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3-PARRT (Providers Assessing Risk and Responding to Trafficking)

The 3-PARRT modules guide health care providers in overcoming an educational gap to help end child trafficking. NAPNAP Partners for Vulnerable Youth is committed to working with educators to improve awareness of trafficking among all health care providers. Up to 87 percent of human trafficking victims have encountered a health care professional without being identified.

Now is your chance to learn about human trafficking, especially related to children, adolescents and teens, so you are ready to help a victim in your practice setting. Don’t be fooled – trafficking happens in every state and every community.

Enter code ENA3PARRT at checkout to save 10%!

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Apex EMS MI Rule Visions®

12-lead ECG interpretation template with clear overlay and 3D waveforms. Fits EMS 4” ECG paper and includes essential reference information.

The solution to 12-lead confusion, get yours today!

Also available with EMS ECG Kit

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Apex MI Rule Visions®

Years ago, a computer generated 12-lead ECG interpretation for a female in her early 40's, (in no apparent distress as she read a magazine), reported “Normal Sinus Rhythm”, when the patient was actually having an MI!

Realizing the computer-generated interpretation is only as accurate as the human who programmed it, the MI Rule to improve understanding was born. "Trialed at an AMI course, it was a hit, as everyone said it turned the light bulb on and they finally understood."

Studied, proven, and published, MI Rule Visions® makes understanding and recognition of STEMI on the 12-lead ECG simple!  Includes clear overlay, 3D waveforms, and essential current guidelines and reference information.

You too can easily understand STEMI on a 12-lead ECG!  Get yours today!

Also available with Practice ECG Kit

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Apex MI Rule® 15/18

Once a 12-lead ECG is completed, the 15-lead ECG takes a better look at the heart posteriorly (for a posterior infarct). 

And after a 12-lead ECG is completed, an 18-lead ECG takes a better look at the right side of the heart (for a right-sided infarct).  

MI Rule 15/18 Includes guidelines for obtaining these tracings, suggested treatment pathways for RV infarcts, and other references.

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Be-SAFE©, An Educational Intervention for ED Nurses Responding to Opioid Overdoses iBook

Responding to opioid overdoses outside the traditional walls of the emergency department place the nurse and the patient/victim at an increased risk for injury. ENA, in partnership with Tri-Health and the University of Cincinnati, developed Be-SAFE©, An Educational Intervention for ED Nurses Responding to Opioid Overdoses iBook. Download your free copy today. iBook only available on Apple devices.

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Emergency Nursing Certification Review

Interactive learning that engages and gives an in-depth review of emergency patient care. Includes 17 lessons, post-test in each lesson, two 3-hour exams, and incorporates fast facts and memory tips to help you learn information that may be important for the exam.

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Emergency Nursing Orientation Online Course

Forty-five lessons that cover topics from triage to patient assessment to end-of-life care, full range of medical and trauma emergencies, and features that highlight key content, including Age-Specific Considerations and What's the Evidence?

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Emergency Nursing Triage

Helps prepare nurses to effectively, competently, and efficiently triage patients as they present to the emergency department. The course presents triage concepts and helps the learner apply these concepts to practice. The course serves as a foundation from which a nurse can learn the principles of performing triage for any patient who presents to any ED.

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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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Heart Failure – Comprehensive™

Heart Failure - Comprehensive™ is comprised of six levels of online education using realistic media and interactivity to bring the educational experience to life!

This comprehensive, guideline-based series provides your nurses, physicians and advanced healthcare practitioners with critical, high-level content to increase knowledge and promote optimal patient outcomes for patients with heart failure.

Heart Failure - Comprehensive™ explores this complex, progressive, clinical syndrome, with courses covering heart failure basics, hemodynamics, guideline-directed evaluation and management, patient transitions, and excellence in care. This heart failure education is a key element of any comprehensive continuing education program.

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Heart Failure Focused

Heart Failure-Focused™ is a 3-level competency series that offers just the right amount of information for the direct-care clinician to provide safe, high quality care.  This remarkable program helps your organization get accredited and stay accredited!

This amazingly graphic and interactive series is a spin-off of Comprehensive® Heart Failure Competency Series (formerly Transitions®) but includes only essential information and is less time intensive!

The information in this program emphasizes the progressive nature of heart failure, with a focus on clinical profiles, assessment, guideline-directed management, contributors to exacerbation, and patient transitioning to the next level of care.

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Hemispheres 2.0® Stroke Competency Series

Hemispheres 2.0® Stroke Competency Series helps to improve stroke-focused neurological knowledge and competency for professionals working in the emergency department, stroke unit, intensive care, private practice, or for students.

Based on current best practice guidelines for stroke care, this amazingly interactive and engaging online education includes in-depth anatomy and pathophysiology, recognition of and interventions for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, imaging basics, endovascular procedures, reperfusion syndrome, excellence in stroke care, and much more!

These seven comprehensive courses will help you meet the educational requirements for Stroke Center Certification or Accreditation and help clinicians expand their knowledge and sharpen their skills. Hemispheres 2.0® Stroke Competency Series also includes NIH Stroke Scale training and certification, free as part of this offering. 

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IAFN Pediatric Strangulation Case Review and Assessment

IAFN Pediatric Strangulation Case Review and Assessment is an accredited e-learning module developed by the International Association of Forensic Nurses. It contains 29 cases of living pediatric strangulation patients evaluated and treated in the medical setting, presented in conjunction with evidence-based knowledge on pediatric strangulation evaluation and treatment.

Assess your knowledge acquisition through review of:

  • Definitions and terminology
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Manner and associated signs & symptoms
  • CNE accredited: 20 credits
  • CME accredited: 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Expand your knowledge, build your skills, and refine your technique in the evaluation and management of pediatric strangulation.

Enter code ENAmember2019 at checkout to receive a 20% discount!

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imPULSE 2.0® ECG and Chest Pain Competency Series

imPULSE 2.0® is the ONLY online chest pain and ECG competency series meeting all key educational elements required for accreditation by the American College of Cardiology Accreditation Services (ACC).

This must-have education is designed for all levels of staff, from nurses to monitor techs to physicians, using 3D animations, amazing graphics and interactivity to engage the learner and increase understanding.

imPULSE 2.0® provides six levels of education such as, anatomy and physiology, electrocardiograms, rhythms, ACS, 12-lead ECGs, and advanced situations. It also includes a reference library of ECGs and free access to the early heart attack care (EHAC) course for non-clinicians.

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Pediatric Emergency Nursing Certification Review

Nineteen lessons that cover an in-depth review of emergency pediatric patient care. It includes a post-test in each lesson with answers and rationales to reinforce learning, and two 175-question practice exams constructed according to the CPEN exam blueprint, simulating the actual testing experience.

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Responder® STEMI Recognition

Rapid recognition of STEMI (ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction) on a 12-lead ECG, intervening appropriately, and rapidly transporting to the appropriate hospital, are all essential skills for first responders.

Responder® easily integrates into orientation programs, annual competencies, and continuing education offerings to improve knowledge and competency in the assessment and accurate recognition of ACS (acute coronary syndromes) and STEMI.

Responder® is a single course for EMS, presenting critical prehospital decisions and timely management based on best-practice guidelines. The course will help with ECG interpretation and is filled with practice drills to support excellence in STEMI recognition.

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Sepsis for Emergency Nurses

In 2018, Relias announced a new partnership with the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA). We are excited to release the collaboration’s first course, Sepsis for Emergency Nurses. Recognizing sepsis’ impact on hospitals, the new module was designed for RNs to identify, treat, and defeat sepsis and reduce risk for hospital-acquired infections.

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Sepsis: A Systemic Response™ Competency Series

Sepsis is a huge challenge for hospitals across the United States because it negatively affects patient morbidity and mortality, and raises hospital costs.

Sepsis™ - A Systemic Response™ is a 4-level online competency series that delivers exciting, relevant content reinforcing your hospital’s sepsis program, educating staff to improve outcomes, and ensuring everyone is sepsis-knowledgeable and sepsis-competent.

Because all ancillary and professional staff must be trained to recognize sepsis and respond appropriately, the first level provides a basic overview for all hospital staff. The three subsequent levels are for nurses and other healthcare professionals to gain a deeper understanding of sepsis and septic shock.

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