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Contact hours
15.00
Next start date
March 19, 2015

Become an expert in access device management with this unique learning experience that uses virtual scenarios to examine real-life situations and challenges. The faculty-mediated format allows you to interact directly with instructors through email and discussion forums, receiving ongoing feedback and evaluation of your progress. Working along with the included e-book—Access Device Guidelines: Recommendations for Nursing Practice and Education (Third Edition)—you’ll engage in self-paced reading assignments, activities, and learning opportunities. You’ll also have the opportunity to share your expertise with other students through online forums.

Contact hours
4.70
Next start date
May 20, 2015

Gain a basic understanding of the legislative process and health policy advocacy so that you can make sure the voice of oncology nurses is heard loud and clear. This free self-directed, self-paced course demonstrates how, in a short period of time, you can influences critical policy-making decisions. Through a series of lessons and practical learning activities, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills needed to effectively communicate your ideas and concerns to legislators to impact cancer care.

Contact hours
3.02
Next start date
None Available

Learn more about complementary, alternative and integrative therapies and their use by oncology nurses and other healthcare professionals and how use impacts clinical practice. The goal of the course is to introduce learners to complementary, alternative, and integrative therapies that may be utilized by oncology nurses and other CAM...

Contact hours
6.40
On Demand

Caring for patients with cancer can be challenging, especially for new oncology nurses or those working outside of cancer care. This introductory course provides a foundation for providing care to patients experiencing a cancer diagnosis, treatment complications, or trouble coping. You’ll cover a range of basic topics, from cancer biology, treatments, symptom management, and patient and family care. This course is also a great refresher for experienced cancer nurses.

While there is no text used with this course, you can supplement your knowledge with essential ONS publications like Cancer Basics and A Guide to Oncology Symptom Management.

Contact hours
3.00
On Demand

What is normal cell biology? Why do normal cells become cancer cells? How do new molecular therapies target cancer? Find answers to these questions and more while gaining a better understanding of cancer and its treatments. This concentrated, self-paced, learning experience covers the fundamentals of cancer biology and addresses cutting-edge information that, when applied, will dramatically affect your practice.

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