For all Emergency Department Clinicians – APPROVED for 2 hours Nursing CE
Domestic Violence is prevalent in our society and is essential for all emergency department staff to recognize. This class provides the training necessary to properly screen and assess for domestic or intimate partner violence. Emphasis is placed on state regulation, patient privacy issues, HIPAA, interface with law enforcement and proper documentation.
Our Emergency Department Domestic Violence Class was presented live by acclaimed speaker, Gina Carbino, BSN, RN, CEN, SANE-A, to an enthusiastic audience at the Southeastern Seaboard Emergency Nursing Symposium (SESS), this class allows you to learn at your own pace, with new, enhanced content and extensive enrichment resources. This class is recommended for ALL ED nurses, emergency physicians and PAs.
CEU Version –
$39 ON SALE $29: The ED Domestic Violence class is approved for 0.2 CEUs of nursing continuing education credits by Mid-Carolina AHEC, Inc., an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the South Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction, by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
What’s IncludedClinical + Legal
Our ED Domestic Violence class focuses on recognizing the key patterns of injury and also covers the specific legal minefields when caring for these patients. We help assure a basic competency level for all ED staff. Graduates will be able to properly assess each patient and provide great care.
An effective Interpersonal Violence program will streamline care for victims in your Emergency Room, improving patient care and assuring proper evidence preservation for potential prosecution. This course helps you avoid the legal traps that are so prevalent with these patients.
Who Should Take itAll ED Clinical Staff
Every clinician in the ED needs this essential training in Domestic Violence. Nurses, doctors and PAs will all benefit from taking this class. CEU credits have been approved for this class. Take it now and gain the skills necessary to help these patients!
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