Events Calendar

Below is a listing of ALL upcoming MNA events on one calendar.  Be sure to click on one of the Calendar views ("Week," "Month," or "All") to see how the courses might work for your schedule on a calendar grid. Or view our CE calendar to see the CE courses by themselves.

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February

02.09.2016
Continuing Education

Feb

09

Nanotechnology-Benefits, Risks and Nursing Implications

We will discuss specific applications of nanotechnology and nanomedicine’s background including possible societal effects.

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March

03.14.2016
Continuing Education

Mar

14

Basic Dysrhythmia Interpretation: Part One

Designed for registered nurses working with cardiac monitoring.

03.15.2016
Continuing Education

Mar

15

Region 3: TWO-PART, ALL DAY EVENT

Morning Session - Common Disorders of the Spine: Medical/Nursing Interventions; Afternoon Session: Knee and Hip Surgery Update: Nursing Management

03.21.2016
Continuing Education

Mar

21

Basic Dysrhythmia Interpretation: Part Two

Designed for registered nurses working with cardiac monitoring.

03.22.2016
Continuing Education

Mar

22

Region 1: TWO-PART, ALL DAY EVENT

Morning Session - Ostomy Surgeries: Surgeries of the GI Tract: Intestines Inside and Out; Afternoon Session - Stoma Care: The Tricks of the Trade

03.23.2016 - 03.24.2016
Labor School

Mar

23

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Mar

24

MNA 14th Annual Labor Leader Summit

SAVE THE DATE

03.28.2016
Continuing Education

Mar

28

Transitions for Senior Nursing Students

These unique programs provide senior nursing students the opportunity to hear first-hand, from recent graduate nurses, what it is like to transition from the school environment to the world of professional nursing.

03.30.2016
Continuing Education

Mar

30

Situation Critical: Street Drug Abuse - What Nurses Should Know

Comprehensive overview of the illicit use of street drugs across the lifespan.

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April

04.01.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

01

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS): Certification

Provides information on the clinical management of medical emergencies through a case study approach.

04.04.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

04

Transitions for Senior Nursing Students

These unique programs provide senior nursing students the opportunity to hear first-hand, from recent graduate nurses, what it is like to transition from the school environment to the world of professional nursing.

04.05.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

05

Region 4: The Effects of Bullying on the Target

Practical interventions will be addressed.

04.07.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

07

Region 1: Anti-coagulation: A Nursing Perspective

Enhances clinical practice through updated knowledge of anticoagulation therapy

04.07.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

07

Region 5: Psychiatric Competencies for the Non-Psych RN

The nursing management of mental health issues impacting hospitalized patients in a non-psychiatric setting.

04.08.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

08

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS): Recertification

Provides information on the clinical management of medical emergencies through a case study approach.

04.11.2016
Continuing Education
04.14.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

14

Update in Diabetes

Reviews pathophysiology of diabetes and current treatment options.

04.14.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

14

Region 3: Detecting the Diverter: It’s Not Who You Think

This program will discuss the important issue of narcotic diversion.

04.26.2016
Continuing Education

Apr

26

Region 1: Ethical Implications of Nursing: In the Gray Mist, What Does Ethics Look Like at the Bedside?

Resolution of ethical dilemmas and sentinel events will be discussed.

04.28.2016
Continuing Education

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May

05.04.2016
Continuing Education

May

04

Region 5: Vaccines Across the Lifespan

Addresses part of the spectrum of infectious diseases that are most prevalent in the United States.

05.06.2016
Continuing Education
05.19.2016
Continuing Education

May

19

Region 4: Where Did I Put Those #$@! Keys? Early Dementia, Normal Aging, and the Neuroscience of Brain Health

Discussion of memory and cognitive changes common in aging, signs of early Alzheimer Disease and the neuroscience of healthy brain aging.

05.19.2016
Continuing Education

May

19

Region 5: Anti-Coagulation: A Nurse’s Perspective

Enables the nurse to enhance clinical practice through updated knowledge of anticoagulation therapy.

05.24.2016
Continuing Education

May

24

Region 2: Childhood Mental Health: Implications for Nursing

Provide an overview of psychiatric and mental health disorders in children and adolescents.

05.26.2016
Continuing Education

May

26

Region 3: Nursing Considerations in Caring for the Bariatric Surgical Patient

Discusses the current options for bariatric surgery.

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June

06.01.2016
Continuing Education

Jun

01

Street Drug Abuse: The Epidemic Crisis

Educates nurses on the physical, physiological, and psychological effects of drug use and abuse.

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August

08.05.2016
Continuing Education

Aug

05

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS): Certification

Provides information on the clinical management of medical emergencies through a case study approach.

08.12.2016
Continuing Education

Aug

12

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS): Recertification

Provides information on the clinical management of medical emergencies through a case study approach.

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September

09.14.2016
Continuing Education

Sep

14

Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia (ADRD) Patients: What Nurses Need to Know to Manage Their Acute Care

Overview of Dementia/Alzheimer’s and strategies to utilize when working with these patients in acute care.

09.22.2016
Continuing Education

Sep

22

Region 4: Gestational Diabetes: The Long Term Effects on Women and Their Children

Discussion of preconception and early pregnancy glycemic control.

09.22.2016
Continuing Education

Sep

22

Region 5: Ethical Implications of Nursing: In the Gray Mist, What Does Ethics Look Like at the Bedside?

Resolution of ethical dilemmas and sentinel events will be discussed.