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  • Contains 1 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 05/18/2022 at 6:00 PM (CDT)

    This two-day inaugural live conference, designed specifically for nurses working across the emergency spectrum, will deliver highly engaging and inspiring, rapid-paced clinical and leadership focused sessions to advance your knowledge while earning CEs. You won’t want to miss the fun and energizing opening reception, which will include the opportunity to network with your colleagues and friends. In addition, you will be able to explore new products and services with a hand-picked group of vendors. BCEN’s annual Certibration: Certification Recognition Breakfast will also be returning! Prepare to be inspired by a high-energy keynote speaker with his “rock-the-house” performance. A newly designed, coveted BCEN mug will be featured at the breakfast. This event is included in your conference fee. You need not be certified to attend the conference or the breakfast. Join us at Perdido Beach Resort, in Orange Beach, AL for an opportunity to Celebrate, Educate, Recognize and Transform the world of emergency nursing as you continue through your educational journey. This conference will be available, for purchase, 30 days post conference.

    This two-day inaugural live conference, designed specifically for nurses working across the emergency spectrum, will deliver highly engaging and inspiring, rapid-paced clinical and leadership focused sessions to advance your knowledge while earning CEs. You won’t want to miss the fun and energizing opening reception, which will include the opportunity to network with your colleagues and friends. In addition, you will be able to explore new products and services with a hand-picked group of vendors.

    BCEN’s annual Certibration: Certification Recognition Breakfast will also be returning! Prepare to be inspired by a high-energy keynote speaker with his “rock-the-house” performance. A newly designed, coveted BCEN mug will be featured at the breakfast. This event is included in your conference fee.

    You need not be certified to attend the conference or the breakfast.

    Join us at Perdido Beach Resort, in Orange Beach, AL for an opportunity to Celebrate, Educate, Recognize and Transform the world of emergency nursing as you continue through your educational journey.

    This conference will be available, for purchase, 30 days post conference.

    May 18, 2022 (Wednesday) 

    3:00 PM - 7:00 PM – Registration 

    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Welcome reception outdoors 

    May 19, 2022 (Thursday) 

    6:15AM - 6:45AM – Yoga 

    7:00 AM – Registration/Vendors/Networking 

    7:30AM – 9:30AM – Certification Breakfast 

    9:00 AM - 9:30 AM – Break/Vendors/Networking 

    9:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Presentation Sessions 

    11:45 – Break/Vendors/Networking 

    12:00 – 1PM – Lunch/Vendors/Networking 

    1:00 PM – 3:00 PM – Presentation Sessions 

    3:00-3:30 – Break/Vendors/Networking 

    3:30 PM – 4:40 PM – Presentation Sessions 

    4:40 PM - 5:00 PM – Wrap up/Comments/Closing Statements for the Day 



    May 20, 2022 (Friday) 

    7:00 AM – 8:00 AM – Certification Breakfast 

    8:15 AM – 10:05 PM – Presentation Sessions 

    10:20 AM – 11:35 PM – Presentation Sessions 

    11:35 AM – 11:50 AM  Wrap up/Comments/Closing Statements for the Conference

    Sorayah Bourenane

    MSN, RN, CEN, CNL

    Sorayah Bourenane is an emergency oncologic clinical nurse leader from Houston, Texas. Named as one of the Emergency Nurse’s Association’s 20 under 40, Sorayah has an energetic enthusiasm for inspiring nurses and educating on the needs of patients suffering from a number of oncologic diseases. .

    Hollye Briggs

    BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN

    Hollye Briggs has worked in emergency medicine for 13 years, working in multiple staff and leadership roles. She holds three BCEN certifications and is passionate about education, certification and professional development. 

    Gina Carbino

    BSN, RN, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN, SANE-A

    Most of Gina's professional background has been spent clinically practicing at the bedside in critical care and emergency nursing. She lectures at professional conferences at a national level and has accepted national awards from the Emergency Nurses Association, International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN), and the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN). She holds multiple certifications from the BCEN, IAFN, and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. 

    Lori Chiappetta

    MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, CNML

    Lori Chiappetta is currently the manager of an adult ICU and a cardiac tele unit, her primary clinical area(s) of expertise are emergency and trauma nursing. She has spent >span class="NormalTextRun SCXW234947471 BCX0"> her career working in Level 1 trauma centers. Lori's uses her passion for education and making connections to all areas of her work.

    Michael Dexter

    MSN, RN, NREMT, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN, CCRN

    Michael Dexter is the Director of Professional Development at the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing. Having worked emergency, transport, and cardiac care areas, Michael uses his experiences to tie clinical conditions together across the entire emergency care spectrum.

    Brody Eick

    MBA, BSN, CEN, TCRN, CCRN

    Brody Eick has spent his career working in trauma, critical care, and emergency medicine at the bedside and in supervisory roles. HIs passion is resuscitative medicine and he strives to expand the knowledge and skills of nurses around him related to new advances in his fields.

    Abigail Finetti

    BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN

    Abigail Finetti is a registered nurse with 17 years' experience in frontier Oregon (fewer than six people per square mile); while her main focus is trauma and emergency nursing (with an emphasis on pediatrics), providing quality care to her community has become her true passion. An advocate for the rural/frontier area in which she chose to raise her family, Abigail sees rural nurses as unique like no other. 

    Shari Flores

    DNP, MSN-ed, MBA, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN

    Shari Flores is a Clinical Specialist in Emergency Medicine for Common Spirit Health Care. Shari is a mom of 7 kids, 3 dogs and a turtle, little league coach, wife to a hunky hubby and wine sipping kinda chick. 

    Casey Green

    BSN, RN, NRP, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN, CCRN-CMC

    Casey Green is a nurse in the Pediatric Cardiac ICU at Johns Hopkins Hospital, a critical care transport nurse, and a nursing clinical instructor. Before the PCICU, Casey worked in emergency departments across Baltimore City and Maryland, where she saw firsthand how a little compassion can go a long way for patients and staff. 

    Austin Johnson

    BSN, RN, EMT-P, C-NPT, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN, CCRN

    Austin Johnson is the Emergency Workforce Development Clinician for Broward College, providing Emergency Nursing education to nurses in the Broward County hospital systems. Austin is an advocate for nursing specialty certification and a mentor for nurses with goals of advancing their knowledge and skill base. 

    Stephanie Klavohn

    MBA, MS, BSN, RN, CEN, TCRN

    Stephanie Klavohn is the Owner of Pride Nursing Education, LLC. Working as an emergency department nurse, trauma coordinator, clinical educator, and nursing education specialist, Stephanie created Pride Nursing Education, LLC to support nurses through effective and quality eLearning education. 

    Lorie Ledford

    MSN, RN, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN, CCRN

    Lorie Ledford is a flight nurse in Arizona. She has over 30 years of experience in ICU, ED, Trauma and flight nursingLorie has worked as a clinical educator but loves bringing her talents to the patient at the bedside.  

    Sarah McLelland Mendoza

    MS, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, SANE-A

    Sarah McLelland is a Clinical Educator for the Emergency Department for Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans. After starting her career 22 years ago at Charity Hospital, she completed travel assignments in various hospitals across the country that provided valuable skills and experiences that she uses daily to develop her staff. 

    Edward Panacek

    MD, MPH

    Dr. Panacek is the Professor and Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of South Alabama and Director of the Level 1 University Hospital ED. He has won numerous teaching and research awards. And is also a featured physician on the "Untold Stories of the ER" TV show.

    Janie Schumaker

    MBA, BSN, RN CEN, CENP, CPHQ, FABC

    Janie Schumaker is the CEO of the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing, beginning her BCEN journey as a volunteer item writer in 2003. A strong advocate for professional certification and advancement in nursing leadership, Janie has made a significant contribution to nursing through her leadership, clinical expertise, and multiple board positions.

    Deborah Spann

    MSN, RN-BC, CEN, FAEN

    Deborah Spann is a Coordinator for the Louisiana Emergency Response Network. In this role she facilitates improved access to emergency care, provides education for clinicians at all levels, and works diligently to ensure that resources are best utilized to reduce morbidity and mortality due to trauma and time sensitive illness. 

    Stephanie Suzadail

    MSN, MA, RN, PHRN, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN

    Stephanie Suzadail is a flight nurse in Central Pennsylvania. She has been involved with emergency services for 16 years and holds all BCEN certifications in addition to her MSN in Forensic Nursing. 

    Chris Trosclair

    MD

    Dr. Chris Trosclair is a board certified emergency medicine physician and practicing intensivist in the northwest region of Louisiana. His unique clinical interests include the education and management of extracorporeal support and critical care transportation. Dr. Trosclair recognizes the integral link between emergency medicine and critical care practices leading to positive patient outcomes. 

    Allen Wolfe

    MSN, RN, CNS, APRN, CFRN, CCRN, CTRN, TCRN, CMTE

    Allen Wolfe is the Senior Director of Clinical Education at LifeLink III in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a Critical Care Clinical specialist with extensive experience in trauma resuscitation and ventricular assist devices (VADs). He is the author of multiple research articles and books. He is the co-editor of the Principle and Practice textbook, the industry's biggest-selling publication for air and ground clinicians. He has received the Katz-Mason (2007), the Community Service Award (2010), the Jordan award in 2009, the Barbara A. Hess award (2010), and in 2017 he received the prestigious Marriott-Carlson Lifetime Achievement Award. He was the president of ASTNA (2014) and sits on the Board of Certification for Emergency Nurses.  

    Provider approved by the California State Board of Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 11 continuing education credits

    Up to 11 in person CEs and 4 digital CEs will be added to your BCEN account once you attend the conference.

    This conference is -  Clinical & Non-Clinical / Accredited

    • Analyze the impact of professional development on the field of emergency nursing and patient outcomes
    • Identify critical clinical situations in which emergency nurses must adapt to time-sensitive patient needs
    • Collaborate with leading nurses from across the nation in a fun and impactful way while retaining important educational information

    100% refund of the purchase price will be provided up until 2 weeks before the conference start date of May 18, 2022. BCEN is unable to process refunds after May 4, 2022. Registration is non-transferable. Onsite registration during the conference is not available. 

    After registration you will receive a confirmation email with the next steps.

    • Additional information required for the conference (please fill this out ASAP)
    • Hotel reservation link (space is limited)

    If you do not receive a confirmation email once you register, please check your junk mail or spam folder.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 01/26/2022 at 12:00 PM (CST)

    This webinar will present the pros and cons to using various types of simulation to create a more immersive learning experience for your students. Levels of simulation will be reviewed and our with ED educators will briefly explain how they train their new graduate nurses up to their experienced staff using simulation. Multi-professional simulations also be will be discuss and we will end by looking the pros and cons of using 360 video and VR for training.

    This webinar will present the pros and cons to using various types of simulation to create a more immersive learning experience for your students.  Levels of simulation will be reviewed and our with ED educators will briefly explain how they train their new graduate nurses up to their experienced staff using simulation.  Multi-professional simulations also be will be discuss and we will end by looking the pros and cons of using 360 video and VR for training.

    Brett Dodd

    RN, MSN, CEN, CFRN, TCRN, CPEN, CCRN, CHSE, CNML, CHSOS

    Brett Dodd is the Cedars Sinai Medical Center's Simulation Education Manager and an Education Coordinator for the Special Pathogens Response Team. He spent 6 years in the pre-hospital environment and has been a Nurse for 20 years. His background is emergency and flight medicine, disaster management, trauma, critical care, and education.  In his current role, he coordinates, develops, and uses simulation to create highly immersive multidisciplinary educational programs.

    Provider approved by the California State Board of Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 continuing education credit

    This course is - Non-Clinical / Accredited

    1. Discuss the role of simulation in training Emergency Department clinicians.
    2. Discuss various options for simulation.
    3. Name two advantages to using 360 simulations.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Take a moment in your crazy holiday schedule to grow forward in knowledge on the injuries of winter. High velocity winter sports impact on our emergency departments is "snot" so funny. You will learn about the physics of high velocity sports, injury patterns and prevention.

    Take a moment in your crazy holiday schedule to grow forward in knowledge on the injuries of winter.  High velocity winter sports impact on our emergency departments is  "snot" so funny.  You will learn about the physics of high velocity sports, injury patterns and prevention.  

    Shari Flores

    MSN, MBA, RN, TCRN, CEN, CPEN

    Shari is currently a Clinical Education Specialist at Common Spirits St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ.  She is a doctoral student in Executive Leadership at Post University (Covid delayed graduation).  Shari holds an MSN in nursing education from Indiana Wesleyan, an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology and her undergrad is from the University of Minnesota

    Shari is a mom of 7 (2 biological and 5 bonus) ages ranging from 32 – 8years.   She was a single mom for a decade but, now married for the last year and a half.   

    Her career has been amazing with some of the highlights being a nurse for Yellowstone National Park, a travel nurse to many states and the US Virgin Islands, and she has completed medical missions helping girls in the sex trade in Cambodia. She also was the National Pediatric Chairwoman for the Emergency Nurses Association.  She has settled down now in the suburbs of Phoenix and coaches 11and under little league softball.  

    Provider approved by the California State Board of Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 continuing education credit

    This course is - Non-Clinical / Accredited

    Upon completion of the session the learner will: 


    1) Verbalize the benefits of oral consumption of nasal secretions
    2) Understand the delay in pupillary dilation in the pediatric patient head trauma patient
    3) Discuss the physics adaptations with helmet utilization
    4) State the impacts of blunt trauma 

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Abdominal pain can originate from a wide range of conditions. The pain can be from inflammation, obstructions, infections, and more. It is imperative for emergency department nurses to recognize various patient presentations to best anticipate pertinent diagnostics and necessary treatments

    Abdominal pain can originate from a wide range of conditions. The pain can be from inflammation, obstructions, infections, and more. It is imperative for emergency department nurses to recognize various patient presentations to best anticipate pertinent diagnostics and necessary treatments

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Recognize typical patient presentations in patients who present to the ED with abdominal pain.
    • Anticipate diagnostic and treatment regimens for patients who present to the ED with abdominal pain.
    • Apply knowledge gained in this course to future patients who present to the ED with abdominal pain.

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hour

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

    Medical

    For Practice Exams you have 90 days to complete the exam without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    For all other BCEN-Learn Products you have 12 months to complete without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    If you have started the course, it is considered open and cannot be returned.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Have you ever treated a patient diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism (PE)? As a nurse in the emergency department, it is important to understand that the care and treatment options for patients experiencing a PE have evolved over time. This course will expand upon the terms used and give insight into the typical patient presentations, diagnostics, and treatments required to rapidly treat patients suffering from an acute PE.

    Have you ever treated a patient diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism (PE)? As a nurse in the emergency department, it is important to understand that the care and treatment options for patients experiencing a PE have evolved over time. This course will expand upon the terms used and give insight into the typical patient presentations, diagnostics, and treatments required to rapidly treat patients suffering from an acute PE.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    Recognize the signs and symptoms of patients experiencing a pulmonary embolism

    Explain the differences between low, submassive, and massive pulmonary embolisms

    Identify the pulmonary embolism response team's impact on patient care outcomes related to the patient experiencing a pulmonary embolism

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hour

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

    Respiratory emergencies


    For Practice Exams you have 90 days to complete the exam without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    For all other BCEN-Learn Products you have 12 months to complete without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    If you have started the course, it is considered open and cannot be returned.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Proper care and communication with all ED patients is vital to the well-being of each individual. In this course, we will discuss the best ways for the ED nurse to approach and care for the gender-diverse patient. Communication and assessment techniques will be discussed, including the importance of screening for depression, suicidal thoughts and suicidal ideations.

    Proper care and communication with all ED patients is vital to the well-being of each individual. In this course, we will discuss the best ways for the ED nurse to approach and care for the gender-diverse patient. Communication and assessment techniques will be discussed, including the importance of screening for depression, suicidal thoughts and suicidal ideations.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    Reflect on common terminology used in the gender-diverse population

    Explain effective communication techniques used when interacting with the gender-diverse patient

    Describe effective assessment and intervention approaches of the gender-diverse patient

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hour

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

    Professional Issues

    For Practice Exams you have 90 days to complete the exam without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    For all other BCEN-Learn Products you have 12 months to complete without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    If you have started the course, it is considered open and cannot be returned.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    If the human body was designed to fly, we would have been born with wings. Increases in altitude, noise and vibration with simultaneous decreases in atmospheric pressure, ambient temperature and oxygen exert influence on the physical functioning of the flight crew and patient alike. Knowledge of these stressors is imperative to inform interventions to moderate the physical effects of flight.

    If the human body was designed to fly, we would have been born with wings. Increases in altitude, noise and vibration with simultaneous decreases in atmospheric pressure, ambient temperature and oxygen exert influence on the physical functioning of the flight crew and patient alike. Knowledge of these stressors is imperative to inform interventions to moderate the physical effects of flight.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    Examine various gas laws critical to air medical transport

    Establish interventions to manage flight stressors on the patient

    Explore methods for the flight crew to manage the effects of flight stressors on their own performance

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hour

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

    Maxillofacial / Ocular emergencies

    For Practice Exams you have 90 days to complete the exam without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    For all other BCEN-Learn Products you have 12 months to complete without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    If you have started the course, it is considered open and cannot be returned.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Flight nursing is a dynamic field. It requires highly skilled nurses who are capable of managing both stable and critically unstable patients autonomously. This course describes an assortment of flight nurse positions including the types of aircraft used, the patients served by the diverse flight programs, and the unique work schedules of flight nurses. Finally, the requirements for becoming a successful flight nurse are detailed.

    Flight nursing is a dynamic field. It requires highly skilled nurses who are capable of managing both stable and critically unstable patients autonomously. This course describes an assortment of flight nurse positions including the types of aircraft used, the patients served by the diverse flight programs, and the unique work schedules of flight nurses. Finally, the requirements for becoming a successful flight nurse are detailed.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    Discuss various types of flight nursing including helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS), fixed-wing medical transport, and international medical flight opportunities

    Explore the schedule and routine of a flight nurse

    Discuss the experience and education required to become a flight nurse

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hour

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

    Principles of Transport Nursing

    For Practice Exams you have 90 days to complete the exam without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    For all other BCEN-Learn Products you have 12 months to complete without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    If you have started the course, it is considered open and cannot be returned.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course will introduce common cancer emergencies that emergency nurses may encounter in their practice, as well as provide tools and resources to better prepare emergency nurses to care for patients with cancer in their practice setting. The course reviews triage and discusses special cancer considerations. It will also review high-frequency and high-risk clinical scenarios and provide the opportunity to practice the application of oncologic emergency principles.

    This course will introduce common cancer emergencies that emergency nurses may encounter in their practice, as well as provide tools and resources to better prepare emergency nurses to care for patients with cancer in their practice setting. The course reviews triage and discusses special cancer considerations. It will also review high-frequency and high-risk clinical scenarios and provide the opportunity to practice the application of oncologic emergency principles.

    1.5 CE CREDITS - $30

    Review the different types of cancer as well as considerations for the ED nurse to explore

    Review the various triage considerations for patients presenting to the ED who have a cancer diagnosis

    Reflect key treatment considerations for many common ED chief complaints seen in individuals battling cancer

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1.5 contact hours

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

    Medical emergencies

    For Practice Exams you have 90 days to complete the exam without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    For all other BCEN-Learn Products you have 12 months to complete without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    If you have started the course, it is considered open and cannot be returned.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Ocular emergencies are common in the ED, and if action is not taken quickly, they can cause permanent disability. Emergency nurses must be prepared to recognize, intervene upon, and appropriately stabilize patients with eye injuries. In this course, you will learn about traumatic ocular injuries as well as the associated diagnostic and treatment approaches.

    Ocular emergencies are common in the ED, and if action is not taken quickly, they can cause permanent disability. Emergency nurses must be prepared to recognize, intervene upon, and appropriately stabilize patients with eye injuries. In this course, you will learn about traumatic ocular injuries as well as the associated diagnostic and treatment approaches.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Describe the anatomy and physiology of the eye
    • Describe the impact of eye injuries on individuals and the community
    • Anticipate diagnostic and treatment regimens for patients who present with traumatic eye injuries

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hour

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

    Maxillofacial / Ocular emergencies

    For Practice Exams you have 90 days to complete the exam without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    For all other BCEN-Learn Products you have 12 months to complete without having to repurchase and a 7 day unopened return policy from time of purchase

    If you have started the course, it is considered open and cannot be returned.