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Urology/Male Health Nursing CEUs

Continuing Education for Nurses

Urology is the branch of medicine and physiology concerned with the function and disorders of the urinary system. Urology and male health nursing CEU courses for RN, LPN, LVN, and APRN. Learn about prostate cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment, and other diseases and conditions.

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  • ANCC Accredited Provider #P0314
  • Accepted in All 50 U.S. states and U.S. territories
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MALE HEALTH COURSES

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Two golden wedding rings laying on rainbow ribbon on pink background for LGBTQ awareness Cultural Competency, including Caring for LGBTQ+ Patients

course star rating - 3.8 stars 3.8 stars

Learn about effective and respectful care of LGBTQ patients, including health risk factors and clinical implications, best practices regarding patient information, communication, and legal issues. Meets Nevada requirement. This course meets Oregon's Board of Nursing requirement only if provided by your employer.

2 $22.00
Female nurse in blue scrubs holding a red ribbon representing HIV/AIDS prevention and Florida state outline HIV/AIDS for Florida Healthcare Professionals

course star rating - 3.6 stars 3.6 stars

REQUIRED: SEE APPROVED LICENSES Fulfills the 1-hour HIV/AIDS continuing education requirement for RNs, LPNs, and CNAs in Florida. Overview of incidence, etiology, stages, and FL testing-related requirements.

1 $10.00
Two hands pointing towards viewer, holding red ribbon representing HIV/AIDS prevention HIV/AIDS Training and Education for Healthcare Professionals

course star rating - 3.9 stars 3.9 stars

3-hour continuing education course on HIV/AIDS training for nursing, occupational therapy, and other health professions. This online CEU covers HIV etiology and epidemiology, risk factors for transmission, HIV testing and counseling, clinical manifestations, antiretroviral therapy, patient care management guidelines, and preventive and control measures.

3 $24.00
Two hands pointing away from viewer, surrounding red ribbon representing HIV/AIDS prevention and Washington state outline HIV/AIDS Training for Washington Healthcare Professionals (4 Hours)

course star rating - 3.8 stars 3.8 stars

4 hours of HIV/AIDS training for healthcare workers in Washington State. Course covers transmission and infection control, legal and ethical issues, psychosocial issues, and WA reporting requirements.

4 $40.00
Female healthcare professional in white scrubs holding a red ribbon for HIV/AIDS prevention and Washington state outline HIV/AIDS Training for Washington Healthcare Professionals (7 Hours)

course star rating - 4.0 stars 4.0 stars

This course contains important information specific to Washington State. Covers transmission of HIV, infection control, WA laws concerning confidentiality and testing, clinical manifestations and treatment, psychosocial issues, and legal and ethical issues.

7 $65.00
Gray circle with a pink female and blue male icon inside, both crossing their legs tightly representing urinary incontinence Incontinence: Patient Care and Treatment NEW

course star rating - 4.2 stars 4.2 stars

Types of incontinence; assessment and treatment options for urinary incontinence; and assessment, diagnosis, and interventions for bowel incontinence.

3.5 $28.00
LGBTQ Cultural Competence Training approved for Washington, DC (as per a public health priorities education for nurses) LGBTQ Cultural Competence Training approved for Washington, DC (as per a public health priorities education for nurses)

course star rating - 3.7 stars 3.7 stars

REQUIRED FOR WASHINGTON, DC, this course fulfills the requirement for 2 hours of continuing education pertinent to cultural competency or specialized clinical training that focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ+) patients for licensed health professionals in Washington, DC.

2 $20.00
Torso of older male nurse in blue scrubs holding blue ribbon for prostate cancer awareness in his right hand Prostate Cancer: Current Approaches in Nursing Care and Patient Management

course star rating - 4.1 stars 4.1 stars

Risk factors and prevalence of prostate cancer, steps in the diagnostic process, and treatment options including benefits, risks, and side effects. Also outlines the nurse's role in management and care during treatment and post-treatment.

4 $30.00

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