On-demand Webinars for Continuing Nursing Education

Enhance Your Rehabilitation Nursing Practice and Earn CE with Specially Designed Nursing Education Webinars.

ARN's nursing education webinars offer flexible ways to earn continuing education (CE) credits through online and on-demand educational courses. Host a staff meeting or chapter event and bring your nurse colleagues together to take advantage of ARN's nursing education webinars. Webinar attendees agree that ARN's nursing education webinars help improve patient outcomes.

Upcoming Live Webinars

Post-acute Care Nursing Leadership Series: Webinar Bundle

September 7, 14, 21, and 28 at 12 pm CT or On Demand

This four-part webinar series presented by ARN Board Member and VP of Nursing Operations at Encompass Health, Mary Ellen Hatch, MSN RN CRRN, will cover main topics in post-acute care nursing like personal foundation, leading people, engaging patients, and peer collaboration. Register for individual sessions below, or select the webinar series bundle for the full Post-Acute Care Nursing Leadership Series experience and tap into extra savings. Participate in all 4 webinars, either live or on demand, and earn a certificate of completion to show your knowledge on this topic.

ON DEMAND BUNDLE

ARN & NAON Present: Preventing Hip Fractures

September 9, 12 pm CT--Cancelled

ARN and the National Association of Orthopedic Nurses (NAON) recognizes and celebrates integration of expert orthopedic and rehabilitation clinical nursing knowledge, skills, and practices that maximize function, independence and safety of patients living with risk for hip fractures or known hip fracture. Across orthopedic injury conditions, hip fractures are one of the most disabling orthopedic conditions.

Join Patricia A. Quigley, PhD MPH APRN FAAN FAANP FARN, and Joshua Wing, MSN CRNP RNFA, for this informative webinar to learn about the burden, risk factors, pathology, and many opportunities for a hip to fracture during a fall. Nurses will be compelled to increase appropriate patients’ knowledge, access, and use of hip protection technology that provides that greatest preventive safety net. The livestream presentation has been cancelled but the on demand version remains available.

Individuals who participate in the full activity and complete the post-evaluation will receive 1.25 Nursing Contact Hours.

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Post-acute Care Nursing Leadership: Part 2 Leading People

September 14, 12 pm CT

Join Mary Ellen Hatch, MSN RN CRRN, for the second webinar in the Post-acute Care Nursing Leadership webinar series that will focus on building a culture where staff are empowered to provide their best care every day.

Nursing staff in post-acute care settings, regardless of whether it is an inpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing, long-term acute care, or home health work with patients over longer lengths of stay. The physical nature of this kind of practice can result in greater stressors in the nursing staff. A nurse leader must utilize their caring nature in every aspect of leadership.

Individuals who participate in the full activity and complete the post-evaluation will receive 1.25 Nursing Contact Hours.

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Post-acute Care Nursing Leadership: Part 3 Engaging Patients

September 21, 12 pm CT

Join us on September 21 as Mary Ellen Hatch, MSN RN CRRN, addresses ways to engage the patient and family during these stressful times throughout their post-acute care stay.

Nursing leadership courses often target nurses in acute care where patients have a short length of stay. The challenges of longer lengths of stay in post-acute care, psychosocial aspects of patients and families dealing with traumatic and chronic conditions, and highly regulated environment create unique learning needs for nurse leaders.

Individuals who participate in the full activity and complete the post-evaluation will receive 1.25 Nursing Contact Hours.

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Post-acute Nursing Leadership: Part 4 Peer Collaboration

September 28, 12 pm CT

For the fourth webinar in the Post-care Nursing Leadership webinar series, Mary Ellen Hatch, MSN RN CRRN, will focus on how to build that collaborative approach required for successful post-acute care providers.

The interdisciplinary team environment germane to practice in post-acute care is a blessing and a challenge to nurse leaders. While the nurse leader has partners in therapy and case management leaders, they also have to share more of the decision-making.

Individuals who participate in the full activity and complete the post-evaluation will receive 1.25 Nursing Contact Hours.

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Staffing Models for Inpatient Rehab

October 12, 12 pm CT

Join ARN on October 12 for this informative webinar that will review principles of staffing a patient care unit with nurses and various staffing models identified in the literature.

This webinar will detail the structure, processes, and outcomes of implementing an innovative team care model. Webinar attendees will also hear from interdisciplinary team members as they share challenges and lessons they’ve learned.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss basics of nurse staffing
  • Identify various staffing models that may be applicable to acute inpatient nursing
  • Describe the structure and processes of implementing a new staffing model in a acute inpatient rehab setting
  • Discuss patient and staff outcomes associated with a new staffing model in an acute inpatient rehab

Individuals who participate in the full activity and complete the post-evaluation will receive 1.25 Nursing Contact Hours.

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On-Demand Webinars Available Now

Looking for a specific topic? Access individual on-demand webinars.

Purchase an on-demand nursing education webinar to feature at a staff meeting or chapter event. All who participate are eligible for nursing CE once they have watched the webinar and completed the evaluation.

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