300 Contact Hours of ANCC Accredited Nursing Continuing Education Courses
CareAcademy has partnered with Wild Iris Medical Education, Inc. to make its high-quality, approved continuing education (CE) for nurses available via CareAcademy’s online platform. Wild Iris’ evidence-based training is accredited and approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and accepted in all 50 states. The library of continuing education courses also contains topics mandated by some state-based requirements.
What do you need to know about our ANCC Accredited Nursing Continuing Education Training?
Agencies can access ANCC accredited nursing continuing education courses using CareAcademy’s online home health and home care training dashboard. We recognize the need for nursing education which is why we have partnered with Wild Iris Medical Education to help provide your agency with the proper resources to transform healthcare.
70+ Total Courses
300+ hours of ANCC accredited nursing continuing education
ANCC Accredited Nursing Continuing Education Course List
With the ability to take classes on smartphones, your direct care workers will enjoy their learning experience and complete training at a higher rate. Enable your staff with the ability to provide quality health solutions with the classes below:
Class: Clinical Care for the Heart Failure Patient
Description: Learn about the causes, diagnostic testing, treatment, and patient care for various types of heart failure. Discusses strategies to prevent recurrence of heart failure and rehospitalization, and utilizing a
multidisciplinary approach to cardiac rehabilitation.
Class: Diabetes Care: Prevention and Clinical Care of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Description: Care for individuals at risk for developing foot ulcers as a complication of diabetes; assessing and treating patients with diabetic foot ulcers, including foot assessment, off-loading, management, and amputation.
Class: Prescription Drug Abuse: Opioid Diversion and Best-Practice Prescribing
Description: Factors contributing to misuse/abuse of prescribed pain medications; most commonly abused and/or diverted drugs; managing chronic pain and CDC guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain; best practices for prescribing controlled substances.
Class: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse, Neglect, and Maltreatment
Description: Recognizing indicators of child abuse, child neglect, and child maltreatment; contributing risk factors; mandated reporting requirements and procedures.
Class: Cardiac Patient Care: Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
Description: Caring for patients with or at risk for CAD. This covers pathophysiology, clinical forms, risk factors and prevention measures, assessment and diagnosis, complications and comorbidities, emergency treatment, and management of acute and chronic coronary artery disease.
Class: Understanding Mental Illness for All Healthcare Professionals: Integrating Physical and
Mental Health Care
Description: Understand the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of mental health disorders in patients being seen for mental health conditions, and learn about effective responses. This covers common myths and stigmatization of mental disorders.