RN4CNE July Newsletter

Posted on July 18, 2018 by Acute Care Education. Categories: News.

Ask a colleague if they consider personal development important, and the consensus will likely be a solid “yes.” Ask a colleague if they actually have a personal development plan, and the majority will probably answer “no.” Many reasons may surface, but an overwhelming answer would be – Time. Why is time to develop yourself such a barrier? […]

RN4CNE June Newsletter

Posted on June 18, 2018 by Acute Care Education. Categories: News.

Now Workforce Southwest Washington Certified!  Acute Care Education is now certified as an Eligible Training Provider with Workforce Southwest Washington. The Eligible Training Provider list includes all industry programs in Washington that meet employment performance thresholds. As a leader in nursing continuing education, Acute Care Education continues to adapt to meet the ongoing training needs of the […]

RN4CNE May Newsletter

Posted on May 23, 2018 by Acute Care Education. Categories: News.

Finding the correct resources to meet your personal professional development needs can be challenging. We are here to help you connect to the resources and fill your learning gap. We have redesigned our live programs page to make it easier for you to discover new educational programs. * Foundations for Practice programs are designed for […]

RN4CNE March Newsletter

Posted on March 16, 2018 by Acute Care Education. Categories: News.

To be the best in your profession, you must seek tools and resources that enhance your knowledge, skills, and professional practice. Just as a professional basketball player spends hours every day learning and practicing skills that drive performance on the court, you must learn new skills and practice techniques that drive your professional practice. If […]

RN4CNE February Newletter

Posted on February 13, 2018 by Acute Care Education. Categories: News.

Are you seeking ways to grow and enhance your career? Are you too comfortable in your day to day work routines and feeling stunted in your learning? Are you experiencing limited opportunities to challenge yourself, conflict with co-workers, and repeated negative thoughts about staying in nursing? These signs of stress and fatigue may be a […]

RN4CNE January Newsletter

Posted on January 7, 2018 by Acute Care Education. Categories: News.

How are you doing on your new years resolutions? Are you keeping on track with the goals you have set for 2018? Did you know that most new year’s resolutions fail within three weeks of the new year. Part of the reason that new year resolutions fail is because the goal was not a SMART […]

Opioid Prescribing Change for Washington Medicaid Patients

Posted on November 7, 2017 by Acute Care Education. Categories: News.

To help curb the public health crisis of opioid addiction in Washington State, the Health Care Authority (HCA) began on Nov. 1, 2017 to limit the quantity of opioids that providers can prescribe to Apple Health clients for short-term use. The policy is a tool to prevent misuse and addiction, an opportunity to promote safe […]

Gain Skills to Enhance Your Nursing Practice

Why should you attend one of our live educational events?  There are many reasons beyond networking, great food, great content, and great presenters.  Gaining practical skills to enhance your nursing practice requires hands on experience.  You can only get that with live education.  This video is an excerpt from Suicide Assessment and Prevention.  Here Susan […]

Mood Disorders

Posted on April 18, 2015 by Acute Care Education. Categories: NP4CNE Event.

When you think of mood disorders, depression and bipolar disorder likely come to mind first. That’s because these are common, severe illnesses and leading causes of disability.  Depression and bipolar disorder can be emotionally crippling, making it difficult to live life to its fullest.  Mood disorders represent a category of mental disorders in which the […]

Anxiety Disorders

Posted on April 17, 2015 by Acute Care Education. Categories: NP4CNE Event.

Anxiety Disorders affect about 40 million American adults age 18 years and older (about 18%) in a given year, causing them to be filled with fearfulness and uncertainty. Unlike the relatively mild, brief anxiety caused by a stressful event (such as speaking in public or a first date), anxiety disorders last at least 6 months and […]

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