Senin, 09 April 2012

Nursing Continuing Education Providers

In North America, several Continuing Education organizations and university departments provide accredited CE courses in Nursing-related subjects. Let's have a glimpse of some of these course providers and their courses.
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago offers many short online CE courses in Nursing-related areas.
e Continuing Medical Education [eCME] hosts a free online medical library and a list of highly interactive Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses, on its website. The site recommends for nurses based in the US and UK, respectively. Besides, the site contains links for professionals based in other countries. By entering the relevant website, it's possible to instantly view course demos, access local eCME programs or register for any of the local or global courses. The sites contain email alert services when new courses are introduced. Most of their courses require the animation software `flash' which can be downloaded free from the website.
NY-based Cicatelli Associates Incorporated, one of the major players in the field, hosts an interesting . The company delivers its courses by using online chats, satellite broadcasts, teleconferences, video conferences and CD-ROMs. The website contains a number of relevant links on its home page. One such connects to their Online Course Catalog.
According to Drexel University's website, its College of Nursing and Health Professions has been offering Online CE programs since 1997. The website has a link for any clarifications about the university or its courses. All that the user has to do is to just type the concerned question, for instance, ""Is Drexel accredited?"" in the link.
Besides Drexel, there are very popular Online CE courses offered by the Universities of Phoenix, Walden, Kaplan and more. Traditionally, well-known older Universities such as Johns Hopkins continue to offer excellent CE courses that draw nurses from different countries of the world.

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