ExceptionalNurse.com, a nonprofit resource network for nurses and nursing students with disabilities presents:
Pedagogy is the art and science of teaching, instruction, and training. It is the goal of Pedagogy to offer the most current course content, with the highest possible quality, using a variety of education methods and strategies.
Prevention of Medical Errors
Linda Bertino, RN, MSN of Rainbow Consultants is the provider of this unique program.
Linda Bertino, RN, MSN, Rainbow Consultants
*This course meets the Florida two hour requirement for healthcare professionals. FBN # 50-9534
Teaching Nursing Students with Disabilities
At the completion of this program, the nurse/educator/administrator will be able to describe the experiences of nursing students with various disabilities.
This self-paced home study course includes a copy of the book:
Cost of the program: $36.00
When Your Student is Deaf
This program is based on the experiences of a nursing faculty member who worked with two nursing students with significant hearing losses. Both students received accommodations and went on to graduate and work as nurses.Objectives include:
If you are interested in receiving credit for this program, you will need to complete the post test. Please email to request the post test and send a check for $12.00 to ExceptionalNurse.com at 13019 Coastal Circle, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410 (Include your name, address, telephone, course title and email address).
Writing Your Way to Health and Healing: An Interactive Workshop
An Online Workshop for nurses and/or students with disabilities, created by Connie Stallone Adleman, RN, Instructor, Group Facilitator, Motivational Speaker, Holistic Coach, Stroke Survivor. (This workshop offers nurses 4 contact hours)
We are important really, and the details of our lives are worthy of being recorded. Natalie Goldberg, Writing Down The Bones.
This is an interactive workshop. Throughout the session you will be encouraged to do some simple writing assignments. To participate, it is important that you have a journal, a pen and some stickers. Stickers help us to tap into our inner child. And that is the part of us that loves to receive rewards for doing special assignments. Stickers are a fun way to reach and honor our inner child. No matter how old we are, it feels good to give ourselves these rewards. So, give yourself another one.
To receive nursing continuing education credit for this course, you will need to send a check for $32.00 to ExceptionalNurse.com at 13019 Coastal Circle, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410. (Include your name, address, telephone, course title and email address).
Happy Writing, Connie Adleman