Continuing Education for Nurses
Continuing Education for Nurses
Live and recorded content on any device.
Watch recorded content anytime, or join live classes Monday-Friday.
Included bonus course!
We frequently get questions asking why we don't seperate our content into different EMS or nursing levels. We thought really hard about this. We even had different level providers take the course to see if they thought it was too elementary or too difficult for them. The best compliment that we continue to get from service leaders is that they can sit a brand new EMT, or a seasoned CFRN / FP-C down in our course and they will both learn something practice changing. If a concept is explained and illustrated properly, it doesn't matter if the student is a lay person or a physician, they should both be able to understand what is being presented - and it's working.
You will gain access to both when you sign up.
We have a library of pre-recorded (F3) content that you can do at your own pace. You can do as much or as little of this content, since you get a certificate of completion for each course, not just one big certification at the end. This allows you to pick and choose which courses you would like to complete.
There is also ~14 unique classes each week, and each week if different throughout the month, giving you about 60 different classes you can attend throughout the month. Like the pre-recorded content, these classes are always being added to each month for new opportunities to learn.
For EMS, which usually needs a mix of live instructor lead content (F5) and pre-recorded content (F3), we offer all the classes you need to complete your NREMT.
Yes. For EMS we hold CAPCE accreditation, which can be applied to your state license (any level), NREMT certification (any level), or used towards FP-C / CCP-C renewal.
For nurses, we use ENA (Emergency Nurses Association) accreditation. Check with your state to see if these accrediting bodies work for you. Regardless of state, you can use our course for your CEN, CFRN, or CCRN certifications.
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Emergency Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Yes. You can import directly into NREMT via CAPCE with real-time reporting.
Absolutely. The classes break down difficult topics very well, and you will have a much better understanding of concepts you need to pass your NREMT.
Unfortunately we do not. There is currently no universal system for automatic uploading to each state. This means that you will have to keep track of the certificates that you earn. When a system like this does become available, we will do our best to ease the process for everyone.
Your membership is 1 year in length.
We focus on creativity and practicality. We want the you to be entertained, and then realize that you didn't waste your time on something you're not even sure how to apply to your practice. We don't do any death by powerpoint, and instead focus on illustration, understanding, and application.
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There are over 100 hours of content inside of our course, which are split between general categories:
Airway/Resp/Vent, Cardiovascular, Trauma, Medical, Pediatric, Operations, and Critical Care.
All certificates communicate with NREMT and allow ease of transfer after completion. Students maintain access to all the above for one year from the day of purchase. All hours are awarded via Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) for EMS providers as well as the ENA and for nursing providers.