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  • Pediatric and Neonatal Transport Considerations for the Emergency Nurse

    Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/13/2021 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

    Children are not small adults, and neonates are not small children. A knowledge of developmental and physiological differences is essential when providing stabilization and facilitating inter-facility transport for the pediatric patient. This session will provide an overview of concepts important in the care of pediatric patients and illuminate how emergency nurses can assist in optimizing the transfer process.

    Children are not small adults, and neonates are not small children.  A knowledge of developmental and physiological differences is essential when providing stabilization and facilitating inter-facility transport for the pediatric patient.  This session will provide an overview of concepts important in the care of pediatric patients and illuminate how emergency nurses can assist in optimizing the transfer process.

    Jessica Strohm Farber

    DNP, CPNP-AC, CCRN, CFRN

    Jessica has spent her career in various nursing roles in the pediatric intensive care unit, emergency department, neonatal intensive care unit, and during pediatric and neonatal critical care transport.   She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing as well as a Master of Science in Nursing in the Pediatric Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of Pennsylvania.  In 2010, she earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Case Western Reserve University, focusing her DNP work on transport triage.   Jessica is currently employed as a pediatric critical care nurse practitioner at a free-standing children’s hospital that is a level 1 trauma center.  In addition, she is the program director of both a pediatric acute care nurse practitioner program and neonatal nurse practitioner program where she enjoys training the next generation of nurse practitioners. 

    In addition to clinical and academic roles, Jessica teaches emergency medical services providers as well as transport providers about pediatric care.  She has lectured regionally and nationally on various clinical topics and has taught clinical workshops, certification courses, and continuing education courses for clinical providers.  Jessica has also published on various pediatric topics and has contributed to several textbooks.  Her goal is to impact the outcomes of pediatric patients by educating those who will care them at their times of greatest need. 

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

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    • Identify developmental and physiological differences in neonates and children that may be important in their stabilization and transfer.
    • Review principles of stabilization and preparation for safe and efficient transport of neonates and children.
    • Explain stressors of transport and aspects of the transport environment that are important to neonatal and pediatric transport care.   
  • Pediatric Endocrine Emergencies

    Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course will review the pathophysiology of selected pediatric endocrine emergencies and the complications that can occur. The emergency nurse will be able to recognize the subtle signs and symptoms of specific endocrine disorders and guide a further assessment accordingly. Based on assessment findings, the nurse will initiate critical and appropriate interventions to maintain adequate oxygenation and perfusion to the pediatric patient presenting to the emergency department with an endocrine emergency.

    This course will review the pathophysiology of selected pediatric endocrine emergencies and the complications that can occur. The emergency nurse will be able to recognize the subtle signs and symptoms of specific endocrine disorders and guide a further assessment accordingly. Based on assessment findings, the nurse will initiate critical and appropriate interventions to maintain adequate oxygenation and perfusion to the pediatric patient presenting to the emergency department with an endocrine emergency.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Review, compare and contrast the role and functions of the pancreatic endocrine hormones: insulin, glucagon and somatostatin
    • Discuss the role of the adrenal cortex hormones: cortisol and aldosterone
    • Reflect on the posterior pituitary hormone, antidiuretic hormone (ADH), and its primary functions

    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.

    Pediatrics Endocrine 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.

  • Vector, Vector, Read All About It: Rabies and Ticks 101

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Vector-borne illnesses, such as rabies and illness from tick bites, bring patients to the emergency department (ED) year-round. Nursing staff in the ED need to understand the symptomology and be prepared to provide proper treatment. This course will provide insight into patient presentations as well as appropriate treatments for some of the most common vector-borne illnesses.

    Vector-borne illnesses, such as rabies and illness from tick bites, bring patients to the emergency department (ED) year-round. Nursing staff in the ED need to understand the symptomology and be prepared to provide proper treatment. This course will provide insight into patient presentations as well as appropriate treatments for some of the most common vector-borne illnesses.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Discuss the transmission of rabies and tick-borne illnesses 
    • Justify the care and treatment of the patient presenting to the ED with a suspected rabid animal bite and gain knowledge of rabies post-exposure prophylaxis 
    • Recognize symptomology while focusing on Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    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.

    Environmental Diseases Vector-borne Illnesses

    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.

  • From the Street for the Street: Healthcare tips on Human Trafficking

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    By attending this webinar, you will: - Understand the elements that define human trafficking and the various ways they might manifest. - Recognize the key red flags and indicators for how they present in a clinical setting. - Understand the importance of trauma-informed practices and protocol when working with victims of human trafficking. - Have the key resources and connections in reporting suspected human trafficking while maintaining HIPAA Privacy Protocols

    By attending this webinar, you will: - Understand the elements that define human trafficking and the various ways they might manifest. - Recognize the key red flags and indicators for how they present in a clinical setting. - Understand the importance of trauma-informed practices and protocol when working with victims of human trafficking. - Have the key resources and connections in reporting suspected human trafficking while maintaining HIPAA Privacy Protocols

    Rachel D. Fischer

    BSN, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P

    Rachel is a forensic nurse from Detroit, Michigan. She has a B.S. in Nursing and works as an Emergency RN at a level 1 trauma center. She specializes in human trafficking research and rescue and finding missing children. 

    She came to Houston, Texas to help build forensic nursing programs to aid in proper medical care and better outcomes of survivors of violence. She testifies as an expert witness in state and federal courts and does legal nurse consulting for both the prosecution and the defense. She gives lectures to various medical professions on forensic medical care, human trafficking and strangulation. 

    Rachel travels locally and internationally doing public speaking, trainings and interventions for human trafficking and victims of violence. She explains multidisciplinary approaches meeting victims' needs to bring families justice and hold offenders accountable. Rachel uses her nursing background to speak to multiple healthcare disciplines on identification of trafficking victims using verbal and non-verbal cues. She gives tips on rapport building and post discharge recommendations with a medical mindset. To address the “what’s next” question after identification.  

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

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    1. Understand the lived experience of a sex trafficking survivor and the dynamics of human trafficking 
    2. Interpret street language and tactics used in the "Life" to pick up cues and effectively communicate with patients 
    3. Utilize techniques learned to be trauma informed and understand the what's next after identification 

  • Respiratory Courses Bundle

    Contains 4 Product(s)

    This bundle has been created to give you courses in a particular area and at the same time save you money. This bundle includes: - (1) Pediatric Emergency Airway Management, (2) Winning the ABG Game, (3) Ventilators (AC, IMV, and PEEP, Oh My!), (4) Ventilators Part II: Advanced Management

    The respiratory courses bundle includes four respiratory-related courses from BCEN Learn at a 25% off reduced rate (regular price for the four courses: $100).

    Pediatric Emergency Airway Management (1 CE)

    Winning the ABG game (1 CE)

    Ventilators (AC, IMV and PEEP, oh my!) (2 CEs)

    Ventilators Part II: Patient Ventilator Management (1 CE)

    Please note: if a course says “view previous purchase,” this means you have previously purchased the course and it is already available in your catalog. Purchasing the bundle of courses does not give you a second copy of a course you have already purchased, but still may save you money over buying each course separately.
     If you have any questions, please contact BCEN prior to purchasing.
     To purchase the Respiratory Courses Bundle, click on “Register” in the upper right corner.

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 5 contact hours

    These courses are - Clinical / Accredited

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

    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 (including any new course in a bundle ), it is considered open and cannot be returned.

  • Under Pressure: Hypertension, Shock and Dissections

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Hypertension affects nearly half of Americans and is a major contributing risk factor to stroke and heart disease. Emergency nurses must understand the ways blood pressure changes impact the body in order to promptly recognize and treat associated complications. From pregnancy-related conditions to trauma and aortic dissections to brain bleeds, you will learn about many important considerations related to pipes, pressure and pump problems.

    Hypertension affects nearly half of Americans and is a major contributing risk factor to stroke and heart disease. Emergency nurses must understand the ways blood pressure changes impact the body in order to promptly recognize and treat associated complications. From pregnancy-related conditions to trauma and aortic dissections to brain bleeds, you will learn about many important considerations related to pipes, pressure and pump problems.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Discuss the anatomical differences between the venous and arterial system
    • Recognize key considerations regarding both maternal and neurovascular high-pressure states
    • Understand how to calculate a shock index, review important considerations for hypovolemic, septic, and neurogenic shock, and take a different approach to review the effects of pressure on the brain

    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.

    CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN

    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.

  • One Pill Can Kill: A Look at the Poisoned Pediatric Patient webinar

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Approximately 2.6 million toxic exposure calls were received by US poison centers and more than 70,000 children are evaluated in ED’s each year for unintentional medication and poison exposures.. While children, especially those < 6 years old, ingest a variety of things, they often do not ingest large quantities. Therefore, providers must be familiar with common drugs and household items that can be fatal to small children in very small doses. This presentation will explore some of the common ingestions and presenting signs and symptoms of these potentially toxic ingestions in order to be able to quickly initiate therapeutic and life-saving interventions.

    Approximately 2.6 million toxic exposure calls were received by US poison centers and more than 70,000 children are evaluated in ED’s each year for unintentional medication and poison exposures.. While children, especially those < 6 years old, ingest a variety of things, they often do not ingest large quantities. Therefore, providers must be familiar with common drugs and household items that can be fatal to small children in very small doses. This presentation will explore some of the common ingestions and presenting signs and symptoms of these potentially toxic ingestions in order to be able to quickly initiate therapeutic and life-saving interventions.

    Nancy Denke

    DNP, ACNP, FNP, FAEN, CEN, CCRN

    Toxicology Consultants of Arizona

    Nancy holds a bachelors’ degree from the Pennsylvania State University, graduate degrees from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and St. Louis University. She obtained her DNP- Innovation in Leadership from Arizona State University (ASU).  In addition, she is Fellow of the Academy of Emergency Nursing. Currently she works as a Toxicology Nurse Practitioner with Toxicology Consultants of Arizona and serves as a DNP Faculty member at ASU.

    Nancy contributes to the clinical training of NP’s and nurses and is a mentor for active duty Air Force RN’s in the Critical Care/Emergency Trauma Nurse Fellowship Program. Nancy speaks nationally creating applicable and practical education. Her goal is to increase knowledge, expand understanding, and improve the health status of all patients. She also has numerous publications related to these subjects.

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

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    • Discuss the epidemiology of pediatric poisonings
    • Describe the various toxidromes encountered in Pediatric ingestions
    • Identify common ingestions seen in the pediatric population
    • Identify which drugs can lead to QRS & QTc prolongation and their treatment
  • Abdominal Trauma

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Have you ever wondered how complex the abdominal cavity really is and how injuries to various organs occur? This interactive course is designed to encourage the nurse to consider many aspects of traumatic abdominal injuries. Throughout these lessons, you will learn about abdominal anatomy and physiology, blunt vs. penetrating mechanisms of trauma and diagnostic exams used in abdominal trauma.

    Have you ever wondered how complex the abdominal cavity really is and how injuries to various organs occur? This interactive course is designed to encourage the nurse to consider many aspects of traumatic abdominal injuries. Throughout these lessons, you will learn about abdominal anatomy and physiology, blunt vs. penetrating mechanisms of trauma and diagnostic exams used in abdominal trauma.

    1.5 CE CREDITS - $30

    Discuss the anatomical locations of various abdominal organs along with their vascularity and roles

    Review blunt mechanisms of abdominal trauma, including motor vehicle collisions and assaults

    Review penetrating mechanisms of abdominal trauma, including gunshot wounds and stabbings

    Identify various components of the abdominal trauma physical assessment, such as "seatbelt sign" and referred pain

    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.

    Trauma, Abdominal Trauma, Clinical Practice: Trunk

    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.

  • CERTIBRATION: A Celebration of Certified Success

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    BCEN’s Certibration is a virtual event celebrating certified success and honoring nurses like you who continue to go above and beyond after many uncertain and overwhelming months. If you attended our 40th Anniversary virtual tribute event in 2020, you know what to expect: lots of laughter, tons of inspiration and one heck of a party. This year, we’re bringing back all the fun, but with a few new faces, and some new features. This event will include award honorees, a presentation from Paralympian and bestselling author Josh Sundquist, messages from the BCEN Board of Directors and CEO, and an emcee to keep you entertained throughout.

    BCEN’s Certibration is a virtual event celebrating certified success and honoring nurses like you who continue to go above and beyond after many uncertain and overwhelming months.

    If you attended our 40th Anniversary virtual tribute event in 2020, you know what to expect: lots of laughter, tons of inspiration and one heck of a party. This year, we’re bringing back all the fun, but with a few new faces, and some new features.

    This event will include award honorees, a presentation from Paralympian and bestselling author Josh Sundquist, messages from the BCEN Board of Directors and CEO, and an emcee to keep you entertained throughout.

    John Sundquist

    Josh Sundquist is a Paralympian and bestselling author who has shared his story at events across the world. His high-energy blend of humor and inspiration motivates audiences to adopt his ski racing motto 1MT1MT (one more thing, one more time).

    Be resilient during times of change Maintain a sense of humor within stressful circumstances Face adversity with strength and courage Reverse negative trends and rebound from disappointment Plan for the future with an expanded vision of what could be possible

    Josh's life story is a reminder of how all our stories are interconnected, how even our smallest actions and decisions impact the world around us. You’ll walk away with a fresh perspective on everything you have to be grateful for, with resolve to overcome whatever challenges you may be facing, and with a commitment to do 1MT1MT to reach your fullest potential. You will carry Josh's empowering message of hope and determination in your hearts and minds long after the conclusion of the presentation.

    The objective of the overall event is to feel celebrated and honored for going above and beyond your role(s).  Expect to be inspired, laugh and feel entertained as BCEN honors YOU the nurse.                    

    The objective of Josh’s presentation:  How to fall forward by learning from disappointment and failures, why our results are based more on our response to adversity than our response to success, and how to keep swinging when we feel like we have struck out.  

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

    This course is - Non-Clinical / Accredited

  • Your Career: From Interview to Certification

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Note: This course is part of the EDvantage curriculum, intended for nurses pursuing a career in emergency medicine. Congratulations! You're taking steps toward working in a dynamic and exciting field: Emergency Medicine! Whether you are a new graduate or a nurse that has worked in other areas outside of the Emergency Department (ED), emergency nursing is a field of its own that requires good communication, strong clinical skills and continuous education.

    Note: This course is part of the EDvantage curriculum, intended for nurses pursuing a career in emergency medicine. 

    Congratulations! You're taking steps toward working in a dynamic and exciting field: Emergency Medicine! Whether you are a new graduate or a nurse that has worked in other areas outside of the Emergency Department (ED), emergency nursing is a field of its own that requires good communication, strong clinical skills and continuous education.

    1 CE CREDITS - $20

    Discuss skills important to highlight during an interview

    Describe how to become a productive team member on the ED team

    Create a personal goal plan to become certified

    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.

    EDvantage program

    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.