TTP Course 4: Quality Improvement

Description

As a new graduate nurse, it’s important you understand how to incorporate quality improvement initiatives into your daily work. Quality Improvement is the fourth course of the acclaimed Transition to Practice program. Through this highly interactive course, you’ll accelerate your learning curve by talking through errors with more experienced nurses, while forming strategies that will have a positive impact on patient care. Visit learningext.com/new-nurses for more information and to register.

Cost: Included in Transition to Practice Program for $150 | $40 for individual registration

CE Credit: 4.0 Contact Hours

Subscription Length: 6 months if purchased as part of the Transition to Practice Program | 4 weeks if purchased separately

Audience: This self-paced online CE course is designed for new graduate nurses in all practice settings.

Topic
Education, Practice, Transition to Practice
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Online Courses
Type
Course

New Nurses - Transition to Practice

  • TTP Course 1: Communication & Teamwork

    As a new graduate nurse, you need an understanding of teamwork and how it plays out in pressure-packed situations. Communication & Teamwork is the first course in the Transition to Practice series. This highly interactive course will help you initiate discussions with experienced colleagues that increase your confidence and competence. Visit learningext.com/new-nurses for more information and to register.

    Cost: Included in Transition to Practice Program for $150 | $40 for individual registration

    CE Credit: 4.0 Contact Hours

    Subscription Length: 6 months if purchased as part of the Transition to Practice Program | 4 weeks if purchased separately

    Audience: This self-paced online CE course is designed for new graduate nurses in all practice settings.

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  • TTP Course 2: Patient- & Family-centered Care

    As a new graduate nurse, you want to help your patients become partners who are fully invested in their own care. Patient- & Family-Centered Care is the second course of the Transition to Practice program. Through interactive activities and guided discussions with a preceptor or experienced colleague, you will learn to honor your patients’ culture and values and engage their support network. Visit learningext.com/new-nurses for more information and to register.

    Cost: Included in Transition to Practice Program for $150 | $40 for individual registration

    CE Credit: 4.0 Contact Hours

    Subscription Length: 6 months if purchased as part of the Transition to Practice Program | 4 weeks if purchased separately

    Audience: This self-paced online CE course is designed for new graduate nurses in all practice settings.

    Course

  • TTP Course 3: Evidence-based Practice

    As a new graduate nurse, you will need to continually define priorities, find supporting evidence and then implement what you learn. Evidence-Based Practice is the third course of the acclaimed Transition to Practice series. Through interactive exercises and guided discussions with your preceptor or experienced colleague, you’ll grow in research skills and confidence!* Visit learningext.com/new-nurses for more information and to register.

    Cost: Included in Transition to Practice Program for $150 | $40 for individual registration

    CE Credit: 4.0 Contact Hours

    Subscription Length: 6 months if purchased as part of the Transition to Practice Program | 4 weeks if purchased separately

    Audience: This self-paced online CE course is designed for new graduate nurses in all practice settings.
     

    *In order to meet the Institute of Medicine’s 2016 goal, you will need 90% of your practice of nursing based on evidence by the year 2020.

    Course

  • TTP Course 4: Quality Improvement

    As a new graduate nurse, it’s important you understand how to incorporate quality improvement initiatives into your daily work. Quality Improvement is the fourth course of the acclaimed Transition to Practice program. Through this highly interactive course, you’ll accelerate your learning curve by talking through errors with more experienced nurses, while forming strategies that will have a positive impact on patient care. Visit learningext.com/new-nurses for more information and to register.

    Cost: Included in Transition to Practice Program for $150 | $40 for individual registration

    CE Credit: 4.0 Contact Hours

    Subscription Length: 6 months if purchased as part of the Transition to Practice Program | 4 weeks if purchased separately

    Audience: This self-paced online CE course is designed for new graduate nurses in all practice settings.

    Course

  • TTP Course 5: Informatics

    As a new graduate nurse, you need to understand how technology is used to create usable information and support the practice of nursing. Informatics is the fifth course of the Transition to Practice series. As you apply information from this highly interactive course, you’ll take advantage of workable tools that have the power to engage patients and families, throughout the care continuum. Visit learningext.com/new-nurses for more information and to register.

    Cost: Included in Transition to Practice Program for $150 | $40 for individual registration

    CE Credit: 4.0 Contact Hours

    Subscription Length: 6 months if purchased as part of the Transition to Practice Program | 4 weeks if purchased separately

    Audience: This self-paced online CE course is designed for new graduate nurses in all practice settings.

    Course

  • TTP Course for Preceptors: Helping Nurses Transition to Practice

    This companion course to the Transition to Practice series for new graduate nurses will teach you the nuts and bolts of preceptoring, along with boundaries you’ll need for your own practice. Visit learningext.com/new-nurses for more information and to register.

    Cost: $30 for individual registration

    CE Credit: 2.0 Contact Hours

    Subscription Length: 6 months

    Audience: This self-paced online CE course is designed for experienced nurses in all practice settings.

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