CE course: adult classes
Adult Progressive Care Nursing Core
This two-day course is designed for medical surgical registered nurses who have at least two years of clinical experience caring for adult patients at the progressive level of care. Progressive care is defined as any unit referred to as: intermediate care, direct observation, step-down, telemetry or transitional care. The course focuses on core concepts defined by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) that are essential for caring for this diverse population of adult patients.
Medical Surgical nurses with two years of clinical experience working with patients in a progressive care environment.
Tuesday & Thursday, August 24 & September 2, 2010
Thursdays, September 15 & 22, 2011
0800 - 1700
Staff Development Class Room
11255 Mountain View Avenue, Suite 8
Loma Linda, CA 92354
No charge to LLUMC employees
Cost for non-employees TBD
Class limit: 80
Prerequisites/special instructions: Adult Nursing Internship Program (Boot Camp) or equivalent.
Speaker(s): Selected bedside experts, including Clinical Educators and Advanced Practice Nurses.
Carolyn Davidson, RN, BC, MS
Medical Surgical Educator
Registration information: Send completed registration form and appropriate fee to Staff Development.
Cancellation, No Show, Refund Policy:
No refund if Staff Development does not receive cancellation notification at least five (5) working days prior to class. No refund will be provided if participant does not show up for class. In the event the program is canceled, a full refund will be given. Refundable reservation deposits will be returned upon class attendance.