Emergency Nursing Courses – Clinical eLearning

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Supporting clinical excellence in emergency environments with expert, proven online courses.

Elsevier Clinical eLearning emergency nursing courses are professionally-designed, interactive, and self-paced. Courses are developed by masters-prepared nurses to enhance clinical competency and empower confident, consistent and expert patient care in emergency situations when immediate action is needed.

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

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Emergency nursing courses available

APEX INNOVATIONS IMPULSE 2.0 – ECG AND CHEST PAIN COMPETENCY SERIES
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APEX INNOVATIONS: HEMISPHERES – STROKE COMPETENCY SERIES
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ENA: EMERGENCY NURSING CERTIFICATION REVIEW^
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ENA: EMERGENCY NURSING ORIENTATION 2.0*^
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ENA: EMERGENCY NURSING TRIAGE*^
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ENA: HANDLING PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCIES*^
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ENA: PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY NURSING CERTIFICATION REVIEW^
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MOSBY’S ECG INTERPRETATION 2.0*
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MOSBY’S PRECEPTOR*
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SONOSIM ULTRASOUND FULL LIBRARY – POWERED BY ELSEVIER
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*Knowledge Inventory Tool (KIT) available for this course

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