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Behavioral Health Education Bundle

Non-Member Price: $112.00 / Member Price: $89.60

Every day, people with behavioral health conditions seek help, but have nowhere to turn except their local emergency department (ED). The Behavioral Health Education Bundle includes ENA's most pertinent education resources and tools nurses need to help better manage and improve care for the Behavioral Health patient population.

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Handling Psychiatric Emergencies

Written by ENA in collaboration with members of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA), this course offers evidence-based continuing education to help nurses provide optimal care to patients experiencing psychiatric emergencies.

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Management of Pediatric Behavioral Health Disorders in the ED

Non-Member Price: $50/Member Price: $40

This one-hour, online course—a pediatric behavior health course specifically for ED nurses—can enhance your ability to quickly assess and treat young patients at the first point of contact in the ED. The seven-chapter course covers initial assessment, safety concerns, medical screening, rapport, and anxiety management for common school age and adolescent age patients.

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Managing Adult Behavioral Health

Non-Member Price: $62.50/Member Price: $50

The content prepares the emergency nurse to improve triage of psychiatric emergencies, conduct an appropriate mental health status exam, and identify and manage escalating symptoms during the patient’s ED visit. The course emphasizes best practice recommendations that focus on maintaining nurse and patient safety through better communication, patient engagement, de-escalation skills, violence prevention policies, and discharge and follow-up procedures.