Adolescent-Young Adult Childhood Cancer Survivors

Instructor: Sheila Judge Santacroce
Length: 2 Hours
Audience:

Nurses and other health professionals, especially those in community-based primary care settings, with adolescents and young adults who have been treated for cancer

Empowering Midlife Women: Healthy Choices through Transition

Instructor: Catherine Ingram Fogel, Regina McCarthy
Length: 6 Hours
Audience:

RNs and other healthcare providers who work with women who are approaching mid-life, and women dealing with the challenges of menopause/midlife.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs and HIV Update)

Instructor: Catherine Ingram Fogel
Length: Catherine Ingram Fogel
Audience:

Nurses and health care professionals who work with patients at risk for sexually transmitted infections

Preceptor Development

Instructor: Sandy Hoffman OR Donna Bailey
Length: 6 - 7 Hours
Audience:

Preceptors, Managers, and Clinical Educators

Planning a Presentation

Instructor: Marianne Cockroft
Length: 1 - 2 Hours
Audience:

Anyone desiring to learn or improve public speaking skills.

Genetics and the Family: Challenges and Opportunities in the Clinical Setting

Instructor: Marcia Van Riper
Length: 2 - 6 Hours
Audience:

Nurses and all interested health care providers

Helping Families Deal with a Change of Plans: The Birth of a Child with Down Syndrome

Instructor: Marcia Van Riper
Length: 2 - 6 Hours
Audience:

Nurses and all interested health care providers.

Cancer Survivorship: Current Issues

Instructor: Deborah Mayer
Length: 2 Hours
Audience:

Nurses and other health professionals working with people who have cancer including inpatient, outpatient, and home care settings in primary or acute care.

Cardiovascular Disease and Type 2 Diabetes

Instructor: Carolyn McKenzie
Length: 3 - 4 hours
Audience:

RNs, Nurse Practitioners

Being an Effective Charge Nurse in Today’s Health Care Systems

Instructor: Donna W. Bailey
Length: 8 hours
Audience:

RNs beginning a charge nurse role, experienced charge nurses interested in using a systematic approach to developing in the charge nurse role, and nurse managers interested in a systematic framework for developing charge nurses in their settings.