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Oregon Pain Management CEU Requirement

Oregon License Renewal CE Requirements

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Oregon State-Mandated Courses

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

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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
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REQUIRED FOR OREGON RN/LPN/NP, OT, PT, OTHERS Fulfills OR 6-hour CE requirement. Covers pain assessment and interventions, roles and guidelines for nursing, occupational therapy, and physical therapy, and issues regarding opioid use.

6 $60.00

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Oregon License Renewal Information

Nursing CEU Requirements

Mandatory Pain Management course
Seven hours of pain management-related CE is required for all physicians, physician assistants, acupuncturists, nurses, nurse practitioners, podiatrists, chiropractors, naturopaths, psychologists, and other health professionals.
One hour must be a course to be provided by the Oregon Pain Management Commission (click here to go to the Pain Commission CE course); the remaining six hours may be taken from an approved provider.
Pain Management for Oregon Nurses and Other Healthcare Professionals

Nursing licenses renew bi-annually, at midnight the day before the nurse's birthday in even-numbered years for nurses born in even-numbered years, and odd-numbered years for nurses born in odd-numbered years.

Updated: July 2017, for details, always refer to your board.

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