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Free Nursing CEUs 2019

Free Course - Organ and Tissue Donation and Recovery

Wild Iris Medical Education, an ANCC-accredited provider of nursing CEU courses and more than 80 online continuing education courses for other healthcare professionals, is celebrating its 21st year in business. All continuing nursing education (CNE) courses are accepted by all nursing boards nationwide.

Ann Johnson, Wild Iris’s CEO

Ann Johnson, Wild Iris’s CEO, says: “Being the pioneer in online nursing CEU, Wild Iris is proud to have continually provided evidence-based and high-quality courses for nursing and other healthcare professions such as case management, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and EMS.”
We also offer many state-mandated courses, such as Pennsylvania Act 31 Child Abuse and New York State Infection Control and Child Abuse courses, to name a few.
For the past 20 years, with our “pay-as-you-go” model, customers pay only for the courses they successfully complete and are not required to make any yearly or longer commitments. Course topics and wide-ranging and include Diabetes, Elder Care, Infection Control, Stroke, Telephone Triage, and many more.

New for 2019, Wild Iris is rolling out bundled pricing for customers who wish to prepay for a set of courses at a discounted price. This is the latest step in the company’s efforts to make it even easier for busy nursing and other healthcare professionals to meet their licensing and continuing education requirements.
Our first new nursing continuing education package deal includes 20 contact hours in infection control:
Nursing CEU Course Bundle - 20 Contact Hours - Infection Control

As an added bonus, Wild Iris Medical Education, always offers one course for free nursing CEUs on its site. This free course is available for all new and existing customers. Until November 1, 2019, the free nursing CEU course is Organ and Tissue Donation and Recovery, which provides customers with one contact hour of continuing education. This course provides an overview of the clinical aspects of organ and tissue donation and recovery, focusing on the barriers to donor recruitment and organ and tissue procurement, including the role of nurses in organ recovery and transplant. If you hold a nursing license in Florida or Georgia, this course will also be automatically reported to CE Broker within 24 hours.
Whether you are new to Wild Iris Medical Education or have been a loyal customer, take advantage of this special offer.

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5 Tips for Busy Nurses

If you are a nurse, we know you are very busy with work, family, and life. We extend our gratitude to you and thank you for being there for you patients, who will surely appreciate you being there for them.
Here’s how to stay sane and manage a health work/life balance any time during the year:

1. Thank your co-workers.
You are not alone. Be appreciative to your fellow nurses, doctors, assistants, and custodians and others who are also working long and hard—days, nights, and holidays. Your service, caring, and kindness are truly appreciated and you are all making a difference in each other’s lives—and the lives of patients.
2. Make a to-do list ahead of time.
Get prepared for the week ahead of time by planning carefully. Make lists for your cooking and shopping. You’ll feel a lot more relaxed when you can keep track of all your personal obligations, allowing you to focus on tending to your patients. And you will be much more at ease with your family and loved ones once you get home after your shift.
3. Remember, it’s not only about you.
As much as you might feel stressed by a challenging work environment, imagine how your patients must feel. They are away from home in an unfamiliar place, often struggling with a difficult health condition. They are missing their own families very much and may or may not have many visitors. Be your patients’ support while you are with them and care for them as best as you can.
4. Make time for self-care after work.
Between tending for your patients, completing your documentation, and then rushing home to meet family obligations, you can easily forget about yourself. Take a little time-out for yourself. Whether you have 5 minutes for a few deep breaths or a quick meditation, 20 minutes for a walk in nature, or an hour for a relaxing massage, be sure to find time to focus on you in order to ground yourself and keep you strong for all your other commitments.
5. Take free nursing CEUs!
When you have an hour to spare, take advantage of our free nursing CEU course on Organ and Tissue Donation and Recovery. Save money and get a head start on your continuing education requirements for your nursing license renewal. You’ll be glad you did!

About Wild Iris Medical Education:

Wild Iris Medical Education, Inc., is a privately held, woman-owned company providing online healthcare continuing education since 1998. We offer online ANCC-accredited nursing continuing education courses, including CEUs for nursing case managers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, paramedics, EMTs, and other healthcare professionals.

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