patients with angina in special subpopulations. In addition participants will learn about new practice guidelines, quality measures, and therapeutic approaches for ensuring optimal care for patients with chronic stable angina.
Interpret quality measures in coronary artery disease as well as treatment guidelines in angina to assess their role and impact in medication management protocols.
Compare and contrast current and emerging therapy for angina in subpopulations based upon desired outcomes.
Discuss strategies to improve communications with treaters related to clinical and quality outcomes of angina.

1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses

This course also offers Free CEUs for Physicians and Pharmacists

Expires 5/14/16

Sponsored by PRIME® through an educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.
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Free Sleep CEUs- Portable Sleep Studies

portable sleep studyPortable Sleep Studies– Recognize the differences in equipment set-up and information reported between portable sleep studies and in-laboratory polysomnography (PSG).
Identify indications and contraindications to ordering portable sleep testing.
Demonstrate an understanding about how portable sleep testing can underestimate the true extent of obstructive sleep apnea.

1.25 Free CEUs for Sleep Technologists

This course also offers Free CME for Physicians

Expires 5/19/17


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Free CPEUs for Registered Dieticians- Understanding Inactivity Physiology

couch potatoUnderstanding Inactivity Physiology– Inactivity physiology represents a paradigm shift for how we think about how lifestyle causes disease. Simply put, the inactivity physiology paradigm says that “too little exercise” is not the same as “too much sitting” (physical inactivity) and that too much sitting has very potent effects on the body contributing to the most common diseases. This course describes the exciting news emerging from the young and rapidly growing field of “inactivity physiology,” which is taking aim at improving health in a sedentary society and targeting some of the most common diseases caused by sedentary lifestyles.
Explain the basic tenets of the inactivity physiology paradigm, including why “too little exercise” is not the same as “too much sitting.”
Assess patient willingness, ability, and readiness to change physical activity behaviors.
Review tools to help patients evolve from an inactive to an active lifestyle and meet the recommended physical activity guidelines.

1.0 Free CEUs for Registered Dieticians

Free until 12/31/15

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Free CEU for SLPs- Ventilator Basics

non-rt_iconVentilator Basics for the Non-Respiratory Therapist
Explain the closed position function of the Passy-Muir Valve.
Identify four commonly used modes of mechanical ventilation.
Describe the optimum ventilation modes for Passy-Muir in-line valve application.
Define ventilator terms, e.g., FiO2, VT, PIP and PEEP.

0.1 Free ASHA CEUs for Speech Therapists

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Free CEUs for Radiology Techs- Integrating Contrast-enhanced Digital Mammography into Clinical Practice

cedmContrast-enhanced Digital Mammography– In an era of high demand for breast screening exams, clinicians are continually looking for safe and effective breast cancer screening tools. This webinar will cover the history and technological components of contrast-enhanced digital mammography (CEDM), its potential uses, and impact on patients and clinical practice. Faculty will discuss the practicality of this adjunct modality, followed by case review.
Evaluate the role of contrast-enhanced digital mammography as an adjunct to full-field digital mammography for supplemental diagnostic breast imaging.
Identify the patient cohorts who may benefit from contrast-enhanced digital mammography.
Describe the educational and operation issues, as well as benefits and risks, of integrating CEDM into clinical practice.

1.0 Free ASRT CEUs for Radiologic Technicians

This course also offers Free CME for Physicians

Expires 5/1/17


This activity is supported by an educational grant from HOLOGIC
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The Physiology of Pregnancy: An Overview- Free CEUs for Nurses

pregnantPregnancy: Physiologic Changes and Laboratory Values– Describe normal and abnormal physiologic changes of pregnancy.
Identify laboratory results for normal and abnormal physiologic changes during pregnancy.

1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses
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Treating HIV: Key Updates to National Guidelines- Free CEUs for Medical Professionals

Advances in the Treatment of HIV Infection
Describe key updates to national HIV guidelines for initial treatment, use of co-formulations, monitoring treatment responses, and switching antiretroviral therapies.
Differentiate the effectiveness of treatment options in HIV and their role in optimizing efficacy, safety, and adherence in HIV-infected patients.

1.0 Free CEUs for Pharmacists

This course also offers Free CEUs for Physicians, Nurse Practitioners (0.5 Hours of Pharmacology awarded), PAs, Nurses, Case Managers, and Medical Assistants

Expires 5/4/16


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4 Free Nursing CEUs- Pharmacology Basics

mortar and pestlePharmacology Basics– This course will describe the basic principles of pharmacology, pharmacokinetic processes including absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion, as well as several drug classes and some of the commonly seen drugs within those classes.
The participant will be familiar with the role of receptors related to medications.
The participant will identify the four components of pharmacokinetics.
The participant will be familiar with how medications are classified.
The participant will identify some medications from some commonly seen classifications, as well as their actions, uses, adverse reactions and side effects, contraindications, and implications.

4.0 Free ANCC CEUs for Nurses

This course also offers Free CEUs for Nurse Practitioners and Medical Assistants

Expires 2/25/16 

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