MNA CE Online
Current program topics include:
- New! Preventing Workplace Violence in Healthcare Settings
The purpose of this program is to provide information and resources for nurses and other healthcare workers to recognize and address workplace violence that affects nurse’s health and safety and the well being of their patients. Continuing Nursing Education Contact Hours for this activity, Preventing Workplace Violence in Healthcare Settings, will be awarded until February 17, 2014.
- Accepting, Rejecting or Delegating an Assignment: A Guide for Nurses
This program provides a framework for decision making based on the Massachusetts Nurse Practice Act and other regulatory agencies to safeguard patient care. Program is available until July 1, 2013.
- Safe Patient Handling
The goal of this program is to provide nurses and others with knowledge and skills to address many of the issues and concerns as well as the current solutions related to the ongoing problem of safe patient handling in the field of nursing. Program is available until June 30, 2013.
- Work-Related Asthma in Nurses and Their Co-workers
This program will enable nurses and others to recognize signs and symptoms of work-related asthma and other health effects from exposure to chemicals and other products in the healthcare environment as well as advocate for safer products to protect the health of nurses, other healthcare providers and their patients. Continuing Nursing Education Contact Hours for this activity, Work Related Asthma in Nurses and Their Co-workers, will be awarded until June 15, 2013.
To successfully complete a program and receive contact hours, you must read the entire program, take and pass the Post-Test and complete the Program Evaluation. To pass the Post-Test, you must achieve a score of 80% or above. Your certificate of completion will be available immediately, from the “My Account Page”, upon successful completion of the program.
The Massachusetts Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
All programs are free of charge to MNA members and others.