California RN and LPN Nursing CEUs
Meet Your California RN or LVN Continuing Education Requirements Quickly & Affordably.

California Board of Registered Nursing Provider #CEP 13509 Required Courses offers the all of the required certificates for RNs and LVNs in California to meet their 30 contact hour continuing education requirement.

This course covers the methods for infection control and preventing transmission. Those who complete this course will be able to discuss the scientifically supported infection control standards and how infectious diseases are transmitted. They will be able to describe the standards for cleaning, disinfection and sterilization in order to prevent the spread of disease and reduce exposure to infections blood borne pathogens.

The purpose of this course will be to provide an overview of arterial blood gas interpretation; raise awareness and understanding of the various aspects of arterial blood gases, and provide a comfort level with the care of the patient by increasing the knowledge base.

This course explains why patients may need to receive modified treatment and care based on their age groups. Health care professionals will gain a greater understanding of the physiological differences between a child, an adult, and an older adult, and how to determine each age group’s needs. They will be able to identify concerns for specific age group and how it can impact clinical interventions, including methods to avoid medication errors in pediatric patients and spotting self neglect among the elderly.

This 4 hour course will inform healthcare professionals about the latest information and treatment for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). After taking the course, you will be able to explain HIV/AIDS, how it’s transmitted and how it impacts the immune system. You will also be able to discuss preventing transmission of the virus, prevention and treatment among children, and the most current treatments available.

Dementia is a chronic or progressive syndrome caused by various brain illnesses that affect behavior, memory, thinking, and the ability to perform everyday activities. This course is designed to educate providers on current management techniques for two major neurocognitive disorders that share similar symptoms: Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

This course updates and reviews annual training topics required for the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (TJC), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). It also includes medical device reporting, patient’s rights, Medical Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), and workplace safety. This course does not address facility-specific information.

The outcome of this article is to educate healthcare professionals in strategies to reduce the frequency and impact of bullying.

The purpose of this continuing education course is to enable the participants to understand the cardiac and non-cardiac causes of SCA/SCD and to recognize the importance of appropriate management of survivors of SCA/SCD. Primary and secondary prevention of another SCA/SCD experience will be discussed, as well as, factors which influence the outcome of such an event.

Child abuse is a sad reality that occurs in our society and health professionals often come across young victims. This course will teach healthcare professionals how to spot the signs of child abuse and learn how to respond. Those who complete this course will gain understanding of how child abuse impacts children, and what the healthcare provider’s role is in reporting abuse.

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is closely monitoring the outbreak of the novel (new) coronavirus first found in China. Current quarantines will not be enough to stop the spread. This course will provide Healthcare Professionals with the knowledge to prevent, identify and treat COVID-19

This course discusses the topic of domestic abuse. It will go over the associated behaviors, an explanation of the cycle of violence, and a thorough review of the descriptions of the perpetrator and the victim. In addition, mandates against domestic violence, recommended actions for intervention, and the role of the healthcare professional are all covered in detail.

This course will provide an overview of the critical changes that have galvanized the most recent movement of preventing workplace violence including a review of specific recommendations put forth by OSHA, NIOSH and the ANA. It also provides the reader with actionable and applicable steps that can be implemented in the clinical setting to help de-escalate violent and potentially violent interactions.