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Knowledge to care for vulnerable newborns

Elsevier Clinical eLearning pediatric and neonatal courses give nurses and other clinicians the opportunity to learn current, evidence-based skills for the optimal treatment of newborns and young children who need specialist medical care.

Elsevier’s rigorous editorial standards, including peer reviews, ensure that courses are based on current evidence and clinical practice.

eLearning Pediatric and neonatal courses available

  • ENA: Pediatric Emergency Nursing Certification Review 1.11

    Authored by ENA, this interactive course helps emergency nurses provide safe, effective care to pediatric patients with conditions requiring emergency care. This course follows the blueprint for the CPEN exam and helps nurses prepare for the challenging test.

  • Mosby’s ECG Interpretation 3.02

    Mosby’s ECG Interpretation 3.0 educates nurses and monitor technicians in ECG basics, ECG interpretation and 12-lead ECG interpretation. This course includes an interactive interface using electronic ECG calipers, ECG ruler and more rhythm-tracing images to help learners apply their knowledge.

  • Mosby's Neonatal Nursing 2.02

    This interactive online program, developed for both new and experienced nurses working in the neonatal setting, can be a powerful addition to orientation and continuing education. Each of the 34 lessons features original, captivating photography and video footage, and a post test to assess learning.

  • Mosby’s Pediatric Nursing Orientation2

    Endorsed by the Society of Pediatric Nurses, Mosby’s Pediatric Nursing Orientation prepares newly-licensed and experienced nurses transitioning to the specialty how to care for the highly specialized pediatric patient population. The course is designed to meet nurses’ needs during orientation and for continuing professional development.

Promote professional development and practice improvement with evidence-based learning

Two female nurses and one male nurse walking and talking in a hospital. One female nurse holds a file folder.

1 Clinical eLearning course can be delivered seamlessly through the HealthStream Learning Center. HealthStream

2 Knowledge Inventory Tool (KIT) available for this course