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Late July/early August or January

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14 modules over 12 months

Rural Nurse Education: Clinical Practice Novice Pathway

The Clinical Practice-Novice Pathway includes mentorship (if selected), ENA membership and 14 self-paced, online educational offerings that includes up to 20.75 accredited continuing education covering three primary content categories: Clinical, Professional, and Well-Being.

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Time & Location

Late July/early August or January

14 modules over 12 months

About the Event

AHHA Rural Nurse Education 2024-25

In 2023, AHHA conducted a member survey on specialty nurse training needs. In response to collected feedback, we have curated a pilot year of programming serving nurses in critical access and small, rural hospitals, especially newly graduated nurses or nurses who are new to the rural setting. Four initial trainings are available. AHHA’s workforce development contract funds allow us to offer these trainings at no cost to our members. Note that during the registration process, nurses will need to provide verification of approval to take the course from their supervisor or facility nurse leader.

EMERGENCY NURSES ASSOCIATION: CLINICAL PRACTICE NOVICE PATHWAY

For RNs needing foundational knowledge and competencies in caring for emergency department patients 

The Clinical Practice-Novice Pathway includes mentorship (if selected), ENA membership and 14 self-paced, online educational offerings that includes up to 20.75 accredited continuing education covering three primary content categories: Clinical, Professional, and Well-Being: 

Clinical Content:

  • Caring for Adult Patients 
  • Caring for Pediatric Patients 
  • Geriatric Emergency Nursing 
  • Emergency Severity Index 
  • Managing Adult Behavioral Health in the ED 
  • Pediatric Behavioral Health Concerns in the ED 
  • Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections 
  • ED Nurses Role in a Disaster
  •  Medication Administration Considerations for Special Patient Populations 

Professional Content:

  • Structural Racism in Healthcare 
  • In Case of Emergency Study Guide 

Well-Being Content:

  • Workplace Violence Prevention 
  • Self-Assessment (Stress/Burnout) 
  • Healthy Coping Mechanisms

Training method (2 options):

  • Online, cohort enrollment with monthly ENA mentor facilitated zoom discussions. Two start periods – late July/early August & January
  • Online, self-paced learning, no cohort involvement, preceptor involvement at discretion of facility

Length of training:

14 modules over 12 months

CEUs: 20.75

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