MNA Unveils Fifth Online Continuing Nursing Education Program
From the Massachusetts Nurse Newsletter
October 2009 Edition
Program on work-related asthma will provide education both locally and abroad
The MNA’s newest online continuing education program, “Work-Related Asthma in Nurses and Their Co-Workers,” is now up and running. Health care professionals who are interested in learning more about work-related asthma, as well as several other timely and important topics, are encouraged visit the MNA CE Online page.
You are invited to use these online programs to fulfill your continuing education requirements for nursing licensure as well as to become more aware of hazards that exist in your workplace and how they can be minimized or eliminated.
Since the inception of the MNA’s online continuing nursing education health and safety programs in 2006, more than 4,300 people have completed these programs. The overwhelming majority are registered nurses and MNA members. Other groups who have utilized these programs include nursing students and workplace safety professionals. Practically every state in the country—as well as countries such as Canada, Cuba, India and Portugal—has had a nurse complete one of these MNA programs.