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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    "Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad" is an overview of the importance of breastfeeding support by emergency department staff as well as knowledge necessary to effectively provide support and care to the breastfeeding dyad in the emergency department.

    "Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad" is an overview of the importance of breastfeeding support by emergency department staff as well as knowledge necessary to effectively provide support and care to the breastfeeding dyad in the emergency department. 

                                                        

    Hannah Pye

    MSN, RN, CEN

    Hannah Pye is a certified emergency nurse working as full-time nursing faculty while pursuing her DNP degree. Hannah is passionate about breastfeeding success and believes emergency department nurses can play a key role in breastfeeding support. Other professional interests include disaster preparedness and response, car seat safety, and all aspects of emergency medicine.

    Apart from her work as a nurse, Hannah enjoys kayaking and hiking. And, like most of us, she enjoys eating good food!

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

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    • Describe basic breastfeeding physiology
    • Identify two benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and child
    • Identify one reason breastfeeding support in the emergency department is key to breastfeeding success 
    • Be familiar with evidence-based breastfeeding information and where to find it
    • Identify absolute contraindication to breastfeeding
    • Identify three ways your emergency department can provide better support to the breastfeeding dyad
  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The Trauma Journey of our patients that we see with great frequency. How did they become the individuals that we see in front? What abuses have they experienced? What addictions have they struggled with throughout their lives?

    The Trauma Journey of our patients that we see with great frequency. How did they become the individuals that we see in front? What abuses have they experienced? What addictions have they struggled with throughout their lives?

                                                        

    Chris Dafler

    BA, Psychology, Master Certified CPI (NCI, APS, ASD), Trauma Informed Care, CISM


    Chris Dafler is the creator of Verbal Conflict Resolution (VCR), an evidence based verbal de-escalation program with a focus of working with a variety of mental health diagnoses.

    Currently Chris is the divisional CPI Coordinator for a large hospital system in Asheville NC. He is a Master certified instructor and ranks 3rd in hours and students taught, out of the nearly 670 CPI instructors at the entire hospital enterprise. 

    Chris has been passionate about mental health his entire career, and teaching Verbal Conflict Resolution has been an avenue to help enhance others understanding of mental health. In his free time, he enjoys playing Disc Golf, bird watching, gardening, cooking, spending time with friends, & family, and especially his lab puppies Kenny Rogers, & Dolly Parton. 

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

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    • Recognize various stages of psychosocial development
    • Consider the “whys” behind individuals which repeatedly enter the emergency department
    • Identify ways to build rapport with individuals that have suffered from previous abuse
  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Solid organ injuries in children can be devastating and may lead to serious and even life-threatening complications. Being aware of the pediatric population's vulnerable and unique abdominal anatomy is essential for the trauma team to anticipate complications and ensure positive outcomes. This course is designed to review the treatment plans and associated considerations for the most common solid organ injuries seen in children.

    Assess and intervene on pediatric patients with abdominal solid organ injuries.

    Solid organ injuries in children can be devastating and may lead to serious and even life-threatening complications. Being aware of the pediatric population's vulnerable and unique abdominal anatomy is essential for the trauma team to anticipate complications and ensure positive outcomes. This course is designed to review the treatment plans and associated considerations for the most common solid organ injuries seen in children.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Identify risk factors for solid abdominal injuries in the pediatric population
    • Anticipate specific solid abdominal organ injuries in the pediatric patient based on common mechanisms of injury
    • Recognize key assessment findings and initiate priority interventions in pediatric patients with solid abdominal organ 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.

    CEN,CFRN,CPEN,CTRN,TCRN,Pediatrics

    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 provide an overview of the regulatory bodies within the U.S. healthcare system and their guiding legislation. You will work through real-life scenarios to help connect what you do in the ED to these regulatory standards. This course will also outline the typical steps in a CMS site survey, including documentation, citations, and what to expect the next time a regulatory agency visits your institution.

    Recognize the regulatory governance of emergency medicine.

    This course will provide an overview of the regulatory bodies within the U.S. healthcare system and their guiding legislation. You will work through real-life scenarios to help connect what you do in the ED to these regulatory standards. This course will also outline the typical steps in a CMS site survey, including documentation, citations, and what to expect the next time a regulatory agency visits your institution.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Identify the regulatory and legislative governing organizations that oversee work in the ED
    • Discuss how these regulatory bodies impact day-to-day operations and delivery of care in the ED
    • Understand the common types of citations in EDs and methods to ensure compliance and avoid citations

    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,CPEN,TCRN, 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

    Obstructive shock is a time-critical condition that requires rapid recognition and treatment. In this course, you will follow three ED patients in obstructive shock due to various causes. From triage to disposition, let's learn all about obstructive shock!

    Identify causes of obstructive shock, the treatment priorities, and nursing considerations

    Obstructive shock is a time-critical condition that requires rapid recognition and treatment. In this course, you will follow three ED patients in obstructive shock due to various causes. From triage to disposition, let's learn all about obstructive shock!

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Identify the causes of obstructive shock in a clinical context
    • Summarize the signs and symptoms of obstructive shock and its pathophysiological effects on hemodynamics
    • Apply evidence-based treatments and appropriate nursing interventions to care for patients in obstructive shock

    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,Cardiovascular

    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.

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

    In 2021, over 40,000 organs were transplanted in the United States alone. Whether you work at a large transplant center, a critical access health facility, or in the pre-hospital environment, you are likely to encounter patients who are waiting for or have received a solid organ transplant. This course will review the solid organ transplant process and how to best care for patients before and after the transplant in the emergency setting.

    Appropriately care for patients awaiting for, or after they have received, a solid organ transplant.

    In 2021, over 40,000 organs were transplanted in the United States alone. Whether you work at a large transplant center, a critical access health facility, or in the pre-hospital environment, you are likely to encounter patients who are waiting for or have received a solid organ transplant. This course will review the solid organ transplant process and how to best care for patients before and after the transplant in the emergency setting.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Summarize the indications for a solid organ transplant.
    • Review the organ donation process.
    • Determine the plan of care for a transplant patient in an emergency setting.

    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,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.

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

    Meningitis is an infection that affects over 1 million people across the world every year. Throughout this course, you will learn all about this condition, the causes, and the treatment considerations. Whether the patient is a neonate, a college freshman, or an individual with a skull fracture, meningitis can lead to serious complications if not recognized and treated immediately. This course is designed to enhance ED nurses' knowledge of age-specific considerations in patients with suspected meningitis seeking emergency care.

    Differentiate between the signs and symptoms of meningitis in patients of various ages

    Meningitis is an infection that affects over 1 million people across the world every year. Throughout this course, you will learn all about this condition, the causes, and the treatment considerations. Whether the patient is a neonate, a college freshman, or an individual with a skull fracture, meningitis can lead to serious complications if not recognized and treated immediately. This course is designed to enhance ED nurses' knowledge of age-specific considerations in patients with suspected meningitis seeking emergency care.

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Differentiate between the signs and symptoms of meningitis in patients of various ages
    • Prioritize care management for patients with suspected meningitis
    • Implement nursing interventions for patients of various ages diagnosed with meningitis

    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,Neurologic

    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 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Compared to adults, pediatric patients are more prone to head injury. In fact, recent U.S. data shows brain injury amongst children ages 0-19 accounts for an estimated 564,000 emergency department visits per year. Unlike adults, the brains of these children are still developing and outcomes can result in a spectrum of challenges. This webinar offers a brief review of growth and development of the pediatric brain, while highlighting the pathophysiology of traumatic brain injury in pediatric patients. Webinar attendees will utilize a real-life case study to detail evidence-based interventions recommended to care for such a vulnerable population.

    Compared to adults, pediatric patients are more prone to head injury. In fact, recent U.S. data shows brain injury amongst children ages 0-19 accounts for an estimated 564,000 emergency department visits per year. Unlike adults, the brains of these children are still developing and outcomes can result in a spectrum of challenges. This webinar offers a brief review of growth and development of the pediatric brain, while highlighting the pathophysiology of traumatic brain injury in pediatric patients. Webinar attendees will utilize a real-life case study to detail evidence-based interventions recommended to care for such a vulnerable population.

    Laura Kemerling

    MSN, RN, C-NPT

    Laura Kemerling is a registered nurse, and she works for the Children’s Mercy Critical Care Transport team in Kansas City, Missouri. 

    Laura graduated from Missouri Western State University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and began her nursing career in the operating room at Children’s Mercy Hospital, later transitioning to adult ICU nursing for several years. She returned to pediatric care in 2010 and began working for the Transport team. Upon completing a Master of Science in Nursing Education from Benedictine University in 2018, Laura began adjunct clinical instructing for BSN students. Her current full-time role focuses on Transport and EMS relations, outreach education, and caring for critically-ill neonatal, pediatric, and maternal fetal patients in the out-of-hospital setting. 

    Laura maintains a national certification in neonatal and pediatric transport through the NCC and is an active member of the Missouri and Kansas Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC), as well as the Air and Surface Transport Nurses Association (ASTNA). She is an instructor for Pediatric Advanced Transport Course and the S.T.A.B.L.E. Program, and she has hosted multiple webinars, symposiums, and workshops focused on evidence-based pediatric emergency care in the transport environment.

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

    This course is - Clinical / Accredited

    • Highlight the complexity of pediatric head injury management by reviewing a case study
    • Review the pathophysiology and incidence of pediatric head injuries 
    • Define types of traumatic brain injury and prevention of secondary brain injury
    • Discuss holistic care strategies recommended for the pediatric brain-injured patient

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Clotting may seem like a simple process, but it actually involves a series of both intrinsic and extrinsic pathways that work to ensure hemorrhage can be controlled. But what happens when patients take medications that alter these pathways and what can emergency nurses do to reverse these agents? This course takes a deep dive into the coagulation cascade to answer these questions!

    Understand the process of coagulation and how that process is altered through medications

    Clotting may seem like a simple process, but it actually involves a series of both intrinsic and extrinsic pathways that work to ensure hemorrhage can be controlled. But what happens when patients take medications that alter these pathways and what can emergency nurses do to reverse these agents? This course takes a deep dive into the coagulation cascade to answer these questions!

    1 CE CREDIT - $20

    • Discuss the factors involved in forming a fibrin clot, as the process propagates through the coagulation cascade
    • Recognize the various medications that act within this cascade to exert their therapeutic effects
    • Recall the reversal agents for anticoagulant medications, based on their actions within the coagulation cascade

    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,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 41 Component(s), Includes Credits

    A compilation of clinical sessions from BCEN Learn Live – May 2022, Perdido Beach Resort, AL

    If you attended the live event this course WILL NOT give you additional CEs

    A compilation of clinical sessions from BCEN Learn Live – May 2022, Perdido Beach Resort, AL

    Eric Bauer

    MBA, FP-C, CCP-C, C-NT

    Eric Bauer is the President of FlightBridgeED. Eric has worked in the EMS field for 30 years with the past 19 years spent in the HEMS industry. Eric is an internationally recognized best-selling author, speaker, and educator and holds a Bachelors's Degree in Business - Health Care Administration and a Master's of Business Administration - MBA. He has spoken on many critical care topics as an educator and has authored and published 206 critical care podcasts related to the pre-hospital critical care industry, with over 4 million downloads worldwide

                     

    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.

    Mark Christensen

    MD

    Dr. Mark Christensen is a graduate of the UAB School of Medicine. He is double board certified in both Family and Emergency Medicine, and is a Regional Medical Director for several Emergency Departments and ambulance services across the state of Alabama. In addition to his clinical and leadership roles, Dr. Christensen has special interests in combining technology with Medicine to improve patient care. 

    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. 

    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. 

    Angela Leonardo

    BSN, RN, CEN, TCRN

    Angela Leonardo is a Registered Nurse and a Captain in the United States Air Force. Working in the Emergency Department and a validated critical care flight nurse, Angela uses her experience to care for Active Duty members, veterans and their families. Meanwhile, always being prepared to deploy and respond to any emergent disasters near and far.

    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. 

    Clint Pulver

    Emmy Award-winning, motivational keynote speaker, author, musician, and workforce expert.

    Clint Pulver Leadership

    Clint Pulver is a motivational keynote speaker, author, musician, and workforce expert. Clint strongly believes that a single moment in time can change a person's life. He has traveled the world speaking to a wide spectrum of diverse audiences, challenging them to dream, excel, connect, and believe--both in themselves and in the power of others. His mantra? "It's not about being the best in the world it's about being the best FOR the world."

    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 9 continuing education credits

    Clinical & Non-Clinical / Accredited

    If you attended the live event this course WILL NOT give you additional CEs

    • Objectives are specific for each session and shown in each survey.

    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.