The Correctional Nurse

20 Continuing Education Hours

$149.95

2024 Nurse’s Week Bundle 20 Continuing Education Hours In honor of Nurse’s Week 2024, this group of 9 accredited classes, 20 continuing education hours, is offered which will fulfill the requirements for both the Certified Correctional Health Care Professional and the Certified Correctional Health Care professional – Registered Nurse certifications. These hours are also applicable…

3.0 Continuing Education Hours

$34.95

Correctional Nurse Basics: The Digestive System 3.0 Continuing Education Hours The digestive system is a complex physiological system responsible for the ingestion, digestion, absorption, and elimination of food and waste products. It consists of a series of organs, including the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas, each with unique functions…

2.0 Continuing Education Hours

$24.95

Seizure Disorder for the Correctional Nurse 2.0 Continuing Education Hours Some days, it seems like everyone we care for in corrections has a seizure disorder. Seizures may be the result of childhood epilepsy, trauma and traumatic brain injury, drug and alcohol use, brain tumors, or any combination of these conditions. The prevalence of seizure disorder…

3.0 Continuing Education Hours

$34.95

Correctional Nurse Basics: The Endocrine System 3.0 Continuing Education Hours The Endocrine System regulates metabolism, growth, stress response, reproduction, mood, bone health, and various physiological processes to maintain homeostasis in the body.  This is accomplished through its network of glands that produce and release hormones, chemical messengers that regulate various physiological functions in the body.…

3.0 Continuing Education Hours

$34.95

Correctional Nurse Basics: The Nervous System 3.0 Continuing Education Hours The nervous system is a complex and intricate network that plays a crucial role in controlling and coordinating various functions of the human body. From simple reflexes to complex thoughts, the nervous system controls our physiological processes. Part of our Basics series, this class will…

3.0 Continuing Education Hours

$34.95

Correctional Nurse Basics: The Immune System 3.0 Continuing Education Hours The immune system is a complex network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to defend the body against harmful invaders, such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites. Its primary purpose is to recognize and eliminate pathogens while differentiating them from the body’s own…

3.0 Continuing Education Hours

$34.95

Correctional Nurse Basics: The Respiratory System 3.0 Continuing Education Hours The respiratory system is responsible for supplying oxygen to the body and removing carbon dioxide, which is a waste product of metabolism. It includes the lungs, airway, blood vessels and muscles.  The process of respiration involves a series of steps, starting with the inhalation of…

2.0 Continuing Education Hours

$24.95

Sickle Cell Disease for the Correctional Nurse 2.0 Continuing Education Hours Sickle Cell Disease is a genetic condition in which the protein that carries oxygen in the blood is misshapen. The result of this sickle-shaped hemoglobin is less oxygen to parts of the body, red blood cells getting “stuck” and occluding certain vascular areas, and…

2.0 Continuing Education Hours

$24.95

Endocarditis for the Correctional Nurse 2.0 Continuing Education Hours Infective endocarditis is an infection of the lining of the heart (endocardium) and often involves the valves of the heart as well as any areas with abnormal connections between the chambers of the heart or its blood vessels. It occurs when bacteria in the bloodstream clump…

Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism for the Correctional Nurse 2.0 Continuing Education Hours Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a serious condition that occurs when a blood clot forms in a deep vein. Typically, these clots form in the lower leg, thigh, or pelvis, but they can also occur in the upper extremities and abdomen.…