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Vol. 65, Issue 38
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Thursday, September 23, 2021

   

Training Series Offers Disaster and Public Health Emergency Response Education for Nurses

The Wisconsin Center for Nursing and the National Nurse Case Manager Training Center are offering a faculty-guided online training series to prepare nurses to respond to disasters and public health emergencies while promoting a culture of health within health care settings.
 
Wisconsin Nurses Respond Now
  • Part 1: Identifying Vulnerable Populations as an Essential Part of Community Preparedness (3.0 continuing education credits)
  • Part 2: The Nurse’s Role in Responding to Public Health Emergencies in Your Community (3.0 continuing education credits)
Attendees will gain specialized knowledge needed to better respond to vulnerable populations during a public health emergency.
 
The series is designed for registered nurses (RNs) and advanced practice RNs working across all practice settings responsible for discharge planning, care transitions, case management, care management and care coordination who are seeking a better understanding of the impact of social determinants of health on health outcomes for vulnerable populations.
 
For dates, cost, registration link and more information, click here.
 

This story originally appeared in the September 23, 2021 edition of WHA Newsletter

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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Training Series Offers Disaster and Public Health Emergency Response Education for Nurses

The Wisconsin Center for Nursing and the National Nurse Case Manager Training Center are offering a faculty-guided online training series to prepare nurses to respond to disasters and public health emergencies while promoting a culture of health within health care settings.
 
Wisconsin Nurses Respond Now
  • Part 1: Identifying Vulnerable Populations as an Essential Part of Community Preparedness (3.0 continuing education credits)
  • Part 2: The Nurse’s Role in Responding to Public Health Emergencies in Your Community (3.0 continuing education credits)
Attendees will gain specialized knowledge needed to better respond to vulnerable populations during a public health emergency.
 
The series is designed for registered nurses (RNs) and advanced practice RNs working across all practice settings responsible for discharge planning, care transitions, case management, care management and care coordination who are seeking a better understanding of the impact of social determinants of health on health outcomes for vulnerable populations.
 
For dates, cost, registration link and more information, click here.
 

This story originally appeared in the September 23, 2021 edition of WHA Newsletter