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Organ and Tissue Donation What Every Nurse Needs to Know

Learn the processes for identifying organ donors and obtaining consent, maintaining, recovering, and allocating organs and tissue.

2 CEUs

Introduction to Legal Nurse Consulting

Ready to earn $125-$300 per hour as a Legal Nurse Consultant? Utilize your expertise to review medical records in legal cases. Find more freedom, extra income, and a brighter future! Get on the path to success with this detailed introduction workshop.

8 CEUs

Child Abuse by CEUFast

As a way to introduce our service we are making one of our most popular courses available for FREE. There is absolutely no obligation. Just register, review the course, and make at least 80% on the test to receive your FREE Certificate of Completion and Nursing CE credit.

1 CEUs

Free CEU by CEU-Hours

You can review our online catalog of CEU courses and when you see one that interests you. Simply click on the title to learn more about the course including teaching methods, learning objectives, target audience and more. The course details are available to anyone who has set up a free user account with CEU-Hours.com.

1 CEUs

Hepatitis C Among Homeless Individuals

A major public health problem in the United States and worldwide, the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is the leading cause of death from liver disease and the principal indication for liver transplantation in the United States. This CEU course provides nurses with information on hepatitis C, focusing on epidemiology such as prevalence and shifting demographics; morbidity and mortality; HCV testing strategies; risk factors; counseling patients with hepatitis C; prevention; treatment and barriers to treatment; and interferon-free therapy.

1.00 CEUs

New Expert Witness Site

A new resource for expert witnesses, consultants, and legal support services.

0 CEUs

Legal Nurse Consulting Information

General information about becoming a Legal Nurse Consultant.

0 CEUs

How to Become a Legal Nurse Consultant

What to consider when considering a career as a Legal Nurse Consultant.

0 CEUs

Legal Nurse Consulting

Legal Nurse Consulting resources by author and practicing Legal Nurse Veronica Castellana.

0 CEUs

The Effect of a Teaching Hospital's Financial Crisis and Reorganization on a Group of Residents

Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was part of a statewide health care system that underwent a financial crisis and operational reorganization between 1998 and 2000. This study assessed internal medicine (IM) residents' perceptions of the effects of AGH's financial crisis on their residencies

0 CEUs

Experts and Consultants for Any Topic

Need an expert or consultant for a legal case are specialized topic? Easily find the ones you need with this great site.

0 CEUs

Psychiatric Experts

Resource for those with psychiatric expertise.

0 CEUs

Late Thrombosis After Double Versus Single Drug-Eluting Stent in the Treatment of Coronary Bifurcations

This study sought to hypothesize that the higher risk of myocardial infarction (MI) documented after a routine double drug-eluting stent (DES) strategy (DDS) compared with a single DES strategy (SDS) with provisional stenting in percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI) of bifurcation lesions is driven by an increased rate of DES thrombosis.

0 CEUs

Medical School Professor Lauded for Innovative Teaching Methods

Kenar D. Jhaveri, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and a member of the Division of Kidney Diseases and Hypertension at North Shore University Hospital and LIJ Medical Center, recently received the 2013 Miriam Friedman Ben-David Award for his work in developing innovative teaching tools to enhance medical education, including the use of crosswords and anagrams to teach nephrology.

0 CEUs

The Open Urology & Nephrology Journal

As the field nephrology is rapidly advancing, technological changes are changing the face of learning. Understanding how the current generation of “digital natives” learn and understand topics is vastly important. The current students and residents were born when computers and electronic gadgets were considered a part and parcel of their learning structures. The primary focus of this review is on the change in learning and teaching modalities in this digital age and how we foresee the future of nephrology education in a case based format.

0 CEUs