Delaware Nursing CE Requirements

Delaware RN Requirements 

  

Delaware LPN Requirements

 RNs in Delaware are required to complete 30 hours of continuing education every two years, including 3 hours related to substance abuse.     LPNs in Delaware are required to complete 24 hours of continuing education every two years, including 3 hours related to substance abuse. 
For more Information about Delaware's CE Requirements for RNs and LPNs, please visit the Delaware Board of Nursing website.

Delaware RNs may be interested in...

30-Hour Nursing Continuing Education   

30-Hour Nursing Value Pack 2018

Only $26.95

Value Pack Includes: 

Diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease: Biological Processes and Behavioral Management (5 Contact Hours) -This course provides an overview of Alzheimer's disease (AD), the biological processes related to AD, the criteria for its diagnosis, and key approaches which nurses can adopt in order to better understand, prevent, and effectively respond to the challenging behaviors demonstrated by patients who experience dementia, and specifically AD. Read More

Diabetes in Children, 3rd Edition (25 Contact Hours - 5.4 Pharm Hours) -The purpose of this course is to assist nurses in a variety of settings to understand the complex metabolic, developmental, emotional, and social implications for a child with diabetes and the family. Understanding the unique considerations for this population will assist the nurse to provide supportive and flexible care. Nurses in schools, clinics, primary care offices, and hospitals need to be knowledgeable caregivers and educators for these families to enhance diabetes care and provide much needed emotional support. Read More

NOTE: This value pack does not include the 3-hours related to the Delaware Substance Abuse requirement for RNs. Visit WesternSchools.com to view and purchase the course Special Populations at Risk for Substance Use Disorders, which fulfills your substance abuse requirement.

Delaware LPNs, check out our

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24-Hour Nursing CE Value Pack 2018

Only $26.95

Value Pack Includes: 

Overview of Diabetes in Children (24 Contact Hours - 5.4 Pharm Hours) -The purpose of this course is to assist nurses in a variety of settings to understand the complex metabolic, developmental, emotional, and social implications for a child with diabetes and the family. Understanding the unique considerations for this population will assist the nurse to provide supportive and flexible care. Nurses in schools, clinics, primary care offices, and hospitals need to be knowledgeable caregivers and educators for these families to enhance diabetes care and provide much needed emotional support. The ongoing epidemic of obesity and type 2 diabetes in youth affords an opportunity for nurses to be involved in community-wide efforts to influence risk factors, promote lifestyle changes, and potentially prevent or delay the development of type 2 diabetes. Read More

NOTE: This value pack does not include the 3-hours related to the Delaware Substance Abuse requirement for LPNs. Visit WesternSchools.com to view and purchase the course Special Populations at Risk for Substance Use Disorders, which fulfills your substance abuse requirement.

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