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November 30, 2022

PNCB CE Modules You May Have Missed

Browse just a sampling of PNCB’s latest or most popular CE titles to grow your pediatric expertise this holiday season! Our modules are affordable—some are even free. You can rely on our evidence-based learning experiences to strengthen the care you provide children, teens, and young adults. 

Boy with tracheostomy drinking from water glass

CE: Pediatric Tracheostomy Care Module 1: Inpatient
Are you ready for the challenges that pediatric tracheostomies bring? From placement to tie changes to emergencies, care for these patients is complex. Walk through an in-depth primer of inpatient scenarios with an expert in this specialized area. You'll follow a case study and receive 60+ slides of information, video links, and free access to a respected textbook chapter from the American Academy of Pediatrics, all included with your module purchase (2.5 contact hours, $30).

Parents with Infant Child

CE: Pediatric Tracheostomy Care Module 2: Outpatient
Your patient with a trach is on the move! How do you prepare family and caregivers for the challenges that pediatric tracheostomies bring once your patient leaves the hospital? We're ready to continue our case study from Module 1 and help Ahmed go home with his family. This learning activity focuses on discharge readiness and caregiver education for trach management in the home environment, including emergencies. Completion of Module 1 is not required to take Module 2 (2.0 contact hours, $30).

Mother on phone, ignoring her children

CE: The Child in Room 2: Adverse Effects of Parental Phubbing
Cell phones connect us to the world, but they have a dark side. Are you familiar with phone snubbing or “phubbing” and its impact on family relationships? Use this journal-based module to explore adverse effects, caregivers most at risk, and guidance on healthy patterns of technology use (1.0 contact hour, $10).

Little girl examining a medical professional in a playful manner

Free CE: PNP or FNP Roles in Primary Care, Inpatient Cardiology, and in Providing Trauma-Informed Care
Thinking about a nurse practitioner career—or switching NP roles? Step into PNCB's virtual poster session to explore three varied facets of the profession: inpatient cardiology, providing trauma-informed care, and primary care (1.0 contact hour, $0).

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CE offered by PNCB is accredited by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP). Certification is not required to learn with PNCB, so please share with colleagues, students, and others with a passion for pediatric nursing care. 

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